Manaslu Expedition - 8163m

Manaslu Expedition
Trip Facts
  • Trip Duration36 Days
  • Difficulty Level Technical Challenging
  • Maximum Altitude 8163m
  • Activity Mountaineering
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu / Kathmandu
  • Best Season Autumn (September - October)
  • Reach the top of the eighth-highest mountain in the world, Mount Manaslu
  • Enjoy trekking in the restricted Manalsu region via lush forests and picturesque villages
  • Meet with the Nubri community and get to see their daily lifestyle
  • Visit ancient monasteries and explore stupas, chortens, and mani walls along the way
  • Learn climbing techniques from our expert team leader and enjoy an exhilarating climb in the Himalayas
  • Cross the Larkya La pass to end the journey
  • Go beyond your limits and hone your climbing skills
  • Get to witness jaw-dropping mountain panoramas and diverse landscapes throughout the trip

Manaslu expedition takes you to the top of the eighth-highest mountain in the world. It is an exhilarating 36 days program in Nepal that takes you deep in the Himalayan range. Climbing Mount Manaslu is no joke and requires proper preparation and planning. We, Moon Himalaya Adventure, are offering the best Manaslu expedition cost for 2024 departure.

Mt. Manaslu was first climbed in 1956 by a Japanese team. Mt. Manalsu is situated 40 miles east of the famous Annapurna range in the central-western Himalayas of Nepal. It stands at an altitude of 8,163 m (26,781 ft) from sea level. There are six climbing routes to the top of Mt. Manaslu. However, the south face of the mountain is the most challenging.

If you are seeking a taste of the high-altitude glory and want to embrace the sheer thrill of climbing one of the eight-thousanders, then the Manaslu expedition is one of the fantastic options. The expedition takes you across the remote and restricted Manaslu region, where you will explore beautiful villages and rhododendron forests.

Mount Manaslu's unique shape makes it one of the most stunning mountains in the Mansiri-Himal subrange of the Himalayas. Not many mountaineers approach Mount Manaslu, making it quite pristine and unspoiled. From Soti Khola to the top of 8,163 meters, the journey will be quite dramatic.

Who can join the Manaslu expedition?

Manaslu is one of the less technically challenging 8,000-meter mountains. Compared to Everest, K2, and Kanchenjunga, Mt. Manaslu has less treacherous sections, so it is less dangerous. Therefore, it makes climbing Manalsu a fantastic choice for mountaineers looking to gain confidence and experience before attempting more demanding mountains.

Regardless of that, the Manaslu expedition offers an excellent high-altitude adventure in a less-traveled section of the Himalayas in Nepal. Whether you are climbing all 8,000m mountains in the world or taking it as a preparation climb, climbing Mount Manaslu will not disappoint you.

*Note: If you are planning to climb Everest with us and have not climbed any 8,000m yet, you can pick Manaslu as your preparation ground. Trust us, you will feel much more ready to conquer Everest if you climb at least one another 8,000m mountain before it.

Do note that the Manaslu expedition takes a little over a month to complete, and the majority of the time you will spend at the Manaslu Base Camp doing acclimatization rotations. The trip is for the strongest individuals who have climbed 6,000m and 7,000m mountains before.

Climbers have to be knowledgeable about technical climbing and familiar with climbing gear. We do provide pre-climbing training at the base camp, but a firm foundation is needed from those who want to join the Manaslu expedition with us.

Our team provides you with all the support needed to conquer this giant mountain. However, at the end of the day, you are the one who will be putting in the effort, fighting with your mind, and will be exposed to high alpine environments, so your composer, understanding, and resilience matter a lot.

Mount Manaslu climbing itinerary

The Manaslu expedition starts with trekking from Soti Khola. You will trek following the Budhi Gandaki river via remote villages and gorges. The trail goes through dense forests in the first few days of the trip, and gradually, you will ascend above the treeline. Navigate landslide debris and many steep tracks on the way.

