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Trekking around Dhaulagiri, Nepal

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Around Dhaulagiri Trek is a challenging trek in the region of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m 26,795 ft), the seventh highest Himalayan Peak lying north-west of Pokhara in the Western Nepal and south of the Tibet. The Dhaulagiri, the Annapurna, carves the world’s deepest gorge of Kaligandaki. The trek also crosses two high passes – the French pass (5,240m/17,192ft) and the Thapa pass (5,155m/16,913ft). Moreover, we will also experience snow and glacier walking, especially around Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri North Base Camp. Along the way, we enjoy spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Thorong peak, Annapurna and Kali Gandaki River with the world deepest gorge. On the trail, we may also encounter semi-wild yak herds, mountain sheep in the remote valleys of this region. Besides the wild nature, we also enjoy the shops, teahouses, and lifestyle of Nepal’s ethnic people.

 

Itinerary

Day 1: Kathmandu – Beni (830m)

Day 2: Beni- Babichaur (1000m)

Day 3: Babichaur- Dharapani (1565m)

Day 4: Dharapani – Muri (1850m)

Day 5: Muri- Boghara (2050m)

Day 6: Boghara- Dhoban (2630m)

Day 7: Dhoban- Itilian base camp (3500m)

Day 8: Rest and Acclimatization Day

Day 9: Italian base camp- Glacier camp (4250m)

Day 10: Dhaulagiri Base camp (4650m)

Day 11: Acclimatization Day

Day 12: Dhaulagiri Base camp- French col

Day 13: Hidden valley camp (5000m)

Day 14: Hidden valley camp- Yak Kharka (4200m)

Day 15: Yak Kharka – Jomsom (2715m)

Day 16: Jomsom- Pokhara by flight

Day 18: Pokhara- Kathmandu by flight/Bus

 

To book/inquiry/trek

Gangs Of Himalayan Guide Brothers Group

Bhagwan Bahal, Thamel

Kathmandu, Nepal

Email: ram.manange@gmail.com

Phone/mobile: +9779849473401

Skype: mysticland.adventure

 

 

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