Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking is undoubtedly an ideal option for everyone who loves to explore something different and something uniquely great. The journey starts from Arunghat and the trail climbs uphill above the Budhigandaki River on the paths clinging precariously to the hillsides. Moving ahead to the north, the trail leads to beautiful alpine meadows and small Tibetan village on the edge of Manaslu. The trail then passes through the village paths decorated with Buddhist Mani stones, prayer wheels and floating prayer flags, finally leading to Samagaon, the largest village of this region. This place offers an incredible view of Mt. Manaslu when seen gives a feel of serene and peace to mind, body, and soul.
Tsum valley is the unexplored and right place to trek for those hikers who looking for less touristic and unspoiled cultures. Tsum means vivid against the majestic backdrop of the Sringi Hmanl, Boudha Ranges, and Ganesh Himal, this serene Himalayan valley is rich in religion, culture and ancient arts. Tsum valley is said that the Buddhist Siant Milarepa had Meditated in the caves of their mountains. Tsum valley is the home of Mu Gompa, historic monasteries, and including Rachen Gompa.
The trials along the trekking route give an impeccable feeling as the surrounding itself is so calm and soothing. Then heading towards the west crossing comes a classic pass, Larkya La situated at an altitude of 5135 m. from where one gets an opportunity to immerse oneself in the panoramic views of the snow-capped Himalayas including Himlung, Manaslu, Annapurna, and Ganesh. One should come and join this trekking adventure with us to know a perfect beauty lies here. The unique blend of nature is totally minded captivating. This recently opened area has a lot to offer every visitor.