The Manaslu Circuit trek offers the amazing ethnic and scenic diversity, still relatively un-trekked; the lush rice paddies and traditional villages of Nepal's 'Middle Hills'. This Manaslu trek lead us to high Himalayan passes, purely Tibetan villages, spectacular snow-peak panoramas and wonderful campsites. The trekking around Manaslu has long been a restricted area due to the close proximity of the Tibetan border and is now open, but only for organized groups.  The trek is geographically spectacular and culturally fascinating. The inhabitants of the upper Buri Gandaki, a region known as Nupri ('the western mountains'), are direct descendants of Tibetan immigrants. Their speech, dress and customs are almost exclusively Tibetan. Gurung, Magar, Chhetri and Tamang are the other inhabitants living on this trekking region.  From the top of this pass you are rewarded with a stunning panorama looking towards Himlung Himal (7,126m/23,379ft), Manaslu & the Annapurna peaks, with the peaks of Ganesh Himal (7,406m/24,298ft) rounding off the east. The descent passes is through the alpine meadows of Bimtang to join the renowned Annapurna Circuit at Thonje. Tillman first surveyed this region in 1950 on his reconnaissance of Annapurna.

Qualification: Manaslu Larkya La trek is arduous trek and require a good experience of trekking and a good physical condition. 

Outline Itinerary

  • Arrival Day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft.)
  • Half-Day Tour in Kathmandu Valley. Trek Preparation Day.
  • Kathmandu to Aarughat (570 m) to Sotikhola (730m):7 hrs
  • Sotikhola to Machhakhola (930m): 6 hrs
  • Machhakhola to Jagat (1370 m): 7hrs
  • Jagat to Deng (1830m): 7 hrs
  • Deng to Namrung (2540 m): 7 hrs
  • Namrung to Lho (3180m) 4 to 5 hrs
  • Lho- Samagaun (3390m)- 4 hrs
  • Day Exploration in Sama Gaun.
  • Samagaun to Samdo (3800mm): 3-4 hrs
  • Samdo to Dharmasala or Larke Phedi (4460m) 4 to 5 hours
  • Dharmasala to Larkya Pass (5213m) and to Bhimtang (3720 m) 8-9 hrs
  • Bhimtang to Tilje (2300m) to Dharapani (1860m) 6-7 hours
  • Dharapani- Syange walking( 4 hours) & Drive to Besisahar & Private Car Drive to Kathmandu
  • Departure from Kathmandu

Important Trip Notes & Activities

Pleased acknowledge that you are joining us for the adventure trip in remote Himalayan region, where weather conditions, health and fitness of the member or unexpected natural disaster can compel us to change the itinerary and if so you have to understand it but we would try our best to keep the suggested itinerary as per the original schedule.

Your safety and satisfaction of the trip is our prime concern while travelling with us and we ensure you our best team, logistics, professional services to make sure that you would have an amazing trip of lifetime with us. Also note that our trip leader deserved the final decision if the trip has to amend, change the route or cancel due to the extreme conditions for the safety precaution. However, he will try his best to ensure that the trip runs as according to the stated plan but be prepared for flexibility if necessary.


Day 01

Arrival Day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft.)

Upon arrival to Kathmandu, we will meet you at the airport, and take you to your hotel in Kathmandu. Once you have settled in, you will be introduced you to your guide, to go through all necessary details including a kit check. We will then take you to our favorite local restaurant for dinner & Overnight. 

Day 02

Half-Day Tour in Kathmandu Valley. Trek Preparation Day

Today after breakfast, you will have guided tour of Kathmandu Valley. Visit includes to Monkey Temple, Pashupatinath Temple and Buddhnath. Free afternoon and last minute preparation for the trek. O/N at Kathmandu. 

Day 03

Kathmandu to Aarughat (570 m) to Sotikhola (730m):7 hrs

This morning, after an early breakfast, we will transfer you to Aarughat by Jeep (Takes about 5 hours), then fine another local Jeep (Road syndicate from local transport association) onward from Aarughat to Sotikhola, which takes another 2 hours. Most of the day drive is great through the Nepalese highway, through the river valleys and wonderful landscape. Our drive passes through, Dhading district (local areas of Malakhu, Dhading Besi- headquarter of Dhading District, Salyantar- great view of Ganesh Himal & Manaslu then to Aarughat).  Aarughat is situated in riverbank of Budi Gandaki River Valley. And drive from Aarughat to Sotikhola is through the Gandaki Valley. O/N at Mt. Lodge in Sotikhola. 

