Manaslu trekking is relatively remote trek taking you through the thick forest, making through several rivers and streams, crossing suspension bridges, witnessing the astounding beauty of mountains and breathtaking landscape. Exploring in the untouched and less influenced villages in the Manaslu region, you shall get plenty of opportunity to explore your cultural thirst. Despite the beauty, adventure, and culture that the Manaslu region offers, Manaslu region has attracted a lesser number of trekkers in comparison to other classic treks. Manaslu trekking difficulty can be one of the reasons why this destination isn’t so popular. However, don’t worry about the adversity of the landscape; the region is moderately difficult compared to any other treks in Nepal. You shall make through several passes, narrow gangways, glacial streams, and rugged route which might not be as frequent as they are in Manaslu trekking.
No matter how rugged the route is, you shall not find any severe challenge to complete the trek with a moderate level of body fitness. You aren’t required to have any athletic body fitness for successful completion of the trek. Ensure that your body can endure walking for long duration for some days continuously. If you also have previous experience of trekking in mountain and hilly area, you will be able to take advantage of that. These previous trekking experiences prepare you for the high altitude areas; your body becomes familiar with the less oxygen content air, and adapting into this atmosphere becomes familiar to you. But this doesn’t mean you will not have any difficulty there. No matter how many times you have been to this region, the Manaslu trekking difficulty is something that you shouldn’t ignore, especially the altitude sickness. The altitude sickness can even lead to the death of an individual.
March to May and September to November are considered the best times for the Manaslu region to complete this trek. October is the busiest month in the year; which may not be as crowded as other classic treks, however, in comparison to the number of trekkers in other months, October faces the highest number of trekkers. Trekking during the winter season isn’t impossible in this region, however, doing so during the month of winter can be really miserable. You might even have to make through some of the icy sections, crossing through which requires some additional gears. Also, keep in mind that most of the teahouses in the Bimthang area remain closed from late November to early February. Most of the people from the high altitude areas during winter migrate to the low altitude areas. Thus, the season you are trekking in might also increase the Manaslu trekking difficulty.
It is very important to trek slow, taking plenty of time for rest; your body requires some time to adapt in the high altitude areas that contain very less amount of oxygen in the air. Trekking in the remote areas of Nepal with the not very dense settlement isn’t what everybody can do easily. This trek isn’t for the beginners for sure, especially if you haven’t done any exercises keeping the trek in mind, at all. Manaslu trekking difficulty is affected by lots of different factors, your physical condition, the season you trek during, and the capacity of your body to endure long hours of walking in the rugged landscape. Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is a leading trekking agency in the Manaslu area that has taken trekkers from around the world to the Manaslu region successfully. For any trek in Nepal, or any information about our services, do not hesitate to contact us; we shall be pleased to avail you the true information. Let us be your guide in the Manaslu region, you shall not be disappointed with our services.