Dhaulagiri Round Trek

Main Attraction:
Next to the Annapurna range in the mid-west with different panorama of giant Dhaulagiri, far remote mixed and wild, cultural experience, great nature, high adventure journey, unspoilt wild life and vegetation and adventurous photographic destination.

Accessibility:
Fly or drive to Pokhara, By air 30 minute and overland 7 hr. drive, transfer to trailhead, after the trek fly back from Jomsom to Pokhara.

The Route:
Max. Altitude 5360 m. French pass and 5250 m. Thapa pass, both moderate and strenuous trail, average 5-6 hr. walk per day, and we'll get an early start to cross the passes. It's a longer walk on those days.

Best Season:
Sept. to Nov. and March to May.

Facility:
No teahouses, only camping, porters are necessary in order to carry all gear and food.

Itinerary:
Day 01:
Drive to Beni to trailhead from Pokhara, 5 hr. by bus, start the trek and overnight camp at Babiochaur.

Day 02:
Babiochaur to Darbang (camp at school Chaur).

Day 03:
Darbang to Phalai Gaun.

Day 04:

Phalai Gaun to Jugepani (camp near by river bank).

Day 05:
Jugepani to Baghar (lunch time stay at same place).

Day 06:
Baghar to Dobang.

Day 07:
Dobang to Pakhaban (camp before Sallaghari).

Day 08:

Pakhaban to Italian Camp.

Day 09:
Italian Camp to Japanese Camp.

Day 10:

Japanese Camp to Dhaulagiri Base Camp.

Day 11:

Dhaulagiri Base Camp to Hidden Valley (French Pass 5360m.)

Day 12:

Hidden Valley to Yak Kharka (Thapa Pass 5290m.).

Day 13:
Yak Kharka to Marpha (Teahouse stay).

Day 14:
Marpha to Kalapani

Day 15:

Kalapani to Tatopani

Day 16:
Tatopani to Gorepani

Day 17:
Gorepani to Tirkhedhunga

Day 18:
Tirkhedunga to Pokhara
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