You will spend two nights in Sama Gaon and climb to Manaslu Base Camp. Our climbing crew will set up the tents and prepare the meals. You will spend the next few days acclimatizing at the base camp. During this duration, go on acclimatization rotations and get pre-climbing training from your team leader.

From the Manaslu Base Camp, you will follow a treacherous Manaslu glacier and ascend to Camp I. On the way, you will use fixed ropes and leaders to cross deep crevasses and challenging sections. Camp I is located at 5,700 meters, just above the glacier. Then, ascend to Camp II at 6,400 meters.

Camp II is a leveled area. From Camp II to Camp II, you will walk on snow slopes following the footsteps of your guide. The route will be fixed with ropes. Likewise, we will make Camp III at 6,800 meters. From Camp II, we can reach Camp III in about three hours of climbing. Camp III is strategically positioned below the col to shield us from ferocious winds.

Further, we will make one last camp before the summit push, Camp IV. It is located at 7,400 meters. We will climb across the remaining glaciers, encompassing steep sections of snow and ice. The thin air, wind, and cold will test our endurance here. From Camp IV, we will push toward the summit as soon as we get a summit window.

The Manaslu summit day

The summit day will be long and quite remarkable. We will put on our gear and leave Camp IV between 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM when the weather is most stable. Following moderate slopes, we will reach the first summit tables. Before we make it to the final pyramid slope, we have to navigate three distinct levels.

We will cross the pre-summit and gradually climb exposed and technically demanding sections, spanning approximately 70 meters until we reach the main summit. Of course, the route will be secured with fixed ropes. From Camp IV to Manaslu summit, it requires 6 to 9 hours of focused climbing.

Likewise, another 5 hours of descent is needed to return to Camp IV. The next day, we will begin climbing back to the Manaslu Base Camp, where the rest of the crew will be waiting for us with delicious food and warm drinks. On the way, we will pick up all of our waste. From the base camp, we will continue the Manaslu Circuit. Cross the Larkya La pass, which will not be a big deal for us, and descend to the other side, Dharapani, where the walking ends.

Join Moon Himalaya Adventure for Manaslu Expedition 2024/2025

For the 2024 Manaslu expedition, we are welcoming both solo climbers and groups. Our bookings for this season are open, so secure your seat now. We also organize a private Manaslu expedition. Get in touch with us for more information.

Our Manaslu expedition cost is the best in the market. We provide full base camp service and higher camp support with a personal Sherpa guide for every climber. Likewise, we also customize the Manaslu expedition itinerary as per our climber's requests.

Share your dream mountaineering expedition with us, and we will quote you the perfect itinerary and price. This Manaslu expedition 36 days will change you for real. You will enjoy every moment of this remarkable journey in nature.

ItineraryDay to Day Itinerary
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Upon your arrival team from Moon Himalaya Adventure will be at Tribhuvan International Airport to receive you and will transfer to hotel. In the Evening you will have a briefing about your Manaslu expedition with a guide.

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Max Altitude:1310m

On the second and third day after having your breakfast, our guide will brief you about the Manaslu expedition and the gear you need. In case you miss out on any gear you can buy or rent it. If you want then you can visit around the world heritage sites (Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath) but you have to pay entry fees on your own. Leader of expedition team have to visit Department of Tourism (DoT) for briefing.

  • Accommodation:Hotel

The journey begins with a drive from Kathmandu along Highway. Traditional villages, terraced fields, white water rivers, beautiful woods, and enormous mountains like Annapurna, Manaslu, Langtang, and Ganesh Himal awaits you along the way. We will finally reach Labubesi after crossing through Arughat and Soti Khola. The Round Manaslu trek begins from Labubesi. We will stay in Lodge at in Labubesi.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:7/8 hrs drive

Today is the first day of walk of Manaslu expedition. We will get up early have our breakfast and start hiking to Macchi Khola. The trail is beautiful in and of itself, with waterfalls spanning our path. The route contains some steep inclines and declines, so we should proceed with caution. After walking for 5 to 6 hours we will reach Machhi Khola where we will stay for a night.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

