Manaslu Tsum valley Larke Pass TrekManaslu Tsum valley Larke Pass Trek

Manaslu Tsum valley Larke Pass Trek

    • Trek through some of the most stunning landscapes in the world, including the Manaslu and Annapurna ranges.
    • Experience the traditional lifestyles of the locals as you trek through the remote villages of Tsum Valley and Nurbri Valley.
    • Trek to the basecamp of Manaslu and witness some of the most breathtaking mountain peaks in the world.
    • Cross the challenging but rewarding Larke Pass, located at an altitude of 5,160m, and enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
    • Enjoy a safe and inclusive environment for everyone, including the LGBTIQ community, to experience the beauty of the Himalayas.

    Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek with Manaslu Basecamp is a truly remarkable trek that takes you through some of the most stunning landscapes in the world. This trek is perfect for adventurers looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience in the heart of the Himalayas. As a leading trekking operator in Nepal, we are proud to offer this exceptional trekking experience to our clients.

    Manaslu trekking, Manaslu Tsum Valley trekking, and Nurbri Valley trekking are some of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal, and our Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek combines these three routes to offer a unique trekking experience. This trek takes you through the remote villages of Tsum Valley and Nurbri Valley, where you can experience the traditional lifestyles of the locals.

    The Manaslu Basecamp trek is another highlight of this trekking itinerary. The Manaslu region is a protected area and is home to some of the most stunning mountain peaks in the world. The trek to the basecamp of Manaslu is a challenging and rewarding experience that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

    The Larke Pass trekking is another highlight of this trek. The pass is located at an altitude of 5,160m and offers spectacular views of the Manaslu and Annapurna ranges. This trek is challenging but rewarding, and it is a must-do for any serious trekker.

    This trek is also popular among the LGBTIQ community. As a gay-friendly trekking operator, we welcome everyone to experience the beauty of the Himalayas. Our LGBTIQ treks to Tsum Valley and Manaslu offer a safe and inclusive environment for everyone to enjoy.

    Overall, the Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek with Manaslu Basecamp is a perfect choice for adventurers looking for a challenging and rewarding trekking experience. Our experienced and professional team of guides and porters will ensure that you have a safe and memorable trekking experience. Book with us today and experience the beauty of the Himalayas like never before!


    At the Tribhuwan International Airport, our Airport Representative will greet you. A private tourist car will transport you to the LGBTIQ Friendly hotel in Kathmandu. You can either rest or visit us at Pink Mountain Travle's office to know more about the Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek Itinerary.

    At your accommodation, you will be introduced to your Gay Trekking guide after breakfast. He will go through everything you will need for the hike, including your Manaslu and Tsum Valley Restricted Area Trekking Permit. Your passport, three passport-sized pictures, and a copy of your travel insurance policy are required. You may spend your leisure time relaxing or doing some last-minute shopping. On request, a tour of world heritage sites in Kathmandu such as Swayambhu, Boudha, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and others may be organized.

    Your Manaslu and Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek's journey will begin with a public bus or Private Jeep ride from Kathmandu to Machha Khola via Arughat and Soti Khola after an early breakfast. You will get a peek of Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang Himal's breathtaking vistas, terraces, and green slopes. You will be at Machha Khola, after passing through Gurung and Magar villages, farmland, and flowing waterfalls.

    By crossing a stunning suspension bridge, you will reach the Sal Forest. You will ascend a difficult hill over the Budhi Gandaki River after passing through the jungle. Before reaching Labubesi village, you may see lovely rice fields along these routes. Finally, you will reach Machha Khola village, where you will rest and get prepared for the next day.

    The Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass With Manaslu Basecamp Trekking route from Machha Khola to Jagat includes various ups and downs, making it quite difficult. You will go from Machha Khola to Khorlabesi through the Tharo Khola. Another small yet picturesque Gurung village is Khorlabesi. You will arrive at Tatopani, a hot-springs location where you will spend some time relaxing in the natural sauna, after another short hard climb. Then, after crossing the Budhi Gandaki River through the suspension bridge and ascending the stairwell, you will arrive at Doban.

    The Yaru River is crossed after passing through Yaruphant. In Yaru Bagar, you'll cross the Cantilever bridge, which was built with Swiss technology in 2016 following an earthquake. Then, to reach Jagat village, you will cross the Budhi Gandaki River on the west side, climb over the mountain, and stroll down the river. You will register your permits at a police checkpoint in Jagat, which is the access point to the Manaslu Conservation Area.

