Dhaulagiri Trek is recommended for experienced high altitude trekkers in very good physical condition. The route is remotely and possible only in the autumn season due to excessive snow and ice conditions in the winter and spring. The region is practically virgin territory for trekkers and it provides some extremely dramatic contrasts.
The Dhalugiri massif (8167mtrs) is separated from the Annapurna region by the Kali Gandaki river and gorge (the deepest river canyon in the world) the range of mountains that includes the Dhaulagiri massif has 30 peaks of over 6000 meters. The area around Tansen is home to the Magar people and capital of the independent kingdom that became part of Nepal many years ago.
Dhorepatan and the surrounding areas are home to communities of Tibetan refugees who search the area for minerals and medicinal plants. From Dhoratpan views of both the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges is quite exceptional
The Dhaulagiri Circuit trek is a long and difficult trek that takes us around Dhaulagiri. It starts from Beni on the Kali Gandaki river bank. From here we trek along the Myagdi Khola (river) westwards to Darbang before trekking north through forests and into the high country. A lot of the route is on snow and the glacier moraine on the way up to the French Col (5240m.) before entering at the head of Hidden Valley and a crossing of Dhampus Pass (5155m). The Dhaulagiri circuit trek ends with a steep descent to Marpha before returning to Pokhara.
Arrival Kathmandu airport pick up and transfer to hotel overnight.
Full day sightseeing tour Kathmandu city & preparation for trekking document overnight hotel.
Drive from Kathmandu to Beni which takes about eleven hours by bus or private car.
Trek from Beni to Babichoaur (950m) and it takes about five hours. You camp overnight.
Trek from Babichoaur to Phedi (1100m) which takes about four hours.
Trek from Phedi to Phalai Gaun (1810m) and it takes approximately six hours.
Trek from Phalai Gaun to Jugapani and it takes about five hours.
Trek from Jugapani to Boghara (2080m) which takes about five hours.
Trek from Boghara to Lapche kharka and it takes about four and half hours.
Trek from Lapche kharka to Chartare (2820m) which takes almost four and half hours.
Trek from Chartare to Pakoban (3585m) and it takes about five hours.
Trek from Pakoban to Dhaulagiri Base camp (4750m) which takes six hours.
Trek from Dhaulagiri Base camp to French pass (5360m) and it takes about three hours.
Walk five hours from French pass and camp on 4915m.
After crossing 4915m pass trek to Yak kharka (4500m) which takes about five hours.
Trek from Yak kharka to Marpha (2667m) and it takes about six hours.
Rest day at Marpha.
Trek from Marpha to Lete (2438m) which takes about six and half hours.
Trek from Lete to Tatopani (1189m) and it takes about six hours.
Trek from Tatopani to Beni drive to Pokhara overnight hotel.
Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu which takes approximately six and half hours.
Best season:September to December & Feb to May.
Transportation:By tourist bus or private car.
Accommodation:Hotel, Resort & tea house /camping
Trekking style:tea house / camping
Highest access of trek :5240m
Culture:Gurung, Magar, Thakali
Himalayan sights:Dhaulagir massif, Annapurna and fishtail
Attraction:Close Mountain View, Villages
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