Manaslu Circuit Trek

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18 Days / 17 Nights

Duration

Nepal

Country

Moderate

Grade

5160m/16924 ft

Max altitude

Private

Vehicle

Hotel/Lodge

Accommodation

Feb-June, Sep-Dec

Best season

- Max 14

Group Size

Overview

Manaslu Circuit Trek takes you along one of the least explored trekking regions in Nepal to circumnavigate around the fascinating trails around the massive Mt. Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world that stands centrally isolated in the Himalayas. An ideal choice for those seeking a longer trek in serene, secluded areas, this easy trek in Nepal is a complete trekking adventure with all highlights of typical trekking holiday in the Himalayas. Besides catering to the exceptional views of the diverse landscapes throughout the journey, it also offers an opportunity to traverse along low elevated trails with abundant floral and faunal biodiversity as well as broad cultural variations. On this enchanting trekking package in Nepal, one can visit the unique and untouched Manaslu region that surpasses natural beauty. Apart from it, one can be engrossed with the fascinating sights of the local remote cultures of the area. 

Manaslu Circuit Trek possibly possesses one of the best trekking routes in Nepal as the region is ethnically affluent with unique rituals, traditions, indigenous Buddhist communities of Gurungs and Tamangs and their Tibetan lifestyle. These days Manaslu Circuit Trek is gaining popularity for trekking enthusiasts because of the over crookedness in the adjacent Annapurna region. Additionally, construction of new motor-able tarmac roads in the area has led many trekkers to seek more isolation and wilderness trails. This magnificent trek around the Manaslu offers spectacular views of giant Himalayan peaks such as the Mt. Manaslu, Himal Himlung, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru, Ganesh Himal, Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II and many others. The incredible trek begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Soti Khola. The highest point in this trek is the Larkya La Pass at 5,160 meters, which is one of the most dramatic passes in the Himalayas. A series of undulating paths wind through the Budi Gandaki and Dudh Khola almost throughout the journey and eventually leads to Manaslu Base Camp. Another fascinating attraction of this adventurous journey is the Pungyen Gompa, which is one of the best places to get a view of Mt. Manaslu and its surroundings. The monastery includes a small prayer hall and some monk dormitories built into the mountains.

Ensuring adequate time for proper acclimatization, the Manaslu Circuit Trek involves walking on mountainous and rocky trails, which is within the capabilities of people with good cardiovascular fitness. The only requirement needed for a trekker is to have average physical fitness, sound health and positive attitude with a high mental endurance. The best seasons to gear up for this great trek are between September and May where the clear skies offer best views. The months of June to August are the monsoon and tend to be quite tricky on the rocky terrain due to the heavy rain and swollen rivers. However, October and November are the peak times with clearer skies and bright sunny days offering magnificent views of mountain peaks and valleys, and the not-so-cold temperatures at high altitudes. Join AID Adventure and explore the less trodden path to the Manaslu region with tiny picturesque villages and unbelievable views of snow-clad mountains. Hang out with the local inhabitants and learn the exciting culture and heritage of Tibetan Buddhism and religions and similar traditions and their way of life.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,264 ft)
Day 02: Kathmandu: Sightseeing and Trek Preparation
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Sotikhola (710m/2328 ft) 8 - 9 hours
Day 04: Soti Khola - Maccha Khola (900m/2952 ft): 6 - 7 hours
Day 06: Jagat - Deng (1,804m/5917 ft): 6 - 7 hrs
Day 07: Deng - Namrung (2630m/8626ft): 6 - 7 hrs
Day 08: Namrung – Samagaon (3530m/11,578 ft): 6-7 hours
Day 09: Acclimatization Day: 6 – 7 hours exploration
Day 10: Samagaon - Samdo (3860m/12,660 ft): 4 - 5 hours
Day 11: Acclimatization Day in Samdo
Day 12: Samdo - Dharamsala/Larkya B. C. (4460m/14, 628 ft): 4 - 5 hours
Day 13: Dharamsala - Larkya la (5160m/16, 924 ft) - Bimthang (3720m/12, 201 ft): 8 - 9 hours
Day 14: Bimthang - Tilije (2300m/7544ft): 5 - 6 hours
Day 15: Tilije - Tal (1700m/5576 ft): 5 - 6 hours
Day 16: Tal - Syange (1080m/3542 ft): 6 - 7 hours
Day 17: Syange - Kathmandu: 8-9 hours
Day 18: Final departure

