Manaslu – 8,163m/26,781ft

Mt. Manaslu

Manaslu – 8,163m/26,781ft

Mt. Manaslu

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25th Aug to 1st Oct 2023

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  • Summit of Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world with certification 
  • Slow and easy 9 days trek to Manaslu base camp on full board
  • An opportunity to get well acclimatized before climbing
  • Helicopter flight from Sama Gaon to Kahtmandu 
  • Benefits of 24 days logistic arrangement at base camp and rotations to Camp I, II, III & IV
  • Safe climb and descend with the assistance of an experienced climbing crew
  • A Pooja ceremony and technical climbing skill training at base camp


Manaslu (8,163) is the highest peak of the Gorkha massif and eight-highest mountains in the world. Climbing Manaslu requires more time than other 8000m Peaks in Nepal due to the long approach to reach the base camp that makes it more interesting.

The name Manaslu translated from a Sanskrit word "Manasa" which means the soul, is also known as the spirits of the mountains. After the survey in 1952, the first ascent was made by the Japanese expedition team in May 1956.

The mountain's long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions, and it culminates in a peak that towers steeply above its surrounding landscape and is a dominant feature when seen from afar.

We climb from the Northeast route known as a normal climbing route after setting up four camps to approach to the summit. The climb from Camp I to Camp II covers a few stretches of steep climbing and crevasses. After Camp II the slippery snow climbing is required to reach Camp III. A chance of avalanche is a threat on the way to camp IV. Mostly Mount Manaslu is climbed in Autumn Season as the Monsoon season is over; Snow in the mountain starts to deposit. Due to this, fixing the ropes, ladders and setting up cramps is easier. And with the service of Personal Sherpa with Full Expedition Services, you are one step closer on achieving your Manaslu Summit Dream. However, you must be physically and mentally fit despite the harsh weather condition in the mountains. And good team spirit and coordination is a Must for a successful summit.

Manaslu 38 Day Special Program Itinerary Overview


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Full-day hikes in heavy snow (4-6 hours), mountainous terrain, significant elevation gains and losses (hiking up or down as much as 5,000 feet) on many days. Reaching worlds maximum altitude at 29,028ft, requiring extreme fitness. 

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Anjan Rai Thamserku

Anjan Rai

Customer relationship Manager

Mobile: +977-9823338761
Office: +977-1-5909982


Download Our
38 Day Special Program Manaslu Expedition

Download our detailed expedition notes for Mount Manaslu, including our detailed itinerary and kit list.



Full-day hikes in heavy snow (4-6 hours), mountainous terrain, significant elevation gains and losses (hiking up or down as much as 5,000 feet) on many days. Reaching worlds maximum altitude at 29,028ft, requiring extreme fitness. 

Speak With Our Customer Relationship Manager For More Details

Anjan Rai Expedition Manager

Anjan Rai

Customer relationship Manager

Mobile: +977-9823338761
Office: +977-1-5909982


Manaslu Expedition Special Program (38 Days)

$13,999 USD per person (tax inclusive)

Price based per person (maximum 12 members)

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- DAY 1 - Arrive in Kathmandu

You will be met at the airport and taken to the hotel to relax.

- DAY 2 - In Kathmandu

Free day in Kathmandu for equipment preparation, attend government briefing, and arrangement of documentation needed for the expedition.

Welcome dinner will be at a Le Sherpa restaurant

- DAY 3 - Drive to Besisahar, change the vehicle from Besisahar to Dharapani

Today will be a long hour drive. After early breakfast at the hotel, we start our road adventure to Besishar which takes around 6 hours’ drive. Once we reach there, we will change our vehicle to a local jeep – load all the expedition equipment and bags. Then we continue to Dharapani driving on a mountain road which takes another 4 hours off-road drive.

- DAY 4 - Trek to Karche

Breakfast at the lodge. Today our walking adventure starts. We start our trek from Dharapani to Karche passing through beautiful villages – Tilche and Gho. It takes around 6/7 hrs. walk.

- DAY 5 - Trek to Bhimthang

You climb up the valley through the primaeval forest until you reach the scree of the end moraine of the Bimtang Glacier, which you have to traverse beneath a steep slope. On a clear - DAY, you can have a wonderful view over to the North and West Faces of Manaslu. The rest of the way you will follow a vegetated moraine ridge to the small summer pastures of Bimthang (3,700m), a very idyllic place with landscape views.

