Manaslu Expedition

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42 Days
Difficulty : Hard
mountain Max-altitude : 8156 m
Group Size : 5
Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu, Nepal
Dispatches : March - June
Background

The eighth tallest mountain in the world, standing at 8,156m it is considered to be one of the toughest climbs, and adequate training for the challenge of Everest. The climb is much more technical than those of Cho-Oyu and Shisapangma. The long ridges of Manaslu make approaches from all directions feasible, culminating in standing atop a peak which towers above its surrounding landscape. Our climbing guides have extensive experience above 8,00m, and will aid you throughout your adventure, climbers must be in excellent physical condition ad have experience above 6,000m. The first attempt of Manaslu came in 1953, with the first successful assent in 1956, both by Japanese expeditions teams. Just like the British are proud of their Everest expeditions, the Japanese pride themselves on their achievements on Manaslu. All three peaks of Manaslu where first summited by Japanese expedition teams.

We, at Into the Himalaya Treks and Expedition strive hard to organize the best trekking programs, placing the highest priority to all safety aspects. We believe that our planning, logistics and experience partnered with your patience and enthusiasm will help you attain the moments that you cherish for the rest of your life. 

Date & Prices

Departure & Return Location

Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu

Departure Date

March-June, 2018

Price Includes

  • Permit fees for expedition
  • Accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Transportation
  • Airport transfers
  • Scheduled flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and back
  • Meals while trekking and climbing
  • Accommodations during the trekking and climbing period
  • Group equipment required for the climb
  • Qualified and experienced guides
  • Experienced base camp cook, kitchen boys
  • Experienced climbing sherpas
  • Satellite phone service(pay per call)
  • Nepalese crew Insurance
  • Liaison officer

Price Excludes

  • Nepal entry visa fee (can be obtained from Airport upon arrival)
  • Lunch and dinner during the stay in Kathmandu
  • Personal climbing gear
  • Insurance and cancellation of trip
  • Staff bonus and tips
  • Personal expenses such as beverages, laundry, postages, telephone, email etc.
  • Permit for filming
  • Personal satellite phone permit
  • Airport departure tax
  • Custom duty and import license fees for expedition goods arriving in Nepal.
  • Rescue services

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What to Expect

Trip Highlights

  • 8th highest mountain in the world
  • One of the most difficult mountains to climb
  • Climb with our experienced guides and mountaineers
  • One base camp and four additional higher camps supported by highly experienced mountaineers, guides, and crew members
  • Cultural trek of the region

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements
Manaslu is one of the highest and most difficult mountains to climb in the world. Descending the summit is more important than the ascent. The oxygen level over 7,000m is only 40% of what it is at the sea level. The weather is unpredictable. The climbers must have years of prior experience on rock and ice climbing especially above 7,000m. Ascending or descending on fixed ropes along a steep technical terrain is very important.

Best Time to Travel to Manaslu Expedition
The spring season of March to May and the autumn season of September to November is considered the best time for Manaslu expedition. The months of April and May and then again October and November are the classic climbing period. The summer months of monsoon rains and the winter months from December to February are considered to be the most unfavorable.

Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m, 4429ft). Transfer to your hotel

Day 2Free day in Kathmandu; O/N hotel

Day 3Drive to Arughat (570m); O/N camp

Day 4Trek to Khorsane (820m), O/N camp

Day 5Trek to Machha Khola (900m); O/N camp

Day 6Trek to Jagat (1,410m); O/N camp

Day 7Trek to Deng (1,800m); O/N camp

Day 8Trek to Namrung (2,660m); O/N camp

Day 9Trek to Samagoan (3,530m); O/N camp

Day 10Rest day at Samagoan (3,530m)

Day 11Trek to Base Camp (4,800m)

Day 12 – 36 Climbing Duration

Day 37Trek to Samagoan (3,530m), O/N camp

Day 38Trek to Larkya La (Pass: 5,100m); O/N camp

Day 39Trek to Bhimdakhti; O/N camp

Day 40Drive to Kathmandu by bus, O/N hotel

Day 41Free day in Kathmandu, O/N hotel

Day 42Depart Kathmandu

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My husband and I embarked on the Everest Base Camp trek with Jangbu during November 2013. It was undoubtedly the most incredible trip of our lives – with Jangbu. So if you are looking for someone with A-class experience and the incredible personal touch, you need not look any further!

Yolandi Maree
Norway/2013

So cool mate. It’s great to see you guys living it up, That’s what it’s all about. We only come this way but once.

Joe Sour
New Zealand/2014
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