Cost Includes

    • Airport Pick up/drop in a private vehicle
    • 3 Night accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing with Breakfast
    • 14 Night accommodation at Tea-house/ Local Lodge during the trek en-route
    • All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trekking time
    • All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
    • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
    • Entrance fees for sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
    • An experienced, English-speaking, and government-licensed holder trek Guide for trekking duration
    • Porter service for trekking (2 trekkers :1 porter)
    • Trekking Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, food, and accommodation
    • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
    • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
    • AID Team personal Take care
    • All government and local taxes

Cost Excludes

    • Nepalese visa fee
    • Excess baggage charge(s)
    • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
    • Any meals (Except trekking time)
    • International flights
    • Travel and rescue insurance
    • Personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottled or boiled water, shower, etc.)

Detail Itenerary


On arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will complete all necessary immigration formalities followed by baggage collection from the designated area in the airport. As you exit, one of the representatives from Aid Journeys, with a placard, will officially welcome you and escort you to your pre-assigned hotel. At the hotel, you may stretch out your legs and relax for few hours from the possible jet lag that you might have experienced after a long flight. Those who are anxious and want to hit the streets right away, may stroll around Thamel and do a bit of shopping or hire gears and equipment for the upcoming trip. Overnight in Kathmandu.
After a good night’s rest, you will be woken up with a morning call, if you desire, followed by a warm bed tea. Once you finish your breakfast, there will be a guided tour to some of the most historicaland spiritual landmarks of the city, all of them being recognized as UNESCO world heritage sites. You will visit the most revered and holy Hindu temple complex of Pashupatinath, the prominent monkey temple, Swayambhunath, one of the largest stupas in the world - a Buddhist shrine at Bouddhanath, and the captivating Basantapur Durbar Square. In the late afternoon, you will visit our office site to make necessary preparations, get your equipment checked, and meet your trip leader, crew members, and other fellow accomplices. You will have a brief discussion about the forthcoming trip and return to your hotel room. Overnight in Kathmandu.
After an early breakfast at your hotel, you will embark on the long, yet scenic drive from Kathmandu via Dhading Besi towards Sotikhola lying in the Gorkha district. Driving through several vibrant villages and terraced fields through the dirt road and green hills, you will enjoy the views of the Nepalese countryside and vivid mountain sceneries. The road from Kathmandu to Dhading Besi is paved and smooth, but from there onwards, the drive is entirely on a rough track. On reaching Arughat, you will drive further towards Sotikhola, which is an important point that leads the Manaslu Circuit and the Tsum valley trek. Overnight in Sotikhola.
After finishing your breakfast, you will start your walk crossing the bridge trekking through beautiful Sal forests, meandering paths through rocky trails and tropical waterfalls clinging to a cliff. Traversing through clean streams, pretty waterfalls and green dales past few terraced paddy fields, you will reach the Gurung settlement of Labu Besi. After a zigzag path behind a rocky projection where the valley opens while the river twists and turns, you will continue by descending to the riverbed. Walking along smooth stones on the river bank for a while, it is a gentle climb over a ridge, from where you will once again drop down to the river to finally reach the Machha Khola Village. Overnight at Machha Khola Village.
After an amusing overnight followed by breakfast in the morning, the trek begins with crossing the Thado Khola after an undulating path leading you to Khorla Besi. Following the same kind of track, you will reach Tatopani, a village with hot springs. From here, you will climb a ridge and cross the Budi Gandaki River over a suspension bridge, then climb up the staircase and pass a landslide to reach Dobhan. Crossing yet another suspension bridge at Dobhan River, the path ascends on a rugged trail to Duman. Rising and falling several times crossing few other rivers and suspension bridges to climb more stone staircases, you will reach Thado Bharyang. Crossing the Budi Gandaki at Lauri again and rising over a ridge and walking along the riverside will lead you to Jagat, a moderately sized farming village with few shops and stores. Overnight in Jagat.
