Manaslu Climb Expedition | SummitClimb (2022)

At 8,156 metres (26,759 feet), Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world. It is located in the Mansiri Himal section of the Himalayas, in the west-central part of Nepal. Its name, which means "Mountain of the Spirit", comes from the Sanskrit word Manaslu, meaning "intellect" or "soul". Manaslu is the most accessible 8,000 meter peek in Nepal and is one of the easier 8,000 meter peaks. Join us on a unique climb that is off the beaten path.

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Our full-service expedition includes:

  • British, European, or American leader
  • Expert climbing Sherpa
  • Transport to base camp to/from Kathmandu, including accommodation
  • Yak transport of all equipment to and from basecamp
  • Skillful base camp cooks
  • Three meals each day
  • Group emergency equipment and satellite phone
  • Private tents in basecamp (no sharing)
  • Full base camp with dinning tent, showers, bathroom, and solar charger
  • Double occupancy tents above base camp
  • All permit fees and liaison officers
  • Use of group gear and supplies
  • Two nights stay in a Kathmandu hotel on arrival and two nights prior to departure in a double room. Private rooms are available for a small additional fee.
  • Airport transfer

What is not included?

  • International flights to/from Kathmandu
  • Mountain climbing rescue and travel insurance
  • Personal climbing equipment and clothing
  • Oxygen (available on request)
  • Gratuities for staff
  • Nepalese visa

Our basic climb includes:

  • All permit fees and liaison officer
  • Basecamp meals; basecamp sleeping tent, basecamp dining tent, and tables and chairs
  • Transport to base camp to/from Kathmandu, for you and personal equipment only (boots, ice axe, clothing, sleeping bag), including accommodation and meals on the road
  • A walkie-talkie radio
  • Emergency equipment and supplies
  • Access to team fixed ropes and camps (sites, not tents)
  • Airport transfers
  • Other services and may be purchased and hired at minimal expense

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  • Private Sherpa (personal guide/porter) – Carries up to 10 kg (22bs) of your personal equipment, climbs with you, melts water, cooks, and will be with you every step of the way.
  • Personal equipment carriage service – Sherpa carry up to 10kg (22lbs) of personal equipment up and down the mountain between camps

Oxygen:You should consider whether or not you wish to use supplemental oxygen, which is optional on Manaslu. Approximately half of our members choose to use oxygen. Click here for prices

(Video) Mt Manaslu Climbing Expedition

We recommend a three bottle set for Manaslu. The price includes three large 4 litre Russian Oxygen bottles, mask, regulator, hoses, as well as carriage to the high camps by porters. Extra bottles are available for an additional fee. We have a 30% buy-back policy on masks, regulators, and unused oxygen bottles in good condition.

Oxygen supplies may be purchased separately. The same buy-back policy applies.The following may be purchased individually:

  • Mask and Hoses which are guaranteed to be in proper working order and match the bottles and regulator.
  • Regulator for high-altitude oxygen bottle
  • 4 litreRussian Oxygen bottle for high-altitude climbing

