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Ascent technical Trekking larkya peak 6249m

Larkya Peak Climbing is a highly rewarding adventure that can be combined with the Manaslu Circuit Trek. This climbing expedition offers a thrilling and fairly technical ascent, providing breathtaking views of the majestic Manaslu peak. It takes you through a newly opened trekking route in the beautiful Manaslu valleys, offering a blend of untouched natural beauty, rich cultural experiences, and diverse biological diversity.

Throughout the climb, you'll have the opportunity to explore ethnic villages, gaining insights into their fascinating history and heritage. Larkya Peak Climbing is a great choice for those seeking the excitement of a challenging climb amidst the purity of diverse cultures and ravishing biodiversity.

From the summit of Thulu Larkya Peak, you'll be rewarded with awe-inspiring views of Mt. Manaslu, Himlung Himal, Ganesh Himal, Annapurna, and other magnificent peaks. The climb includes three summits, but you'll conquer Thulu Larkya Peak, which presents a technical and physically demanding challenge. However, worry not, as an experienced guide will be there to accompany you and provide necessary assistance throughout the journey.


Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our local team warmly welcomes you at the airport. You will then be escorted to the hotel, where you can enjoy some well-deserved relaxation. The itinerary includes a briefing about the trek's progress and presentation, followed by leisure time. If you arrive in the morning, you'll have the entire day at your disposal. This can be used for rest or for those interested, to explore the surroundings freely. It's an ideal chance to deeply experience Nepalese culture and indulge in the local culinary delights.

Transfer to hotel
Final altitude: approximately 1350 m
Meals: Dinner
Accommodation: night in the hotel

Have breakfast and then you have the whole day to explore the best Kathmandu Sightseeing spots with your guide. You can visit and explore one of the most famous Shiva temples, Pashupatinath, recognized as the monkey temple; Swyambhunath, the largest Stupa in the world, also called Boudhanath Stupa; and finally the Royal Palace, Kathmandu Durbar Square. The next day, you will begin your trek on the Annapurna Circuit, so you have to check your equipment to make sure that you are ready for your adventure and climb. Have dinner and stay overnight in the same hotel in Kathmandu
Day tour
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: night in the hotel

We leave by bus in the direction of Pokhara. The road offers great views of the Trisuli River Valley, but shortly after the road turns away from it, we turn north through beautiful tropical scenery. At Arughat Bazaar we change vehicles. We go up the course of the Burhi Gandaki, through fields and rice paddies, to Macchakola, passing through the villages of Arkhet, Almara Lapubesi, and machhakhola.

Drive in a private vehicle
Final altitude:930m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

We continue our progress along the river to Kanigaon and Khola Bensi, with at times beautiful views of the peaks of Ganesh Himal and the Machha Khola valley. We reach Tatopani fairly quickly, on the same bank of the river, where there is a hot spring, then we cross the Budi Gandaki by a suspension bridge to reach Dobhan (1,300 m). The Budi Gandaki valley then narrows before arriving at Jagat.

6hrs of walking
Final Altitude: 1350m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

We evolve on a path on the balcony, sometimes above the river. We cross several villages including that of Philim. Himalayan pines adorn the trail. We change banks several times and the gorges tighten. We arrive at Deng, a village of Tibetan culture with the first Buddhist temple and chortens. 

6hrs of walking
Final Altitude:1,800m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

We cross the region of Kutang, populated by Gurung practicing Buddhism. Many villages and landscapes punctuate the day: forest of pines and bamboos, rivers, torrents, villages of Rana, Ghap, and Bihi before reaching the beautiful stone houses of Namrung. 

7hrs of walking
Final Altitude: 2,630m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

Always along the Budi Gandaki, we cross many villages inhabited by the Bhotias, of Tibetan origin, notably those of Bengsam, Lihi, Sho and Lho. After Sho, the view emerges on the summit of Manaslu (8,163 m) and we are dominated by Himalchuli (7,893 m) and Ngadi Chuli. We also have a beautiful view of the Ganesh Himal. We visit Lho Monastery before continuing to Shyala.

6 hrs of walking
Final Altitude:3,500m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

From Shyala we head towards Sama then we branch off towards the old monastery of Pung Gyen at 3,870 meters above sea level. This stage is a little used variant of the Manaslu tour and allows us to perfect our acclimatization. We are in a wild environment between rock and grassy plateaus. The panorama is exceptional and we admire the Manaslu which is getting closer to us every day. We are not far from the glaciers and the chortens and mani walls remind us of a human presence from a not so distant time. We retrace our steps to take the "classic" path and go to the village of Sama.

 5 hrs of walking
Final Altitude:3,520m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

Acclimatization day. We visit the superb Tibetan village of Samagaon, the monastery and the cells of the nuns, we make a short detour to Lake Birendra Kund (3,570 m) located at the foot of Manaslu. For the fittest and best acclimatized, it is possible to climb to the base camp of Manaslu at 4,850 meters (+1,350 m, -1,350 m and about 10 hours of walking), for this you will have to leave very early on morning and plan a picnic. 

