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Tsum Valley Trek in the Manaslu region is a remote trek area of Nepal. It is a restricted area trekking where one needs a special permit from the government to visit. We will trek in the land of Tibetan Buddhists with their distinct art, culture, and religion. This amazing trekking route is one of the Buddhist pilgrimage sites.
This fantastic trek is filled with natural beauty and cultural values. Furthermore, it is also a virgin trek. As it was opened in 2008 for tourism, it has not been much explored. The incredible Himalayas surround it. In addition to that, the green forest areas add charm to the place.
The trek starts with a breathtaking 7 hours drive from Kathmandu to Arughat. Along with that, you get to enjoy the sightseeing of Kathmandu City as well. Furthermore, Trek has the right paths combined with dense forests, terraced fields, and hill villages. Also, this trek leads you to the Budi Gandaki River Valley through the less-explored community of Tsum Villages.
The valley is fertile with ancient culture and tradition with Buddhist monasteries, Chortens and prayer flags, monuments, etc. The most extended Mani walls at Dzong and Purple are one of the main highlights of the Tsum Valley trek.
This Valley is a sacred Himalayan pilgrimage valley situated in northern Gorkha, Nepal. ‘Tsum’ comes from the Tibetan word ‘Tsombo’, which means vivid. Against the majestic backdrop of the Ganesh Himal, Sringi Himal, and Baudha Himal ranges, this serene Himalayan valley is rich in ancient art, culture, and religion.
The local people are mostly of Tibetan origin and speak a unique dialect. Trails are strewn with artistic Chortens and lined with mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs carved with drawings of deities and inscribed with prayers.
The famous Kyimo Lung, a pilgrimage circuit in the central Trans-Himalaya, is well-known for its centers of learning and meditation. This circuit traverses the Tsum Valley, the Manaslu area in Nepal, and the southern parts of Tibet.
During the trek, the shiny mountains are always spotlighting exploration of any kind. The creation is known to be one of the most beautiful things Mother Nature has ever made. Especially in the context of Nepal, mountain peaks hold a very superior value as numerous peaks that are the world’s highest are a part of the country.
To be exact, 8 of the 10 highest ones in the world are owned by Nepal. And apart from them, hundreds of others still exist. And besides the mountain peaks, valleys are equally beautiful too, among which this trek is one of the most popular ones. It was a restricted area previously until it was allowed for trekking in 2008. Ever since then, the valley has been receiving an increasing number of visitors every year.
In addition to that, It also goes through amazing places like Soti Khola, Jagat, and Chisopani. The bio-diversity and vegetation of these places are beyond beautiful. You can observe the rare species of plants and flowers — also, as the mesmerizing rivers and lakes in the Tsum Valley trek. Buddhism stands for peace, which is lacking in many of your lives these days. And which can be the better place to restore your inner peace and harmony than the gorgeous valley. We can also Also visit Rachen Gompa, Mu Gompa, and Dephyudonma Gompa in Tsum Valley.
Mu Monastery was established in 1895 AD with the Lama Sherab Dorje Drukpa Rinpoche of the Drukpa Kagyu sect. To be here is quite a longs ten-hour walk from Chhekam in the Tsum Valley and is situated at an altitude of 3510m. The monastery has been undergoing restorations since 1998 and new buildings are now being constructed for the monks. In this monastery, there have religious books, including Kangyur, a life-size statue of Avalokiteshwara, and images of Guru Padmasambhava and Tara.
Some of the most striking objects in the monastery are the statues of Buddha Amitabha. There are two special occasions celebrated in this monastery: Ngyungne, which celebrates in September/October by fasting for world peace, and Yaarney, which involves the reading of sacred texts and rituals. Campsites and clean drinking water facilities are available for tourists.
We can offer the short Tsum valley trek on a 1o days trip if you have a lack of time. the itinerary follows the lower Manaslu trail. Our trek starts from Arughat [530m/1739ft], a place about seven hours of drive from Kathmandu city. Most of the time during the initial phases of the trek, you’ll find yourself surrounded by lush forests of Rhododendron, Pines, and Oak.
The green atmosphere inevitably elevates your mood, ultimately forcing positive vibes in your body, Thus making it the best week of your lifetime. With friends or your family, or even with newly made acquaintances, the trip proves itself unregretted and leaves no residue to grief over. Apart from the Buddhist culture, the Tsum valley 10-day trek offers its travelers fantastic views of mountains like the Ganesh Himal Range, Sringi Himal, Buddha Himal, and Himalchuli.
