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Round Dhaulagiri Trekking

Dhaulagiri TrekkingMany believe DHAULAGIRI Himal, west of Annapurna, is the most impressive range in Nepal. More than 8,000m at its summit and including several 7,000m shoulder peaks, the massif is almost 100km long. The southern slopes receive an intense monsoon in summer and are covered in rich, verdant forest. To the south, the thick jungles of the foothills and the hot plains of India stretch out before you. The isolated valleys to the north of DHAULAGIRI are one of the driest regions of Nepal. The remoteness of the area offers a diversity of cultural, scenery, and natural history as varied as the mountain itself.

Dhaulagiri is rarely visited and the valleys and villages surrounding it are unspoiled and unchanged .Our trek takes us across the kali Gandaki River and then north into the heart of the massif; from the base camp we come to the high point of our trek, the traverse of French Pass (5,360 m), the hidden Valley and Dhampus Pass (5,182 m), a high level; route which brings us back to the upper Kali Gandaki Valley in Jomsom. From here we, either, fly back to Kathmandu via Pokhara or we can continue from Jomsom until Birethanti or to Pokhara.

*21 Days (4 Days Kathmandu & 17days Camping Trek)
* Grade: Challenging Plus
*Max. Elevation: 5360m
* Departs From Kathmandu, Every Monday & Thursday

Many believe Dhaulagiri Himal, west of Annapurna, is the most impressive range in Nepal. More than 8,000m at its summit & including several 7,000m shoulder peaks; the whole massif ridge is almost 100km long! The southern slopes receive an intense monsoon in summer & are covered in rich, verdant forest. To the south, the thick jungles of the foothills & the hot plains of India stretch out before you. The isolated valleys to the north of Dhaulagiri are one of the driest regions in Nepal. The remoteness of the area offers a great diversity in terms of culture, scenery, & natural history as varied as the mountain itself.

Dhaulagiri is rarely visited & the valleys & villages surrounding it are unspoiled & unchanged. Our trek takes us across the kali Gandaki River & then north into the heart of the massif; the high points of our trek- the traverse of French Pass (5,360m), the hidden Valley & the Dhampus Pass (5,182m) that offer us the opportunity to realize how impressive & massive these Himalayas are.