On completion of the ACAP process, you will leave Jagat and begin walking through the rocky landscape over a ridge up to Salleri, and gently descend to Sirdibas. Continuing on a relatively more comfortable path through the broadened trail, you will cross the Ghatta Khola over a suspension bridge. Following the stream upwards and passing through a long hanging bridge, you will lightly climb up to a big Gurung village, Philim. Walking ahead of the Gurung village northwards along the leveled trails crossing the millet fields of Ekle Bhatti, you will encounter another check post. Traversing the steep isolated gorge and walking across the Budi Gandaki after descending the verdant slopes you will reach a juncture; one towards right leading to the Tsum Valley and another towards left leading to Manaslu. You will follow the left route where the valleys begin to widen, and the walk leads through bamboo woodlands to Deng Khola. Crossing the bridge over the river to the east bank and a short trek from here leads you to a tiny village of Deng. Overnight in Deng.
Leaving Deng after breakfast, you will cross the Budi Gandaki to ascend up to Rana and pass the trail up to Bhi. Continuing through canyons and crossing the Serang Khola, it is a steep climb before turning towards the contours to Ghap. You will follow the route through Prok village although there is another course so that you can savor the enchanting views of the Sringi Himal from a viewpoint in Prok village. During the trek, you will cross the Budi Gandaki several times and come across many Buddhist monasteries today. Entering a beautiful forest of fir and rhododendron with different species of birds chirping, your trail follows the river upstream until the main trail starts ascending on well-built stairs. Finally, you will arrive in the clean village of Namrung after crossing the river at an impressive spot following the pleasant walk through the less dense forest and finer trails. Namrung is a historic village with lifestyle and traditions slightly inclined towards Tibetan approach. It is an excellent viewpoint for Sringi Himal, Ganesh Himal and from the village, you can also catch sight of Mt. Himal Chuli in the south. Overnight in Namrung.
Passing through Mani walls, barley and potato fields and houses, you will climb steadily amidst the fir, rhododendron and oak forests to reach Lihi, a neat village with terraced barley fields. Beyond Lihi, the trail slumps down to enter the valley enveloped by Simnang Himal and Ganesh Himal and passing tiny beautiful villages of Sho, Lho, and Syala before reaching Samagaon. You will observe some beautiful paintings in the gate arches that you cross before the village of Sho including peculiar houses and dressing codes. From Lho village, which is your lunch stop, you can enjoy the spectacular views of Mt. Manaslu from the Mani walls at the far end of the village. You will shortly explore the Ribung Monastery on the hill to the west, which is worth the walk up. In Syala village, you will be surrounded by exceptional views of the high mountains like Mt. Manaslu, Himal Chuli, Ngadi Chuli (Peak 29) and Ganesh Himal. This part of the trek caters breathtaking views of mountain peaks as well as offers great cultural spectrum offering you a chance to understand Buddhist culture. The journey today ends in Samagaon after one of the most beautiful trails to previous days’ trek that takes you into the mountains with time to enjoy and acclimatize. Overnight in Samagaon.
exploration Today is your first acclimatization day at Samagaon. After over a week of trekking, it is never a bad idea to get acquainted with the higher elevations. It is also the time when you may get well acquainted with the rich Sherpa cultures with glimpses of thousands of Mani stones with Buddhist texts and pictures. You will also witness plenty of Sherpa women clad in traditional attire and glittering ornaents. As a part of your acclimatization process, you may opt for a hike up to an old monastery on a tiny hillock near Samagaon, the Pungyen Gompa, named after Manaslu. Another option for today’s acclimatization could be hiking up all the way through Manaslu Base Camp passing via Birendra Lake. Overnight in Samagaon.
After acclimatization day in Samagaon, today is a shorter trekking day starting with a gentle descent to Budi Gandaki River walking through yak pastures up a broad valley. As you move ahead towards Samdo, which is almost at the same elevation as Samagaon, you will lose views of Mt. Manaslu gradually. The trail on the left beyond the stream stretches to Manaslu Base Camp, but we will tread on the Larkya La trail through Mani walls, and the valley begins to widen. Passing the juniper and birch forests, you will arrive Kermo Kharka from where you will cross Budi Gandaki across a wooden bridge. It takes some time to reach the white kani above, but immediately behind is Samdo village. Samdo is a very picturesque village dedicated to yak herding. Side valleys and Samdo Peak offers you an exhilarating evening walk with attractive views, but you will need a jacket as cold winds can attack at any moment. Overnight in Samdo.
