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Manaslu Summit Expedition, 8163 m (26 781 ft)

Join certified mountain guide and snow leopard, Anastasiya, on a unique 40-day Manaslu summit ascent. Discover Nepal on a demanding and rewarding mountaineering feat in the Himalayas!






40 Days


Sep, Oct


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  • Reach the summit of 8,163 m (26,781 ft) Manaslu, a.k.a mountain of the spirit.
  • Join a certified guide on a demanding mountaineering feat in the Himalayas.
  • Discover the amazing Gorkha district of Nepal.


Would you like to challenge yourself on an amazing 8,ooom ascent in Nepal? Then this 40-day Manaslu Summit expedition is just for you. 

Manaslu is the eight highest mountain in the world. Its name means “mountain of the spirit”, and in the Ghorka district in Nepal. This stunning eighthousander is difficult to climb and a challenge for experienced mountaineers. On this program, we will set of to Ghorka from Nepal, and enjoy an amazing expedition to the Manaslu summit in a reduced group of three.

The full expedition will take around 40 days. From days 11 to 37, we will tackle the actual climb to the summit. Before, we will have the chance to explore Kathmandu and to slowly acclimatize as we slowly trek to our climbing starting point. You can find a detailed itinerary below. Please keep in mind that it is an outline and may vary depending on the condition of participants and weather.

So, are you ready to discover the amazing Manaslu summit? Then contact me today and let’s start planning an unforgettable adventure in the Himalayas. I look forward to guiding you!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Transport during the trip

- Luggage transfer

- Permit and entrance fees

Price details

Price does not include guide flight and expenses, high altitude food or balloon oxygen for emergency situations (300USD).

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Overnight at hotel

Day 2: Kathmandu

Overnight at hotel

Day 3: Dharapani

Kathmandu – Beshishar by bus and drive to Dharapani -1963m by jeep.

Overnight at lodge.

Day 4: Trek to Ghoa -2515m.

Overnight at lodge.

Day 5: Trek to Bimthang-3590m.

Overnight at lodge.

Day 6: Rest Day at Bimthang.

Overnight at lodge.

Day 7: Cross Larkey Pass 5160m and stay in Samdo 3875m.

Overnight at lodge.

Day 8: Trek to SamaGaun- 3520m

Overnight at lodge.

Day 9: Trek to BC- 4,800m

Overnight at lodge

Day 10: Base Camp acclimatization and prep.

Overnight at BC.

Day 11 to 37: Climbing period


1 dayBC(4895) to Camp 1(5800) sleep2 dayCamp1(5800) to camp 2(6400) sleep3 dayCamp 2(6400) to camp 3(6800) do down to BCRest 2-3 days1 dayBC(4895)to camp 1(5800)sleep2 dayCamp1 (5800) to camp 3 (6800)sleep3 dayCamp 3 to camp 4 (7400) sleep in camp 34 dayGo down from Camp 3 (6800)to BCRest and waiting good weather window1 dayCamp 1(5800)2 dayCamp 2(6400)3 dayCamp 3 (6800)4 dayCamp 4 (7400)5 daySummit (7163) came back to camp 3 or camp 3

Day 38: Trek back to Samagaon


Day 39: Return to Kathmandu by helicopter

Overnight in hotel

Day 40: International departure


What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
Kantipur Temple House Kathmandu Nepal
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Hotel Shanker Kathmandu Nepal
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Dwarika's Hotel Kathmandu Nepal
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About the guide: Anastasiya

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I'm an IFMGA-certified guide from Kyrgyzstan and started guiding professionally in 2003. In my 14 years of guiding, I worked as a high altitude and technical mountain guide, trekking and hiking guide, ski-touring guide and ice and rock climbing gide.

I finished Mountaineering Instructor School in Kyrgyzstan and I am a member of the Kyrgyz Mountain Guide Association (KMGA).

Additionally, I am ”Snow Leopard”. This title is given to those who have climbed all the highest mountains in the former Soviet Union. These include: Lenin peak (7134 m) 2 ascents, Khan Tengri peak (7010 m) 2 ascents, Korzhenevskaya peak (7105 m) 1 ascent, Communism peak (7495 m)1 ascent, Pobeda peak (7439 m)1 ascent.

I have worked all over the Tian-Shan and Pamir ranges. I worked as a guide in Lyallak and Dugoba, in Alla Archa National Park and Suusamyr Valley, Terskey Ala Too and Kyngei-Ala Too.

As a mountain guide, my top 3 priorities are: 1 -safety, 2 –creating positive experiences for my clients and 3 -expedition success.

I am a mountaineer and really love the mountains so I also spend all my free time here. I have participated in expeditions in the Himalayas, Africa, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Patagonia and Russia.

I live and work in a beautiful mountainous country and I will be glad to show you the virgin beauty of the Kyrgyz mountains.


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What people are saying about Anastasiya



We have ended up in Jyrgalan valley as Suusamyr was not feasible for making the skitouring trip. Nonetheless we enjoyed very much the trip and the guide: Anastasia was really resourceful in finding out the best possiblities. Was not easy task during the everchanging weather circumstances. In addition to that we always felt safe.


Thank you for showing us your wonderful country, guiding us safely through the mountains and teaching us so much about ski touring. Our eyes have been opened to future possibilities and we hope you can guide us again another time.



We spent our time skiing in Jyrgalan as there was a lot more snow there than in Suusamyr Valley. Jyrgalan was fantastic - blue skies and deep powder! It was a truly remarkable few days. Our guide, Anastasiya, was excellent and she is highly recommended - friendly, good fun, highly knowledgeable (particularly in respect of managing avalanche risk) and extremely helpful.



Had a wonderful 11-day trip with Anastasiya in the beautiful Ala Archa! This was my first mountaineering experience so this trip included a lot of courses in mountaineering and climbing skills. Anastasiya was a fantastic guide and was very good at keeping everything safe, fun and sufficient challenging. Would highly recommend her. Couldn’t think of a better introduction to mountaineering.


This rating is actually for Aleksey Pototskiy, who stepped in to be our guide when Anastasiya unfortunately had to cancel at short notice. Aleksey was fantastic. He made us feel incredibly safe, even though we’d never ice climbed before, and was extremely patient and knowledgeable. He’s a very experienced climber and mountaineer, and I’d highly recommend him as a guide to climbers of all abilities.

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