Manaslu Circuit Trek

Nepal has been a honeypot for adventurers alike. From those wanting to explore culture, to the mountains, to the summits, I think everyone can agree just how majestic this place is.

In this episode, Andrew talks through the itinerary for his Manaslu Circuit Trek. Trekking through forests, past waterfalls, viewing 8000 metre peaks, and a rare animal… I’ll let you find out which!

West of Larke pass view of Annapurna II

Andrew was repeatedly met with stunning views of some of the world’s largest mountains. His passion for photography clearly shines through.

Samagaon old farmstead view

Detailing the trek in detail, we talk about stay overs, some top advice, and his experience of the route.

Larke Pass summit 5106m – No snow and no breeze

For a more visual experience, check out the video he produced below:

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