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Lower Dolpo Trek, Nepal


Lower Dolpo trek lies in the west of Kali Gandaki River within the Shey Phoksundo National Park, towards Tibetan plateau. This trek offers you stunning landscapes of Trans himalyas and the typical culture atmosphere. Lower Dolpo trek is a challenging trek passing through barren land near the border of Tibet. Your trek will be breath taking when you have a view of Nepal’s highest waterfall of 167m high. Adventurous trekking trail is designed for trekkers seeking and love adventure.

Day 01:  Kathmandu to Nepalgunj by Flight

Day 02:  Nepalgunj to Juphal by Flight (2475 m) and then walk for 2-3hours all the way to Dunai (2140 m).

Day 03:  Dunai (2140 m) to Lingdo (2391 m). .

Day 04: Lingdo (2391 m) to Laina Odar (3370 m).

Day 05:  Laina Odar (3370 m) to Nawarpani (3475 m).

Day 06: Nawarpani (3475 m) to Sisaul (3750 m).

Day 07: Sisaul (3750 m) to Dho Tarap (4080 m).

Day 08:  Dho Tarap (3944 m) to Numala Base Camp (4440 m).

Day 09: Numala Base Camp (4440 m) to Danigar (4631 m) via Numa La (Pass) (5318 m).  

Day 10:  Danigar (4631m) to Yak Kharka (3982m) via Baga La (5190 m).

Day 11:  Yak Kharka (3982 m) to Ringmo/Phoksundo Lake (3733 m).

Day 12:  Phoksundo Lake (3733 m) to Chhepka (2838 m) via Rechi (2940 m).   

Day 13: Chhepka (2838 m) to Juphal (2475 m).

Day 14: Juphal to Nepalgunj and then to Kathmandu by flight.


Trek Facts

Maximum altitude: 5318m

Grade: Moderate to strenuous

Trip duration: 14 days

Trekking type: Tea houses/camping



Gangs Of Himalayan Guide Brothers group

Bhagwan Bahal, Thamel

Kathmandu, Nepal


Phone: +9779849473401

Skype: mysticland.adventure






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