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Dhaulagiri Trek, Dhaulagiri Trekking Guide

Highlights of the Trip

  • Beautiful landscape
  • Many over 8000m. Mountains including Holy Mountain Mt. Machapuchere (Mt. Fishtail) Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu & other many white peaks will be observe.
  • Experience unbelievable Gurung, Thakali and many different culture
  • Many Buddhist Monastery and Hindu temples can visit.
  • Visit Pilgrimage famous Hindu Temple Muktinath.
  • Trekking alone with world Dippiest Gorge “Kali Gandaki” valley 
  • Trekking alone with Gurung Village and culture.

Starting from: - Pokhara. 

Ending at: - Pokhara

Grade: - Moderate.

Highest access of the trek: - Jhaljhala Pass

Culture: - Mixed and exciting

Mode of trekking tour: - Camping

Himalayan sights: - Mt Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna and many more.

Most Attraction of the trek: - Adventure, Exciting off touristy area trekking

Dhaulagiri trek is one of most adventure trek in Nepal.This trek has high altitude pass like -French pass(5365m),Thapa pass(5244m),Dhampus pass(4915m)Trekking around Dhaulagiri is an exceptional trek the passes through staggering alpine terrain. Until recently few trekkers ever attempted it but now foreign trekking companies advertise it along side standard treks. It isn't standard, being tough and demanding and has shocked many trekkers who expected something similar to the Annapurna Circuit or the Everest trek. It is better labelled as an extreme route; extreme, because you need a rope and should also take ice-axe and crampons. Going without a guide It is very difficulty.With its extended high altitude nature it should only be attempted when snow-free, from late September to December or perhaps May and early June. This means don't go during March or April, these times can be particularly unpredictable and dangerous.This trek begins at the lowlands of Baglung inhabited by the Brahmins and Chhetries. In the trek, come across the Gurung and Magar Tribes. Beginning from Sal and Pristine Pine forest, the trail foes to barren lands from where we embark on mountain experience with the exquisite Dhaulagiri in front of us. We cross the French Pass and then the Dhampus Pass which offers the breath-taking view of the Dhaulagiri Range, the Annapurna Range, Nilgiri and a look at the deepest gorge in the world, the Kaligandaki gorge.  the trek finish at Marpha then after it takes 3 days way to Ghorepani/Poonhill to come back in Pokhara.

Itinearay

Day 01: Drive from Pokhara to Beni (850m) and start trek 

Day 02: Trek to Singa Bazar 

Day 03: Trek to Takum 

Day 04: Trek to Muri (1,850m) 

Day 05: Trek to Boghara (2080 m)

Day 06: Trek to Dobang (2250m) 

Day 07: Trek to Italian Base Camp (3800m) 

Day 08: Rest day

Day 09: Trek to “Midway Camp” (4500m) 

Day 10: Trek to Classic Base Camp (5000m) 

Day 11: Trek across the French Col (5,100 m) to camp below Dhampus Pass (5200m) 

Day 12: Rest day but possibility to climb Dhampus peak

Day 13: Trek across Dhampus pass (5200m) to Alubari 

Day 14: Trek to Jomsom(2665m) 

Day 15 fly to Pokhara

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Day 2 Pokhara – Maldhunga 

Start trek and arrive at Maldhunga for overnight camping. The first few days are pleasant trekking through thatched Hindhu villages and terraced fields.

Day 3 Maldunga – Darbang

Day 4 Darbang - Takum

Day 5 Takum – Muri Day 6 Muri – Bagar

Day 7 Bagar – Dovan 

Here we leave the villages behind and the trail becomes increasingly challenging.

Day 8 Dovan – Upper Vungini (Italian Base Camp) 

Passing through beautiful forest we rapidly gain altitude and mountains burst out all around.

Day 9 Upper Vungini (Italian Base Camp) 

A rest day for acclimatization. Since there is little exploring to be had, this is a day to relax because tomorrow we will have a tough day.

Day 10 Upper Vungini (Italian Base Camp) Glacier Camp 

After crossing the first glacier, probably using a rope in a couple of tricky spots, we climb onto the main glacier. The surroundings are spectacular, which makes up for the rough and dangerous trail. We may also use a rope on this section. This is a particularly tough day. We camp on the glacier rubble.

Day 11 Glacier Camp – Dhaulagiri Base Camp 1 

Soon the rough rubble gives way to the smooth ice of the white part of the glacier. We climb steadily to the rough and chilling but spectacular Dhaulagiri Base Camp.

Day 12 Dhaulagiri Base Camp – French Col – Hidden Valley 

Getting off the glacier above the base camp often requires a rope, but once over the steep moraine walls we are in safer and more gentle country. After a breathless climb to the top of French Col (5300m), the views of Hidden Valley open out. The broad  valley is reminiscent of Tibet and Ladakh and so are the temperatures, at least –20 degrees Celsius at night.

Day 13 Hidden Valley Camp 5000m 

A rest day to admire the surrounding peaks and perhaps do some exploring.

Day 14 Hidden Valley - Yak Kharka 

After climbing over the 5200m Dhampus Pass, we traverse avalanche prone slopes and then descend steeply to Yak Kharka.

Day 15 Yak Kharka – Marpha 

More steep descent leads to Marpha and a well deserved beer over lunch.

Day 16 Marpha – Ghasa 

We follow the popular Jomsom trail down.

Day 17 Ghasa – Tatopani

Day 18 Tatopani- Ghorepani 2800m

Day 19 Ghorepani- Poonhill (sunrise, view of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna range) trek to Uleri- Nayapul by car to Pokhara

What Other Says ?

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Oct 30, 2013

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