1. Arrive Kathmandu, 1,300 metres (4,265 feet.) Stay at hotel.
2. Orientation, training, and equipment review at hotel in Kathmandu (KTM), renting and buying gear at KTM equipment shops, group dinner. Stay at hotel.
3. Ride a bus 9-12 hours to Besisahar, 760 metres (2,493 feet.). Stay at tea house
4. Take a Jeep 7-8 hours to Dharapani, 1,860 metres (6,102 feet). Stay at tea house
5. Hike 6-7 hours to Kharche, 2,700 metres (8,858 feet).Stay at tea house
6. Hike 6-7 hours to Bimthang, 3,720 metres (12,205 feet).Stay in tea house
7. Rest in Bimthang, short acclimatization hike. Stay in tea house.
8. Hike 9-11 hours to Samdo 3,860 metres (12,644 feet) via crossing the Larkya-La Pass 5,160 metres (16,929 feet). Stay at tea house.
9. Hike 8 hours to SamaGaon, 3,690 metres (12,106 feet)
10. Rest in SamaGaon. Acclimatization, re-packing, shopping, etc
11. Hike 6-7 hours to base camp, 4,800 metres (15,748ft).
12. Rest in basecamp. Acclimatization, Climbing equipment review
13. Ice climbing training on glaciers near basecamp.
14. Walk to camp 1, 5,700 metres (18,696 feet), return to base camp
15. Rest in base camp
16. Walk to camp 1 and sleep there.
17. Walk to Camp 2, 6,250 metres (20,500 feet), return to base camp.
18. Rest in base camp.
19. Walk to camp 1 and sleep there.
20. Walk to camp 2 and sleep there.
21. Walk to camp 3, 6,800 metres (22,300 feet). Return to camp 2 and sleep there.
22. Return to base camp.
23. Rest in base camp.
24. Rest in base camp.
25. Walk to camp 1 and sleep there.
26. Walk to camp 2 and sleep there.
27. Walk to camp 3 and sleep there.
28. Climb to Camp 4, 7,450 metres (24,440 feet).
29. Summit attempt 8,163 metres (26,781 feet).
30. Extra day for summit attempt. Descend to camp 2.
31. Descend to basecamp.
32. Pack and prepare to depart. Trek to SamaGoan.
33. Trek to Bimthang. Stay at tea house.
34. Trek to Dharapani. Stay at tea house.
35. Drive to BesiShar. Stay at tea house.
36. Take bus to Kathmandu. Stay at hotel
37. Celebration Banquet. Packing and final shopping in Kathmandu. Stay at hotel
38. Say Good-bye to your new friends and depart for home.

Leadership:Dan Mazuris a relaxed, friendly, well organised, and highly skilled professional with over 20 years of experience leading people to the summits of Everest, K2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Manaslu, and Shishapangma. You will have an excellent experience on Manaslu.

Sherpas: We employ some of Nepal, Tibet, and the Karakorum’s best local mountaineers and Sherpas to assist team members in realizing their summit goals. Our friendly and loyal high altitude climbing staff has supported teams to the summits of more than ten of the highest peaks in the Himalaya.


  • Climbing harness
  • 5 meters (16 ft.) of 6mm accessory cord
  • Figure 8 abseil/belay device (tube style devices, i.e. ATC will not work on fixed lines)
  • Full size ascender (i.e. PetzlAscention)
  • 2 locking carabiners, 1 large and 1 small
  • 4 non-locking carabiners
  • Ice axe with leash
  • Steel crampons with anti-balling plates
  • Trekking poles
  • Abseiling/Rappelling Gloves

Upper Body:

  • 2 cotton t-shirts
  • 2 synthetic t-shirts
  • 2 long sleeve synthetic shirts
  • Light-weight soft shell jacket
  • Medium weight insulatingjacket (fleece, down, or synthetic)
  • Hard shell jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable (Gore-Tex or similar)
  • Heavy down coat
    • For 6,000m peaks a very warm down coat with hood or an 8,000m coat with hood
    • For 7,000m peaks an 8,000m coat with hood
    • For 8,000m peaks an 8,000m down coat with hood or an 8,000m suit can be used instead


  • Lightweight poly-liner gloves
  • Mid-weight soft shell gloves – water/wind resistant
  • Heavy- weight waterproof gloves – Gore-tex shell with removable liner
  • Expedition weight mittens -Gore-tex over mitt matched polar fleece mitt liner


  • Helmet
  • Warm hat that covers your ears
  • Balaclava
  • Face mask
  • Baseball hat or brimmed sun hat
  • Glacier sunglasses with side shields
  • Ski goggles with light and dark lenses
  • Glasses with clear lenses to protect your eyes while climbing to the summit on windy nights. (cost less than 10 dollars in Kathmandu)
  • Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
  • Buff/neck gaiter
  • Bandana or head scarf (optional)

Lower Body:

  • Synthetic underwear
  • Hiking shorts
  • Hiking pants
  • 2 pair lightweight thermal bottoms
  • Medium or expedition weight thermal bottoms
  • Polar fleece or soft shell pants
  • Waterproof/breathable pants with full side zips (Gore-Tex or similar)
  • Heavy insulating pants
    • For 6,000m peaks: Down or synthetic pants will full zips
    • For 7,000m peaks: 8,000m down pants
    • For 8,000m peaks: 8,000m down pants or a 8,000m suit can be used instead