- DAY 6 - Rest day in Bhimthang

To increase your body adaption in high elevation, we have a rest day at Bhimthang. We take a short hike to Ponkar Lake 4100m.

- DAY 7 - Cross Larkye Pass 5135m, and trek to Dharamshala/Samdo

Today we start early as we have a long day walk. After an hour walk the ascent will get steeper and on the way, you enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding high mountains, Kang Guru (6,981m), Gyachi Khang (7,074m), Nemjung (7,140m) and Panbari (6,905m), before you reach the pass, lushly decorated with prayer flags. The descent on the other side is rather flat and easy – but very long. Over the pasture of Larkya Phedi (4,460m) finally, you reach the small hamlet of Samdo (3,850m) at the foot of the pass.

- DAY 8 - Trek to Sama Gaon

After the exhausting walk yesterday, it is only a short stretch through the broad river valley of Buri Gandaki today, down to the beautiful village of Samagaon (3,530m). All of the time Manaslu (8,163m) has been towering majestically over you.

- DAY 9 - Rest day in Sama Gaon

Today we have a rest day at Sama Gaon. For the active hikers, you have an option of taking a short hike to Pung Gyen Gumba – around 4/5 hrs walk which offers the impressive south face of Manaslu.

- DAY 10 - Hike to Basecamp

With fresh porters from Sama Gaon, you will take on the steep ascent to your home for the next few weeks. Passing a scenic icefall and through thickets of the birch forest, you will reach a long moraine ridge that takes you to basecamp (4,800 – 5,000m) at the foot of the enormous Manaslu Glacier. Upon reaching basecamp; you are welcomed by our camping crew.

- DAY 11-13 - At Manaslu Basecamp

Two days are at leisure to acclimatise your body. Our climbing guide team will do the thorough check of the climbing equipment’s, oxygen bottles, masks and regulators and the safety equipment.

Our basecamp members will do necessary preparations for auspicious Puja ceremony at the basecamp – offering prayers to Mount Manaslu for climbing permission and for the good weather.

- DAY 14-34 - At Base camp Climbing Period

  • Rest - DAY – Puja – climbing training
  • First rotation
    • Climb to camp I (spend overnight)
    • Touch Camp II and descend to Base camp
  • Second rotation
    • Climb to Camp I (spend overnight)
    • Climb to Camp II (spend overnight)
    • Touch Camp III and descend to Base camp
  • Rest - DAY at Base camp
  • Rest and prepare for the summit push
  • Summit Push (27th Sep – 1st Oct)
    • Climb to camp I (overnight) – start at 11 am
    • Climb to Camp II (overnight) – start at 8 am
    • Climb to Camp III (overnight) – start at 10 am
    • Climb to Camp IV – start at 7 am – reach by 3 pm – rest for 10/11 hours – start for summit at 2 am (next - DAY)
    • Climb overnight at reach summit around 6-7 am and descend to Camp II
    • Descend to base camp
    • Packing and clearing the Base camp after summit

Note - Be advised that the mentioned activities during the climbing period are a tentative plan. The actual planning of the summit is made at the base camp by your climbing guide. The activities may change because of the unstable weather conditions in the Himalayas and also your level of fitness. We advise you to book a Flexi flight and allow extra - DAYs in case if you need for the summit push.

- DAY 35 - Trek from Base camp to Sama Gaon

Descend down to Sama Gaon

- DAY 36 - Heli flight to Kathmandu

We will enjoy our last views mountains while flying back to the Kathmandu from Sama Gaon. Our representative will be waiting for you at the domestic airport to take you back to the hotel where you can enjoy your chilled beer and warm shower.

- DAY 37 - Free day in Kathmandu for official documentation and collect certificate

Free day in Kathmandu for official documentation, closing briefing by the government and collecting certificate if successfully reached in summit. Farewell dinner and celebration at Piano Piano restaurant at Nomad Hotel. 

- DAY 38 - Final Departure

Depending on your flight time you will be transferred to the airport. The airport check-in is 3 hours before the departure time and the hotel checkout time is noon. In case your flight is late evening please let us know if you require half day use of the hotel.