We continue our progress towards the long Mani wall of Kermo Manan and the village of Samdo (3,780 m) located very close to the Tibetan border, not far from the confluence of the Sama Chu with the Budhi Gandaki, and which is home to a community of Tibetan refugees. A caravan trail joins Tibet by the Lajyung pass (5,096 m).

4 hrs of walking
Final Altitude: 3,850m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

Altitude acclimatization day. It is possible to discover the surroundings of Samdo before continuing our progress towards Dharamsala. A stone hut only. Highest camp of the trip, the night will be cold.

4 hrs of walking
about 4,470m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a very rudimentary lodge or in a tent with camp beds

We descend the valley of the Dudh Khola river to the village of Tilije, inhabited by the Gurung ethnic group. We still cross mountain pasture hamlets, then find wooded areas and the first village

7hrs of walking
Final altitude: 1,900m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a lodge

Departure by jeep on the track for 3 hours until Besi Sahar then by bus, which will take us to Kathmandu in about 7 hours by road. 

Free day in Kathmandu. Safety day can also be used during the very in case of bad weather to Summit peak /cross the Larkye pass for example.

free time depending on the departure time of your flight and our representative will drop you at the airport, ending your journey in Nepal. We hope to be of service to you again. Thank you and safe travels.

Trip Included

  • Airport pickup and drop off  in a private car as per schedule.
  • 3-night Hotel in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast basis.
  • Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trekking and climbing period
  • All the necessary paper works and conservation area entry permits.
  • Manaslu  Conservation Fee and special permit
  • TIMS card
  • private vehicle
  • Accommodations in lodges/tea houses (Twin beds basic sharing).
  • An experienced Government licensed guide with fluent English
  • climbing guide (Sherpa)
  • group climbing Equipment (rope, snow bar, ice screw,  carabiner, etc)
  • walkie talkie for communication
  • satellite phone for emergency
  • 1 porter for 2 members for carrying personal gear.
  • Salary, Food, Accommodation, Transportation, and Insurance for the Guide and Porters.
  • Medical basic kit (Please consult your doctor and prepare medicine for yourself)
  • All Government taxes

Trip Excluded

  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel Insurance
  • Any kind of Drinks and Liquors
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, heater, etc.)
  • Optional trips for activities and sightseeing if extended
  • All items not listed in Cost included a section
  • Altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Tips for Trekking Staff
Tipping is an integral part of the country's culture. This gesture of thanks, which varies according to the itinerary and the duration, has become an obligation. A tip is given at the end of the trip to the members of the team. However, it is important that the tip remains a gratuity, our teams being very well remunerated elsewhere. We invite you to distribute tips only if the service has met your expectations, 

Notes: Costs may be subject to change in itinerary. So costs will be recalculated if the trekking/tour days get modified.

Note: For unforeseeable reasons at this stage of climatic hazards, form or deformity of the participants or others (state of the roads, traffic, case of unforeseeable. your guide or guide may have to adapt the program, if necessary for the smooth running of your trip. He remains the sole judge and guarantor of your safety. Walking times are given as an indication and may vary from one participant to another.

Trip Organization

Your Guide and Team, Larkya peak climbing

Your guide, from your arrival in Kathmandu until your departure, is responsible for the success of your trip and oversees your team. Do not hesitate to ask him questions, respect his position as the team leader, and above all follow his advice! Often your guide is the only English-speaking member of the team. In the mountains and, especially when during high-altitude travels, your guide is responsible for the safety of the group. The instructions he gives and the remarks he makes to all participants must be carefully followed. The interest and safety of the trekking group must be preserved, even when it may be to the detriment of an individual member of the group.

Your Nepalese team may consist of several people, each with different responsibilities. They are:

The Guide Leader (Sirdar) is responsible for and leader of the whole team and is treated with respect by all. Often he has earned his position by starting as a porter and rising through the ranks.
climbing sherpa:   is responsible fixed the rope and guide you to the summit 
The Cook is responsible for all meals and is on a trek that doesn’t use lodges for meals. (camping trek )
The Kitchen-boy is an assistant to the cook. ( camping trek )
The Assistant Guide is actively helping clients under the leader’s direction and set camp. 
The Porter is the load carrier for the trekking group. As Nepal is a mountain country with few roads, porters are employed to carry loads. Compliance with regulations and common courtesy dictates the maximum weight carried and the minimum wage paid. Porters are provided with gear based on the routes they follow and with insurance for alpine treks.
Each trekker is allotted the following maximum weights per person: Lodge (tea house) Accommodations: 15 kg maximum; Tent Camping: 22 kg maximum; Expeditions/summit ascents: 20 kg maximum. The porters are given a premium wage for carrying loads over 30 kg. In addition, the Nepal Alpinist Club takes care to take out insurance for the Guide and porters. Specific equipment is allocated to them for crossing passes at altitude (even if wearers often refuse to put on shoes due to lack of habit).

Accommodations in Kathmandu
In Kathmandu, you will accommodate in a hotel. We use different hotels depending on availability. The two preferred hotels are:

Hotel Ramada: Located in the heart of Thamel, this hotel is ideal for walking the bustling streets of Kathmandu. The spacious rooms all have a bathroom, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. A fully equipped and active dining room is available for all meals, and the breakfast buffet offers a wide choice of foods. The hotel offers currency exchange, laundry services, and luggage storage.

