Manaslu expedition

Manaslu Expedition 2024

Climb the 8th highest mountain in the world

  • Group Size:Min 1 Max 12
  • Duration:42 Days
  • Max Altitude:8,163m/26,781ft
  • Accommodation:Camping
  • Activity:High Altitude Expeditions
  • Meal:Meals Included
  • Trip Grade:Strenuous +
  • Start Point:Kathmandu
  • End Point:Kathmandu
Package difficulty Strenuous +  

Booking open for Manaslu Expedition 2024

Trip Overview


  • Climb the 8th highest peak in the world
  • Excellent preliminary peak for Everest
  • Fully guided expedition with Sherpa support
  • Helicopter flight to Kathmandu

Manaslu Expedition 2024 Overview

 Maximum Altitude:  8,163m/26,781ft
 Total Duration:  42 Days
 Coordinates:   28.5497° N, 84.5597° E
 Climbing Route:   North East Ridge
 Grade:   Strenuous +
 Group Size:   Max 12
 Activity:   Mountaineering and Climbing

Standing tall with a towering height of 8163m, Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the World and a highly sought climb for worldwide mountaineers.  As many as six different routes have been discovered for the Manaslu summit. Manaslu Expedition has been used as the preliminary training for Everest Expedition and is seen by many as the alternative to Cho Oyu. Also, this mountain is the best if you are looking for the first time 8000m peak climb.

The combination of expertise from our mountain guides and the use of top-grade safety and climbing gears coupled with a proper itinerary and allocation of proper acclimatization days will make our Manaslu Expedition a successful and memorable adventure that we will cherish throughout our life.

Our Manaslu expedition begins with gradually gaining altitude as we trek to base camp allowing our bodies to adapt to the increasing altitude. Our approach to the Manaslu base camp will be via Larkya La Pass. And after the completion of the expedition, we fly back to Kathmandu from Samagoan instead of trekking all the way back in order to save time. With this flight, you can easily save up to 6 days that would have taken if you had chosen to trek instead of flight.

Climbing Strategy:

Our expedition starts with a trek to Manaslu base camp. Gradually gain altitude as we trek to base camp. From base camp, we will set up 4 camps before climbing to the summit of Manaslu. Camp 1 at  (5500m/18,040ft), Camp 2 at (6,250m/20,500ft), Camp 3 at (6,800m/22,300ft), Camp 4 at (7,450m/24,440ft).

This will break the difficult climb into smaller sections which increases the chances of a successful expedition. We are well aware of the obstacles that can hinder our climbing of high-altitude glaciated ridges. We will take slow and calculative steps towards the northeastern ridge of Manaslu which is the most viable Manaslu summit route. We will be doing a frequent rotation of high camps to lower camps to get well-acclimatized before making the final ascent to the summit.

Why climb Manaslu with us?

For over 30 yrs the people who helm this venture have been successfully organizing high-altitude Expeditions ensuring safety first and service paramount. The success of the expedition depends largely on a carefully planned itinerary and the best logistics and these are what we offer. We are committed to maintaining the expedition safe and successful with the quality of service. Our emphasis is always on maintaining the small group so that it will be easy to coordinate and cooperate with each other. You will be guided by highly professional mountain guides and they are one of the best in this field.

We are dedicated to providing the highest professionalism throughout the expedition by taking utmost care of all the logistics needed for our Manaslu Expedition

View our history of expeditions: Here

Fully supported expedition

Our Manaslu Expedition is fully supported and guided by the local experienced sherpa team. We provide a 1:1 sherpa-to-client ratio on the summit day.

Most of our Sherpa guides come from Rolwaling village, a hidden gem in the foothills of Mt. Gaurishankar. All our Sherpa guides are previous Everest summiteers with detailed experience on high-altitude expeditions. We provide a 1:1 sherpa guide-to-client ratio on the summit day. Each of our Sherpa guides has tons of experience in climbing high-altitude peaks.