Today is the second acclimatization day where you will enjoy exploring the elevated regions in the vicinity of Samdo village. Hiking up the valley at the back of Samdo village is highly recommendable as it will take you up all the way through Tibetan border, which is still a trade route for most people from Manaslu area. From here, one can savor excellent views of Mt. Manaslu and other Himalayan peaks such as Simrang, Hiunchuli, Ngadi Chuli, Larkya Peak and other peaks. You will pass several seasonal herding settlements and catch sight of some varieties of mountain birds including the national bird of Nepal, Danphe, and Himalayan griffins. You may also opt for a trip to the Gya La Pass that lies north of Samdo, which used to be the trade route and still exists as one. This option is preferably a more extended hiking option than the former option. Overnight in Samdo.
After another acclimatization day, today you will descend on a broad trail down the edge to cross the much-reduced Budi Gandaki over a wooden bridge, and then begin an uphill walk. Crossing two ravines on narrow tracks and two streamlets, you will witness the Larkya Glacier around the valley of the Salka Khola. Despite what several maps assert, there is no Larkya Bazaar. At one point in time, it is said that traders from Namche Bazaar came here through Tibet for trading their goods. Perhaps some of the scattered stone huts were a part of that trading market, known as Dharmashala, and otherwise called the Larkya Phedi. You may come across other fellow trekkers who might have crossed the Larkya Pass from the other side from Bimthang. Overnight in Dharmashala.
The day begins with a consistent climb over the ridge behind Dharmashala and adjacent to the vast horizontal glacial moraines of the Larkya Glacier. From here you can savor great views of Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. Although the climb is not difficult, it is quite challenging due to its steep rocky terrains especially at the top of the moraine. Following the cairns and the metal snow poles that assist route-finding, you will descend past four frozen lakes before doing a final steep climb up to Larkya La Pass, marked by colorful prayer flags. From the pass, you can witness outstanding views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru and the massive Annapurna II. Descending over the moraine to the west, you will make a long steep downhill walk through loose gravel to a more leveled path covered with grass. The route from here now goes towards left through a beautiful widening valley all the long way to the scenic Bimthang village. The views during the descent are vast – icefalls and mountains on all sides, Pongkar Tal, a medial glacial lake and a couple of glaciers. Overnight in Bimthang.
This morning, you will climb above Bimthang on the lateral moraine to cross the Bimthang glacier. From here, the views of Mt. Manaslu, Lamjung Himal, Himlung Himal, and Cheo Himal are exceptional. Descending rapidly to cross a high pasture, Sangure Kharka along the right bank of the Dudh Khola, it is a pleasant walk through rhododendron forests. You will now follow the path through a narrow valley to continue till the highest cultivated land of the valley at Karche, where we can stop for a tea break. During the next hour, you will observe signs of floods; tree trunks smashed making the track quite rough. Climbing steeply over a ridge, the trail drops down to the river bank, and a short hike from here will lead you to the Gurung village of Gho, the first real village since Samdo. The valley becomes more agricultural as you leave Gho village behind and keep walking past fields, and forests of oak and rhododendron until you arrive at Tilije village. Overnight in Tilije.
Today’s trek begins by climbing up a small ridge and walking along the path paved with stones leading to a beautiful village. You will now exit the village through an arch-shaped gate and crossing a suspension bridge over Dudh Khola, which will lead you to Thonje village past the Mani walls. Leaving this village behind, you will pass a security checkpoint to continue the walk to Dharapani, which lies in the Annapurna circuit section. Climbing down along the Marshyangdi River and crossing an iron bridge at the end of Dharapani village, the trail will lead crossing the river several times before arriving at the Karte village. Additionally, passing some Mani walls, you will reach the Tal village that is situated at the base of a large beautiful waterfall. Overnight in Tal.
It is the final day of your trek today. In the morning, you will start walking down the gentle path and then follow the rocky, undulating trails along the Marshyangdi River till the beautiful Marshyangdi valley opens up with picturesque views of the terraced fields and villages clung at great heights on the hillside. On reaching Chyamje village after crossing a suspension bridge, you will make a brief halt here for lunch. The path then descends until Jagat village through rhododendron and pine forests. Continuing to drop along with some rocky trails and again forested areas, you will arrive at Syange, a small rural developing settlement. Overnight in Syange.