The stunning views of these mountains will make your journey unforgettable. The sunrise and sunsets in the sacred mountains of a virgin place are to die for. So, if you want to take a break from your daily stressful life and enjoy some time in peace, Then, the Tsum Valley trek is perfect for you.
Our full board trek cost for 10 days is USD 1450. We can offer the seasonal cost also September, October, November, March, April, and May are the best seasons to experience of the trek. During this time, the weather is very comfortable; neither very cold nor scorching. This is the best route to get cultural values. Consequently, bringing new energy and fresh perspectives to your life. So, the Tsum Valley Trek is one of the best treks in the country. If you travel in the off-season, we have a special discount on the cost.
The journey to this area is a long and high-altitude trek so we need to pack accordingly. The main thing to remember is you need enough warm clothing for this trek. The total luggage you can make is 15 kg for our porter per person. Porter carries 30 kg total. You can use our duffle bag if you don’t have one or if you have more luggage you can store it in a Kathmandu hotel. you need a small day pack to carry your daily usage items such as water, a camera, sun lotions, and extra layers.
Tsum valley trekking is the best way to explore the hidden Mountains of Nepal, You get the best opportunity to get connected to nature and also get to explore the lifestyle of the local people of this little world. This has always been quite famous to date. It is highly rich in natural beauty and bio-diversity. One can enjoy the beautiful sceneries of mountains, rare plants, and wildlife, green, and pollution-free environments are enough to add memories to your life.
The mountain views are stunning and so adorable. You just want to look at them. The days are sunny and bright and there is no presence of clouds, so it makes it easier for you to get amazing views of the mountains.
The trekking route is comfortable and exciting at the same time. It is surrounded by flowers and rare plants. The entire way is surrounded by fantastic sceneries and mountain views. It keeps your trek interesting and memorable.
You can get comfortable and cozy accommodations to take a rest. Most such accommodations have a great view in them. Also, you will get to enjoy a variety of local food. You also get to enjoy the rarest flora and fauna during this trek.
Trekkers can get views of that amazing and rare wildlife, birds, and plant species. Definitely, this is another major reason, why people go on a trek to Tsum valley trek. It is just a peaceful place. You will be completely surrounded by nature in its various forms. It is the best place to have clean and fresh and not-at-all polluted water.
There are many waterfalls along the way. You can just take a break and jump in those waterfalls. Plus they had a lot of beauty to your pictures. While you are trekking in the summer and rainy season You can enjoy the waterfalls. You can chill and relax in these so beautiful waterfalls and forget any kind of stress.
The line of Shiaar Gorge Lookout overlooks the spectacular Ngak cliffs. which is at the bottom of the gorge flows the roaring Budhi Gandaki. The lookout is an hour’s walk from the junction of the trail leading to Manaslu.
This is the first village when we enter during our journey. Before the construction of the Philim-Chhekampar trail, the path to Chhekampar used to pass over the mountains through the village of Anga Sejong. Some settlements have emerged along with parts of this trail. The people here are mostly farmers and grow potatoes, Gucchi mushrooms, and soya beans.
The small two streams of the Sardi Khola and Shiar Khola meet about 200m downstream from a wooden bridge. The alder-covered banks of the river provide peaceful noon resting place or overnight campsite under overhang cliffs. When we cross the bridge, the trail starts ascending to the Sardi Danda. Sardi DandaThe old trail to Sardi Danda ascends through dense forest with many varieties of rhododendron. We can also get the best view from here which is the Thieastern views of the Sringi Himal range.
This is the forest name and here we can find the old trail meets the new trail. Afterward, we will trek to the Chumchet village, Chyata Khola, and Ripchet, a settlement of about 50 households. Along the trail, we can get spectacular views of Baudha Himal (to the west) and Ganesh Himal (to the east).
This small place of Lungbhu lies at the base of a vertical cliff along the Dhamja Khola. If you are planning camping here this is the best place which is scenic and wide open.
Duration: 10 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu
Max. Altitude: 3,700m/12,136ftat Mu Gumpa
Best Travel Time: September, October, November, March, April, and May are the best seasons to experience Tsum Valley Trek
Trip Snippets: 10 days, 09 nights in Lodges, and three meals a day ( breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek are included.
Departure Dates: We can offer this trek on any dates during the months Feb, March, April, May, June, Sept, Oct, November, and December for a group of 2 to 12 people.