Day 04

Sotikhola to Machhakhola (930m): 6 hrs

From today, we will start our wonderful hike to Manaslu. Breakfast, and then start our walking following the riverbank of Gandaki Valley on steps ups and downs hills on narrow trail famous for donkey and horse, remote valley in Manaslu. While on trek today, we will pass through interesting and natural local villages of Khursanibari and Lapubesi to Machhakhola. After lunch, we will continue walking along a winding mountain overlooking the river through forested hill, and then it starts the wide and open valley of farmland as Machhakhola for overnight. Machhakhola is a small but pleasant village built on the slopes of the hill with several lodging options and a notable lodge development.  There’s also a "Birthing Clinic” in the village and when the doctor’s here you can get some basic medicine and treatment if needed. O/N at Mt. Lodge in Machhakhola.

Day 05

Machhakhola to Jagat (1370 m): 7hrs

Today, we will cross the Machhakhola then follow a narrow trail on the left bank of the Budi Gandaki following several ups and downs, and slippery rocks if rainy days. Tropical vegetation adds its charm, together with the thrilling suspension bridges that start to be a regular attraction in this trek. On reaching to Tatopani-990m (Natural Hot Spring spot, worth taking natural hot bath) and it is a tiny point of 2-3 houses on the narrow trail between the gushing Budhi Gandaki and a tremendous cliff. Further short walking brings us to the Dobhan (1070m), a small village with a basic lodging option. After an additional hour climb to Thado Bharyang, we will reach to Sauli. After a short waking from Sauli, the Gandaki is quite impressive as it descends rapidly in nice cascades. The valley then opens in Yuru (1330m) then to Jagat for tonight. In Jagat, it has MCAP office, where we would have to check in our trekking permit and MCAP ticket, and will be able to learn about MCAP activities in the region. Jagat is impressive village with its slate-paved streets giving it quite a tidy touch. It is relatively central village with an elementary school where 70 children from the nearby villages get their education. Villagers in Jagat make their living from Tourism, Agriculture, education, and government positions such as police check point and customs office.

Day 06

Jagat to Deng (1830m): 7 hrs

The trail from Jagat descends to the pleasant village of Salleri. It also has a slate paved main street, smiling locals and some lodges, then to Sirdibash, which is quite a ‘compact’ village with nice stone houses and slate roofs. Shortly, you will reach to the small village of Ghate Khola with 2 water-operated mills (Interesting to see even now how traditional way of grinding mills since ages alive!). In a short walking further, it crosses the suspension bridge over Budhi Gandaki River and step up to Philim, a big Gurung village. Philim is a central village in the area. It has a secondary school including accommodation for 300 children, supported by the Japanese. It has MCAP office as well for checked in to the region. We will have our lunch break here. Further, walk to Deng will pass by Ekle Bhati, nature to Nyak another Gurung village of this region. Deng Village itself is located on the mountain slope high above the trail. These days, new Mt. Lodge and Guesthouse has started here for tourist services.  O/N at Deng. 

Day 07

Deng to Namrung (2540 m): 7 hrs

Moving on north you pass through the tiny village of Rana gaon (1980m) with some dramatic views of the Budhi Gandaki gorge. Two hours walk from Deng you reach Bihi Phedi (1985m). From here, the trail climbs through the forest to the village of Prok (2380m). Prok is located on a small, surprising plateau above the river. It seems like a village stuck back in time, with beautiful traditional houses, large fields, welcoming residents and an interesting active local Gompas (Monasteries). Further, descend to Ghap, and then the trail goes into a charming fairy forest. Here, we do have two option trails to Namrung following upper route or lower route through forest. Before reaching to Namrung, the trail crosses the Budhi Gandaki twice on wooden bridges above beautiful gorges for Namrung. O/N at Mt. Lodge in Namrung. 

