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Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

Dhaulagiri Circuit

Lately, if you have been seeking a relaxing getaway from the pressure of your hectic life, going on a trek would be an awesome idea as it will erase all your pressure via the thrill of the nature’s most extreme routes topped up by the breathtaking panorama of nature’s pristine beauty. Now, after you have decided that you want to go on a trek another question arises about where to go. The Highly trained team of Mountain hike Nepal is here to answer your query about the idyllic trekking routes best suiting your choice. Knowing your desire to explore the thrilling routes strolling into the alluring wilderness with the enchanting panoramas of nature’s high profile beauty, we suggest you; the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek would be a life-long mesmerizing trek.

 

The grueling Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek leads you through the high alpine paddocks, higher passes and tranquil and desolated valleys. Dhaulagiri, nestling in the western part of Nepal is beyond a shadow of a doubt the idyllic spot for exploratory trekking in Nepal. The majestic mountain vistas, alluring dense forest, cascading waterfalls, diversified wildlife and the welcoming hospitality of the inhabitants of this region justifies it as one of the best trekking routes in the globe today.

 

The enthralling scenic drive from Kathmandu to Beni stroll you into the route of the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. From Beni the trail runs via the villages of Babichour, Dorbang and Darapani all the way up to Muri, from where strolls along the bank of the Myagdi Khola. Hereupon the trail makes its way through the villages of Baghara, Dobang and Chartare heading towards Pakoban.  Heading north the trek swerves the Chhanbardan Glacier making its way up to the Dhaulagiri Base Camp, the heart of this trek from where extravagant mountain vistas are available. Thereupon the trek hikes up the steep incline to the French Pass. The trek thereafter descends passing via the Hidden Valley and hikes up to Thapa Pass from where the trek starts its descent, towards Alubari. Descending from Alubari, the trail routes towards the Marpha village on the bank of the Kali Gandaki River and then lures towards Jomsom from where you fly back to Kathmandu.

Lately, if you have been seeking a relaxing getaway from the pressure of your hectic life, going on a trek would be an awesome idea as it will erase all your pressure via the thrill of the nature’s most extreme routes topped up by the breathtaking panorama of nature’s pristine beauty. Now, after you have decided that you want to go on a trek another question arises about where to go. The Highly trained team of Mountain hike Nepal is here to answer your query about the idyllic trekking routes best suiting your choice. Knowing your desire to explore the thrilling routes strolling into the alluring wilderness with the enchanting panoramas of nature’s high profile beauty, we suggest you; the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek would be a life-long mesmerizing trek.
  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
  • Day 02: Kathmandu: City tour
  •  Day 3: Kathmandu drive to Pokhara and drive to Beni
  •  Day 4: Beni trek to Babiyachaur (990m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  •  Day 5: Babiyachaur trek to Dharapani (1565m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 6: Dharapani trek to Muri (1850m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  •  Day 7: Muri trek to Boghara (2080m): Walking separation: 7-8 hours
  •  Day 8: Boghara trek to Dovan (2540m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 9: Dovan trek to Upper Vungini (Italian Base Camp) (3800m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 10: Italian Base Camp Acclimatization (3800m)
  •  Day 11: Italian Base Camp trek to Glacier Camp (4,250m): Walking separation: 5-6 hours
  •  Day 12: Glacier Camp - Dhaulagiri Base Camp I (4750 m): Walking separation: 4-5 hours
  •  Day 13: Dhaulagiri Base Camp - French Col (5100m) - Hidden Valley (5000m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 14:Hidden Valley camp (5000m)
  • Day 15: Hidden Valley trek to Yak Kharka (4400m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 16: Yak Kharka trek to Marpha (2665m): Walking separation: 6 hours
  • Day 17: Marpha trek to Ghasa (2000m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 18: Ghasa trek to Tatopani (1180m): Walking separation: 4-5 hours
  • Day 19: Tatopani trek to Ghorepani (2775m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
  • Day 20: Ghorepani trek to Hille (1495m): Walking separation: 4 hours
  • Day 21: Hille to Pokhara: Walking separation: 3 hours and around 1 hour drive
  • Day 22: Pokhara to Kathmandu, take a 25 minutes flight or 6-7 hour drive.
  • Day 23: Final takeoff
 
  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
 
  • Upon your arrival at the Tribhuwan International Airport, you will be welcomed by a delegate from Mountain Hike Nepal who will drop you off at your lodging. Overnight in Kathmandu.
 
  • Day 02: Kathmandu: City tour
 
  • After breakfast we start our voyage through four stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These incorporate the structurally rich Durbar Square, the holy Hindu sanctuary of Pashupati Nath, the intriguing 'Monkey Temple' (Swayambunath) and Bauddha Nath Stupa which is one of the biggest stupas on the planet.
 
  • Day 3: Kathmandu drive to Pokhara and drive to Beni
 
  • In the wake of having your breakfast, we will drive you to the Domestic Airport to take a 25 minutes flight to Pokhara. Amid the short flight, you will have lofty perspectives of transcendent Manaslu Peaks and the snow topped Annapurna and Langtang Himalaya go. Or, on the other hand you can take a Tourist transport to Pokhara around 6-7 hour drive by means of grand Prithivi Highway. From Pokhara take a drive to Beni with the heavenly perspectives of Annapurna Himalayas. Beni is a clamoring town on a level over the intersection of Kali Gandaki and Myagdi streams.
 