Our Sherpa crews are critical to the success of the climbs that you do with us. We, us professionally trained Sherpa guides & sirdars who are just not hikers & climbers on the mountains but have been trained to perform this task with a lot of common sense & guile. Kunga Sherpa, Everest summiteer and founder of Highland Expeditions, who has successfully guided and organized over 40 expeditions to 8000m as an expedition sirdar oversees our experienced Sherpa crew that will be with you on the climb. We ensure that they are confident & experienced. At Highland Expeditions, we always make sure that our mountain crews are highly motivated & never compromise.

Important Note: Your safety is of imperative concern while traveling with Highland Expeditions. Please take care to note that your leader/guide has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the itinerary if it is deemed necessary due to your safety concerns. Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary; however, since this adventure entails travelling in remote mountainous regions, we cannot guarantee that we will not deviate from it. Weather or health condition of a group member, unexpected natural disasters, etc., can all contribute to changes in the itinerary. Your leader/guide will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if required

Trip Itinerary

  • Day 01 - Arrival in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

    Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal. Upon completing the visa formalities and collecting your luggages in the airport, kindly proceed to the exit of the arrival hall. Your trip leader will await you just outside the arrival hall and will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu. Please look out for a placard of Highland Expeditions.

    • Meal: None
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Trekking Hours: 0
  • Day 02 - Official formalities and climb preparation

    These two days have been kept in Kathmandu for final preparation of Climb. Meet other team members, complete official and government formalities, final gear check and load. Upon your interest, an optional Kathmandu sightseeing can be arranged on these days.
    We will have a trip orientation and your trip leader will give you a brief about your climb before we head to our journey.

    • Meal: (B)
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Trekking Hours: 0
  • Day 03 - Drive to Jagat [1,290m/4,233ft]

    After early morning breakfast, we will head west and follow the Prithvi Highway along the Trishuli River to the homeland of Central Himalaya including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhre. The road offers an opportunity to have a view of rustic Nepal which comprises green hills, rivers, villages and snow-clad mountains at the backdrop. We will part ways with the Highway at Dumre and choose the branched-off route to Besisahar and continue to Jagat where we will stay overnight at a lodge.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 8 hrs drive
  • Day 04 - Trek to Dharapani [1,963m/6,440ft]

    Our first day of trekking, Early in the morning, we will lower down from Jagat village and follow the winding path along the Marsyangdi River to the forest. A brief walk through the sprawling forest will take us to Chamje village (1430m) from where we will cross the river and continue walking along its eastern edge. The trail takes a brief to ascend to the big village of Tal (1675m). Being clustered with tea houses and lodges, it will be a fine idea to take our lunch at Tal. Enjoy lunch in a serene atmosphere with mesmerizing natural views of surrounding valleys at Tal and take a gradual ascend to Karte village. We need to cross the river at several points and move past the valley and pretty tiny villages to arrive at Dharapani.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 6-7
  • Day 05 - Trek to Gao [2,515m/8,250ft]

    Today we leave the Annapurna circuit trek behind and tread the trail that leads to Larkya La Pass. Trek to Gao today.

    • Meal: (B,L,D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 5-6 hrs
  • Day 06 - Trek to Bhimthang [3,590m/11,780ft]

    Today we will be ascending over 1000m climb to Bhimthang.

    • Meal: (B,L,D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 6-7
  • Day 07 - Trek to Samdo [3,875m12,710m] via Larka La Pass [5,160m/16,925ft]

    Wake up early in the morning today. After a brief climb, we reach a glen on the side of the Larkya Glaciers from where we can enjoy great views of Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. Finally, we walk across the moraines of the glacier, making a gradual ascent which becomes steeper only in the last section of the pass. From the pass, there are fantastic views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal and the huge Annapurna II. It is a pretty lengthier day than usual to Samdo, but to walk into these lower pastures with the eventide fog setting in and with Mt. Manaslu looming close by is an irresistible experience to remember

    • Meal: (B,L,D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 8-9 hours
  • Day 08 - Trek to Samagaon [3,530m/11,582ft]

    Leaving Samdo behind, we follow the bank of the river. As we continue on the main trail, we soon reach the fields of Sama Gaon, 3530m.

