Manaslu Tsum valley trekking is one another popular trips in Manaslu region. Mt. Manaslu (8,156 m), is the eight highest peaks in the world. Tsum valley is one of the exciting and least explored mountain valleys in the Manaslu region, besides it is also regarded to be a sacred valley. This trekking, therefore, is combined with the trip to high mountain pass, rocky and sloppy mountain range, along with the incredible valley, picturesque settlements of various ethnic communities residing alongside the trail, so as one of the highest mountain peaks. Similarly, you will retrace at the side of a classic route to Mt. Manaslu.
Therefore, while having this trekking, you will not only have an opportunity to explore the range of mountains located in the Manaslu and Annapurna region, but also Tsu, one of the most secret and incredible valley, the picturesque settlements resided by various ethnic communities, their unique rituals, culture and lifestyles and many more, you also can extend your trekking to another amazing mountain valley called Nar-Phu valley as well. You will have an opportunity to explore all around not only the rocky and sloppy hills but also the numerous of the Buddhist monastery, holy land because Tsum valley is regarded to have been mediated by Buddhist saint Milarepa and Buddhist Guru Padmasambhava, therefore this is one of the most adventure and pilgrimage trekking.
Alongside of the picturesque trail, you will have awesome views of the mountains namely Mt. Manaslu, Himalchuli, Ganesh Himal and numerous of other mountains located in the areas, take beautiful snaps of the mountains, incredible valleys, rocky and sloppy hills, the snow-capped mountain pass namely Ngula Dhoj Hyang (5,093 m), Yamdro Pass (5,326 m). Therefore, this is regarded to be one of the adventure trekking trips in the country.
Manaslu Tsum valley trekking begins with a short drive from Kathmandu to Arughat and then your journey continues alongside Soti Khola, Machha Khola and through Jagat, your voyage passes through Chumling, Chhokangparo and then enters into Dupchet and then Thongbu, Lungdang, Rachhen Gompa, Dumje and finally reach around Tsum valley and after making an excursion all around, you will get back to Arughat alongside the Soti Khola and the get back to Arughat, from where you will catch public bus and then return back to Kathmandu.