Dhaualagiri Region Trekking

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Dhaulagiri is the seventh highest mountain in the world with the height of 8167 m. Dhaulagiri region trek is the off beaten path adventure in the western path of the Himalayas which is a quite challenging trek. Dhaulagiri itself means the “white mountains” which is an appropriate name for this giant rock, snow, and ice. This trek is a real adventure trekking which takes you beyond the imagination. Dhaulagiri trek is a combination of altitude and cold that make a trip particularly tiring. Dhaulagiri Trek passes through the pristine valley of Myagdi, green lush hillsides, traditional village and the stunning glaciers with high snowy passes. Get the stunning view from the Kali Gandaki valley. More than fifteen 7000m peaks are visible on this trek, which also cresses high passes including French Pass 5360 m and Thapa pass 5200m.

Dhaulagiri Trek starts at the Beni and follows by the Myagdi Khola River passing through the fascinating the Gurung settlement, crossing the terraced field with the glimpse of white mountain Dhaulagiri. The treks then continue up the narrow Chon Barden gorge near Dhaulagiri Base Camp crosses French Pass and enters into what is termed the Concealed Valley.  After crossing  Dhampus  the descent route starts to Jomsom  and end with flying back to Pokhara.


From $1,900


17 Days
High Advance

The Dhaulagiri also as known as "The white mountain" is quite easily recognized because of its unique, mound shape when can be seen from treks that leave from Pokhara. Lying in the north-west side of Pok...

From $3,400


19 Days
High Advance

Dhaulagiri circuit trek is a difficult trek on an off-the-beaten-trail that circles Mt. Dhaulagiri, the world's seventh highest mountain.  The trek starts in forested and terraced slopes possessed by the ...

From $3,500


20 Days
High Advance

“ Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trekking is an invigorating and adventure circuit trekking of the world's seventh most elevated mountain. Dhaulagiri massif which incorporates a few taking off 7000 m peak and the ...

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