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Differentiated from the Annapurna district by the Kali Gandaki the Dhaulagiri massif incorporates more than 30 tops over 6000 meters, eight of these surpassing 8000 meters. The region around Tansen is home to the Magar individuals and capital of the free kingdoms to wind up a piece of Nepal.
From Dhorepatan the display of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri reaches is extraordinary and this remote region is home to neighborhoods of Tibetan outcasts who scan the territory for minerals and medicinalplants.
There is a long, troublesome trek around Dhaulagiri (8167m) that begins from Beni on the Kali Gandaki. Accompany the Myagdi Khola westwards to Darbang and transform north on a minor trail that leads through woods into the high nation. A significant part of the track is on snow and glacial masses as it crosses French Col (5240m), navigates the head of Hidden Valley and crosses 5155m Dhampus Pass. The trek closes with a steep plunge to Marpha and a come back to Pokhara, either through the Kali Gandaki valley or over the Ghorepani edge for a surrounding perspective of the whole Dhaulagiri massif.
One should grab an opportunity to come and see this beautiful region which is full of nature at its best. With a single touch of glimpse, it has an amazing power to captivate one’s mind and heart overall. Himalayan Scenery Treks & expedition welcomes you all to join us for the wonderful holiday. Our expert guides and staffs will do their every possible expertise features to make your trekking experience to remember lifelong. Let us serve you with the best as we believe you deserve it.
Day 01:Kathmandu - Pokhara - Baglung by bus (9h) - Beni (817m).
Day 02:Beni - Babichor (950m) in 5h.
Day 03:Babichor - Dharapani (1500m) in 6h.
Day 04:Dharapani - Muri (1840m) in 6h.
Day 05:Muri - Boghara (2080m) in 7h.
Day 06:Boghara - Dobang (2880m) in 6h.
Day 07:Dobang - Camp at 3200m in 5h.
Day 08:Camp at 3200m - Italians Camp (3700m) in 3h30.
Day 09:Italians Camp. Acclimatization and rest day.
Day 10:Italians Camp -Camp at 4300m in 5h.
Day 11:Camp at 4300m - Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4750m) in 4h30.
Day 12:Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Acclimatization and rest day.
Day 13:Dhaulagiri Base Camp - French Pass (5400m) - Camp in the
Day 14:Camp in the
Day 15:Yak Kharka - Tukuche (2591m) in 5h.
Day 16:Tukuche - Ghasa (2012m) in 4h30.
Day 17:Ghasa - Tatopani (1189m) in 4h30.
Day 18:Tatopani - Beni (817m).
Day 19:Beni - Baglung in 3h, then bus to Pokhara.
Day 01Kathmandu - Pokhara - Baglung by bus (9h) - Beni (817m). 3-hour walk.The trail the Kalihandaki River valley to Beni.
Day 02Beni - Babichor (950m) in 5h. Pleasant walk through the fields along Myagdi Khola Valley.
Day 03Babichor - Dharapani (1500m) in 6h. Wonderful panorama over vast terraced field areas.
Day 04Dharapani - Muri (1840m) in 6h. We gradually climb up through fire tree forests.
Day 05Muri - Boghara (2080m) in 7h. The valley narrows and villages become less numerous. Along the trail meadows give way to woods then terraced fields. Great vistas of Dhaulagiri I (8091m), Gurja Himal (7193m) and Ghustung Sud (6465m).
Day 06Boghara - Dobang (2880m) in 6h. Up and down along the Myagdi Khola in an untamed setting: dense forest and impressive waterfalls.
Day 07Dobang - Camp at 3200m in 5h. We continue up through a gradually-thinning forest.
Day 08Camp at 3200m - Italians Camp (3700m) in 3h30. Our first meeting with the glaciers. A magical panorama: just opposite, the impressive west face of Dhaulagiri I stares at us, on our right side is Manapati, and behind, the fantastic great wall of the Tsaurabong Peak.
Day 10Italians Camp -Camp at 4300m in 5h. By a steep trail, cluttered with moraines we approach the Myagdi Khola springs. We then start our progression along the Chhonbardan glacier.
Day 11Camp at 4300m - Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4750m) in 4h30. The climb is now easier. We establish our campsite opposite an ice-fall, set between Dhaulagiri II, II, IV and V on one side and Dhaulagiri I and the Tukuche Peak on the other.
Day 13Dhaulagiri Base Camp - French Pass (5400m) - Camp in the splendid view from the pass of Dhaulagiri I and the peaks surrounding the Hidden valley: Sita Chuchura, Mukut Himal et Tashi Kang.
Day 14Camp in the A short climb takes us up to the pass. Magnificent panorama of the Annapurna massif and the Nilgiris.
Day 15Yak Kharka - Tukuche (2591m) in 5h. The path descends zigzagging along mountainside.
Day 16Tukuche - Ghasa (2012m) in 4h30. We follow the Annapurna circuit route, along the Kali Gandaki river.
Day 17Ghasa - Tatopani (1189m) in 4h30. The trail now high above the Kali Gandaki passes through narrow gorges-regarded as the deepest and steepest in the world- and takes us to Tatopani - literally "hot spring".
Exploring Nepalese lifestyles, trekking through glaciers, challenging high Himalayan passes, panoramic views of great Himalayan peaks, Dhaulagiri base camp, French pass, Dhampus pass hidden valley, Kaligandaki river gorge, Annapurna Himalayan range. Various ethnic groups, apple form in Marpha, and scenic flight to Pokhara etc...