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Manaslu (8156m)

   

The most accessible Eight-thousander (8163m) of Nepal, the eighth by height. Stands in the Gorkha massif, about 40 miles east of Annapurna, which is the tenth one. The name can be translates from Sanskrit as "the mountain of spirit" Due to very long approaches the ascent used to take much longer than the other Eight-thousanders, but on our expedition we use a helicopter and can do it in 30 days. The first ascent was done in 1953 by the ladies' ever first expedition climbing an Eight-thousander. It was from Japan.
We offer a Manaslu climb with a helicopter flight to BC, 1 high altitude Sherpa for 1 member, and 0.5 sherpas for common equipment and 4 bottles of oxygen for each member.

October, 2020
Last news

22.06.2020 - Everest 2021 begins with Manaslu 2020. The 7 Summits Club invites you to an autumn expedition to the eightthousandth peak

15.06.2020 - The 7 Summits Club financially supported its Sherpa workers. Nepal will be open from August 1!

07.12.2019 - Nims performance in Moscow! 14 eight-thousanders in 6 months and 6 days! We are proud to be the first to listen to his presentation

30.09.2019 - The Manaslu expedition of the 7 Summits Club has been successfully completed. Final photos. The report will be presented on October 3 at Ludmila Korobeshko's lecture

26.09.2019 - Summit!  Audio message from Ludmila Korobeshko: the team of the 7 Summits Club climbed today to the top of  Mount Manaslu!

25.09.2019 - The team of 7 Summits Club climbed to the Camp 4 and preparing to go on the assault

24.09.2019 - The team of Manaslu expedition the 7 Summits Club  climbed to the Camp 3, at an altitude of 6800

24.09.2019 - Audio message from Ludmila Korobeshko from the slopes of Manaslu: the team of the 7 Summits Club climbed to Camp 1

22.09.2019 - New video about climb of Alexander Abramov the first route via ferrata in the Crimea

22.09.2019 - Diary of the 7 Summits Club Manaslu expedition:  snowfall forces us to change plans and to postpone a summit assault

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