Day 08

Namrung to Lho (3180m)  4 to 5 hrs

The trail from Namrung goes through the beautiful small plateau of Bhanzam, with barley fields and stone houses in between. On the entrance to the village of Lihi branch right to a small flat area with 360 degrees view of the surrounding area. The attractions of Lhi are Barley terraces and chortens with carving of holy Buddhist mantras and sketches. After crossing the Hinang Khola, we will arrive to the village of Sho Lho Sho, Lho and Shyala Village. Today, we will have full evening to explore in Lho. A large Gompa that includes a home for more than 150 children that get their education here dominates Lho. The Gompa and its dormitories are located on the slopes of a hill above the village. The top of the hill is a recommended viewpoint to first (and some would say best) view of Mount Manaslu. Manaslu is seen here at its best, with its "fishtail” twin peaks. It is highly recommended to view Manaslu as it fades during sunset, but better during sunrise, when the morning glow shines on its top. You don’t have to climb all the way to the hilltop – the area above the Gompa gate is a perfect viewpoint. O/N at Mt. Lodge in Lho.

Day 09

Lho- Samagaun (3390m)- 4 hrs

The trail from Lho climbs through quite a beaten forest towards Shyala (352m), then the trail on crosses the slope that drains Punggen glacier and reaches Samagaon through a nice flat area where you will always see lovely views of Yaks grazing. O/N at Mt. Lodge in Samagaun.

Day 10

Day Exploration in Sama Gaun.

Today, we will spend full day of acclimatization and exploration in Samagaon. Samagaon is a lovely village, where houses are aligned in rows along a small river and face nice courtyards. The fields are located on both sides of the village above its houses level. Lodges are located north of the village, and they are full of action especially during the Manaslu climbing expedition’s periods.Day trip could be taken from Samagaon to Manaslu Base Camp – the first station of the Manaslu expeditions, and villagers are often called to help carry stuff to and from the base camp, adding them a significant source of income. While spending extra day in Samagaun, you could do day trip to Manaslu Base Camp or visit to Punggen Gumba and enjoy exploring village etc. O/N at Samagaun at Mt. Lodge.

Day 11

Samagaun to Samdo (3800mm): 3-4 hrs

Today, our trek to Samdo is short due to the altitude gain and acclimatization proposes. With easy morning and breakfast, then cross Budi Gandaki river through the wooden bridge in to the side stream. Here, it has intersection to go to, Manaslu Base Camp (on North) and to Samdo Village. From here, the trail ascent ups the village of Samdo. Samdo is a tiny lovely village located just under the majestic Samdo peak (6335m) and the Samdo glacier. Only few lodges are available here. From Samdo, we could also have option of making a day side trip to Tibetan Border (Subject to security). O/N at Guest House in Samdo.

Day 12

Samdo to Dharmasala or Larke Phedi (4460m) 4 to 5 hours

From Samdo, the trail will continue passing through passing fields and old mani walls, then descend to the river and croos the wooden bridge to Larkya Bazaar which used to be a very famous old Bazaar for trading to this region peoples but now nothing really remains. From here, trail start to climb with view of huge Larkya Glaicer ahead. A final push over with steep climbing closed the Larkya Glacier and to reach Dharmasala for the overnight. Dharamshala is a wide gradual mountain slope with campsite and a lodge called "Larke Rest House”. It was renovated in 2011 and now equipped with Guest house facilities for overnight stay, but in off season, it could get closed. O/N at Guest House. 

Day 13

Dharmasala to Larkya Pass (5213m) and to Bhimtang (3720 m) 8-9 hrs

This is “the big day” so an early start is must. With light and quick breakfast, with the support of headlamp or torch at early morning (5:00), start walking to Larkala passes. Immediately above from Dharmasala, the trail becomes rocky as it goes along a moraine. In almost of two hours walking, you reach a beautiful turquoise lake that reflects the surrounding snowy mountains. Depending on the season that you reach here, the lake could be partially frozen but in colder months, it may be totally frozen. Further, the trail climbs on numerous rocky moraines – hills. These rocky hills and snowy ridges beyond now surround you. Just before Larke pass there are several small shallow lakes, before the final climb to the prayer flags marking the first part of Larke Pass. It takes 4-5 hours to reach Larke Pass from Dharamshala. From the top, the mountain vista to the west is incredible - Himlung Himal (7126m), Chap Himal, Gyaji Kang, Kang Guru (6981m) and Annapurna II (7937m) seen great. Now after top, the trail is followed by a steep tiresome descend down through a slippery trail towards the moraine of Salpudanda glacier. The trail then becomes gradual as it goes along the moraine and parallel to Bhimtang glacier towards Bhimtang. O/N at Bhimang. 

