Larkya North Peak (6065m) is one the easiest peak to climb in Manaslu region. Rocky Larkya North Peak is just located near to the most popular trekking Larkya La Pass (5160m). This trip will bring you initially to base camp of world’s eight highest mountains Manaslu (8163m). Mount Manaslu is one of iconic eight thousand meter mountain which looks absolutely stunning. Trekking Experts has designed ‘Larkya North Peak Trip’ for beginner mountaineers who would like to climb easy 6000-meter mountain Nepal. Also the trip brings you the base camp of world eight highest mountains. This exclusive Larkya North Peak Trip provides you untouched beauty of Mount Manaslu, brings you closer to Tibet border with Nepal, and experience the culture and lifestyle of both Hindu’s and Buddhists. The off beaten trails take you through many verdantly rich forests of rhododendron trees blooming beautifully, alpine woods like pine, cedar, birch and juniper and delightful meadows.
Larkya North Peak Climbing Trip is a tea-house trek including 2-nights tented camp at high camp which circumnavigates the 8th highest peak in the world. The trek offers you the tastes of both Hindu and Buddhist culture, protected wildlife, rhododendrons and wildflowers, raging rivers, precarious bridges and stunning mountain scenery. The circular tour around Manaslu allows you view other mountains such as Annapurnas to the West and Ganesh Himal to the East it is one of the most graceful of the 8000-meter giants. The circuit takes you from the steamy lowlands with their terraces of rice and millet, through the mighty gorges of the Budhi Gandaki with its turquoise waters and amazing waterfalls. Suspension bridges here are in a league of their own for both length and height, and the yearly monsoon often wash minor bridges away leaving trekkers to use semi-submerged rocks. From Samagaun you’ll take a detour to the Manaslu base camp at 4830 meter and to the small monastery on the almost 4000 meter high east face of Manaslu. For acclimatization, you’ll hike to Samdo Ri from where you can enjoy the fantastic view of the Mount Manaslu. From Samdo, you’ll head towards Larkya High Camp which is just about 2/3 hours’ walk from the Larkya La Pass (5160m). From Larkya High Camp at about 4850 meter, you climb Larkya North Peak (6065m). From the rocky Larkya North Peak, you’ll superb view of mountains including Mount Manaslu. After crossing the Larkya La Pass (5160m), the path leads down quite steeply and the vegetation is now more varied and lush green again. Rhododendron forests line the path, which enchants hikers in spring with their splendor of flowers. At Dharapani you come across the Annapurna circuit and this is where your trekking tour ends. From there you will return to Kathmandu by jeep and bus.
Climb one of easiest 6000-meter peak i.e. Larkya North Peak
Crossing of the Larke Pass (5160m)
Trek through remote villages of Gurung and other ethnic groups
Great Mountain views of Manaslu Himal and surrounding mountain ranges
Gorge that cuts through Ganesh and Himalchuli mountains
Magnificent view of world’s eighth highest peak Mount Manaslu (8163m)
Captivating flora and fauna
Cultural exploration between Hindu’s and Buddhists
Possibility of spotting a wild endangered species like Snow Leopard and Paroramic Mountain views from Larke Pass