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Dhaulagiri Round Trek

Dhaulagiri (White Mountain) is separated from the Annapurna region, which includes some fifteen peaks above 7000mt, by Kali Gandaki Gorge (deepest in the world).

There are a few mountains which translate as 'White Mountain', but this is the biggest one in the world. The trekking in this area is relatively strenuous but the trekkers who are willing to spend their holidays with nature and natural surroundings full of peace and tranquillity choose this better "Off the beaten track" trekking destination.

After crossing Magdi Glacier and Dhaulagiri Base camp (4750m), you will approach the French Pass (5360m) between the Mukut Himal and Tukuche Peak. Then, the colossal peaks of the Dhaulagiri range will surround you.

 

While you trek ahead crossing French Pass (the highest point of the trek) you come out into the Hidden valley. Then follow the trail leading to Dhampus Pass, between Tukuche Peak and Thapa Peak. Tukuche en route to Jomsom and Muktinath (Pilgrimage site for Hindu and Buddhist). Return Jomsom to board the flight to Pokhara and then on to Kathmandu.

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu and be driven to your Hotel
Day 02: Full day spent doing a Kathmandu Valley guided tour
Day 03: Transported by bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara and on to Beni (1000m). This will take about 10 hours to reach the lodge.
Day 04: Beni to Babichaur (1050m). This takes about 5 hours of hiking to reach the camp. After leaving the Kali Gandaki River you enter in the Myagdi Khola Valley.
Day 05: Babichoaur to Dharapani Phedi (1250m). The trek continues about 4 hours before you reach camp
Day 06: Dharapani Phedi to Sibang (1850m). Day 6 takes about 6 hours to hike to camp
Day 07: Sibang to Dobang (1800m) 5 hours to reach camp
Day 08: Takes you from Dobang to Bagar (2100m). You will be hiking for 5 hours before you reach camp
Day 09: Bagar to Dovan (2500m) Todays hike will be 6 hours
Day 10: Dovan to Sallaghari (3100m) 5 hours of hiking to reach camp
Day 11: Sallaghari to Italian Base Camp (4000m). Day 11 will be 4 hours of trekking to get to your next camp – Italian Base Camp. You will pass through beautiful forest while rapidly gain altitude into the mountains.
Day 12: Today you will rest and get acclimated in the Italian Base Camp.
Day 13: After a day of rest you will depart the Italian Base Camp and continue on to the Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4900m) . This will take about 5 hours. The rough rubble will give way to smooth ice of white glaciers. You’ll climb steadily to the rough and chilling but spectacular Dhaulagiri Base Camp
Day 14: Dhaulagiri Base Camp the French Pass (5300m) and continuing to French Phedi (4900m). This will take approximately 6 hours. Getting off the glacier above the base camp often requires a rope, but once over the steep moraine walls you’ll be in safer and more gentle country.
Day 15: French Phedi to Thapa Pass (5250m) and on to Kalopani (5000m). Day 15 will be about 6 hours of trekking to reach camp
Day 16: Kalopani to Marpha (2667m) Approximately 6 hours of trekking to reach the lodge where you will camp.
Day 17: Day 17 is a rest day in Marpha (Trek to Jomsom and fly to Pokhara/ Kathmandu on the next day is possible).
Day 18: Marpha to Lete (2438m). 6½ hours of hiking to the lodge. The trek starts from a lovely village of whitewashed houses and fertile fields, and continues down the Kaligandaki reaching the former Thakali trading centre of Tukche.
Day 19: Lete to Tatopani (1189m). 6 hours of trekking to reach the camp. A beautiful with another transition into sub-tropical vegetation and the return of water buffalo, banyan trees and poinsettias. The trail follows the river through a narrow gorge and descends to cross a bridge.
Day 20: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2855m). Steadily climbing all day, you’ll eventually leave behind the terraced fields and walk through thick rhododendron forest to the village of Ghorepani. You’ll camp at the pass for the best views of the sunset. (or trek to Beni and drive to Pokhara and next day drive or fly to Kathmandu is possible).
Day 21: The day starts early in the morning where you will ascend Poonhill (3200m) for a beautiful sunrise and the majestic views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, after breakfast proceed to Tadapani (2700m). This will take about 6 hours.
Day 22: Tatopani to Ghandrung (1951m) – 2½ hours. You can visit the Gurung culture museum.
Day 23: Ghandrung to Nayapool (1070m) – 5 hours. You will be driven to Pokhara about 3 hours.
Day 24: You’ll either fly or take the bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu
Day 25: Explore Kathmandu for shopping and other activities
Day 26: Depart to airport.

Note: - In some circumstances we could face problem of internal flights to/from Lukla delayed by few hours or canceled for a day or more because of bad weather. Very rarely, but it could happen even in best trekking season also as you know how climate change is effecting our globe. Thus, we always recommend you to add supplement night/s in Kathmandu after your trek if possible (just for incase). If everything runs smoothly, you can enjoy other activities like sightseeing, rafting , wildlife activities, shopping, as you wish in those additional day.However, if you want heli rescue in the state of flight cancellation to/from Lukla-we can organize it. A helicopter charge around USD 5000 and it can lift 4 persons per flight.

 

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