Day 14

Bhimtang to Tilje (2300m) to Dharapani (1860m) 6-7 hours

Bhimtang is a small settlement with few guesthouses, surprising spot located between Bhimtang glacier and the slopes of Larke Himal range. View from Bhimtang is great on Annapurna’s with stunning views of Mt. Lamjung, Himlung, Annapurna and Mt. Manaslu itself. The vegetation here is lush and colorful, and the trail crosses the foot of the Bhimtang glacier through fantastic scenery. From here, we mostly descend through the rhododendron and firs forest and long pastures takes you to the lovely village of Tilche (2300m). And village has welcoming atmosphere, with a few lodges, and it is rich with agricultural activity.Exit the village through a stone arch, cross the Dudh Khola and follow along its embankment descending through scrub forest. The walls of the Marsyangdi Valley loom larger and finally the houses of Dharapani appear in the distance. Pass through Thonje via a wooden bridge and through a chorten-shaped arch and Dharapani lies across a long suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi. Dharapani is in the regular and famous trail to Annapurna Circuit. O/N at Dharapani. 

Day 15

Dharapani to Syange Trek ( 4 hrs), Drive to Besisahar ( Share Jeep Or Bus) & Drive to Kathamndu by private vehicle 

Today, we will ahve easy walking down hill to Syange via beautiful river valley areas crossing through beautiful chamjaand jagat villages. From Syange, we will take available Jeep sharing drive to Besisahar. From Besisahar, we drive back to Kathmandu by private vehicle. Eveninng, we host farewell dinner in one of hte finest restaurant in town, feedback of the trip. O/N at Kathmandu.

Day 16

Departure from Kathmandu

Breakfast and free morning. Free time onwards. On time, transfer to airport for your flight back home and the trip ends.

Price: US $1490 per person

Inclusions

Airport Pick Up & Drop Services:

Pick Up: » Welcomes you with garland of flower in Kathmandu International Airport and transfer to your hotel by our representative.

Drop to Airport »: By means of appropriate private vehicle, with our airport representative, drop to airport as per the itinerary required and the last minute transfer to airport after trip for onward journey.

Accommodations & Meals: (All twin sharing basis)

Kathmandu »: 3 Star twin sharing accommodation with breakfast as per itinerary- Hotel Apsara Boutique or Similar  

While on Trek »:

Food: Full board of meals (Breakfast, Lunch and dinner with tea coffee in cups for 3 times a day, chocolate and seasonal fruits as well).

Accommodations en trek: All the accommodation while on trekking to Manaslu Circuit is based on Mt. Lodge and Mt. Tea Houses. Especially while staying a nights at Samdo and Dharapani & Besisahar, you will have attached bath, toilet mountains lodges but others places would only be basis Mt. lodges/ Tea Houses.

Trek Guide/ Assistance Guide & Porter/s:

One Advanced Adventure Trek Leader (Fluent English speaking, first aid and eco- trained & over 10 years of experienced guide), assistance guide as per group size, sherpa porter for carrying luggage (2 travelers will have one porter), all of their cost, payment and insurance

Welcome & Farewell dinner »:

We will take you to one of Nepal’s finest restaurants with typical music and dance for welcome dinner and farewell will be in one of the finest restaurant in town

Transportation:

Sightseeing and tour , and transfer in city by private vehicle. Kathmandu- Soti Khola by Jeep and Besisahar to Kathmandu by private car.

Tour /Trek Permit:

The entire National Park Fees/ Trekking Permits and Tim’s card for the trekking

Others:

Sleeping bag and down jacket for the trip, Duffle bag and trekking t-shirt, AA adventure certificate, All applicable government and local taxes as per the itinerary

Exclusions

Visa: Nepal entry visa fee (USD 25 for 15 days and USD- 40 for 1 month)

Airfare: International Airfares to /out Nepal

Meals: » Lunch in Kathmandu (If any)

Drinks: » All cold drinks and any beverages are not included on trip price.

Tips: Tips to guide and porter

Insurance: » You have to make your travel insurance by yourself before leave for travel. 

All prices are in US dollars and do not include international airfare, unless otherwise noted.
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OUR GUIDES, TRIP AND SAFETY

Because these hikes take you on the remote Himalayan region, it is very essential that you are accompanied with the very experienced and qualified leader for the safe and successful trip. We Advanced Adventure employee the local trek guide and stuff who are trained and qualified on the trip we worked on. Our guides are trained and licensed from Nepal Gov. certify from Nepal Tourism Board.

