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26 Days 25 Night
Larkya Peak 6249m is in the Manaslu region which is least common to western tourist and is rated the 60th tallest peak standing in the world. The route to the majestic Larkya peak leads through Gorkha in the northwest. Top from Larkya peak inspiring view of Kang Guru (6981m), Annapurna II (7937m), Himlung Himal (7126m) is at its best. This peak is a bit tricky but is not so difficult to climb technically. Along the route, there are settlements offering the opportunity to discover sites and natives with a different culture, ancient monasteries, prayer flags and wheels dotted along are always a familiar sight throughout the trek.
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to the Hotel.
Day 02: Trek preparation day/Climbing permit issue and necessary paperwork arrangements.
Day 03: By Bus: Kathmandu/Gorkha/Kalikasthan (1210m).
Day 04: Kalikasthan/Gairichap (1420m, 6h).
Day 05: Gairichap/Thala (2215m, 6h).
Day 06: Thala/Darche pass (3245m)/Shambe (2930m, 6h).
Day 07: Shambe/Laprak (2200m, 3h).
Day 08: Laprak/Khorla Besi (1200m, 6h).
Day 09: Khorla Besi/Jagat (1300m, 6h).
Day 10: Jagat/Pewa (1900m, 6h).
Day 11: Nyak Besi/Ghap (2400m, 5h).
Day 12: Ghap/Sho (2700m, 5h).
Day 13: Sho/Sama Gaun (3400m, 5h).
Day 14: Sama Gaun/ Samdo (3800m, 4h).
Day 15: Acclimatization.
Day 16: Samdo/Larke Glacier (Dharamshala 4400m, 4h).
Day 16-20: Climbing Period.
Day 21: Larke Glacier/Bhimtang (3800m, 8h).
Day 22: Bhimtang/Tilije (2300m, 7h).
Day 23: Tilije/Jagat (1300m, 7h).
Day 24: Jagat/Bhulbhule (800m, 7h).
Day 25: By Bus: Bhulbhule/Besisahar/Kathmandu (157 km/7-8 hours: Drive by bus.
Day 26: Final departure transfer to Airport.
Max. Altitude: 6346 m.
Duration: 27 days.
Trek Days: 23 days.
Type of trek: Lodge/Camp.
Nepal Trekking Equipment List
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Recommended Mountaineering Kit
In addition to the items mentioned above for trekking, the following is a list of the additional specialist items which are required for the trekking peaks.
Plastic or leather mountaineering boots, with gaiters and crampons that have been tested for a good fit.
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