We will begin our trek to Jagat after having our breakfast. Our trail takes us along the gorge alongside the river, uphill and downhill, through a wide variety of ecosystems, and through breathtaking mountain range. We will reach to Jagat after 5 to 6 hours of walk and spend a night.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

After breakfast we will continue our trek to Deng. Our trail winds through narrow gorges and over the Budhi Gandaki River. We will walk along the banks of the Budhi Gandaki and then through some bamboo forest till we reach the Deng Khola. Next, we will make our way to Deng by crossing Deng Khola.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:1860m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

We will continue our trek to Namrung after having our breakfast at Deng. To reach Namrung, we will follow a trail that goes through a rhododendron, oak trees, and bamboo forest and includes several steep ascents, suspension bridges, and stone stairs.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:2600m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

After having our breakfast, we will continue our trek to Lho. On our way, we will get wonderful views of Simnang Himal (6251m). The trail to Lho takes us along the Mani stone wall, and offers stunning vistas of nearby surroundings. Lho is a culturally significant settlement with many religious structures, including prayer flags, Mani Walls, Chortens, and other stupas.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3180m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

We make our way to Samagaun after having our breakfast. We'll be walking through the forest to get to the beautiful village of Shyala. After there we continue our trek to reach Samagaun. Samaguan is the nearest village to Manaslu Base Camp.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3530m
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

Today we will explore Samagaun. You can visit monasteries, interact with locals, experience the culture, traditions of the region, and hike to Pungyen gumba or Birendra Lake. Samagaon is a great place to acclimate to the altitude.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3530m

Our adventurous Mt. Manaslu expedition begins as we make our way to Manaslu Base Camp.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tent
  • Max Altitude:4700m
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & dinner
  • Accommodation:Tent
  • Max Altitude:8163m

We will return to Samagaun following back the same path that we used while ascending to Manaslu Base Camp.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:3/4 hrs

The trek begins after having our breakfast at Samagaun. We will start our hike by making our way down the base camp route toward Budhi Gandaki. We'll hike across a number of arid landscapes, taking in the breathtaking sights of snow-capped mountains including Samdo peak, Dharamsala, Manaslu, Siachen Glacier, and many more. Following these breathtaking paths, we'll reach Samdo, our overnight destination.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3875m
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

The trek to Dharamsala involves passing through arid areas and crossing the Budhi Gandaki river. We will descend through grassy hills to reach Syacha Khola Valley. The location offers breathtaking panoramas of the Syacha Glacier and snow-capped mountains. Following this path, we'll reach Larkya Glacier and finally to Dharamsala. From here, you can see the stunning range of snow-covered mountains, including the Naike and Larke summits. Dharamsala is where you will stay for the night.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:4480m
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

Today we will pass through Larkya La Pass (5160m). As it will long day we have to make an early start. With the help of the prayer flags, we can find our way down the trail. We make a cautious descent to four frozen lakes before embarking on the ascent to the Larkya La Pass. From the pass, you will see a breathtaking view of the Mt. Himlung, the massive Annapurna II and nearby snow-capped peaks. We will then descent after Larkya La Pass and after a steep descent, we will reach a grassland where the terrain flattens out and becomes a bit easier and finally we will reach Bhimtang.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:5160m
  • Duration:7/8 hrs

As yesterday's hike was challenging, but today's won't be quite as strenuous so you can take your time to start the trek to Gho. To get to Gho, we will keep following the bank of Budhi Gandaki River.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

Today is the last day of walk of our Manaslu expedition. We will start our trek to Dharapani after having our breakfast at Gho. The trail gets easier to hike as it winds its way downhill. Finally, upon reaching Dharapani we conclude our walk and rest in our lodge.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

Today we take private vehicle and depart from Dharapani as early as possible to reach Kathmandu on time. Beautiful landscapes, hills, rivers, villages can be seen on our way to Kathmandu.

  • Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Duration:7/8 hrs

Representative from Moon Himalaya will drop you to international airport for final departure three years prior to your flight schedule.