Equipment rental: We advise you to bring all of your clothing and gear from home, however, in Kathmandu, there are many shops to buy and rent trek-related equipment.
Your trek Backpack/duffle bag: Our porters will carry your baggage on the trek; the maximum weight per trekker is 15 kg. If you have any items not required on a trek can be stored in our office or your hotel in Kathmandu.
Trek Grade: Moderate
Tsum valley trek is a moderate-level of the trek route. The moderate level of trekking is about 5/6 hours walking with the lunch stop en route and arriving at your camp in the late afternoon. Most trek days are 5 to 6 hours long so we may take a lunch stop en route in this grade we will also use some smaller, less well-traveled trails that may be rockier underfoot and a little steeper. These Moderate grade treks go up to 4100m in height and durations are 5 to 08 days.
The moderate grade trek overall is not that long, usually 7 – 10 days in total. There will be we can have a chance to get altitude sickness above 3000m. making sure to climb high and come to sleep at low after 3000m We suggest that if you are a reasonable level of fitness. You don’t need to be an experienced trekker to enjoy this trip – it might be your first ever trek.
Accommodation during the trek is a basic lodge/ tea house trek. If we compare the tea house in Everest and Annapurna regions it is much more basic here. You will sleep in a basic room with a bed, mattress, bed cover, and pillow. You need your own sleeping bag and better to have a sleeping bag liner also. The facilities are quite basic at the lodge. In some places, there is no electricity but they have solar power in the dining room. You can charge your battery for cell phones and cameras at an extra cost.
The main things to do on the trek in Nepal need your positive thinking and you need to be able to walk 5/6 hours on the rocky trail. You can be fit for the trek before you arrive here by doing small exercises in your home country. The more stamina you built up is easier it is to trek in this region. To boost your stamina you can do running, cycling, Zumba, or some yoga practices. You will be walking 5 to 7 hours a day so be prepared for your legs. The best exercise you can do in-home is squats and lunges.
Trekking Dates: You can do this trek on any date. The best time is Feb, March, April, May, June, Sept, Oct, November, and December for a group of 2 to 12 people. the rainy season is not that good for the trek as the views are not great and sometimes landslides can happen.
Your trekking luggage: You will have 1 porter for 2 trekkers basis to carry your luggage. the maximum weight per trekker is 15 kg as we never overload our porters. however, you only carry your valuables in your backpack., including your sleeping bag, and down jacket; other items not required on a trek can be stored in our office or your hotel in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
Equipment Renting and buying: We advise you to bring all of your clothing and gear from home, however, in Kathmandu, there are many shops to buy and rent trek-related equipment. We advise you to bring all of your clothing and gear from home, however, in Kathmandu, there are many shops to buy and rent trek-related equipment.
Day 01: - Drive From Kathmandu to Soti Khola and further Machha Khola
On this day, we will be driving ahead to Soti Khola from Kathmandu through Dhadingbesi, which takes about 7-8 hours a local bus.
We can further go to Machha Khola with a local bus or Jeep. We enjoy the lovely terraces of rice fields, then to the Gurung village of Labubesi. driving with a good view of the Machha Khola village. We will be staying overnight at Machha Khola
Day 03: - Trek to Jagat
After a short walk, we will pass the Tatopani, a place with a hot spring waterfall. From there, we will climb over another ridge, then cross the Budhi Gandaki. Climb the staircase; we reach Dobhan. Crossing a bridge over the Dobhan Khola, the trail climbs to Duman.
Climbing up again to the Budhi Gandaki, we will reach Yaru Khola. The kind of climbing and crossing the bridge happen at the Yaru Khola as well as Tharo Bharyang.Cross the west part of the BudhiGandakii; we will reach the village of Jagat.
Day 04: - Trek from Jagat to Lokpa(1660m 4-5 hours)
Today after our breakfast we will start our journey. We start climbing over a rocky narrow path up to hills to Salleri. After Salleri we will then climb down to Sirdibas. Our trek journey will continue to Ghatta Khola and the open valley getting too close to us. We will climb the small hill to reach Philim after crossing the suspension bridge.
The valley is well known for small schools made by the Japanese and here is the police station also.
After We cross the Philim to the north along the forest with the views of the narrow valley we climb along with forest areas for about an hour and reach Ekle Bhatti. Moving higher along pine forests, we reach a scenic gorge and drop to a junction. We take the right trail that leads to Tsum Valley our stay for the night on Lokpa.
