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Larke-la Pass

A great new, fresh area for exciting scenic adventure where you can find is on Manaslu Circuit Trekking, located North Mid-West Himalaya within Gorkha district of central Nepal, where walks leads from warm sub-tropical farm areas of to cooler alpine hills to arctic zone of ice and glaciers at Larke Phedi within Manaslu valley.
Manaslu Circuit Trekking leads you to enjoy fabulous mountain views of Manaslu-Ganesh Himal as far to Annapurna Himalaya range in the harmony of local culture of Manaslu villages enriched with old Buddhist religion similar heritage traditional life in the backdrop of high Mt. Manaslu.
Manaslu listed as world 8th highest mountains which rise at 8,163 m and 26,781 ft first ascent to the summit of Mt. Manaslu by Japanese Expeditions in May 9th 1956, since then the areas was closed for outside visitors been opened last three decades to witness its great treasures of beautiful landscapes and mountain views with interesting cultures.
Manaslu Circuit starts with overland journey to reach low warm areas of Gorkha at Arughat town and farm villages, where walk starts following raging Buri-Gandaki River right to its glacial source around high scenic Manaslu valley.
Walking through nice lovely villages and serene woodland to reach a large village at Sama-Gaon where rest days included in most of the itinerary to support acclimatization before heading to cross high Larke-la pass at above 5,160 m/16,929 ft high that separates Gorkha and Manang districts.
On crossing over Larke-la with long descend back into tree lines to reach at road-head at nice Dharapani village within Manang area where popular and famous Annapurna circuit trail joins.
From Dharapani where drive takes you back to Kathmandu following the trail towards warmer areas of Lamjung district and then on good road to reach Kathmandu after a memorable adventure on Manaslu Circuit Trekking.

 

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