Manaslu circuit trek is the world’s eighth highest mountain, Manaslu passing the diverse wildlife, lush farms, friendly village, and holy place. A less trodden trekking route leads to an amazing view of the mountains through trading route between Nepal and Tibet. Manaslu circuit trek via Larke pass is where you will have an impressive yet causing excitement 15 days of your life.
The trek begins as you travel to Arughat from Kathmandu. The ride might get challenging as the roads are under construction. A short drive to Sati Khola will take the first point to prepare for the trek. From Sati Khola to Machhi Khola, the river beside you will lead your path to Jagat the first official checkpoint on the trek. As you reach to Sama gau to acclimatize, you would have crossed Deng, Namrung, Lho in 3 days. Here you can roam around the village and interact with local people and be blessed in the Buddhist shrines. As you walk towards Samdo the next day, you will pass by Birendra Lake and you rest for the day in the last settlement of Gorkha and get acclimatize the next day as the altitude will start increasing rapidly. Dharmashala also was known as Larke Phedi is at the height of 4480m where there is only one teahouse with sleeping tents outside. Preparing for the most difficult walk to Larke Pass, you need to sleep early. Early morning you move to take on the most challenging journey to Larke pass.
The snowy trail makes it challenging yet splendid. The beauty of the mountain makes all the pain and sweat worth it, to be able to a spectator. From the height of 5,160m everywhere you look you see magical mountains. As heavenly as to spend your time in the past, it is crucial to moving down to Bimthang before the storm gets strong. As you move downhill through the dense forests, you will enter the Manang district. Dharapani is the next attraction, a green and rich forest way down. It is then optional to trek to Syangde or takes a drive from Tal to Kathmandu. The trek that you just made you will make an imprint in your memories and stories to tell your friends and family as long as you live.