Day 05 - Trek from Lokpa to Domje (2500m) 7Hr Trek
After Ekle Bhatti crosses the valley and after the half-hour walk on the right side, we get a chance to see the big and beautiful waterfall and enter the pine forest. After the short walk, down the hill, we reach Tsum Valley.
We can enjoy the views of pine and rhododendron forest along with the best view of the Himalchuli Mountains at 7893m not only that we can have a look over a small beautiful village.
After climbing down the hill for half an hour towards Lungwa Khola and climbing jick jack and difficult path two hours north, we reach Gumlung passing the pine and rhododendrons forest.
By crossing the Siyar Khola, we finally arrive at Chumling. We get a chance to view Shringi Himal from Chumling and we can visit the old Chumling gompa and the streets of the stone village.
Day 06 - Trek from Domje to Nile (3675m) 6 Hr Trek
By crossing the suspension bridge on the opposite bank of the river we get a chance to enjoy the views of Ganesh Himal. After the short walk from the Rainjam to Serpu Khola and crossing another bridge we arrive at the Gho Village.
If we continue to climb Tsum for two hours we can reach to Village of Chhokangparo. If the weather is in our favor then we can enjoy the views of Himchuli at 7893 meters and Ganesh Himal at 7140m. After enjoying such an attractive view we will cross Chokhangparo, We need to be careful of the altitude problem while climbing above Chokhangparo.
We pass the Lamagaon crossing rope suspension bridge to the Rachen Gompa, which is well known as nunnery Gompa too. We will visit for short time and then we cross the Shiar Khola. We continue to walk through the well-managed village Lar (micro hydro power), Phurbe, and Pangdun.
Leaving the old historic Stupa of Buddha in a way crossing the village of Chhule, climbing upstream, and crossing the bridge, we finally arrive at the Nile. If we want, we can visit Chhuto a famous monastery of Chhule which is located at the top.
Day 07: - Hiking from Nile to Mu Gompa
We are now almost close to the Tibetan border. Walk to the west bank of the valley through the Tibetan landscapes. Climb up to the Mu Gompa. We also visit the monastery. Then after, we visit the Dhephu Doma Gompa.
Day 08: - Trek from Nile to Chumling (2475m) 7Hr Trek
We continue the path to reach Lokpa. After lunch, we move ahead on the flat path on the south. On the way, by enjoying the beautiful Samba Falls we finally arrive at Philim after 6 to 7 hours of long trekking. A trail passes through the Phillim village that leads to the Ganesh Himal Base Camp.
Day 09: - Trek from Chumling to Sallery (2000m) 7 Trek
Today wake up with morning tea have a quick substantial breakfast then we will pack our bag pack and be ready to downhill to sallery village. Before we reach sallery village there are several villages we will cross and there are some of the best Mountain Viewpoint along the trail.
Day 10: - Trek from Sallery to Machhakhola (970m) 6-7 hours)
We will trek from Sallery to Machhakhola through Jagat and Tatopani. We climb down to Sirdibas and we finally reach Jagat. We climb down further which takes us to Yaruphant. After crossing the dry climate of Tibet, we get to subtropical green vegetation. We continue our trek to Dobhan and finally arrive at Tatopani.
There is a hot spring at Tatopani, you can enjoy the hot spring by dipping yourself into it and relax your tired muscles by soaking yourself in the hot spring, if not you can continue walking ups and down from Tatopani to reach Khorlabesi where you can rest for a day or The path crosses the Tharo Khola flowing in the rocky gorge.
It would help if you moved towards the river and traversed to Machha Khola village. You need to walk along the Budhi Gandaki River to reach the Gurung village of Labubesi. You should pass the two waterfalls on the steep rocky path on the side of a vertical rock then we reach Khursane.
You must walk along Budi Gandaki’s edge and cross the Sal forests. Finally, you need to cross the bridge to arrive at Machha Khola.
Day 11: - Drive from Machha Khola to Kathmandu(1350m) via Arughat (600m)
Walk 4 hours and drive 7-8 hours you need to climb to the edge of Kyorpani and climb down to the falling waterfall. Further trekking leads to Arkhet and crosses the Arkhet Khola. By crossing the Arkhet, we are also leaving Bundi Gandaki Valley. We arrive at Sante Bazaar by passing through the forests at Maltar.