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    Cost DetailsWhat's Included
    • Airport pick up and drop on private vehicle.
    • Four-night hotel in Kathmandu.
    • Ground transportation from Kathmandu to Labubesi and Dharapani to Kathmandu in private vehicle. 
    • Three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek and expedition.
    • Meals and accommodation facility in tent at basecamp. (Twin sharing on Camp 1, 2, & 3 and triple sharing on Camp 4)
    • High Altitude food on Camp 3, 4 and summit.
    • Lodge and accommodation during the trekking.
    • EPI Gas and High-Altitude cooking utensils above base camp to Camp 4.
    • High-altitude sleeping mat above base camp to Camp 4.
    • Mt. Manaslu Expedition royalty fee for Nepal Government.
    • Manaslu Conservation Area entry fee.
    • Annapurna Area Conservation Area entry fee.
    • Special permit in restricted area. 
    • Garbage deposit for expedition.
    • Expedition handling fees.
    • Climbing Rope Fixing fee for Expedition operators Association of Nepal
    • Group equipment (Fixed rope, Main rope, Snow bar, Ice screw, Rock Piton)
    • Sleeping Tent, Kitchen Tent, Dinning Tent, shower tents, toilet tent, kitchen utensils and more.
    • Ground transportation from Kathmandu to Labubesi and Dharapani to Kathmandu in private vehicle for climbing guide and staffs.
    • One expert government license holder Mountain guide. (For 1 climber there will be 1 veteran climbing guide)
    • Food, accommodation, salary, climbing insurance and equipment of Climbing guide, cook, kitchen helpers and porters.
    • Food, accommodation, salary, climbing insurance and equipment of Base Camp manager.
    • Carrying wages for Climbing Sherpa above base camp (Camp 1, Camp 2, Camp 3 and Camp 4 and back to Base Camp)
    • Government Liaison officer with food, accommodation, insurance, equipment and salary.
    • 6 Oxygen bottles, Mask and Regulator and extra Mask and Regulator for emergency per clients.
    • 4 Oxygen bottles, Mask and Regulator for climbing Sherpa.
    • Heaters, Generator and /solar Panel at Base Camp.
    • Satellite phone for Emergency use only.
    • Radio sets for members and climbing Sherpa during Everest Expedition.
    • First aid kit.
    • All necessary government taxes.
    • Everest climbing certificate issued by Nepal Government after climbing Mt. Manslu successfully.
    What's Excluded
    • International airfare
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
    • Hotel in Kathmandu that goes beyond scheduled itinerary.
    • Client travel insurance that covers medical treatment, high-altitude evacuation / rescue costs, trip cancellation, interruption, repatriation etc.
    • Nepal entry visa fee (can be obtain upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, requires 2 copies of passport size photos)
    • All kind of drinks (mineral water/coke/fanta and alcoholic beverage) during the expedition.
    • Hot shower, Battery charge, Wifi during the trek
    • Entry fees in Monastries, temples, Museum.
    • Filming and drone permit fees.
    • Your personal expenses, shopping, donation to monasteries and school, wifi, laundry etc
    • Personal climbing equipment.
    • Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa.
    • Tips for basecamp staffs, porter, cook and other support staff.
    • Things that go beyond cost inclusive.
    Useful InformationGood to Know

    Manaslu climbing season

    The best time to climb Mount Manaslu is April to May. This is the peak climbing season for eight-thousanders in the Himalayas. Autumn does not have climbing windows every year. You need stable weather and a moderate climate with no risk of major avalanches to climb Manaslu. Even though it is hard to predict 100% accurate weather in the Himalayas, April to May offers the best climbing conditions.

    Manaslu climbing difficulty

    You will trek through different climatic zones and rugged, steep until you reach the Manaslu Base Camp. From here, you will enter the climbing duration. The climbing route has many technical sections, including snow slopes, crevasses, ice walls, glaciers, etc. Overall, the Manaslu expedition is very strenuous and only recommended to experienced climbers.

