Manaslu High Passes Trekking

Manaslu High Passes trekManaslu high Passes trekking is one of the most beautiful and adventure trekking of Manaslu Trek. Manaslu high passes Trek is widely varied geographical terrains ranging from its lowest point of 228m to 8,163m of world’s eight highest mountain Mt. Manaslu. This trek is divided into 2 major regions upper Manaslu that combined Upper Manaslu and Tsum valley and Lower Manaslu containing of Dharche dada, the panoramic view of mountains and Rupina la pass one of the challenging and adventurous pass of Nepal. Manaslu Trek provides numerous views of snowcapped mountains, close interaction with the different ethnic groups and their different cultures and traditions who lives in hill villages scattered along the trekking routes. Manaslu High Passes Trek offers a rare combination of historical, archaeological, religious and cultural of different ethnic communities.

Dharche dada 3,190m is the highest point of lower Manaslu region. It is Mountain View point. It is religious point in the locally that peoples of the local worship it as god/goddess. It is the boarder of 7 village committee of Gorkha district. Dharche dada is also one of the getaways of Manaslu circuit trekking trail. You will 360 degree of mountain views from where you can see Ganesh Himal ranges, Boudha Himal, Sringi Himal, Himalchuli, Lamjung Himal, Annapurna ranges and many more mountains. In spring season, the dense Rhododendron flower blossom makes more interesting to do the trekking from Dharche dada 

Rupina - La 4,520m trek is a challenging, adventurous and difficult trekking route lying in the lower Manaslu region of the Gorkha district. Rupina la is geographically spectacular and unbeaten trail of the Lower Manaslu region. It is not so high pass but it is physical demanding and adventure pass of Nepal. The trekking route covers many villages mainly inhabited by Gurungs and gives us a chance to be a part of amazing culture and tradition. Rupina la trek wild trekking route with no resident till Nyak is very rich in green rhododendron and pine forest, exceptionally altering geographical terrain and offers us with excellent view of Himalayan scenery, rivers and waterfalls, beautiful landscapes, lush valleys and wide range of animals and birds.

Gyala Pass is located in the northern part of the boarder of Nepal and autonomous Tibet China at an elevation of 5,375m. Gyala Pass trekking trail is one of the most preferred trekking packages in Manaslu Region. Joining the Manaslu Trek with the popular Gyala Pass Trek, we will have an opportunity to walk through the lands that exist close to Nepal and Tibet border. The trekking trails take to the north from Samdo. This trekking trail is ancient salt trade routes between Nepal and Tibet. Trekking to Gyala pass is bleak and barren, but has that certain mystical charm that so inexplicably endears visitors to Tibetan Landscapes. Chhenge Lake is on the east side of the valley further up and continuing north is to the Gyala pass and the glaciers that drape these northernmost mountains. This trek is becoming interesting because the area is less tourists. Camping at Gyala Phedi is more interesting as you sleep in the deep valley surrounding by the mountains.  

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Name of Trek:

Manaslu High Passes Trek 


Manaslu Region

Trekking Grade:

Moderate to Strenous 


Tour and Trekking

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Spring and Autumn


Camping Trek


Land Transportation 

Trek duration:

 29 Days (25 Days for Trek)

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Walking hour per day:

5 to 7 hours

Group Size:

2 to 15 peoples

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel and welcome dinner

Day 02: Full day Kathmandu Guided Tour

Day 03: By Bus: Kathmandu – Gorkha (1060m). Trek to Kalikasthan (1520m)

Day 04: Kalikasthan – Gairichap (1420m, 6h)

Day 05: Gairichap – Thala (2215m, 6h)

Day 06: Thala – Dharchey Dada (3245m) – Shambe (2930m, 6h)

Day 07: Shambe – Laprak (2200m, 4hrs)

Day 08: Laprak – Pomkin (2800m, 5h)

Day 09: Pomkin – Roshe Kharka (3100m, 5h)

Day 10: Roshe Kharka – Rupinala Phedi (4000m, 6h)

Day 11: Rupinala Phedi - Rupila pass (4610m) – Pass Phedi or Camp site (4020m, 6h)

Day 12: Pass Phedi – Jarang (3420m, 6h)

Day 13: Jarang – Nyak (2340m, 5h).

Day 14: Nyak – Deng (1860 m).

Day 15: Deng – Ghap (2380 m).

Day 16: Ghap – Lho Gaon (3020 m).

Day 17: Lho Gaon – Samagaon(3390 m).

Day 18: Hike to Manaslu Base Camp and Birendra Lake. Overnight in Samagaon

Day 19: Samagaon – Samdo (3690 m).

Day 20: Samdo – Yak Kharka

Day 21: Yak Kharka – Gyala Phedi

Day 22: Excursion to Gyala Pass.  Trek back to Yak Kharka

Day 23: Yak Kharka – Dharmshala (LARKYA LA PHEDI) (4335 m).

Day 24: Dharmshala – Larkya Pass (5100 m). Trek to Bhimtang (3600m).

Day 25: Bhimtang - Dharapani (1963 m).

Day 26: Dharapani - Jagat(1300 m).

Day 27: By Jeep: Jagat - Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel in Kathmandu 

Day 28: Free day in Kathmandu

Day 29: Departure

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Cost Includes:

  • Airport pick up and drop on private vehicles
  • Welcome dinner at typical and authentic Nepalese kitchen
  • 4 nights Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu at twin sharing room on BB plan
  • One day full sightseeing in Kathmandu valley as per the above mentioned itinerary with English Speaking city tour
  • Entrance and monument fees in Kathmandu
  • Transportation: Kathmandu to Gyampesal and Besisahar to Kathmandu
  • Completely camping trekking with full board i.e. breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Twin sharing tented accommodation and camping equipments and Kitchen equipments
  • Mattress, Toilet tent, shower, Dinning tent, dining tables, chairs etc.
  • Manaslu Conservation Area project (MCAP) & Annapurna Conservation Area project (ACAP) entrance fees
  • Special permit of Manaslu
  • First aid and medical kits
  • All government taxes and official charges.
  • English Speaking Trekking Guide, Assistant Guide, Cook, assistant cook and Porters
  • Accidental and medical Insurance of Nepalese staffs

Cost Excludes: 

  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Rescue/ emergence and insurance cost 
  • Beverage and hard drinks and alcohol
  • Nepal entry visa fee and airport tax during the departure.
  • Personal equipments and personal expenses.
  • In case of natural calamities i.e. political unrest, cancellation of flight due to weather, landslides etc the extra charge should be born by themselves.

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