After breakfast in the morning, you will begin the drive from Syange to Kathmandu via Besi Sahar. This scenic road trip offers an opportunity to carefully observe the diversity of terrain and take pleasure in the hilly and mountainous landscapes of Nepal. Your vehicle will drive you along the banks of the Marshyangdi River that adjoins the Prithvi Highway at Dumre, near Bandipur. Enjoying the views of clean, green hills and beautiful terraced fields alongside the Trishuli River, the road radually begins meandering to culminate with an uphill driver to reach the Kathmandu valley. On arrival at Kathmandu, you will be transferred to your hotel where you may take a rest, or wander around Thamel for souvenir shopping to carry back home. If you feel energetic enough after the memorable trip, then you may explore around popular tourist attractions nearby. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Today is the day your holidays in Nepal has come to an end, and you will be flying back home with ample memories of the experiences you’ve had in the Himalayan country. A representative from Aid Journeys will drop you off at the Tribhuvan International Airport well ahead of your scheduled flight for your onward journey. With plenty of time onboard, you may plan your next trip in the Himalayan realms of Nepal. For those willing to stay back and extend your holidays in Nepal, Aid Jounryes will be glad to plan your trip according to your craving.

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Cost Includes

    • Airport Pick up/drop in a private vehicle
    • 3 Night accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing with Breakfast
    • 14 Night accommodation at Tea-house/ Local Lodge during the trek en-route
    • All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trekking time
    • All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
    • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
    • Entrance fees for sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
    • An experienced, English-speaking, and government-licensed holder trek Guide for trekking duration
    • Porter service for trekking (2 trekkers :1 porter)
    • Trekking Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, food, and accommodation
    • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
    • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
    • AID Team personal Take care
    • All government and local taxes

Cost Excludes

    • Nepalese visa fee
    • Excess baggage charge(s)
    • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
    • Any meals (Except trekking time)
    • International flights
    • Travel and rescue insurance
    • Personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottled or boiled water, shower, etc.)

