Larkey Peak is 6249m, the only Peak climbing destination in the Manaslu region, Manaslu is the eighth-highest mountain in the world at 8163m. The destination mountain is located in the north-central part of Nepal. The trail progresses after driving to Machha Khola to avoid the motorable road. One can experience a great change of vegetation since it progresses through tropical to sub-alpine and timberland. The least climbed peak goes around the famous Manaslu circuit trekking route until the Larkey pass and we approach the peak. The entire destination is located at a remote trekking destination with a number of lakes, glaciers, and forests. The Manaslu region captivates the unique culture and lifestyle of the Tibetan tribe.
The landscape of the location is one of the main attractions of this area. Once we arrive at the higher altitude we are surrounded by lofty peaks and a beautiful monastery preserved by the locals. There are many peaks in this region however our expert teams select only dominating and favorable Larkey peak of 6249m for your rewarding experience. The other Himalayas of this region are Mt. Himalchuli 7893m | 25896ft, Ngadi Chuli 7871m | 25823ft, Shringi 7187m | 23,579ft, Langpo 6668m | 21877ft and Saula 6235m | 20456ft. The area is an important habitat for the snow leopard, grey wolf, musk deer, blue sheep, and the Himalayan Thar, the birds including golden eagle, griffon, pheasant, and Tibetan snow cocks.