Sampada Garden: Located just 20 minutes on foot from Thamel and  Durbar Square, this hotel is convenient for exploring Kathmandu. The rooms have all the necessary comforts for your stay: air conditioning, bathroom, and Wi-Fi. Breakfasts are served as a generous buffet. The hotel provides currency exchange, laundry services, and luggage storage.

Accommodation during the  peak climbing 

For camping, accommodation during the expedition: during the expedition, breakfasts, Lunch, and Dinner are prepared by the kitchen team. They are taken to the mess tent. additional energy food is provided. Purchased locally, they offer a more limited. You can, if you wish, bring some complementary cereal bars adapted to your taste.
For lodge accommodation: meals are prepared by the cooks of the lodge and are taken from the lodge's dining room. 

Here is a typical one-day menu: 

breakfast: eggs, toast or chapati, or Tibetan bread or pancakes, or pancakes, butter/jam, tea or coffee
Lunch: a main course, tea or coffee
Dinner: soup, main course, fruit (fresh or canned), tea or coffee
During the trek, tea or coffee is served with meals. Two cups per person are included. Apart from these included menus, other drinks and foodstuffs will be at your expense.
Water: provide tablets (Hydroclonazone, Micropur, or another type) to disinfect the water you put in your water bottle, depending on the source and on the advice of your guide. It is sometimes possible to buy purified water and refill your water bottle without having to buy bottled water. You can also buy mineral water in the cities (not included in the price) but its ecological balance is poor, as you know. Also, we do not recommend it.

Preparation for the Trek
Preparing for the trek requires several months of preparation with 4 to 6-hour walks every weekend for stamina and participating in a sport that required short periods of high exertion.

Medical check-up
Being in good health is essential to fully enjoy your Alpinist Club trip. If your last medical visit was more than four years ago, please get another general physical exam and tell your doctor the nature of your trip (climate, altitude, difficulty, etc.). The altitude also has the effect of reviving dental problems or other chronic pain, so getting a dental checkup is also prudent. If you are undertaking a high-altitude expedition, we advise you to consult a mountain medicine specialist.

Acute Mountain Sickness
This trip takes place at high altitudes, so some people may experience altitude-related discomforts like headaches, loss of appetite, and swelling of limbs. Most of these symptoms usually go away within a few days, but sometimes they can develop into a serious illness: pulmonary or cerebral edema. There are no preventive drugs for AMS. Diamox diuretic is often effective for symptomatic relief, but you should first check with your doctor to verify that it is not contraindicated for you. Think about it before you go.

Your Personal Trekking   Gear
  • woolen hat 
  • fleece hat 
  • T-shirt 3
  • Thermal full t-shirt (base layer) 
  • Fleece jacket 
  • Down jacket
  • light insulating wear (mid-layer) 
  • Gore-Tex jacket 
  • Thermal Trouser (base layer) 
  • Trekking trousers (flexible ) 
  • down pant 
  • Gore-Tex pants 
  • Gore-Tex gloves 
  • thin/warm gloves 
  • Rain punch 
  • woolen shock (thick) 
  • sandal 
  • camp shoes (sports shoes) 
  • Trekking boot 1
  • sun /glacier glass (uv protect ) 
  • snow gaiter 
  • sleeping bags   
  • personal first aid
  • pocket knife
  • washing soap, towel, tooth pest/ brush
  • sun lotion enough +30 /50 & lip guard 
  • Trekking poles (u can buy in Nepal as well) 
  • headlights, water bottles, Thermos
  • books, a camera, playing card
Climbing gear

  • Climbing helmet 
  • alpine boot
  • crampons (good condition )and fit for alpine boot
  • ATC Guide
  • Ascender (jumar)
  • screw gate carabineer 
  • open gate carabineer  
  • ice Axe normal
  • ice screw  22m  
  • auxiliary cord 8m in length with 6mm diameter
  • dynamic safety cord - 3m length with 8mm diameter
  • harness 
  • tape sling- 180cm- 120 cm

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  • opportunity to interact with local communities a
  • Learn technical mountaineering skills,
  • reaching the summit of Larkya Peak, rewarding breathtaking  views 
  • Climbers are supported by experienced guides and Sherpas 
  • offering opportunities to spot wildlife 
  • 22 Days

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  • Your personalized or tailor-made trip
  • Activity : Expedition
  • Physical Level : Technical
  • Highest pass : 6249m
  • Confort : Basic
  • Group size : 7
  • Accommodation : Hotel - Tea House- Tent
  • Transportation : private vehicle
  • Best Season : Spring - Autumn
  • Trip Starts : Kathmandu - Barpak
  • Trip End : Jagat - kathmandu
  • Customizable trip : Yes

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$ 2370 /Per serson

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  • Our goal is to satisfy you by offering you a quality service at reasonable and affordable prices
  • Our guides are well-trained professionals with large knowledge about different places, cultures, and history
  • Clear designed itineraries, accommodation with locals or in simple hotels, use of local transport, etc

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