Finally, we pass by the hydroelectric plant following the stone streets, and arrive at the Arughat Bazar. And after the arrival at Arughat Bazaar, we continue the path back to Kathmandu along the bank of Marsyangdi and Trishuli rivers with impressive views of green hills, mountains, farming terraces, and villages on both sides of the road. We will be having a farewell dinner to celebrate the completion of our journey to Kathmandu.
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For an extension, you can combine the Manaslu Trek with Tsum Valley Trek so that you have ample days to enjoy your holidays further and explore additional spots that change your perspective beyond your daily life limits. Also known as Manaslu Circuit Trek, this route takes 2 weeks of your life and adds a noble experience to your timeline for lifelong.
People have never regretted getting into the Manaslu region, but in fact, have asked for another trek around even more beautiful places that exist in the country. This trekking package of ours is completely organized and has been well–planned. Booking the trip is just a click away, and there is nothing that you should really be worrying about thereafter
discover the unique lifestyle in Nepal inspired by the Tibetan Buddhists in the deepest valleys of the country where cultures are still well–preserved. The Tsum Valley Trek takes to some of the most isolated places in the country and through remote settlements meant for relaxation purposes. As you get into the community, you’ll find everything else and yourself with a completely different experience.
The ambiance seems out of the world, unlike any place on Earth. There are a thousand reasons why the Tsum Valley Trek has been one of the most alluring trekking packages in the country. Nepal is rich in all kinds of natural beauty. From lush vegetation forests to rough rocky trails, developing crowded cities to isolated settlements, rain shadow areas to the land of snow and ice, everything is a part of the country that makes its visitors delighted to have the options.
The Tsum Valley is situated in the Manaslu region, high up near the Tibetan border, the whole area has a definite Tibetan Buddhist feel to it and is quite different from the surrounding countryside. The Tsum valley was a restricted area until 2008, Tsum Valley is relatively un-trekked by hikers, yet the starting point is only 7 hours drive from Kathmandu.
Most of the days have trekked at altitudes over 3,000m. This is a moderate grade difficulty trek With the altitude and walking days stretching from 5 to 7 hours, a fairly good level of fitness is required for this trek.
We will trek through pine forests, along raging rivers with cascading waterfalls and incredible suspension bridges. It gives us immense pleasure trekking through fascinating villages and to several gompas, monasteries, mani walls, and stupas, not to mention Milarepa’s Cave. Enjoy the best view of Mount Himalchuli (7,893m), Ganesh Himal (7,140m), Manaslu (8,163m), Churke Himal, and the Poshyop Glacier.
If you are fascinated by Tibetan culture as well as mountains, Tsum Valley offers them the opportunity to witness Tibetan Buddhist people in their villages. There are monks and nuns in their respective religious orders and spectacular views of the Himalayas in an almost pilgrimage trek into this hidden valley. We can arrange the Tsum valley trek separately or can do Tsum valley with the Manaslu trek if you are having more time.
You will also have to have a special permit for this trek. And it costs USD 40 for all foreigners and SAARC members. It is also free for internal tourists.
However, this cost might change in some months. Also, there might be fluctuations in certain seasons. So, if you need the price on an exact day. Please do contact us and we will provide you with the information as soon as possible.
However, the general average cost of the Manaslu Trekking permits costs around USD 30 to USD 35 daily. It covers your food, accommodations, and travel costs. If you want to know any major details, please do let us know, so that we can customize it for you and provide you with the most affordable cost.
Tsum valley is a new trekking route with fewer tourists and a more culturally rewarded trek. It has only a few trekkers on the trail. The trek start and endpoint is Soti Khola, an Eight hours drive from Kathmandu. The starting part of the trek ascends the Budhi Gandaki Valley on good paths through a mix of dense forest, terraced fields, and hill villages. While we will meet the main Manaslu Trail for the Tsum valley, We will start entering truly into the hidden valley.
During the walking, We will pass through the alpine forests, and glacial rivers, and enjoy the warm hospitality of ethnic people. On our Tsum valley itinerary, we will walk in the lower Buri Gandaki regions of Liding, Machhakhola, Jagat, and Philim. We can visit different ancient Gombas of the region such as Rachen Gompa, Mu Gompa, Dephyudonma Gompa.
Walking through the off-the-beaten path of the Manaslu region to get a deeper insight into the less explored Tsum Valley.
visit different Chortens, monasteries, and Gompas which reflect the direct influence of Tibetan Buddhism. Enjoy the best panoramic views of Hiunchuli, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Churke Himal, and the Poshyop glacier. Passing through the cascading rivers, waterfalls, and many suspension bridges. Encounter with the locals of the region, lamas, and know about their unique way of life.
