Nepal Fair Trekking
"The Real Adventure together in Himalaya"

Round Manaslu Trek

Highlights: “in the virgin rain-alpine forest, on the off-beaten trail, constant views of the majestic snow peaks, high pass of Larkay-la, traditional villages and Buddhist culture, warm friendly locals with exceptional views of the great surrounding landscapes and high mountain range, an inspiring journey amidst the snow-capped peaks and alpine forest.”

Trip Profile:

Mode of Trekking:               Camping.

Trek Grade:                          moderate to adventurous

Maximum altitude gain:      5,213 m at Larkya-La.

Introduction:

The adventure begins from the famed ancient Gorkha Kingdom in the mid-west of Nepal. The trek follows upstream of the Buri-Gandaki river from the sub-tropical forest to the dry Tibetan zone, offering outstanding views of Mt.Manaslu 8,156m, the eighth highest peak in the world along with the panorama of the surrounding magnificent peaks that straddle the border with Tibet.

The trek continues over the highest point of our journey at Larky la.

From the top of the pass, it is almost down-hill through the serene alpine forests and meadows till we come to the main trail of the Annapurna circuit, after being on the main track for a few days our journey continues towards Pokhara via another secret route seldom used by trekkers offering stunning views of the Manaslu and Annapurna range including the magnificent majestic Mt.Machhapuchare (Fish Tail) with the traditional mid hills villages.

Gorkha, a hill bazaar and the ancestral home of the Shah dynasty which ruled Nepal to this day. It is from here that King Prithvi Narayan Shah started his conquest of the country’s various tiny kingdoms and unified them into a single nation, Nepal. Perched one thousand feet above Gorkha Bazaar, the palace dominates the surroundings and is visible from all around the area. The palace also boasts beautiful architecture. Although only Hindus are allowed to enter the palace premises, it is worthwhile walking up the stairs for the view.

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