    • Meal: (B,L,D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 6-7 hours
  • Day 09 - Rest and acclimatization day

    This is a day at Samagaon for rest and acclimatization. Today we get to discover some interesting things about Buddhist culture. We enjoy the sight of thousands of mani stones with Buddhist texts and pictures and women clad in traditional clothes and ornaments. On a little hill near Sama village is an old Gompa (Pungyen Gompa), a monastery with great views of the glacier. It is named after Manaslu; Pungyen means bracelet, a good description of the two peaks. It was destroyed a year after the first unsuccessful Japanese attempt to climb Manaslu. The locals believed that the climb angered the gods, and when the Japanese came back a year later they met with a lot of resistance that they had to give up their attempt. They were finally successful in 1959.

    • Meal: (B,L,D)
    • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
    • Trekking Hours: 3-4
  • Day 10 - Trek to Manaslu Base Camp [4,700m/15,421ft]

    We will take approx. 5 hours of uphill trek and 3 hours of decent to reach Manaslu Base Camp. We will start our trek early in the morning. We will carry plenty of food and water. In peak season, the base camp site is crowded with tents, guides, porters and climbers. The trail from Samagaon takes us through forest. We will ascend the steep slope above Samagaon to the north of Manaslu glacier. The final section of the ascend is the steepest on a slippery trail on a tapered moraine. We will enjoy the panoramic views of surrounding mountains. Stay overnight in Manaslu Base Camp.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Fully tented camping
    • Trekking Hours: 4-5 hrs
  • Day 11-12 - Rest and get organized/ Puja Ceremony

    It is recommended to take rest so that you can mentally and physically prepare yourselves for the challenges proposed by Manaslu Mountain. Puja Ceremony will be organized according to the Sherpa ritual to ask for blessings for the successful ascend of Manaslu.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Fully tented camping
  • Day 13-24 - Acclimatization and rotation of higher camps

    During these days, we will make frequent attempts to high camps and return to lower camps which is an essential step towards increasing altitude. We will make slow ascend through the steep sections of moraines and glaciers. We will prepare 4 camps before climbing to the summit.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Fully tented camping
  • Day 25-38 - Summit climb and descend to base camp

    Base Camp to Camp I:
    After few days of acclimatization and training in Base Camp of Manaslu, we will make ascend to Camp I (5,700m/18,701ft) via the rugged path consisting of moraine and glacier. The trail stretches through crevassed glaciers and small ice steps to reach Camp I. The site offers epic views of surrounding mountains. You can also view the route that you are going to follow to Camp IV.

    Camp I to Camp II:
    Climb from Camp I to Camp II (6,400m/20,998ft) is bit technical in nature. The trail progresses through the longer sections of vertical snow and ice. We will move forward by cutting small ice steps and the expert Sherpas will set up fixed ropes on exposed sections for your safety. Climbing from Camp I to Camp II may take anywhere in between 4 to 6 hrs.

    Camp II to Camp III:
    It takes 5 to 7hrs of moderately steep climb to reach Camp III (6,900m/22,638ft) from Camp II. We will proceed through small ice steps and slopes. The route is mostly straightforward.

    Camp III to Camp IV:
    Another 5 to7 hrs of strenuous climb from Camp III will be enough to take us to Camp IV. We will take proper rest and prepare for the final climb to the summit.

    Camp IV to Summit and return to Base Camp:
    Climb to summit is not technical but it demands great physical strength. Also, the increased altitude will propose additional challenges. Sherpas will fix the cables wherever necessary to ensure the successful ascend to the summit. Finally, we will be on top of the eighth highest mountain in the world. We will capture the memories in camera and then prepare ourselves for long descend to the Base Camp. We will celebrate the successful climb and stay overnight in Base Camp.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Fully tented camping
  • Day 39 - Clean up and depart base camp to Samagaon

    Arrange for proper disposal of the garbage we had made in Base Camp site and then we will retrace our route back to Samagaon where we will stay overnight.

