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Larke pass.... could do with a pepper steak shammie! #icecold #adventureofalifetime #manaslucircuittrek #trekkingnepal

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The Manaslu Circuit trek in Nepal. Taken on a frosty Christmas Eve before crossing the Larke La the next morning. #Nepal #Manaslu #Trek #LarkeLa #manaslucircuittrek

Breaking Kanchenjunga series for a while 😊

Let's travel Manaslu region this weekend.
Here I present you all the Himalchuli massive and Samdo village seen from Samdo 😁

Happy weekend everyone!

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Manaslu trekking is one of the rapidly become a popular in Nepal which Can do now in tea house on 14 days.
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https://www.himalayastrek.com/manaslu-circuit-trekking/

Manaslu Circuit Trek DAY 2: from LAPUBESHI (880 m) to DOBHAN (1070 m).
Many people ask me why I want so much to hike in the Himalaya, when in Europe there are plenty of nice places to hike. I agree that the Alps and the Jura, where I have hiked before, and for sure many other places I’ve never set foot on offer amazing mountain landscapes (although there aren’t any 8000 m peaks like in Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅πŸ”) but what fascinates me in the Himalaya is the way breathtaking mountain scenery πŸ” combines with the human element, culture and religion. In the Himalayan trails you get to see lots of local people going about their daily lives. They walk carrying all sorts of loads or conducting mule caravans, you see them beside the trail working in their fields, harvesting rice or potatoes πŸ₯”, tending to their cows πŸ„ or yaks, collecting wood for cooking, washing their clothes outside πŸ‘–πŸ‘š, or laying chilies or grain to dry in the sun. And all the time they greet you with a smile πŸ˜€ and a β€œNamaste”, or in the Tibetan ethnic villages a β€œTashi Delek”. It is this interaction with people who have a culture and way of life so different from my own that keeps drawing me to Nepal. Nepalis are people who walk a lot πŸšΆπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸšΆπŸ½β€β™‚οΈ, there are not many roads and most villages in the mountains are accessible only on foot. And they are amazing at that. When you see them, it just looks so easy. Like the woman in the photo crossing a river stepping on stones with her flip flops, and carrying her son inside her basket. Hop, hop, hop, and it’s done βœ…. She probably does this several times per day. This is her daily life. And we, with our super GoreTex shoes with anti-slipping soles, are so little used to this that I’m sure we would fall into the river if we didn’t watch carefully where we put our feet πŸ˜–.
On this 2nd day of our trek we followed the course of the Bhudi Gandaki river, passing through the village of Tatopani, which has hot water sources. Pity we did not have our swimsuits πŸ‘™otherwise we would have bathed there.
#nepal #asia #manaslu #manaslutrek #manaslucircuittrek #trek #trekking #hiking #himalaya #gorkha #mountains #bhudigandaki #river #localpeople #rivercrossing #lapubeshi #dobhan

Larke La is truly Majestic as I said already, thank you everyone who were involved in this trek and making it happen. That moment, that space and those himalayas were super surreal. Crossing one of the longest pass is an achievement itself.
#lifeitis #understandingnatureunderstandinglife #manaslucircuittrek #larkela #nepal

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Manaslu Circuit Trek DAY 2: from LAPUBESHI (880 m) to DOBHAN (1070 m).
Many people ask me why I want so much to hike in the Himalaya, when in Europe there are plenty of nice places to hike. I agree that the Alps and the Jura, where I have hiked before, and for sure many other places I’ve never set foot on offer amazing mountain landscapes (although there aren’t any 8000 m peaks like in Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅πŸ”) but what fascinates me in the Himalaya is the way breathtaking mountain scenery πŸ” combines with the human element, culture and religion. In the Himalayan trails you get to see lots of local people going about their daily lives. They walk carrying all sorts of loads or conducting mule caravans, you see them beside the trail working in their fields, harvesting rice or potatoes πŸ₯”, tending to their cows πŸ„ or yaks, collecting wood for cooking, washing their clothes outside πŸ‘–πŸ‘š, or laying chilies or grain to dry in the sun. And all the time they greet you with a smile πŸ˜€ and a β€œNamaste”, or in the Tibetan ethnic villages a β€œTashi Delek”. It is this interaction with people who have a culture and way of life so different from my own that keeps drawing me to Nepal. Nepalis are people who walk a lot πŸšΆπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸšΆπŸ½β€β™‚οΈ, there are not many roads and most villages in the mountains are accessible only on foot. And they are amazing at that. When you see them, it just looks so easy. Like the woman in the photo crossing a river stepping on stones with her flip flops, and carrying her son inside her basket. Hop, hop, hop, and it’s done βœ…. She probably does this several times per day. This is her daily life. And we, with our super GoreTex shoes with anti-slipping soles, are so little used to this that I’m sure we would fall into the river if we didn’t watch carefully where we put our feet πŸ˜–.
On this 2nd day of our trek we followed the course of the Bhudi Gandaki river, passing through the village of Tatopani, which has hot water sources. Pity we did not have our swimsuits πŸ‘™otherwise we would have bathed there.
#nepal #asia #manaslu #manaslutrek #manaslucircuittrek #trek #trekking #hiking #himalaya #gorkha #mountains #bhudigandaki #river #localpeople #rivercrossing #lapubeshi #dobhan

Hi everybody! Last weekend I made it home safely from Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅ and this week I spent all my time getting up to date with work πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’», laundry πŸ‘šπŸ‘–(there were lots of it!), food shopping 🍎πŸ₯–πŸ₯¦, mail βœ‰οΈ...and of course starting to go through the photos (there are many, but this is the fun part! πŸ˜€). So now I can start telling a bit more about the wonderful Manaslu Circuit Trek.
DAY 1: from ARUGHAT (570 m) to LAPUBESHI (880 m).
The Manaslu Circuit Trek starts really low and gradually climbs to 5100 meters, at the Larkya Pass πŸ”, which we reached on day 12, allowing for optimal acclimatization. The reason why it starts so low, is that Arughat is the place where the road ends. Well, not exactly: the road continues a bit further to Soti Khola, and we could have started hiking there, but by the time we reached Arughat on the previous day we just did not feel we could spend one more minute inside the jeep πŸ˜–πŸ˜–. On Day Zero, we left Kathmandu around 9 a.m. and took the road that goes to Pokhara. This road is not in optimal condition and frequently sees traffic jams, but compared to the rest of the Nepali roads it’s as smooth as silk 😝. After some time, we left that road and took a branch to the right, and this is where the fun began πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ. The road became just a wide earth path full of holes and stones. So, we spent what seemed an eternity being shaken inside the jeep, πŸš™ and when we reached Arughat it was later than 6 p.m and we were exhausted 😩😴. If we exclude the lunch break and a little incident where the driver struggled to restart the engine, we must have driven at least 7h30’ to cover...127 km!!!! 😱😱😱.
So on day 1 we happily started hiking πŸšΆπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸšΆπŸ»β€β™€οΈamong banana trees and rice fields. And waterfalls, many waterfalls, falling from incredible heights πŸ’¦.
@tashi1_4u @dawa3085
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Breaking Kanchenjunga series for a while 😊

Let's travel Manaslu region this weekend.
Here I present you all the Himalchuli massive and Samdo village seen from Samdo 😁

Happy weekend everyone!

#Travel #Trekking #Gorkha #Amazing #Nepal #ManasluCircuitTrek #lonelyplanet #MyGHT #mountains #himalaya #adventure #wanderlust #instatravel #instanepal #landscape #photography #NaturallyNepal #visitnepal #highaltitude #dktm #beautiful #nature #nepal8thwonder #natgeotravel

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