At every trip, there would be our one Trek leader and one assistance leader on each additional 2 peoples on the trek- this arrangement would ensure that even if any of our guide/ assistance guides get sick or if any travelers gets sick and need to be back or delay the days of walking, it would still works smoothly and there would not be any impact on our original trek plan. Also each two trekker would have one Sherpa helper for carrying your trekking bags.

MEALS & ACCOMMODATION

While staying in Kathmandu, your accommodation is 3 star deluxe hotels which is relax and comfort staying and while in trek, your accommodation is at Mt. Lodge and local tea houses. Our entire accommodation is at twin share unless stated but single supplement accommodation is also available on personal request at the additional cost of US$- 300.  

In Kathmandu, only breakfast and dinner is included on the offered trip itinerary but while in trek full board of meals is included (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, and Tea- Coffee). We provide you fresh and hygienic food from the local tea- house/ Mt. Lodge from en route. Breakfast and Dinner is provided from the same tea- house/ guesthouse we would overnight but Lunch would be en route in day walking in between.

Foods provided are depends on the availability of the Mt. lodges we would be staying but in general, you can have a good choice of food, eg. Nepalese foods (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, various soups, Momo’s (Steamed Dumplings), potatoes, pastas and even a version of pizza!  So, over all you have a different choice of food on trek.

TREKKING SEASONS

We do have two best seasons to attempt this trek to Manaslu Circuit Trek As this is your trip of lifetime experience, we do always suggest you to come at the right time of the year as far as possible for the great trip with great weather and excellent visibility.

SPRING- (March, April, May) - Best warmest time to trek. Best weather, excellent visibility, Rhododendron flowers in bloom- excellent trails and clear skies. Good & pleasant temperature. Best time for trekking to Everest Base Camp.

AUTUMN- (September, October and November) - Best weather conditions, excellent visibility, pleasant temperature. Best season for trekking to Everest Base Camp.

WINTER MONTHS- (December, January and February) is also good, but it’s obviously colder. You have to be prepared for this. But trekking is very much doable by these seasons as well. It required walking in a fresh snow from 3500m and above most of time. It could often snow every day so preparation of best warm clothing is must.

SUMMER/ MONSOON (End of June, July & August)- It often rain, weather condition and visibility can be a poor for regularly for several days, and trekking could be very wet. We usually do not recommend this season for trek but if you would like to take a change, you could come to this trek at this time and if you are lucky, you could still have a good trip with excellent weather and visibility, but no guarantee at all!

MOUNTAIN WEATHER

The weather conditions in the mountains are notoriously difficult to predict. During the day it can be nice and warm and the nights are generally always cooler.

The weather you will experience on this Trek is extreme and rather unpredictable so it is best to be prepared for all eventualities. Temperature during the trek to Manaslu Circuit, trekking up to 3500m, the expected temperature during a day is from 5 to 15 Degrees Celsius during Spring Months and 4 to 10 Degrees Celsius during the Autumn Months. The nights can fall into 0 to -2.  Temperature above 4500m, the expected temperature during the day is from 0 to 4 Degrees Celsius at Spring Months and 0 to -2 Degrees Celsius at Autumn Months. The night temperature can fall into 0 to minus 8 to 10 Degrees Celsius at Spring Months, and temperature can fall into 0 to minus 8 to 12 Degrees Celsius at Autumn Months.

However, above given chats of temperature are the expected but temperature can be different as per the everyday weather conditions of the mountain so it is unpredictable. Expect the unexpected!

ACCLIMATIZATION 

There is no way to prepare for altitude other than to spend time at altitude. Being in very good physical condition will help ameliorate some of the exhaustion that people often feel, but it will not prevent altitude caused medical problems such as Acute Mountain Sickness.

This itinerary was designed with a high degree of awareness of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) in mind and to ensure a comfortable and safe adventure trek in the Himalayas. Staying well hydrated and getting plenty of rest may help.  The maximum elevation of this trek will be reached at Larka-la Pass at 5140 m above sea level. However, since it takes at least 10 days to reach this altitude, it is not considered a high-risk zone for AMS. We have specially designed our trek itinerary with keeping maximum acclimatization days into the itinerary to make you acclimatize but ultimately your response at altitude is due to genetic factors.

