Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, is popular, Rugged trek to the west of the Annapurna’s starting from Pokhara and following the Myagdi Khola to its source at the Chhonbardan Glacier, seventh highest mountain in the world is known as Dhaulagiri having s8000m peaks for climbing in the Himalayas.Dhaulagiri lies north-west of Pokhara culminating to its highest point at the eastern end. Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek/Around Dhaulagiri Trekking span the remote wilderness in the western Nepal. It is a demanding trail, that has a status of being precarious and rough around the edges. It is dedicated to the adventurous hearts and for the climbing teams. The magnificent white Dhaulagiri Mountain (8167m) and its glacial transverse offer exciting seceneries in this trek. In terms of its rise above local terrain where it rises to 700m over the Kali Gandaki George to the south east in about 30km of aerial distance so it is almost unique in the world
Encountering the waxy transverse and hanging into the rocky slopes, there is one hidden valley from Dhaulagiri Base Camp at the foot of the north face. When you trek up the side of the glacier and over the French Col to enter from that hidden valley you have option to climb the non-technical Dhampus peak (6060m).Heading through the hidden valleys of the Dhaulagiri round and the exciting valleys of the Kali Gandaki, the Dhaulagiri trek gears down at Jomsom. Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is an Adventurous and it means an Exploration of the wild nature. There we can see world’s deepest gorge. It is white in color so it has translate to white mountain and it is known as white mountain in the world.Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is one of amazing trek and it is quite difficult for climbers because of its circuit. Along the way there are spectacular views across to the Annapurnas and up into the arid steppes of Mustang
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||TIA Kathmandu|
|HIGHEST ALTITUDE||5360 m|
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Arrival in Kathmandu – 1,300m/4,264 ft
Fly or drive to Pokhara (823m/2,700ft) (flight at extra cost): 30 minutes flight.
Trek to Sibang(1770m.)6 to 7 hrs. walk
Trek to Naura Bhir(1450m.) 6 to 7 hrs.walk
Trek to Lapche Kharka(2000m.) 7 to 8 hrs. walk
Trek to Sallaghari (2500m.) 6 to 7 hrs. walk
trek to Italian Base Camp(3660m.) 4 to 5 hrs. walk.
Trek to Japanese Camp (4200m.) 3 to 4 hrs. walk
Rest day at Japanese Camp
Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp(4748m.) 7 to 8 hrs walk
Rest at Dhaulagiri Base Camp.
Trek to Hidden Valley(5120m,6 to7 hrs. Walk 9km)via French Pass(5360m)
Rest day at Hidden Valley
Trek to Yak Kharaka(3837m,8 to9 hrs. Walk 14km)via Dhampus Pass.
Trek to Jomson(2736m,9km,4 to 5 hrs. walk)
Fly to Pokhara fromJomsom(35mins flight)
Pokhara to Kathmandu: 6 hrs drive