“A demanding and challenging expedition to the summit of Mt Dhaulagiri at 8167m”
Located North West of Pokhara valley The Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition well liked peak of Nepal. Known as seventh tallest mountain of the world also situated south from Tibet and North West of Nepal. The Peak Dhaulagiri was climbed by the Swiss mountaineers in 1960 throw north east part. The massive mountain of charming ice is higher than 8000 meters from local terrain.
The Dhaulagiri Expedition offers more than six dissimilar routes t get its summit as it is seventh tallest peak of the planet. It is a mass Himalayan snow capped peak. Most simple expedition route is known with only tiny short technological climbing and this route is moderate avalanches hazards.
The south and west appearance of this Dhaulagiri Climbing Expedition marks hug drops. Each of them increases more than 4000 meters from its base Camp and both of these parts has been site of marathon ascends. More than a few pyramid-formed peak increases beside the major summit.
Day 01: Entrance in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: Stay Kathmandu for official work.
Day 03: Kathmandu stay and trip briefing
Day 04: Drive to Darbang (1180m) via Beni 830m)
Day 05: Trek to Phalia Gaon (1500m)
Day 06: Trek to Muri (1850m)
Day 07: Trek to Boghara (2080m)
Day 08: Trekking to Dobang (2520m)
Day 09: Trekking to Italian Base Camp (3660m)
Day 10: Take rest day at Italian base Camp and explore around
Day 11: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4700m)
Day 12 to 38: Expedition episode of Mt Dhaulagiri
Day 39: Trek back to French Col (5360m)
Day 40: Pass French Col and trek to Kharkha camp
Day 41: Pass Dhampus pass overnight Camp
Day 42: Trek to Tukuche (2590m)
Day 43: Drive to Beni
Day 44: Drive to Kathmandu or stay at Pokhara city.
Day 45: Kathmandu
Day 46: Final departure from Kathmandu
Note: You may do sightseeing activities in Kathmandu on earlier days too.
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