Manaslu trekking is one of the fantastic trekking destinations in Nepal with a fabulous view of the Himalayas and its genetic geography. A popular highlight of Manaslu trek is Manaslu mountain ranges. Mt. Manaslu hails at an altitude of 8,163 meters and is the eighth highest mountain in the world. It is the highest peak in the Gorkha district located merely 64 km east of Mt. Annapurna ranges. Manaslu ranges are in the “Mansiri” Himal ranges in the west-central part of Nepal. It is first climbed by Japanese mountaineer Toshio Imanishi, as Mt. Manaslu is always popular among Japanese expeditors.
Moreover, trekkers worldwide prefer Manaslu trek, to accomplish the broad view of glorious peaks in the Himalayan sanctuary. The trek trail compiles the ancient salt trading route on the Buri Gandaki river. Similarly, the Manaslu circuit trek offers a good view of ten mountain peaks above 6500-7000 meters. Trekkers encounter Manaslu Conservation Area while trekking in the Manaslu circuit region. Larkhya La (5,106 Meters) is the highest point reached while trekking. Manaslu circuit trek begins from Soti Khola and ends at Dharapani village. Himchuli (7,893m), Ngadi Chuli (7,871m), Shringi (7,187m) Saula (6, 235m), and Langpo (6,668m) are famous mountains of Manaslu Circuit. Several rhododendrons, pine forests, vegetations, and precious floras are popular highlights of the Manaslu region. Gurungs, Bhutias, and the Sherpa community are present in the Manaslu region.
Trekkers consider Manaslu trek as the close siblings of Annapurna circuit trekking. Apart from Arughat, Gorkha, there are two alternate routes for the Manaslu circuit trekking. One is from the Annapurna Circuit trail, and the other is via Bhulbhule crossing Marshyangdi to Khudi. However, Arughat is the premium trek option for Manaslu trekking.