    Climbing this mountain is physically very taxing. You will not only face demanding terrain but also a harsh Himalayan environment and high altitude. Likewise, you will be in a freezing zone. Participants have to be physically and mentally strong to face all the challenges.

    If you are not aware of the Himalayan peak climbing, then you are not ready to join the Manaslu expedition. Every day, there will be 6 to 7 hours of trekking. Then, once you are at the base camp and begin climbing, you will cover 500-700 meters a day. It is much more difficult. Similarly, you have to spend days away from modern comforts.

    Altitude Sickness during Manaslu expedition

    Altitude sickness is one of the major concerns during the Manaslu expedition. It is also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and can be quite fatal if it escalates. So, we take ample acclimatization breaks during the Manaslu expedition, which allows us to avoid altitude sickness and climb the mountain successfully and safely.

    Once you begin climbing to the higher camps of Mt. Manaslu, the air gets thin, and the oxygen level dresses. This is what makes you prone to altitude sickness. So, acclimatization is crucial. We have a rest day in Sama Gaon. Likewise, we will spend many days at the Manaslu Base Camp acclimatizing.

    Once we are well acclimated to the elevation, we will gradually begin climbing towards the summit. If you feel any discomfort and see symptoms like headache, breathing issues, insomnia, loss of appetite, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, etc, inform your team leader.

    Below are some of the ways you can avoid altitude sickness during Mt. Manaslu expedition:

    First of all, do note that not every climber suffers from altitude sickness. And your fitness and expertise do not guarantee any altitude sickness. If you are not well-acclimated, there is a high chance of altitude sickness.

    • Go on acclimatization hikes on your rest days. Hike to higher points and return to base camp to spend the night. This will help you adjust to the altitude and environment.
    • Keep yourself hydrated and avoid anything like alcohol or smoking that may dehydrate you. Dehydration leads to altitude sickness.
    • You have to be healthy and fit while in the mountains. Your sleep schedule should be good. Likewise, you have to consume lots of healthy food.
    • Take your time to get used to the surroundings. Do not rush in trekking or climbing. Maintain your pace. It increases your chance of completing the journey.

    Travel Insurance during Manaslu expedition

    You cannot join the Manaslu expedition without travel insurance that covers emergency helicopter evacuation. It is an essential document that you have to give us before the journey begins. Not only travel insurance covers evacuation from the Himalayan range, so double check it while purchasing one for you.

    As you may already understand the underlying risks of the Manaslu expedition, comprehensive travel insurance coverage will give you financial protection in an adverse event. It is a safety net for you and also provides peace of mind. You can enjoy the expedition to the fullest.

    Carry the travel insurance document with you and make some copies. Our team will contact them if we have to evacuate you. You can include many other things in your travel insurance coverage, like medical bills, loss/theft of personal belongings, trip cancellation, international flight cancellation, etc.

    Accommodation & Food during Manaslu expedition

    We have a fantastic provision of accommodation and food during the Manaslu expedition. While trekking, you will spend nights in tea houses. It will provide you with a close glimpse into the lives of the locals and let you enjoy the mountain lifestyle. The accommodation will be simple and clean. Twin shared rooms are common with shared washrooms.

    Likewise, you will get delicious meals in the tea house. We provide three meals a day during trekking, and trekkers can buy additional food and drinks on their own. From typical Nepali dishes like dal bhat, thukpa, momo, noodles, soups, etc, to Tibetan dishes like thenduk and Tibetan bread are mostly found on the menu.

    You will also get items like sandwiches, stew, porridge, fried rice, pasta, mashed potatoes, pancakes, etc. Similarly, boiled drinking water is available in every tea house at a minimal cost. It is safe to drink. You can also use water purification tablets if you are not comfortable.

    Likewise, during climbing, tents will be your main accommodation and all meals will be cooked by our kitchen crew. We provide high-quality sleeping tents to the climbers with shared dining and washroom tents. Our tents are made for changing and harsh alpine surroundings. The support team will help set the tents at the base camp and high camps.