    • Meal: (B, L, D)
    • Accommodation: Fully tented camping
    • Trekking Hours: 4-5 hrs
  • Day 40 - Fly back to Kathmandu on helicopter

    We will leave for Kathmandu on this morning taking a helicopter flight back. We will take a scenic flight from Samagaon to Kathmandu. You will be transferred to your hotel after arrival in Kathmandu. Take leisure and soothe your aching limbs from a long and tiring expedition

    • Meal: (B)
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Trekking Hours: 0
  • Day 41 - Free day in Kathmandu

    Free and easy day to spend, perhaps doing shopping or rest at hotel’s beautiful court-yard. At eventide, we will relish a farewell dinner to celebrate your successful completion of the ‘Manaslu Expedition.’ While enjoying our supper, we will also be entertained to a scintillating cultural dance performed by the local belles
    Please do not hesitate to let us know if you would like to extend your stay. Kindly email us for more details on extensions.

    • Meal: (B, D)
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Trekking Hours: 0
  • Day 42 - International departure

    Finally, the undeniable day of departure arrives. You will be assisted in your last minute preparation. Our representative will take you to Tribhuvan International Airport three hours before your scheduled flight. Safe Journey!! We hope to see you again.

    • Meal: (B)
    • Accommodation: Hotel

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Dates & Price

Our trips are available on both fixed departure and private group basis.

If you are looking for a group to join this trip please click the Fixed Departures tab for more information on departure dates, availability and price. All our fixed departures are guaranteed to run. Or, if you would like to do this trip alone, or with your friends, families & colleagues in a private group style, please fill out the contact form in Private Group tab and send us your message. We will organize a private trip for you at your preferred dates catering any request you may have.

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Trip Start Date
Trip End Date

Sep, 2024

Trip Start Date01 Sep, 2024
Trip End Date12 Oct, 2024
PriceUSD 16,500
Status Available

Cost Inclusion

  • Fully supported and guided expedition to Manaslu
  • 1:1 Sherpa to client ratio on summit day
  • 4 bottled oxygen with the use of the latest mask and regulator
  • Nepalese government royalty fees for Manaslu.
  • All expedition organizational requirements
  • Service of the base camp manager and climbing sirdars
  • Satellite communication system at base camp but nominal charge for use
  • Radio set for communication between camps
  • Meals at base camp and higher camps during the expedition
  • Meals and accommodation during the trekking period
  • Personal tents at BC, high tents, kitchen tents, dining tents, shower tents, toilet tents, store tents, cooking utensils and more for your comfort.
  • 4 nights accommodation at Kathmandu Guest House with breakfast on a deluxe room
  • Samagoan to Kathmandu helicopter flight on sharing basis
  • Staffs wages, allowances with their insurance
  • Common climbing equipment
  • Porterage of climbing equipment
  • Liaison officer's daily wages and fees
  • Applicable national park fees and local taxes
  • 2 waterproof duffel bags

Cost Exclusion

  • International airfare
  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Custom for bringing any expedition goods
  • Nepal entry visa fees
  • Personal clothing and equipment
  • Insurance (Mandatory)
  • Summit bonus for your sherpa (USD 1200 minimum)
  • Tips for base camp
  • Personal expenses

Essential Information


High Altitude Expeditions like Manaslu requires previous mountaineering experience and it is expected that the climber has previous experience of climbing at least 6000m peak before attempting Manaslu

Also, you will be spending 45 days in the mountain, a fierce determination, strong mental health and a burning desire to climb the mountain are the essential pre-requisites for joining this expedition. Prepare yourself to tackle high altitude sickness, tough weather conditions and exhaustion. One needs to be familiar with the use of climbing equipment, walking in snow and ice and must have a good level of fitness. You should be familiar with Rope skills, ice axe arrest and crampon skills, the use of ascenders (Jumar) and descenders, and how to use your particular harness.


Our Manaslu Expedition 202 will be managed by Kunga Sherpa, an Everest summiteer himself. With over 35 years of experience in the climbing industry, he has managed over forty above 8000m expeditions to date.

