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.

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.

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

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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