Tsum Valley Manaslu Trekking (Tsum vallée et Tour du Manaslu) Mount Manasalu and hidden Tsum valley, around 8163 meter high, is unexpectedly popular among wilderness trekkers. Tsum valley Still they practice Nomad Traditional. Manaslu region was opened for trekkers only in 1955 and Tsum was also just released in 2008. Manslu and Tsum Valley Trek in this geographically extra spectacular and culturally most mesmerizing area, that rewards the trekkers to discover ultimate nature and cultural heritage and experience the mountain life style in Tsum Valley and Manaslu. The residents of upper Budhi Gandaki, a region known as ‘Nup Ri’ meaning Western Mountain are direct descendants of Tibetan immigrants and they settled here during early 16th century consequently their speech, dress and customs are absolutely similar to Tibetans in the North of Nepal. The Mountain Views in Nup Ri are sensational and iconic that you can find nowhere in the world. The dramatic Larke Pass after visiting Tsum Valley Manaslu Trekking is thrilling life that experience. “Ngula Dhoj Hyang (5,093m) to the west and Yamdro Pass (5,326m.) to the north. For this rest day in Mu Gumpa Trails are strewn with artistic chortens and lined with mani walls carried with drawings of deities and inscribed with prayers. The Tibetan Buddhist culture. Rui La passis 4,998m and stands on the border between Tibet and Nepal. “https://youtu.be/1wGf-zYJHAg?t=9 (Michael Gratl Jan 16, 2015) video
The best time to do the Tsum Valley Manaslu Trekking is between the months of September, October and December, March, April as they provide the clearest skies. The next best is from March to May. It is possible to do the trek in other months, but ask us and we”ll give you advice and information regarding those times. ‘Nup Ri and Kamuling Valley trek (Manaslu and Tsum valley)OriginalTibetan name: The Buddhist saint Milarepa is believed to have meditated in the caves of mountains here. Traditionally Tsum valley was a culturally distinct geographical area called ‘Tsum Tso Chuksum’, which means thirteen provinces ruled as a single territory. The ancient remains of the Tsum Kingdom are still ‘Nup Ri’ meaning Western Mountain Buddhist saint Milarepa is believed to have meditated in the caves.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel – 1,300m
Day 02:Drive to Soti Khola. 6-8 hours by bus
Day 03:Trek to Machha Khola. 5-6 hours walk.
Day 04:Trek to Jagat (1340m), 6-7 hours walk.
Day 05:Trek to Lokpa, 5-6 hours walk.
Day 06:Trek to Chhumling (2386m), 5 hours walk.
Day 07:Trek to Chhekampar (3011m), 5-6 hours walk.
Day 08:Trek to Nile (3310m), 6 hours walk.
Day 09:Hike Mu Gompa trek to Chhekampar via Rachen Goma, 6-7 h walk.
Day 10:Trek to Lokpa 2240m, 7-8 hours walk.
Day 11:Trek to Ghap (2300m), 6-7 hours walk.
Day 12:Trek to Lho, 5-7 hours walk.
Day 13:Tre to Sama Gaun, 4-5 hours walk.
Day 14:Rest day, Hike to Birendra Taal/Pungyen Gompa/ Manaslu Base camp.
Day 15:Trek to Samdo, 3 -4 hours walk.
Day 16:Trek to Larke Phedi (Dharmasala)4 hours walk.
Day 17:Trek to Bimtang (3750m), via Larkey Pass (5100m),8h
Day 18:Trek to Dharapani (1960m 7-8 hours walk.
Day 19:Trek to Nadi Bazaar(930m) , 6-7 hours walk.
Day 20:Trek to Nadi (drive local Bus 1h Besisahar 5h kathmandu)
(Ps) Tsum valley manaslu trek 17 days possible
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