(Video) Manaslu Summit Expedition 2013

  • Boots
    • For 6,000m peaks: Plastic or composite double boots (Koflach, La SportivaSpantik, etc) Modern waterproof, single boots designed for 4-5,000m peaks may be suitable if they can be worn with 2 pairs of socks and vapor barrier lines and/or they are equipped with overboots
    • For 7,000m: Plastic or composite double boots (Koflach, La SportivaSpantik, etc)
    • For 8,000m peaks: 8,000m boots - One-Sport Millet Everest boots or equivalent
  • Sturdy leather walking boots
  • Trainers, running shoes and/or sandals
  • Down booties (optional)
  • 3 pair med-heavy poly or wool socks
  • 2 pair poly or wool liner socks (optional)
  • Vapor barrier liner socks (optional)
  • 2 pair lightweight trekking socks
  • Cotton socks for in town


  • Down sleeping bag
    • For 6,000m peaks: -18C or 0F
    • For 7,000m peaks:-23C or -10F (If you sleep cold consider -29C or -20F)
    • For 8,000m peaks: -29C or -20F (If you sleep cold consider -40C or -40F)
  • An additional down sleeping bag for basecamp for the following climbs: Everest, Lhotse, AmaDablam, Manaslu, Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, Broad Peak, K2, Gasherbrum I and II, Spantik, K2/Broad Peak Everest training climb. For Mastagata a second sleeping bag is optional, but highly recommended.
    • Down base camp sleeping bag should be rated to -10C or 15F (If you sleep cold consider -18C or 0F)
  • 2 closed cell foam kari-mats (sleeping pads) for use in basecamp and high altitude (these can be purchased inexpensively in Kathmandu)
  • High quality inflatable sleeping pad designed for cold weather (Thermarest)
  • Patch kit for inflatable pad

Rucksack and Travel Bags:

  • Medium rucksack/backpack (50-70 litres / 3000-4500 cubic inches, can be used as carry-on bag)
  • Waterproof rucksack cover (optional)
  • 2 large (120+ L / 7500+ cubic inch) duffle kit bags for clothing and equipment
  • Small luggage locks for duffel kit bags

Personal Hygiene:

  • Female or male hygiene supplies
  • 2 tubes lip sun cream
  • Large tube skin sun cream (min factor 30)
  • Anti-mosquito cream
  • Toothpaste/brush
  • Hand sanitizer gel (small-medium bottle)
  • Bar of soap small towel
  • Hand wipes
  • Face Mask
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Disposable gloves
  • Disinfectant wipes


  • Small personal first-aid kit. (Simple and Light) Aspirin, first-aid tape, plasters (band-aids), personal medications, etc.
  • Blister repair kit
  • 10 anti-diarrhea pills
  • 20 anti-headache pills
  • 10 cough and/or cold medicine
  • Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox, Acetylzolamide
  • 10 Stomach antibiotics: Ciprofloxacin, etc.
  • 5 Azithromycin tables
  • Steri pen or bottle of water purification tablets
  • Cough sweets/lozenges (Halls/Stepils)
  • Earplugs
  • Extra prescription glasses/contact lenses and supplies

Personal Food:

  • Snack food/daily energy food
    • Everest training Nepal/Tibet, AmaDablam, Baruntse: 2-4kg (4.5-9lbs)
    • Spantik, Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, Mustagata, Manaslu: 2-5kg (4.5-11lbs)
    • Broad Peak, K2, Gasherbrum I/II, K2/Everest training, Everest, Lhotse: 3-6kg (6.5-13lbs)
  • Dehydrated meals (freeze-dried dinners) for summit attempt
    • Everest training Nepal/Tibet, AmaDablam: 2 Meals
    • Spantik, Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, Mustagata, Manaslu, Baruntse: 3 meals
    • Broad Peak, K2, Gasherbrum I/II, K2/Everest training, Everest, Lhotse: 5 meals