    In addition to that, we have also carefully curated the meal plan for the climbing period. All the dishes are hand-picked, keeping the taste, nutrients, and allergic chart of the climbers in mind. You will get freshly brewed coffee, a variety of teas, soups, fruits, snacks, and heavy meals. You can also pack your favorite snacks for the trip.

    Equipments InformationThings to Know
    • Head & Hand: Hand Warmer, Neck Gaiter/High Neck, Lightweight Synthetic Liner Glove, Wind Stopper, Fleece Gloves, Summit Gloves, Heavy Gloves (Mitten), Sun Cap, Wool/Fleece Hat, Balaclava
    • Clothing: Underwear, Lightweight Long Tops/Underpants, Short-Sleeved Shirts/T-shirts, Midweight Long Tops/Underpants, Heavyweight Long Tops/Underpants, Trekking Pants, Windproof Jacket, Synthetic or Fleece Jacket, Down Insulated Jacket/Pants, Gore-Tex Jacket/Pants, Trekking & Climbing Socks, Summit Socks
    • Technical Devices/Climbing Gears (UIAA/CE Tested): Ice Axe Semi-technical, Harness, Carabiners (Both Lock & Unlock), Ascenders/Jumar, Belay Device (ATC Guide/Figure of 8), Climbing Helmet, Headlamp with Spare Batteries (Petzl/BD), Summit Down Suits (Kailas/Marmot/The North Face), 2 Sleeping Bag: -30 +C to -40 +C, Thermarest Inflatable Mattress, Thermarest Cell Foam Mattress, Assistant Rope, Tape Sling, Ice Screw Summit Boot/One Sports Alpine Boot/G2SM, Crampons, Sun/Glacier Glasses UV Protection, Snow Goggle UV Protection, Extendable Trekking Poles (BD Alpine Flz)
    • First Aid Kit: Baby Wipes or Wet Towels, Water Purification Tablets, Handy Plaster, Crack Bandage, Diamox, Eye Drops, Dexamethasone Tablets, Zip-Lock Bags, Antibiotic, Paracetamol, Aspirin, Sinex, Lodine, Strepsils, Anti-Diarrhea Capsule/Eldoper, Brufen/Ibuprofens, Tincture
    • Toiletries: Wet Tissues, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Bath Soap, Shampoo, Hand Sanitizers & Hand wash, Moisturizers, Laundry Soap, Garbage Bag, Lips Guard (-20/-50 SPF), Sunscreen (-50 SPF)
    • Miscellaneous: Sandals, Lightweight Hiking/Trekking Boots, Camp Booties, Rucksacks (45 - 55 Ltr.), 2 Duffel Bag, Swiss Knife, Water Bottles, Thermos/Flask, Pack Towel, Umbrella/RainCoat, Spare batteries, Pee Bottle, Solar chargeable power bank (optional), Waterproof Stuff Sacks, Satellite Phone (if possible), Journal/Pen, Book/Board Game, Bars & Snacks
    • Travel Documents: Family/Company Contact Number & Address, Credit Card, Insurance Paper (Medical & Rescue) & Contact Address, Valid Passport, Valid Visa, 4 PP Size Photo, Nepali Cash
    FAQsManaslu Expedition - 8163m FAQs
    • The best time to climb Mt. Manaslu is during autumn (September to November) seasons. During, these months the weather is stable with clear skies, and moderate temperatures. 

    • The height of Mt. Manaslu is 8163 m above sea level.

    • The average duration of the Manaslu Expedition can take around 4-5 weeks, including the trek to the base camp, acclimatization, and the ascent to the summit.

    • Yes, you will require permit to climb Mt. Manaslu. 

    • It is mandatory to hire the climbing guide as it is a highly technical climb that requires advanced mountaineering skills and experience. 

    • Climbers need specialized mountaineering equipment, including climbing boots, crampons, ice axes, harnesses, ropes, and helmets. For detailed climbing equipment click here.

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