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Manaslu Region Trek

Manaslu region trek offers several routes to trekkers & mountaineers on its long ridges & glacial valleys. Larkya La 5213m pass treks and Tsum Valley trek are gaining its popularity these days in Manaslu region of Nepal.  Popular and Important peaks surrounding Manaslu include Ngadi Chuli, Himalchuli and Baudha.A popular saying Manaslu is a serrated wall of snow and ice hanging in the sky describe it self the amazing facts of the Manaslu region. Manaslu region is bounded on the east by the Ganesh Himal and the Buri Gandaki River gorge, on the west by the deep fissures of the Marysyangdi Khola with its Annapurna range of hills, to the south in the Gorkha town in the foot of the hill, from where trekking operates during the season. Manaslu region in nepal  is the shelter of 33 species of mammals including snow leopard, musk deer and Himalayan Thar, 110 species of birds and 3 species of reptiles and a rich eco diversity over 200 species of pants. 
Following packages are serve by Ace Holiday Treks in Manaslu region of Nepal.
Manaslu trek

Manaslu Circuit Trek

Duration : 20 Days | Grading : Modarate

Manaslu Circuit Trek located in Lamjung district of Nepal is widely considered as one of the most difficult and challenging... [+ Read More]

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Tsum valley Trek-Larke Pass

Duration : 23 Days | Grading : Hard

Tsum Valley Trek-Larke Pass is another appealing trek available in Nepal. Again Tsum Valley Trek and Larke Pass can be... [+ Read More]

Tsum Valley Trek | Tsum Valley Trek Itinerary

Tsum Valley Trek

Duration : 20 Days | Grading : Normal

Located against the majestic backdrop of Ganesh Mountain, Sringi Mountain and Boudha Mountain ranges in Northern Gorkha is the hidden... [+ Read More]

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Rubina La Pass trek

Duration : 26 Days | Grading : Clasic + Adventure

Rupina La Pass trek is a challenging trek into the lower Manaslu region of Nepal which was opened for trekking... [+ Read More]

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