  • Small roll of repair tape
  • Sewing repair kit
  • Cigarette lighter
  • Small box matches
  • Compass or GPS
  • Battery powered alarm clock/watch
  • Camera with extra cards and extra batteries
  • Nylon stuff sacks for food and gear storage
  • 2 water bottles (1 litre) wide-mouth Nalgene
  • Pee bottle (1litre or larger)
  • Plastic cup and spoon
  • Small folding knife
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • 4 large, waterproof, disposable rubbish sacks
  • Passport, 2 extra passport photos, flight ticket, flight itinerary
  • Separate photocopies of passport and relevant visa pages, proof of insurance
  • Dollars, pounds, or euros cash
  • Bank/ATM/Cash and credit cards
  • Bathing suit/swim suit (you never know)
  • Paperback books, playing cards, ipod/mp3 player, musical instruments, extra batteries, etc.
  • Travel clothes for basecamp and in town
  • Umbrella (optional)
  • Small solar panels for personal electronics (optional)


A 5 bottle set of oxygen is included in the cost of our full service Everest, K2, and Lhotse expeditions. It may be purchased for Broad Peak, Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, and Manaslu.

Group Equipment:

We provide group gear, equipment, and supplies including: rope, ice, rock, and snow anchor protection, tents; stoves, fuel, walkie-talkie radios, bamboo marker wands, etcetera. A personal tent will be provided for each member at base camp. On the upper mountain, team members will share tents. In base camp, a shower, toilet, solar charger, and a dining tent will be provided.

Prior winter snow walking, climbing, camping, and experience at altitude is recommended. The trip includes climbing training. We will teach you everything you need to know on glaciers near basecamp. Team members should be fit and in good health. Please see our questions section for fitness training advice.

  • The summit

  • Summit pyramid

    (Video) Expedition: Manaslu - Sept/Oct 2019 - with Elite Himalayan Adventures

  • Camp 3

  • Final pitch

  • Sherpas climbing

  • Camp 1

  • Camp 2

  • Camp 1

  • Camp 2

  • Ridge

  • Camp 4

  • Fixed Rope

  • Camp 1

  • Flat Glacier

  • Base camp

How difficult is Manaslu to climb?
(Video) Manaslu Expedition without Oxygen | Vlog from 8163M | Mingma David Sherpa

Manaslu is considered an "easier" 8000 meter peak, but all the 8000m peaks are quite challenging.Climbers on a Manaslu expedition should be in excellent physical shape and be mentally prepared for a several week expedition. Many climbers choose Manaslu as their first 8000m peak.

How does Manaslu compare to other mountains?

Manaslu is more technically challenging that Cho Oyu and Broad Peak, but not as challenging as Everest or K2.

Why Manaslu?

Manaslu is unique in that it is in a remote part of Nepal, but is easy to access compared to other 8000m peaks. Manaslu is a considered an "easy" 8000m peak, and the perfect training ground for people interested in climbing Everest. The climbing on Manaslu is interesting and varied. The more challenging sections are relatively short.

What is it like to climb Manaslu?

Our expedition starts in Kathmandu, Nepal with an orientation and last minute shopping. From there, we travel by bus to where the roads make travel by Jeep necessary. Where the road ends, we begin a multi-day hike along rivers, past waterfalls, and through remote villages. At basecamp, SummitClimb provides comfortable home for the next few weeks. Days are spent training, resting, and making progressively higher acclimatization climbs up the mountain. Summit day is long and physically challenging, but totally worth it. The experience of reaching the Manaslu's tiny summit is like no other.

Please fill out an application and return it to us with your refundable ten-percent deposit to hold your place on the team.

  • Application for US Team Members :PDF FormorMS Word Doc
  • Application for all other Team Members :PDF FormorMS Word Doc

In addition to your application, we will need the following at least two months before the trip begins:

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  • Completed Payment
  • Oxygen order (if any)
  • Sherpa order (if any)
  • Trip Registration form
  • 1 Passport sized photo
  • A scan of your passport identification pages
  • Complete flight itinerary
  • Proof of travel, accident, and repatriation insurance. We strongly recommend Global Rescue, with at least $50,000 worth of helicopter rescue insurance.
  • Trip cancellation/interruption insurance is recommended

Please contact us with any questions you may have.