Vêtements de corps

  1. Down Suit - Combinaison Absolute Zero Over recommandée de Mountain Hardwear, ou Ulvetanna Suit de Berghaus, ou The Himalayan Suit de The North Face, ou Expedition Suit de Rab.
  2. Doudoune et une paire de salopettes en duvet - Recommandé Absolute Zero Parka et Absolute Zero Pants par Mountain Hardwear, ou par Rab. - peu encombrant
  3. Veste imperméable et surpantalon qui passe par-dessus votre chaussure alpine
  4. Balaclava - Recommandé The North Face A3543 Unisex Wool Balaclava ou similaire couvrant le nez et le visage
  5. Chemise et pantalon thermiques à manches longues - Anti-transpiration recommandé
  6. Veste et pantalon en polaire - Recommandé Patagonia, ou The North Face, ou Mountain Hardwear

Porter à la main

  1. Sous-gants - fins et chauds
  2. Mitaines en duvet - Recommandées The North Face, ou Marmot Expedition mitt, ou Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Mittand.
  3. Gants de montagne - Recommandés imperméables et coupe-vent
  4. Gant Gore-Tex Primaloft - Recommandé par North Face ou Mountain Hardwear.
  5. Chaussettes d'alpinisme Smartwool (2 paires - neuves)
  6. Chaussettes de course / randonnée ultra-douces (2 paires - neuves)
  7. Chaussure d'alpinisme Recommandée La Sportiva Olympus Mons Evo ou Millet Everest GTX
  8. Chaussure alpine - Recommandée La Sportiva Men's Nepal EVO GTX Boot ou similaire

Matériel d'escalade

  1. Casque d'escalade - Recommandé Black Diamond
  2. Masque de ski avec protection UV et système anti-buée
  3. Lampe frontale - Recommandée Black Diamond & Petzl
  4. Piles de rechange - Piles Energizer Ultimate Lithium recommandées
  5. Harnais Ensemble
    1. Harnais léger - Recommandé DMM Super Couloir, ou harnais Black Diamond Couloir, ou harnais d'escalade Mammut Ophira 3 Side
    2. Bloqueur (Jummer) - Recommandé Petzl ou Black Diamond
    3. Dispositif de rappel - Recommandé Black Diamond ATC Guide Bley Device, ou Petzl GRIGRI 2 Grey Belay, ou Descent Device D14BG
    4. Mousquetons à vis (2 X grandes, 2 X petites tailles) - Petzl ou Black Diamond recommandés
    5. Mousquetons Bent Gate (2 tailles moyennes) - Recommandés Petzl ou Black Diamond
    6. Corde 6 mm - Recommandée 2 mètres testée UIAA
    7. Corde 6 mm - Recommandée 5 mètres testée UIAA
    8. 1 X sangle de bande - Recommandé 120 cm testé UIAA
  6. Corde dynamique 8,9 mm (corde à simple) - Recommandée 2 m testée UIAA
  7. Piolet alpin classique - Recommandé (70-90 cm) Petzl, ou Grivel Air Tech, ou Black Diamond
  8. Crampons adaptés aux chaussures d'alpinisme - Crampons Grivel G-12 New-Matic recommandés

Autre équipement

  1. Sac à dos 55-65 litres - Recommandé POD Black Ice, Crux AK47 (extensible) et Crux AK57
  2. Sac de sport Base Camp – XXL
  3. Sac de couchage 2 X 5 saisons avec sac de compression - Recommandé North Face et Mountain Hardwear
  4. Tapis de couchage en mousse 2 x 5 saisons - Recommandé 72 x 20 pouces (20 x 5 x 5,5 pouces plié) et pèse environ 14 onces
  5. Couteau suisse avec système multi-outils ou maroquinier
  6. Thermos en acier inoxydable de 1 litre - qui fonctionne dans des conditions météorologiques extrêmes



  1. Chapeau de soleil/Casquette normale
  2. Bonnet en polaire ou en laine
  3. Cache-oreilles / cache-oreilles (facultatif)
  4. Lunettes de soleil avec protection UV
  5. Écharpe Buff / masque mince

