Manaslu trek information site
[Update Mar 25: Pass open and being crossed despite a lot of snow. You must take microspikes or crampons.]
The Manaslu Trek is now a great tea-house trek. Some call it the best all-round trek in Nepal and it’s on the Great Himalaya Trail. Manaslu is certainly a great alternative to the Annapurna Circuit. Camping is not required unless you go off the beaten track. The Google Map below shows tea-house locations. Here’s a page with a summary of everything you need to get trekking. You can share a jeep to Arughat to make the start of your trek smoother.
This website provides the information you need to get on the trek yourself, and will help you join an group on a fixed-date departure.
Have a great trek!
Manaslu trek maps
Share a jeep to Arughat
If you are putting together your own trip, you might be facing a fun-packed local bus ride, with a lot of ‘packed’. Jeeps are pretty costly but the cost can be reduced if you share. Add your name and departure date via this form and we’ll see if you can find someone else to join for a more affordable ride. Plus, could give you an extra afternoon’s trekking. It’s from approx. $25 per seat for 7 seats so a bit more if seats are empty.
More information for Arughat here, and Syaphru Besi / Dhunche Langtang here.
Jeep share list Add your trip to the list
Join an organised trek
If you just want to join a group of others and have the trek organised for you, take a look at these fixed departures below which all run with trusted, experienced guides. Want us to organise a private group trek for you? Just fill out the private group trek enquiry form here.
Ps. this symbol
means the group trip has people booked on it that you can join. Don't want to join others, you can make your own trip with 2 people or more. 12 days too short, ask about a longer trek.