Manaslu Region of Nepal has incredible landscapes and activities that you shouldn’t miss. Trekking to Manaslu Circuit is the first thing that you should put on your travel bucket list. This trek will take you to one of the eighth world highest mountain in the world – Mt. Manaslu (8156m).
Not only that, trekking in this restricted region of Nepal provides both Hindu and Buddhist culture, protected wildlife, rhododendrons and wildflowers, furious rivers, and mesmerizing mountain scenery.
Apart from the wonderful Himalayan landscape that Manaslu Circuit Trek offers. One more activity that you should add on your things to do list around Manaslu Region is – Manaslu Trail Race.
Manaslu Trail Race
It is one of the challenging trail race around Manaslu Region. This year Manaslu trail race is going to be started on 10th of November 2018 in Kathmandu.
Total Trail Race Length: 130 km
Total Race Days: 7
In which, to make the trail race easier, you will be hiking 40 km over two days. During trail race, you will be crossing a Larkya La Pass (5160m). It is the highest point of this trail race and widely believed to be one of the most dramatic passes crossing the Mountains. You will be also running above a glacier on the trail to Manaslu Base Camp and enjoy spectacular Himalayan landscapes.
Watch this wonderful video of Manaslu Trail Race from Skyrunner Ragna Debats:
Manaslu Trail Race: Detail Itinerary
Officially trail race will start from Sotikhola to Tatopani to Deng to Hinang Gompa to Samagaun to Manaslu Base Camp to Samdo to Tibetan Border to Bimtang and ends to Dharapani. For more detail itinerary follow the link.
Manaslu Trail Race: Registration Steps
Are you excited about trail race? Then, follow the registration steps below.
Manaslu Trail Race: Frequently Asked Questions
The following link provides some insights on some frequently asked questions about Manaslu Trail Race.
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For more info: Check Manaslu Trail Race official website
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