Join a 35-day expedition to one of the eight highest mountains in the world: Mount Manaslu at 8,156 meters with Jyamchangan, IFMGA mountain guide.
Mount Manaslu is located 8,156m above sea level in the Nepalese Himalayas, surrounded by a breathtaking scenery. This is an amazing opportunity to train for climbing the Everest. Join me for this incredible expedition!
As one of the eight highest mountains in the world, “Manaslu” means “mountain of the spirit“. The first ascent of this peak was in 1952 by a Japanese expedition, hence considering it the “Japanese mountain”.
The Nepalese Himalayas are perfect to appreciate the flora and fauna in their natural habitat, which are protected by the Manaslu Conservation Area. This region is home to several endangered animals such as snow leopards, red pandas and birds. During this 35-day program, if we are lucky, we’ll be able to see some of its 33 species of mammals.
As for the ascent to the summit of Mount Manaslu, we’ll be climbing with a enthusiastic and motivated sherpa team, formed by strong local people that we’ll help us along the way.
This expedition is highly recommended for climbers that have already made successful attempts at 6,000 and 7,000-meter peaks, and those that have experience in mixed exposed terrain. A good physical level is also mandatory.
If you have a fierce determination and a burning desire to climb this mountain, this is the trip for you. Send your request! I’d love to be your guide in this incredible adventure.
Expedition members will need to arrange their own entry visa into Nepal. Personal travel insurance is also required.
Transfer to the hotel
We will be arranging for porters as well.
via Larke pass
I come from the East part of Nepal, between Makalu (8,470m) and Kangchenjunga (8,586m). I am IFMGA/UIAGM fully certified since 2009. I have 20+ experience of climbing in the Himalaya. I’ve climbed Mt Everest (7 times), Mt Cho Oyu in Tibet (2 times), Mt Ama Dablam (8 times), Baruntse (2 times), Island peak (15 times), Lobuche (10 times), Pokhalde (10 times), Mera peak (10 times), Mehera peak (5 times), Chulu far east (3 times), Mt Shishapangma until camp 3, Manaslu until 7200m, and Chulu West, Lhakpa ri and other another few more times.
I also have extensive experience of climbing in Europe: France, Italy, UK and Norway (where I work for three months during the summer as a glacier guide).
I'm also a technical mountain rescue coordinator for the 8000's.
It will be my pleasure to guide you through your journey whether for trekking, peak climbing or any mountaineering expedition. Get in touch and let's discuss about the purpose of your trip.
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Group of 1
|USD 18042 each|
Group of 2
|USD 17011 each|
Group of 3
|USD 14949 each|
Group of 4
|USD 14949 each|
Group of 5
|USD 14949 each|
Group of 6
|USD 14949 each|
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• Guiding fee
• Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back
• Permit and entrance fees
• Group porters (transport of tents, cooking equipment, etc. for the group)
• Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)
• Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
• Services not include: - Personal equipment for climbing & trekking - Personal & medical insurance for duration of the expedition - Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu - Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter if needed - Personal walkie-talkie permit and/or personal sat phone permit is extra if required - Other charges at lodges/tea houses such as showers, internet access or battery re-charging - Oxygen & mask and regulator - Personal expenses - Visa & visa extension fees
After a year and a half of planning, a new attempt was made on Ama Dablam. This time a third person joined the climbing party. Acclimatisation on Lobuche gave us a foretaste of what the numerous pitches on Ama Dablam\'s steep terminal slopes would feel like. Good weather conditions and a swift Alpine style climb to C1, C2 and finally the summit concluded this project. Thank you so much Jyamchang for guiding us up there! The timing of the climb (before Autumn\'s commercial expeditions), choice of porters and additional logistics were once again very professional.
Siham et Noémie
Excellent guide, à la fois attentionné et motivant. Il a su s\'adapter à notre rythme tout en nous stimulant suffisamment pour qu\'on atteigne nos objectifs quotidiens. Il nous faisait un briefing journalier avec le programme du lendemain et ses difficultés éventuelles et une vérification de notre adaptation à l\'altitude (pouls, saturation en oxygène). Dès le premier jour, il a tout pris en charge tant du point de vue de l\'organisation des transports que des hôtels sans faux pas.
As some famous mountaineer once said about his Sherpa climbing partner, Jyamchang belongs to a new generation of Nepali guides who really love to climb. For them, mountaineering isn’t just about business. And that’s the reason why we got along very well whilst attempting the ascent of Ama Dablam in April 2017. We were lucky enough to be able to meet beforehand in Chamonix for a thorough check-up of the equipment and a briefing on the various logistics. I found him to be that kind of straight-to-the-point, smiling and organized person I was hoping to have as a guide and partner for an ambitious climb above 6000 meters, which I had only performed once before (on Island Peak). We met at the airport in Kathmandu and joined a good friend of mine and his trekking guide, who accompanied us during the acclimatization trip across the 3 passes and on to EBC. This gave us plenty of time to get our bodies accustomed to altitude. Jyamchang and I performed a daily health check-up to monitor the effects of altitude, a routine which I found to be very professional. We had agreed during our first Skype discussions that we were going to climb alpine style. That is minimum logistics, no fixed ropes etc. The idea of climbing a difficult mountain such as Ama Dablam without these facilitating artefacts strongly appealed to me, and I appreciated that Jyamchang pushed for this approach of the climb. This was not just pulling the client to the top of the mountain and then collecting the summit bonus. Unfortunately, due to poor weather conditions the day before summit day, we were unable to reach the summit. However, I found that Jyamchang’s attitude during the difficult descent with rapidly degrading weather conditions, and another party that we had to help descend, was again showing a professional and competent approach to the mountain environment. All in all, we had a great time in the beautiful surroundings of the Khumbu valley and may be climbing together again in a future expedition. I can strongly recommend Jyamchang for trekking and climbing elsewhere in the world (Jyamchang also guides in Norway). Martin, 32 - Belgium