Is Manaslu harder than Everest? ›

A: It is a great training climb for aspiring Everest climbers to see how their body reacts to high altitude - 8,000m. The climbing from Camp 1 to Camp 4 is harder on Manaslu than on Everest but the summit night on Manaslu is easier and much shorter than on Everest.

How long does it take to climb Mount Manaslu? ›

Climbing Manaslu takes about 7 weeks, including the scenic trek to Manaslu Base Camp at 4,400 metres. The trekking route remains relatively untouched and is a highlight on its own.

How many people have summited Manaslu? ›

According to Jurgalski, 53 climbers claim to have reached the summits of all 14 peaks above 8,000 meters, but only three of them have reached the actual highest points on all the mountains.”

What is the easiest 8000 meter peak to climb? ›

Cho Oyu is the world's sixth highest mountain and considered to be the easiest of the fourteen 8,000m peaks.

What is the hardest of the 14 peaks to climb? ›

02-K2. Possibly the world's most difficult mountain to climb. Difficulty: Possibly the most difficult peak on earth. It's high, there's a high risk for avalanches, the weather is often bad and there are no easy route to the peak's summit.

How much does it cost to climb Manaslu? ›

On average, expeditions to the Manaslu summit will cost around USD 15 to 18,000 depending on what they include. Most full-price Manaslu expeditions include everything from permits to local transport, to accommodation, to meals, to oxygen supplementation, and more.

What is the hardest mountain to climb? ›

At 28,251 feet, K2, which straddles the Pakistan-China border, is about two and a half football fields shorter than Everest, but it's widely considered the planet's toughest and most dangerous mountain to climb, earning the nickname “Savage Mountain.” Unlike Everest, it is not possible to “walk” to the top; all sides ...

Which is the easiest mountain to climb in Nepal? ›

Pokalde Peak

Widely regarded as one of the shortest and easiest of Nepal's climbing peak treks, the ascent to Pokalde's summit at 5,806 metres largely combines walking and scrambling until you reach the last section.

Why is Manaslu called Killer mountain? ›

Towering above the pine forests of Nepal's Budhi Gandaki river valley, the mighty Manaslu is nicknamed "killer mountain" by locals because more than 60 people have died on its treacherous slopes.

Did Nims climb Manaslu? ›

It is far from impossible. Nirmal Purja (aka Nims) and other climbers in the last couple of years have known about this issue before they went and knowingly stopped short –- but claimed the summit.

Is K2 or Everest harder to climb? ›

Although the summit of Everest is at a higher altitude, K2 is a more difficult and dangerous climb, due in part to its more inclement weather. As of February 2021, only 377 people have completed the ascent to its summit.

What mountain has never been climbed? ›

The mountain most widely claimed to be the highest unclimbed mountain in the world in terms of elevation is Gangkhar Puensum (7,570 m, 24,840 ft). It is in Bhutan, on or near the border with China. In Bhutan, the climbing of mountains higher than 6,000 m (20,000 ft) has been prohibited since 1994.

What is the most difficult 8000 meter peak? ›

Annapurna, Nepal

With a near 40% summit fatality rate, a mountaineer is more likely to die here than on any other 8,000m climb. The threat of storms and avalanches loom over the mountain's hulking glacial architecture.

Why is K2 harder than Everest? ›

Although the summit of Everest is at a higher altitude, K2 is considered a much more difficult and dangerous climb, due to its more inclement weather and steep gradients.

Did the climber in 14 peaks survive? ›

He was in dire condition but amazingly still alive. The team executed a successful rescue operation (see video) and got Kin down the mountain and transported out by helicopter.

Is Annapurna harder than K2? ›

Now, K2 is either the most or 2nd most difficult 8000er at the least (Annapurna is more dangerous but K2 is considered harder) and K2 has the 2nd least amount of oxygen of any peak on Earth. On the plus side, K2 is significantly less expensive than Everest is.

What is the height of Manaslu? ›

What country is Manaslu in? ›

Manāslu I, also called Kutang I, one of the world's highest mountains (26,781 feet [8,163 m]); it lies in the Himalayas of north Nepal, 38 miles (61 km) north of the town of Gurkha. The summit of this snow- and glacier-covered peak was first reached on May 9 and 11, 1956, by two separate Japanese parties.