    Jagat of Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek is a large Gurung community located on a flat plain. After passing through this agro-based village, you will ascend a rocky ridge to Salleri, where you will be rewarded with spectacular views of Mount Sringi. After descending to Sirdibas, a traditional Buddhist settlement, you will traverse Nepal's longest suspension bridge and rise to Lokpa, which is located in the north part of Philim.

    After roughly an hour of climbing, you will arrive at Ekle Bhatti via woodland regions. As your Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek route ascends through the pine trees, you will come to a magnificent canyon and a crossroads. Take the right-hand path to Tsum Valley, where you will spend the night on Lokpa. From Lokpa village, you will have spectacular views of Himalchuli and Boudha Himal.

    The trail of Manaslu Tsum Valley and Nubri Valley Trek runs through a tropical rhododendron and pine forest, which is entirely silent. Several ups and downs await you until you reach a small suspension bridge. This bridge leads to Ripchet and Chumling, where the Manaslu with Tsum Valley Trekking trail is rerouted. You will stroll across the bridge and down the route, passing past a tiny stone wall. At the Chumling village's top end, there is a monastery where you can see Ganesh Himal. Panago Gumba, Mani Dhungyur, and Gurwa Gumba are three of Chumling's monasteries. The view of the little valley is enhanced by the presence of a large Chorten in the field's center.

    After Breakfast, We start our day with a crossing of a suspension bridge to the opposite bank from Chumling. Down to Domje, the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek route follows the Syar River. To go to Chhokang Paro, you will have to continue ascending upwards from Domje. After passing through Rainjam and over another bridge, you will come to Gho Village, which has a local teashop. The picturesque traditional town of Chhokang Paro is reached after another 2-hour hike to Tsum.

    From Chhokang Paro, you can see Himalchuli and Ganesh Himal in the distance on a clear day. After passing through Chhokang Paro, you will reach Lamagaon and then Rachen Gompa, which will be your today’s destination.

    After breakfast, amazing scenic walks with Pink Mountain's Licensed Gay Trekking Guide to Manaslu, from Rachen Gompa to the Nile begin. Lunch will be served at the Nile, after which you will leave your bulky luggage at the tea house and go on a day tour to the Mu Gompa. Your Manaslu with Tsum and Nubri Valley Trekking route will climb wonderful paths to Mu Gompa, the region's largest monastery and Tsum Valley's highest point. Mu Gompa, a flat bowl-like valley encircled by mountains, will astonish you with its own universe.

    There is no tea house or lodging amenities in Mu Gompa. Those who wish to stay in Mu Gompa must do so in the Monastery, which does not have a lot of room. So, after visiting Mu Gompa, you will return to the Nile.

    Your Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trekking Trail will take you to Chhule and then to Phurbe, where you can stay in a Sherpa home. To reach Rachen Gompa, a nunnery, the journey continues along the Siyar River's banks, passing through flat meadows and power lines. If the weather is clear, Rachen Gompa provides an excellent view of Kipu Himal. You will pass via Chhokang Paro, Domje, Kowo, and Tanju on your way to Chumling through this route. Chumling will be your destination for today’s night stay.

    After crossing the suspension bridge, you will face a long downward hike from Chumling to Lokpa village. The Tsum Valley Manaslu Trek begins on a rocky hill with a glimpse of Sringi Himal in the distance. You will be walking along the Shair Khola's bank. The trail offers breathtaking views of the Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and other snow-capped peaks in the area. You will proceed past Ghatta Khola and on to farms where maize, millet, potatoes, and vegetables are grown. You will cross bamboo trees to reach the Deng River after passing through an empty canyon and trekking on the paths along the Budhi Gandaki River's bank.

    On this day, you will begin your Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking With Your Gay Trekking Guide to Manaslu, from Deng to Namrung. Climb from Deng to Rana Village and continue on to Bhiphedi. The trek offers spectacular views of Sringi Himal and multiple crossings of the Budi Gandaki River. Before reaching Ghap, the trail meanders in and out of valley canyons, passing the Serang Khola. As you leave Ghap, the valley steepens as you ascend past bamboo and rhododendron groves.

    After traversing a few wild rivers, you will arrive at Namrung Village, which serves as the gateway to Upper Nuri. Tibetans live in Upper Nuri. They communicate in a separate dialect.

    Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass with Manaslu Basecamp Trekking trail rises steeply uphill from Namrung to Lihi, with spectacular vistas of Himal Chuli and Ganesh Himal. The route descends from Lihi, first to the Simnang side valley, then to the Hinang River. Ngadi Chuli is visible from a chorten along the river. You will go on to Sho after that. The path now ascends to Shrip. On your way to Shrip, you will come across a gigantic prayer wheel. The ridge where Lho village is located is reached after a difficult hike.

    Manaslu North and Naike Himal are visible for the first time from the settlement. Ribung monastery, just above Lho hamlet, is a local monastery. A spot near Lho village called Kani is also a great spot to see the sunset or sunrise. In the evening, you may trek to Kani to see the sunset. You may even see the sunrise above Manaslu Himal if you wake up early enough.

    Shyala village is on the way from Lho to Samagaon. Your Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass With Manaslu Basecamp Trekking Route will pass through gompas, Tibetan communities, and alpine splendor as well as slopes with breathtaking views of Mount Manaslu. Apart from that, you will be able to observe the cultural landscapes of the region. Hike up to the gompa and continue your exploration of Ribung Gompa. Visitors will be mesmerized by the spectacular views of the towering glacier mountains.

    Birendra Lake, Pungyen Gompa, as well as exploring the nearby glacial moraine, are available. Visit the Pungyen monastery, which is located beneath Manaslu's east face, if you just want to relax and explore Samagaon. Higher up in the town, the cave Gompa and hot springs are found.

    The trek to Manaslu Base Camp to Samagaon is a breathtaking adventure through the Himalayan mountains of Nepal. Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world, and the trek takes you through remote villages and stunning landscapes, allowing you to experience the rich culture and natural beauty of the region.

    One of the highlights of the trek is the village of Samagaon, situated at an elevation of 3,530 meters. The village is inhabited by the Tibetan Buddhist community, and you will have the opportunity to visit ancient monasteries and interact with the friendly locals. You can also take a rest day in Samagaon to acclimatize to the high altitude and explore the beautiful surroundings.

    From Samagaon, the trek continues towards Manaslu Base Camp, situated at an altitude of 4,700 meters. The trail passes through rugged terrain and high mountain passes, offering stunning views of the Manaslu range and other peaks in the region. At the base camp, you will be surrounded by towering peaks and glaciers, making for an unforgettable experience.

    The track declines till it reaches the Samdo main trail. You will be taking a stroll around the lovely Yak pastures. Juniper and birch forests may be seen in the area. After climbing a ridge, you will drop into the Budi Gandaki River again. You will continue Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke PassTrekking towards Samdo after passing the wooden bridge over the river. A lovely community with a peaceful way of life, stunning scenery, and rich culture.

    Samdo is also noted for its traditional yak herding and portrays Tibetan culture. The picturesque Samdo Peak is visible from Samdo village. You may go on an afternoon acclimatization walk up the valley for 3 to 4 hours if you wish to hike to the Larkya La path.

    Today's views of the Larkya Glacier and the majestic Manaslu Mountain are spectacular. At Larkya La Phedi, you will relax and prepare to cross Larkya La Pass the next day. The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek continues across hills and over wooden bridges across the Budi Gandaki. The Larkya glacier will be reached after crossing two streams, followed by a stunning valley. Then you will traverse the Salka Khola Valley, climb back up, and arrive at Dharmasala, also known as Larkya La Phedi, a stone guest house that isn't a lodge but rather a type of resting place. The hike is brief, so you will have plenty of time to get used to the altitude.

    To begin trekking over the longest and most difficult stretch, you must leave Dharmasala extremely early in the morning. The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek With Larke Pass begins with a gradual ascent across the moraine. It gradually descends to the lake, then becomes rough and vague as it passes over steep grassy hills. After descending to the four frozen lakes, you will tackle the final difficult ascent to the pass. The Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kanguru, Minjung, and the massive Annapurna II can all be seen from the pass.

    The route follows the top of the moraine to the west, crossing it with a series of steep, rugged switchbacks, before descending more gently on loose gravel to another grassy moraine. The route now becomes more straightforward and leads to a little meadow. As the trails descend to a big meadow, passing by a mani wall and a little rest hut that marks Bhimtang, the valley widens.

