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Manaslu Circuit Trekking a perfect adventure destinations for interested adventurer and trekkers seeking for a new areas around Nepal Himalaya to be away from main-stream and busy areas of trekking.
As Manaslu Circuit offers travelers with enjoyable and scenic walks exploring local villages of varied religions and customs, from the beginning of Manaslu Circuit Trekking where people, vegetations and temperature changes to an end of the treks, that makes this trek more special and worth-while to enjoy walks within serene environment.
A great scenic trek with taste of local cultures where walk begins after a long drive from Kathmandu towards mid-west around Gorkha district local in the midst of the country where world eight highest Mt. Manaslu located at 8,163 m and 26,781 ft high with its massive range of peaks that extends west towards Annapurna and Ganesh Himal in the east direction.
Manaslu Circuit Trekking continues with great surprise as walk leads from low-warm climate to cooler alpine temperatures and then reaching at arctic zone of ice and glaciers towards high above 5,160 m and 16,929 ft on top Larke-La pass.
Walk leads to follow raging Buri-Gandaki River fed from the glacier of Manaslu range of peaks as our route leads towards upstream of the river past many interesting farm lands and villages to reach at high and scenic Manaslu valley.
With time to get acclimatized with rest days to explore its beautiful surroundings and local interesting culture then head towards highest spot of the adventure to traverse Larke-la pass which leads you down-hill into nice lovely woodland and then on the road-side at Dharapani within Manang district.
After enjoying high times with awesome experience and adventures, and then taking a scenic drive back to Kathmandu to complete Manaslu Circuit trekking.