On summit push, We provide a 1:1 sherpa guide to client ratio. Most of our Sherpa guides come from Rolwaling village, a hidden gem in foothills of Mt. Gaurishankar. All our Sherpa guides are previous Everest summiteer with detailed experience on high altitude expeditions. Each of our Sherpa guides has tons of experience in climbing high altitude peaks.


The use of oxygen equipment plays a huge role in climbing high mountains and can help to avoid many critical situations and save your life. We provide 4 bottles of Poisk oxygen to each climber with the use of mask & regulator (Top Out or Summit Oxygen Systems).


We consider delicious and nutritious food to be a key component to the overall success of our expeditions. We charter the food in by flight and take the utmost care in quality and hygienic preparation. Our High Altitude Chef will be with us for all meals at Base Camp and Camp 2. During the trek, your meals will be served at the teahouse/lodge you will stay and in Kathmandu, only breakfast will be provided to give you the maximum flexibility in deciding where what and with whom to eat for lunch and dinner.

If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know in advance and we will be sure to cater to your needs.


We provide each climber with an individual tent at the base camp during an entire expedition. Each tent will have spacious space, comfortable mattresses, carpeted floor and more for your comfort. Higher above from base camp, a high-quality extreme weather tent will be provided for every 2 climbers. It’s also a lot warmer and safer when you can keep an eye on each other.


Our expedition starts with a trek to Manaslu base camp. Gradually gain the altitude as we trek to base camp. From base camp, we will set up 4 camps before climbing to the summit of Manaslu. Camp 1 at  (5500m/18,040ft), Camp 2 at (6,250m/20,500ft), Camp 3 at (6,800m/22,300ft), Camp 4 at (7,450m/24,440ft).

Base camp

Our base camp is well-appointed, providing each climber with a comfortable environment. There will be a warm dining room, personal tent for each individual, kitchen tent, shower and etc. and more for your comfort. We provide spacious expedition quality personal tents for all our clients both with full board or base-camp service only.

Weather forecast

We subscribe to the weather forecasting services during the expedition summit period as to provide the best weather forecast for the summit push.


Our Manaslu Expedition group will be equipped with a satellite phone for emergency purpose throughout the expedition duration. The cell phone network is available during the trekking section and at base camp but the service is not reliable and may fluctuate depending on weather conditions. Satellite internet is available at base camp at an extra cost. In case you need to make a personal call, you can use the sat phone at $3 per minute.

We also provide a radio communication system to communicate between the camps.

Group Size

Our emphasis is always on maintaining the small group so that it will be easy to coordinate and cooperate with each other especially in high altitude expeditions like Manaslu. You will get to know your Sherpa guide and team member personally. Being a small group is always efficient on a bigger mountain. Our group size is small and your Sherpa guides will not only assist you at the summit push but will also assist you in the rotation of higher camps.


It’s mandatory to get rescue insurance before embarking on any adventurous activities like high altitude expeditions. We advise all our clients to get an insurance that covers up emergency helicopter evacuation that may be needed in case of the occurrence of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) in high altitudes where there are no other means of transportation available. Medical expenses, Baggage lost, Delays and Cancellation, Death & Repatriation are also other important factors to include when purchasing your Insurance.

It is advisable to review carefully the insurance and its coverages before making the final decision.


To reserve your spot on the expedition, a nonrefundable deposit (20% of total cost) is due at the time of registration. Your booking will be confirmed by email after we have received the booking form together with the initial deposits. For payment methods, we accept wire transfers and all major cards. Please note that an additional 3.5% charge will be levied (as imposed by the bank) on the total amount if you are paying via card.

Balance payment must be made 30 days prior to the expedition start date.

View our payment information page for more details on payment.

Refund policy:

The trip deposit is non-refundable and will be forfeited in the event of any cancellation, as such we strongly recommend you include Trip cancellation coverage on your insurance policy. The reason for the non-refundable policy is due to the great expenses incurred in such an expedition. The expeditions are planned and prepared months before your arrival in Kathmandu.

