The most stunning photos of the Manaslu Circuit trek

Stunning photos of Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Circuit Trek is a popular trekking destination in the Himalayan trails of Nepal. This trek takes you along the region of the Manaslu Conservation Area. You ought to travel northeast of the capital city of Nepal to do this trek. The trek is quite a journey that takes you around the Mountain of Manalsu, covering about 177 kilometers.

You will start this trek from Soti Khola and finish it in Dharapani. The journey begins with a smooth drive from Kathmandu to drop you off at Soti Khola. We will trek along the Budhi Ganadki River. The Manaslu Circuit Trek trail will take you through many villages and dense forests and show you beautiful vistas of beautiful mountains. Local villages like Soti Khola, Macha Khola, Jagat, Deng, and Samagaon are a major part of this trek.

Along with getting experience with the remote villages and nature of Nepal, you will also learn a lot about the place’s culture and ethnicity. During your trek, make sure you observe the rural village lifestyle and interact with people. You can take help from our guides as translators and learn as much as you can.

The trek is moderately challenging, and you will need around 12 days to complete it. The altitude of the trek is varied as you will travel through 700 meters to 5106 meters altitude difference. Your highest point of the trek will be at Larkya La Pass and it will be the toughest part of the journey. Most of the routes are amalgamations of uphill and downhill climbs. Despite the diversity in the terrains, they all give an excellent opportunity to take amazing photos. We have captured some such stunning photos on the trail for you to enjoy.

Go through the below photos to view the beauty of Manaslu Circuit Trek: The most stunning photos of the Manaslu Circuit trek.

Stunning photos of Manaslu Circuit Trek

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