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No, you can go on your own and have to manage self all paper works & physical help along with manpower. As it will be a burden for a traveller who has precise time & plan. Hence, we recommend everyone to use agency for the trekking & holiday plan, so you don’t need to waste time in arrangements, as Company will responsible with accurate time, you can enjoy experiencing the things in the fullest.
It is not that difficult to trek, if you are physically fit or if you are doing regular exercise. If you really into trekking, you can go for it with necessary walking or exercise every day to familiarize your body to adapt trekking experience in Nepal.
Actually, Strenuous trekking are can lead with 6 to 8 hours of walking per day on very high altitudes with tough daily ascends and descends of about 500-1000m. On a moderate trek, you are likely to walk 5-7 hours each day over steep hilly terrain on usually rough trails. And easy trek necessarily involves 4-5 hours of walking a day on generally good weather, well-maintained paths and with easy access to local amenities.
The coldness is dependent on the place, season of your trek & most important is altitudes:-the higher the elevation, the higher the possibility of coldness. Not every trek demands to ascend and descend on high altitude. However, you can always prepare yourself to trek despite the coldness as you can wear warm thick clothes above your skin. Once you reach a higher altitude or above 3000 meters, you are likely to get altitude sickness. Therefore most itinerary of the trip contains acclimatization days which provide proper rest days to ascend higher elevation. You are suggested not to climb more than 500-600 meters in a day. Due to the lack of oxygen, your body might dehydrate, and it is, therefore, better to drink enough water every day while trekking.
If you trek on your own, for sure you need to carry yourself, but if you book your trek from a travel company, then you will be accompanied with a porter who will carry your stuff.
You will be accommodated in comfy and cozy lodges, teahouses and guest houses or home-stays. Sometime you might be staying in tents but it is likely to happen only in the remotest areas where there are no hotels and inns. You can also opt for lavish hotels under availability. You will be served with authentic Nepalese food as well as Tibetan, Indian and the more common continental cuisines. Most of hotels and lodges will provide you with a menu that includes local food-items like momo, Dal-Bhat, noodles, and others.
Nepal being the second richest country in the world there is water available everywhere, but being careful of which is drinkable is most important. Make sure you drink locally purified drinking water or else drink it after boiling in the local lodge, or hotel in trekking routes.
Communication while trekking in significant trekking routes is possible as most of the trekking routes have local VHF Phones and mobile coverage. Most popular trekking routes of Nepal like Everest Base Camp has 3G connectivity throughout the entire Everest Base Camp due to cell phones masts installed at Gorakshep. So yes, there is communication possible while trekking.
Most trekking and climbing trips are inclusive of overall charges and are not liable to surcharges. All tours cover accommodation, foods, and necessary expenses. However, it will not include your personal costs. There might be an instance when you would love to buy stuff for yourself or a loved one. So we recommend you to bring money for yourself.
It depends on the trekking routes. In General, a trekking porter will carry a load of 15kg to 20kg.
You should at least be at a good level of physical fitness, which implies being able to walk at least 3-4 hours a day. You must have general hiking experience, and prior to that, you must not have any chronic issues with your health. Novice travelers can be fit for a trek in Nepal, but he or she must be used to daily exercise to adapt to trekking in Nepal.
For trekking above 4000m, you might require necessary things like Trekking pants, Trekking Hat, Trekking shoes, Trekking shirt, Trekking pole, Sun glasses, water bottle , flashlight, warm socks, sun lotion, sleeping bag(heavy), waterproof jacket, thermal wears, poncho, glove, gaiters, insulated pants, down jacket, head torch, sun hat, day backpack.
This is a vital question if you are trekking in Nepal. If you suffer from altitude sickness, you will be taken to the lower altitude immediately, assisted with first aid treatment. If it goes severe, you will be evacuated to Kathmandu or Pokhara on a rescue helicopter.
You are well aware that prevention is better than cure. So it is best when you take necessary precaution regarding health. You must avoid alcohol or tobacco while trekking. Altitude sickness is imminent while trekking above 3000m, so try to acclimatize. Drinking enough water is highly recommended. Remember to use boiled or locally purified drinking water.
A Tea House Trek is a trek in which you will be staying overnight in Tea Houses which offers you a place to sleep and home-cooked meals. It is the combination of Guest House, restaurant, and social hang out. A Tea House will provide you with the facility of 24 hours running water facility, hot water bathing, and communal areas. Not to mention, Tea Houses have a clean and friendly environment.
Guides of AID Journeys & Adventure have many years of guiding experience in the Himalayas. Most of them have more than a decade of experience in trekking and climbing in Nepal. All our guides are friendly enough to share an in-depth knowledge of the local beauty and experiences. They speak English fluently and are obliged to make sure you enjoy the fullest of trekking in Nepal.

18 Days / 17 Nights

Duration

Nepal

Country

Moderate

Grade

5160m/16924 ft

Max altitude

Private

Vehicle

Hotel/Lodge

Accommodation

Feb-June, Sep-Dec

Best season

- Max 14

Group Size