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Mt. Manaslu Expedition (8163m)
Mt. Manaslu Expedition (8163m) Mt. Manaslu Expedition program is announced for those who are trekking for climbing the world’s eight highest mountain peak. This Peak also known as Kutang is the eighth highest peak in the world.It is at the altitude of 8163 meters. It lies at the edge of one of the most scheduled Himalayan Valley in the central-western Nepal. The Mt. Manaslu Expedition is also one of the alternatives Mountain Expedition of Mt Cho Oyu from Tibet. It is easy and interesting even other than nine 8000m Expeditions in Nepal. Some experienced mountaineers used to say that this expedition is even better experience than Cho Oyu for mountaineering training to become accustomed to Mt. Everest Expedition to their next trip.,
Mt.Manaslu has its long ridges and valley glaciers, which provide feasible approaches from all directions culminating in a peak that towers steeply above its surrounding landscape . At least six different routes to Mt.Manaslu Expedition exist today of which the south face is the most challenging in climbing history. The Manaslu climbing route follows a relatively straightforward line to the summit, which has few technical sections.,
Normally four camps will be set up during climbing after Advanced Base Camp. After Mt.Manaslu Base Camp climbers has to bear a few stretches of steep climbing and crevasses from Camp I to Camp II, slippery snow climbing is required from Camp II to Camp III and possibility of facing avalanches from Camp III to Camp IV during the attempts. As per record, Japanese team from the Budhi Gandaki Valley made the first attempt to this mountain in 1953. However, it was unsuccessful and the first ascent had succeeded only in 1956. www.gurlamandatatrekking.com,,,
1. Never trek alone. Hire a guide if you can’t find companion.
2. Choose trekking companies/guides with eco friendly concepts.
3. Become informed about high altitude sickness.
4. Carry a good medicine kit .
5. Watch where you are walking. Don’t step backward blindly while taking photos .
6. Time your trek generously taking rest while trekking is not a sign of weakness.