Vêtements de main

  1. Gants fins en polaire ou en laine
  2. Gants mitaines Gore-Tex

Vêtements de corps

  1. Veste Gore-Tex
  2. Pantalon Gore-Tex
  3. Pantalon de randonnée
  4. Pantalon et veste en polaire ou pull chaud - Recommandé pas épais mais assez chaud pour tenir à l'intérieur du pantalon Gore-Tex
  5. T-shirt anti-transpiration
  6. Pantalon intérieur thermique
  7. Doudoune avec capuche


  1. Bottes de randonnée
  2. Pantoufle d'extérieur évidée
  3. Chaussettes de trekking (4-5 paires)
  4. Guêtre à neige

Autre équipement

  1. Sac de couchage (coté confort - 15 ºC)
  2. Sac à dos 30 litres avec housse
  3. Sac polochon grande taille avec cadenas
  4. Lampe frontale avec piles de rechange
  5. Gourdes 1 Litre
  6. Thermos
  7. Trousse de premiers soins de base comprenant crème antiseptique, pastilles pour la gorge, traitement de la diarrhée (Imodium), altitude (Diamox), analgésiques, pansements et traitement des ampoules, insectifuge et sels de réhydratation (Dioralite). Les comprimés de glucose et les comprimés multivitaminés sont également une bonne idée.

Kit de lavage et articles de toilette

  1. Trousse de toilette étanche
  2. Serviette - taille moyenne
  3. Savon de lavage, serviette, parasite dentaire, brosse à dents, etc.
  4. Sun Lotion Enough +30SPF (y compris bloc total pour les lèvres, le nez, etc.)
  5. Lavage à la main et désinfectant
  6. Papier toilette (vous pouvez en acheter dans les lodges)
  7. Mouchoirs humides

Éléments facultatifs

  1. Bâtons de randonnée
  2. Baskets ou similaires à utiliser dans les lodges
  3. Shorts
  4. Legging couche de base
  5. Guêtres
  6. Doublure de sac de couchage
  7. Taie d'oreiller
  8. Bouchons d'oreille (surtout si ce n'est pas vous qui ronflez)
  9. Caméra
  10. Canif (pensez à ranger les objets pointus dans les bagages de soute)
  11. Kit de réparation - (par exemple, aiguille, fil, ruban adhésif)


Documents requis:
  1. Copie scannée de la page principale du passeport
  2. Photographie numérisée au format passeport
  3. Billet d'avion confirmé
  4. Preuve de vaccination COVID dose 1 et dose 2
  5. Une copie de l'assurance médicale, y compris l'assurance COVID jusqu'à 5000 $ de couverture
  6. Fit pour rejoindre la lettre d'expédition du médecin personnel
  7. Formulaire de bio-données rempli (le formulaire sera envoyé par e-mail avant l'expédition)
Nous vous recommandons de photocopier les pages principales de votre passeport, votre billet d'avion, votre itinéraire, votre police d'assurance et vos cartes de crédit. Gardez un jeu de photocopies avec vous, séparé des originaux. Laissez un jeu de copies à la maison avec votre famille ou vos amis. Cela vaut également la peine de prendre des photos de passeport supplémentaires avec vous. Préparation médicale/assurance voyage et consignes de sécurité Tous les membres de l'expédition sont tenus d'avoir une assurance voyage complète. Cela vous couvre pour les frais médicaux liés à l'hospitalisation, aux voyages d'urgence et au rapatriement dans votre pays d'origine. N'oubliez pas d'apporter une copie de votre police d'assurance avec vous ou de nous envoyer la copie scannée.
  • En plus d'avoir une assurance voyage et d'être en bonne santé, il est conseillé de se préparer avant les vacances. Nous vous recommandons fortement de consulter votre médecin pour discuter des exigences de santé pour votre voyage. Certains vaccins doivent être administrés quelques semaines avant le départ, prévoyez donc suffisamment de temps. Procurez-vous un certificat de vaccination et emportez-le avec vous lors de ce voyage. Un examen dentaire est également fortement recommandé avant le départ.
Personne à contacter en cas d'urgence
  • Dawa Sherpa (responsable de l'expédition) : +977-9801333616
  • Anjan Rai (responsable de l'expédition) : +077-9823338761
  • Heures de bureau uniquement : Bureau de Thamserku : 00977-1-5909982
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