Mt. Manaslu (8,163) is the high peak of the Gorkha mountains massif and is the eighth highest mountain of the world. It is located in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas of about forty miles east of Annapurna ranges. It requires more times than other 8000m Peaks in Nepal due to long approach to reach to the base of the mountain however we can use a helicopter to make this expedition shorter. The name Manaslu is derived from the Sanskrit word “Manasa” and can be translated as “Mountain of the Spirit”. The mountain’s long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions and it culminates in a peak that tower steeply above its surrounding landscape and is a dominant feature when seen from a far. Manaslu was first climbed on May 9, 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, members of a Japanese expedition. Trekkers and climbers need extensive experience before taking to the slopes of Mt. Manaslu. It is a mountain in Nepal that is known to be dangerous, and due to its remote and secluded location, rescue operations are hampered should anything go wrong. Normally, there are four camps that need to be set up in the approach of the mountain. There will be a few stretches of steep climbing and crevasses from Camp I to Camp II. Slippery snow climbing is required from Camp II to Camp III. Avalanches are a threat from Camp III to Camp IV. The first survey of the peak was made by a Japanese expedition in 1952 and the first climb was made by Japanese team on the peak in 1953.