Other Information

Other information such as (Insurance, Arrival Instructions, Visa and Passport etc) required for the trip will be provided after you have signed up for the expedition. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you require more information about the trip.

Equipment List for Manaslu Expedition

The gear listed below is required for the Manaslu Expedition. We encourage you to get all equipment listed below and kindly ensure you check and try every piece of equipment. You can also buy or hire the same in Kathmandu as they are available in the many trekking shops from branded to local manufacturers in Kathmandu.

Head gears:

  • Sunhat X 1
  • Warm hat (should cover head & ear comfortably) X 2
  • Buffs X 2
  • Sunglasses/Glacier Glasses (High-quality, UV-blocking sunglasses with good all-around protection) X 1
  • Ski Googles (Anti Fog and Good Ventilation)
  • Headlamp with spare batteries (200-300 lumens output) X 2

Upper Body:

  • Thermal or fleece base layer top X 3
  • Trekking shirts / t-shirts (Breathable & quick-dry materials) X 3
  • Mid weight top X 2
  • Soft-shell jacket / fleece jacket X 2
  • Prima-loft or light down jacket X 2
  • Waterproof jacket X 1
  • Hardshell Gore Tex jacket with hood X 1
  • Insulated Down Jacket with hood X 1
  • Expedition Down Suit X 1

Lower Body:

  • Thermal or fleece base layer bottom X 3
  • Trekking trousers/pants X 3
  • Mid weight trousers/pants X 2
  • Waterproof pant X 1
  • Hardshell GoreTex pant X 1 (Non-insulated and waterproof)
  • Insulated down pant X 1


  • 5 pairs of synthetic or wool fabrics only

Foot Wear:

  • Hiking Boots X 1
  • Camp shoes X 1
  • 8000m Mountaineering Boot X 1
  • Hiking socks X 4 pairs medium to heavy (synthetic and wool)
  • Liner socks X 2
  • Summit socks X 2
  • Flip flops X 1

Hand Wear:

  • Liner Gloves X 2
  • Midweight gloves X 1
  • Heavy weight gloves( Leather Palm) X 1
  • Down Mittens / Summit gloves X 1

Gears / Personal equipment:

  • Daypack 45-55 liters (To carry water and personal items that you may require while trekking and climbing)
  • Duffel bag (provided by us at request)
  • Down Sleeping bag (-20 C rated) for Base Camp
  • Down Sleeping bag (-30 C rated) for higher camps
  • Thermarest mattress
  • One liter capacity water bottle X 2 (Nalgene)
  • Insulated Cover for Water bottle X 1
  • Trekking poles X 1
  • Camera with charger or spare batteries
  • Personal snacks and energy bars
  • Laundry bag to keep the dirty clothes
  • Padlock
  • Large plastic bags to keep the clothes dry
  • Extra clothes to wear in Kathmandu
  • Umbrella / Poncho

Toiletries and hygiene

  • Quick drying towel
  • Small face towel
  • Toothbrush &Toothpaste
  • Face mask
  • Water treatment tools
  • Soap and Shampoo (Smaller bottle)
  • Face and body moisturizer
  • Sun screen SPF30+ and Lip balm SPF 30+
  • Hand sanitizer/Antiseptic wipes
  • Hygiene products
  • Basic first aid kit

Climbing Gears:

  • Helmet
  • Ice Axe
  • Crampons
  • Harness
  • Carabiners (3 X Screw Gate and 3 X Snap Gate)
  • Descender (ATC Guide/Figure of 8)
  • Ascender/Jumar (Large Handle)
  • Prussik Cord X 2
  • 8mm climbing cord of 3 meters
  • Avalanche transceiver (if possible)


  • Passport with validity of 6 months.
  • Credit cards in case of emergencies
  • Driving ID or any other ID in case of loss of your passport
  • Travel Insurance (Please refer to the general information page for more detail about it)
  • Flight tickets

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Lena S

Thanks Highland Expeditions for an amazing experience climbing Manaslu. Special thanks to the leading guide Sangey, who made it all happen. Your passion for mountains and your genuine friendliness made all the difference!

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