The Tsum Valley is a Buddhist village that has a long history of Buddhism. People believe the Th Buddhist saint Milarepa did a meditation in the caves of these mountains. The valley was called ‘Tsum Tso Chuksum’, which means thirteen provinces ruled as a single territory.
We can also visit these ancient remains of the Tsum Kingdom now. As this is a remote part of the country and not easily accessible. As the development and other facilities are just starting here, As a result, They can still have a unique culture and lifestyle not touched by Western influence.
The Tsum Valley trek has four distinct climatic zones: sub-tropical (between 1000m and 2000m), cool temperate (between 2000m and 3000m), sub-alpine (between 3000m and 4000m), and alpine (above 4500m). So we can get a big difference in the Temperatures between these zones. Winters are very cold from December to February.
The temperatures in the upper subalpine, and alpine regions drop below freezing and snowfall occurs for up to six months. While the down part of the trekking trails sub-tropical and cool temperate regions are quite warm. Summers are hot in the lower regions, with daytime temperatures between 22°C and 34°C.
However, summer temperatures in the sub-alpine and alpine regions rarely go above 10°C. The monsoon is starting in June and stays until the last week of September. The rest of the year Tsum valley trek areas are mostly dry. The average rainfall is around 1900mm per annum. It has more rain in the southern part of the valley is generally wetter than in the upper[part of the valley. Clear skies from October to December and April to June provide magnificent views of the surrounding mountains.
While you are on the trail of Tsum valley having a good trekking map is essential. Manaslu Tsum Valley is a spectacular remote trek in Nepal. The Manaslu Tsum Valley trek map provides detailed information and major things insight and clear pictures of the mountains. You can buy a different map for this trek most popular one is the map of The Himalayan Map House, Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek map, which can be purchased in Kathmandu, Pokhara, or online.
The trek trail map route follows the banks of the Budhi Gandaki, spectacularly tracking back and forth across the river through spidery suspension bridges to the Tsum Valley threshold. For the longer time itinerary, we can add the route map of Nar Phu Valley Trek or Annapurna Circuit Trek. Enjoy the best route of the Western part of Nepal in a beautiful hidden valley nestled in Nepal’s western Himalayas. Tsum Valley was opened for tourists only in 2008.
Weather and temperature are the most important factors to take into consideration for the best season trekking in Nepal. March to May, and September to November is the busiest season for the Tsum Valley trek. Heavy snowfall in the winter season from December until February closed the lodge at Mu Gumpa, From June to August is the rainy season. We do not recommend trekking in the winter and rainy seasons to anyone.
This is the best time of the season to trek in the Tsum Valley Trek. The weather is very favorable throughout the trek. Stunning views of Mt. Manaslu and glaciers will be seen. From Mid March temperatures start increasing to hot and with clear skies, snow mountains will be seen at their best.
In April & May, the low land starts getting hot, and high in the mountain is neither cold nor hot in the daytime. Nighttime is comparatively colder than daytime. this is the main season for an expedition in Nepal and for Mount Manaslu. On the journey, the rhododendron flowers will be blooming at their best with a variety of colors.
This is also one of the perfect seasons for the Tsum Valley trek. This season is the main trekking season in Nepal due to the favorable weather. When the monsoon slowly ends, a perfect trekking climate sets itself. The temperature goes up to 20 degrees in the daytime and falls down to 5 degrees during the nighttime.
During this time of the year, we can enjoy the clear sky and an amazing view of the mountains. It is highly recommended as it’s the best time for the Tsum Valley trek, usually between mid-September and to end. This is the festival season also in Nepal as the main festival of Nepal Dashain and Tihar lies in October and November.
As winter slowly begins, snow falls begin in the Manaslu region and it is eventually tough to trek. Nights will start to get colder. Until November the trail is busy it is the clearest month with sparkling days. The daytime temperatures are warm and stable. Mostly early morning we can get a view of the clear blue sky and the mountain is phenomenal. More cold in the mountain start in December, the temperature starts to get cold and begins to snow.
We can still get the best view in December and it is a good time for the trek and great for Christmas and New Year’s break. January and February are really cold and need to think about a higher altitude trek. as the weather is very cold and snowing, some high pass trails can be blocked. It is always hard to predict mountain weather and the temperature may change quickly from day to night.
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