Trekking above from 4000m, walking will be more difficult because of the drop in oxygen levels and the humidity. At these heights there is around 30%- 40% less oxygen than at sea level, so your body needs time to adapt these conditions and it is absolutely essential to have sufficient time for acclimatization. That’s why; in this given itinerary all of these factors have been taken into consideration while design this itinerary to minimize the risk of AMS.

ADDITIONAL TRIP PREPARATION

PASSPORT & VISA INFORMATION

Nepal Visa is the easiest visa to obtain; you may buy your Nepal Visa at your nearest Nepalese Embassy/ Consulate or Mission offices abroad or buy this upon on arrival to Kathmandu international airport as per your convenient.

You should have to have 2 passport size photographs, Visa fees should be paid in USD cash & passport must be valid at least for 6 months at the starting of the trip.

Tourist Visa Fees:

Multiple entry                           15 Days                  - US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry                           30 Days                  - US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry                           90 Days                  - US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

(For further information, please, contact Department of Immigration, Maitighar, Impact Building, Kathmandu, and Tel:    00977-1-4221996 / 4223590 / 4222453- Download visa form-: www.immi.gov.np

TRAIN YOURSELF

This trip requires walking on altitude above 4000m – 5545m from sea level for the duration of 5 to 6 days. So it is very essential that you should be preparing for this trek before reaching to join us at our trek date at Kathmandu. The best preparation you can do is to hike, even if it is under gym conditions. Running will help your stamina but does not fully prepare your muscles for a strenuous hike.  

Go for walks. It is advisable to go for frequent walks, which should include some uphill and downhill sections if possible in your surroundings. Take your daypack with you with at least a weight of three kilograms or more. This will simulate the conditions you will encounter while on your trekking with us.  Join a gymnasium. Ask your gym instructor to work out a fitness program that consists of progressive resistance exercises. An experienced instructor will be able to tailor a safe exercise regime based on your age, condition and strength. Work with a schedule those progresses to higher resistance or weights as you develop your fitness.

VISIT YOUR MEDICAL DOCTOR:

Please do visit your medical doctor; consult him before heading to such altitude trekking destination.  Those who have a problem of heart, lung, respiratory or blood should talk with their medical doctor and take his reference and report us before planning this trip with us. We deserve not to take those on our trip who are having such medical conditions.

TRAVEL INSURANCE:

You must obtain personal travel insurance to join us for our Himalayan trips. You must be having a travel insurance, which must cover helicopter evacuation, trip cancellation and medical expenses. And it is suggested that you buy your insurance policy from you homeland country before travelling, as it is difficult buying local travel insurance policy at Nepal.

VACCINATION:

Vaccination is required to plan to your trip to Nepal but it is not a must to have thing to come, but highly suggested. Your doctor will have the information of vaccination you would require to the country you will be travelling. Hepatitis A, Japanese Encephalitis, Polio, Rabies, Tetanus, Typhoid and Malaria etc. are the recommended vaccination for travel Nepal. 

Notation: Airport Stops Route

Equipments

It is very important to have right seasonal Clothing & Equipments for the safe and enjoyable trek in Nepal. Here below, we have listed the required equipments for traveling to Nepal and its Himalayas. Please remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. 

Head:
Sun hat or scarf 
Light balaclava or warm fleece hat 
Sunglasses with UV protection

 

Hands:
Lightweight gloves 
Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer

 

Upper Body:
T-shirts (2) 
Light and expedition weight thermal tops 
Fleece jacket or pullover 
Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional) 
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric)
shell jacket 

T- Shirt and Down Jacket
Advanced Adventure provide you this

 

Lower Body:
Underwear (4) 
Hiking shorts (2) 
Lightweight cotton long pants 
Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms 
Fleece or wool pants 
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
 

Feet:
Thin, lightweight inner socks (4) 
Thick, warm wool hiking socks (4) 
Hiking boots with spare laces 
Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals)
Gaiters for hiking in winter to the base camp
 

Accessories:
Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F - Advanced Adventure provide this 
Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries 
Small pad or combination lock-to-lock for trek bag- Advanced Adventure provide Trekking Duffle Bag.
Basic First Aid Kit (see Health and Medicinal) 
Large plastic bags - for keeping items dry inside trek bag 
Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches) 
Thermarest sleeping pad 
Water bottles (2)
Toiletries
Small wash towel

Extras/Luxuries:
Binoculars 
Reading book 
Trail Map/Guide book 
Journal & Pen 
Walkman 
Pencils and small notebooks 
Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble

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