• Updated on Feb 5, 2023

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Manaslu Circuit Trek is definitely an extra wounder of the Himalayas. It is a forbidden region for bag packers, without special permits trekkers cannot conduct their trip into Manaslu.

This makes Manaslu trek a less-known trekking trail of the Himalayas, an isolated and the last forbidden area close to the capital of Kathmandu city.

Manaslu region is adjacent to the Annapurna region of Nepal, this can be completed in a 10-day itinerary or can be extended into a two-week itinerary, depending upon the trekkers’ preference and physical fitness level.

However, the majestic view, Tibetan culture, and the remoteness of the Himalayas are enchanting vistas of this trail. Due to its strict provision, fewer trekkers dare to hike in the Manaslu area.

Here are some collected trekkers’ photos to show a glimpse of the Manaslu circuit trek:

Heading towards the Upper valley of Manaslu region.
Crossing the suspension Bridge near Laphu Beshi on the first day of the trek to Manaslu Circuit trek.
trekkers observing the beautiful prayer flags hung on the bridges.
Trekkers enjoying the beautiful trek of Manaslu and posing with Beautiful Smile. 
Walking through beautiful Gorge and along the Budhigandaki river before reaching the Jagat.
Our comfortable stay at the lodge in Bumthang after the Larkey Pass.
Carry some tasty sweets if you want to have some good pictures with local kids as they ask often during the Manaslu circuit trek.
The clear view of Sonam Samdo Himal on our hike to Dharamsala before the Larkey Pass.
Stunning view of the Birendra Lake, Glaciers (right), and surrounding mountains on our day hike to Manaslu Base camp trek.
A breathtaking view of Ganesh Himal above Birendra Lake.

 

Heading towards Larkey Phedi after the Samdo village.
Trekkers enjoying the view of the mountains during their stopover before Dharamsala.
A lovely view of Nikey Peak and Larkey Peak(right) on the way to Larkey Pass.
Drinking plenty and stopover time to time is key for the success of Himalayan trekking. 
Traversing through the snow near the Larkey Pass.
A happy picture with clients at Manaslu Base camp.
An early start from Dharamsala for the Larkey pass.

 

Our Leader Mr. Gopal is at Larkey La Pass (5106m )
Larkey La Pass
Photography time at Larkey La Pass - Highest point of the entire Manaslu Circuit Trek 

 

Kumar Lamsal

Kumar Lamsal

Kumar is one of the Co-founders and Managing directors of Discover Altitude holding 18 years of experience in the tourism sector of Nepal. He has trekked to almost all the popular regions of Nepal and is an authorized trekking and tour guide.

Started his career as a porter to support his study, now holds MPhil and LLB degree, and is doing his Ph.D. in religious studies. He loves traveling to the Himalayas and has deep knowledge about religion, culture, and history.

Kumar is also involved in the teaching sector as a part-timer to deliver his research related to the cultural and religious diversity of Nepal and is the one who mostly answers your queries giving them his personal touch through his decade-long experience.