    To reach Hompuk, the Manaslu Tsum Trekking trail descends from Bhimtang to the Dudh Khola watersheds, over a wooden bridge, and then passes a pine and rhododendron forest. Phungi, Manaslu, Manaslu North Peak, Cheo Himal, and Himlung Himal will all be visible from the summit. A 30-minute descent through the forest is required to reach Sangure Kharka meadow. After that, you must cross a landslide before ascending steeply to a prayer flag-draped ridge.

    The route finally descends to the riverside at Gho. Following the Dudh Khola, you will travel through Tilije and Thonje Villages, which are both lovely villages with lots of vegetation and natural beauty. Then you will travel to Dharapani for the night.

    The route to Kathmandu passes via Besi Sahar, Lamjung's district seat, and mostly follows the banks of the Marsyangdi and Trishuli rivers. From Dharapani to Besi Sahar, you will take a shared jeep, and then take a public bus or Private Car from Besi Sahar to Kathmandu. Dinner is provided in the evening to celebrate the successful completion of the Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass With Manaslu basecamp Trek excursion. You will spend the night in Kathmandu and have a farewell dinner from Pink Mountain.

    A private tourist car will transport you from your Hotel to the airport, three hours before your planned flight schedule. You may also prolong your stay by purchasing a different package from Pink Mountain Travels and Excursions Pvt Ltd

    The Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass with Manaslu Basecamp Trek with Gay Trekking guide to Manaslu or Lesbian Trekking guide to Manaslu is a 20-day teahouse trip that takes trekkers close to the world's eighth-highest peak, Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), through the mysterious valley of Tsum. Basecamp of the Mt. Manaslu, the world's 8th tallest mountain, is a sight to behold.

    Tsum Valley, which is also a pilgrimage destination, adds to the allure with its traditional Buddhist cum Tibetan culture and way of life, which has been undisturbed by modernity. On this excursion, you will discover Tibetan Buddhism's ancient traditions while enjoying their distinct daily rituals and way of life in these remote and largely unspoiled parts of Nepal. The Manaslu Tsum Valley trekking is a mystical paradise of Buddhist temples and nunneries, spinning devotional wheels, and the deep-throated sound of long Tibetan horns thundering across the distances, making it one of Nepal's best assets of diverse identity. It's a region of patchwork meadows, terraced fields, and the majestic Ganesh Himal lending their own breathtaking touch to the much-vaunted beauty, bathed in the light of its gentle population and their everlasting conviction in the sanctity of all life.

    From Kathmandu, you will travel to Machha Khola, where the Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trekking Itinerary begins. You will go through Budhi Gandaki and into the settlement of Lapubesi, passing through terraced fields and little villages. The journey to Tatopani passes through forests and smaller communities, culminating in a hot spring spa where you may unwind in the evening. On the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking route to Philim, views of Sringi Himal accompany you. After passing through Chumling, you will arrive at Chhokang Paro in the Upper Tsum Valley, where you will be greeted by spectacular views of Ganesh Himal, Boudha Himal, and Himal Chuli. You will proceed via Piren Phu (pigeon cave), a sacred site with Buddhist paintings, inscriptions, and carved stones, on your way to Nile/Chhule, where you will halt for exploring.

    The Mu Gompa, located at 3700 meters, will be your next stop before moving on to the Rachen Gompa, a nunnery. The Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trek journey to Gumba Lungdang takes you through pine and rhododendron woods and through the Siyar Khola. You will relax and travel to Ganesh Himal Base Camp from here. You must start early because the journey to Lokpa, your next stop, lacks adequate housing and services. You will cross Gurung and Thakali villages on the way from Lokpa to Ghap and finally to Lho. You will take a break at Samagaon and tour to Manaslu Basecamp. From here, you progressively gain elevation to Samdo, Dharmasala, and finally, Bhimtang, where you cross the Larkya La pass at 5160 Meters. Then you will trek ahead to Dharapani from where you will take Public Bus to Kathmandu, which finally concludes your Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek Itinerary successfully.

    Pink Mountain Travels provides a professionally crafted 20-Day Manaslu Tsum Valley Larke Pass Trekking Itinerary, which covers your arrival and departure days in Nepal. We are eager to offer our local expertise and tales, and we are willing to go above and beyond to ensure that our customers have an unforgettable and personalized journey across Nepal's magnificent area. If you have any queries regarding Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek Cost and Itinerary then feel free to contact us.

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