How much does it cost to climb Dhaulagiri? ›

Dhaulagiri Expedition Cost

Dhaulagiri Expedition costs USD 9,500 per person for Full Board Service and USD 6,500 for Base Camp Service [Makalu Adventure's Silver Jubilee Offer]. The White Mountain is a popular destination among the mountaineers and mountain climbers in the world and Mt.

Which of the 7 summits is easiest? ›

The Seven Summits of the World

' They are made up of the tallest mountain peak from each continent. You may be surprised by the fact that Mount Everest is considered to be the least difficult.

How much do Everest Sherpas make? ›

Sherpas make at least $2,000 per climbing season, considerably more than the median income of Nepal, which comes in at around $540 per year. Elite Sherpas can make as much as $4,000 – $5,000 in just two months. By comparison, Western guides make as much as $50,000, plus tips.

What is the hardest of the 7 summits? ›

Ranking of difficulty of the 7 summits.
  • Koscuiszko should be the easiest in all aspect.
  • Kilimanjaro should be easiest in all aspect save for Koscuiszko.
  • Everest is the hardest in overall aspects and much harder compared to any other mountains listed here.
30 Nov 2012

Which mountain can't be climbed in Nepal? ›

Climbing Machhapuchhare is forbidden, a rarity in a country like Nepal that has embraced mountain tourism so enthusiastically that even the world's highest point gets overcrowded.

Which is the best trek in Nepal? ›

Best Treks in Nepal
  • Mount Everest Base Camp Trek. Lukla Airport. Kala Patthar – A Good Addition to EBC.
  • Three Passes Trek.
  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek.
  • Annapurna Circuit Trek.
  • Poon Hill Trek.
  • Manaslu Circuit Trek.
  • Upper mustang trek.
  • Upper Dolpo Trek.
18 Aug 2022

What is the cheapest 8000 meter peak to climb? ›

Manaslu Expedition is the cheapest 8000m peak that you can climb in Nepal. This peak climbing adventure takes around 44 days to complete the expedition. The total package for the Manaslu Expedition is around US $ 11500 per person. The next cheapest 8000m you can climb in Nepal is the Annapurna Expedition.

Which is the 2 highest mountain in India? ›

Kangchenjunga stands tall at the elevation of 8586 m above sea level. The mountain by the Tamur river lies between India and Nepal. It is the second highest peak in India and the third highest summit in the world.

Who climbed Manaslu first? ›


What was the old name of K2? ›

K2, Chinese Qogir Feng, also called Mount Godwin Austen, called locally Dapsang or Chogori, the world's second highest peak (28,251 feet [8,611 metres]), second only to Mount Everest.

How difficult is it to climb Manaslu? ›

ManasluDifficulty Level: Intermediate to Advanced. Manaslu is a revered mountain and the world's 8th tallest peak. At 8,163m (26,781 feet) and standing entirely within the Nepalese Himalaya, it's a step back in time in a remote valley of western Nepal.

Where is Mount Manaslu? ›

Mount Manaslu, also known as Kampunge is the eighth highest mountain in the world. It is located in the west-central part of Nepal. Manaslu in Sanskrit means “manasa” meaning “Intellect” or “soul”. The peak elevates to a height of 8,163 m.

Why is Manaslu called Killer mountain? ›

Towering above the pine forests of Nepal's Budhi Gandaki river valley, the mighty Manaslu is nicknamed "killer mountain" by locals because more than 60 people have died on its treacherous slopes.

What is the hardest mountain to climb? ›

At 28,251 feet, K2, which straddles the Pakistan-China border, is about two and a half football fields shorter than Everest, but it's widely considered the planet's toughest and most dangerous mountain to climb, earning the nickname “Savage Mountain.” Unlike Everest, it is not possible to “walk” to the top; all sides ...

Who climbed Manaslu first? ›


Which mountain is known as Killer mountain of world? ›

Nanga Parbat is also unofficially referred to as “Killer Mountain,” in part because at least 31 people died trying to climb it before its incredible first ascent in 1953, completed solo and without oxygen, by the legendary Austrian alpinist Hermann Buhl.


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