  • Day 4: Beni trek to Babiyachaur (990m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • We begin our Dhaulagiri trekking along the Kali Gandaki River from Beni. Proceed with the street past rich green rice fields, kaleidoscopic butterflies and tremendous nightmarish cobwebs. Go by the towns of Mangalghat, Singa and Tatopani. Intersection Tara khet, move over a little edge to Babiyachaur.
 
  • Day 5: Babiyachaur trek to Dharapani (1565m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • Today, our trail crosses the terraced slopes; Shahashadhara town Dudh khola ratorunga town. Tha waterway bank at Phedi offers fine outing spot. Cross the Danyga khola on a major suspension extension and crush a progression of soak bends. Dharapani offers great perspective of Dhaulagiri IV and V and Gurja Himal.
 
  • Day 6: Dharapani trek to Muri (1850m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • The way goes soak up to Muri. From here you have the marvelous perspectives of Mt Dhaulagiri and different mountains nearly.
 
  • Day 7: Muri trek to Boghara (2080m): Walking separation: 7-8 hours
 
  • From Muri the trail is simple and goes down for couple of hours. After that you'll have some precarious climb way to Boghara.
 
  • Day 8: Boghara trek to Dovan (2540m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • The trail plunges down to a little edge at that point crosses woods to Jyardan. Slide a long, steep, tricky stone staircase into a profound bamboo and rhododendron woods to the town of Dovan. Over night remain at the visitor house.
 
  • Day 9: Dovan trek to Upper Vungini (Italian Base Camp) (3800m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • You will achieve the Italian Base Camp where you will camp just before the West mass of the Dhaulagiri. You'll go through excellent timberlands trail and with the nearer perspectives of mountains display to Upper vungini which is the Italian Base camp.
 
  • Day 10: Italian Base Camp Acclimatization (3800m)
 
  • The day is a rest day for the further ascensions. You will have tad bit of climbing around or a few sorts of activities. Since, we are quickly picking up elevation, keep yourself hydrated and relax.
 
  • Day 11: Italian Base Camp trek to Glacier Camp (4,250m): Walking separation: 5-6 hours
 
  • Today you'll make utilization of ropes for the intersection of ice sheets in some precarious spots. This part is a bit an unsafe trail so be watchful and have tolerance. Set your camp past the ice sheet.
 
  • Day 12: Glacier Camp - Dhaulagiri Base Camp I (4750 m): Walking separation: 4-5 hours
 
  • We will have move to the unpleasant and chilling piece of this trek with the awesome perspective of Dhaulagiri the distance. Appreciate the glorious face of Dhaulagiri I on the trail. We achieve the Dhaulagiri Base Camp at the stature of 4650m or 15252ft.
 
  • Day 13: Dhaulagiri Base Camp - French Col (5100m) - Hidden Valley (5000m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • Getting off the icy mass over the base camp frequently requires a rope, yet once finished the lofty moraine dividers we are in more secure and gentler nation. After a short of breath move to the highest point of French Col (5300m,) the perspectives of Hidden Valley open out. The wide valley is reminiscent of Tibet and Ladakh as are the temperatures, at any rate - 20ºC during the evening.
 
  • Day 14:Hidden Valley camp (5000m)
 
  • This is another rest day to respect the encompassing pinnacles and maybe do some investigating in the shrouded valley. A shrouded snow valley gives you a great trial of white world.
 
  • Day 15: Hidden Valley trek to Yak Kharka (4400m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • In the wake of moving over the 5200m Dhampus Pass, we cross torrential slide inclined slants and after that slip steeply to Yak Kharka. The Dhampus Pass between Tukuche pinnacle and Thapa crest is another paradise in the excursion.
 
  • Day 16: Yak Kharka trek to Marpha (2665m): Walking separation: 6 hours
 
  • From Yak Kharka we plunge along the flank of the mountain to indeed achieve human progress. Marpha is the primary tenants of the ethnic gathering of Thakalis most loved among the trekkers. It has kept its customary restricted cleared back streets and ways and a broad waste framework streams under the flagstone cleared road.
 
  • Day 17: Marpha trek to Ghasa (2000m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • The following day trail finishes the Kaligandaki River the tight crevasse, going through conventional Thakali towns. You can visit to the red-roofed Taglung Gompa, on a slope adjacent to a tremendous holy tree. The town of Ghasa marks a social and environmental breakthrough. We spend our night here in Ghasa.
 
  • Day 18: Ghasa trek to Tatopani (1180m): Walking separation: 4-5 hours
 
  • A stunning day strolls along Kaligandaki riverside, bit by bit rising with progress into sub tropical vegetation. Extremely fascinating suspension scaffolds to be crossed which gives you the energizing feeling of trekking. Tatopani is well known for common hot springs – you can have time for a hot Scrub-up.
 
  • Day 19: Tatopani trek to Ghorepani (2775m): Walking separation: 6-7 hours
 
  • Trail dives steeply through thick greenery secured rhododendron woodland with rich winged creature life. We pass some little towns and stroll nearby the Ghaja Khola. It's around 7-8 hours work as far as possible up to Ghorepani. Ghorepani gives an unhampered perspective of dawn over the high Himalayas.
 
  • Day 20: Ghorepani trek to Hille (1495m): Walking separation: 4 hours
 
  • Early morning trek up to Poonhill, One of the best Himalayan view focuses in Nepal Poonhill gives an unhampered perspective of dawn over the high Himalayas. From Poonhill one can appreciate fabulous perspective of Dhaulagiri I (8167m), Tukuche Peak Nilgiri (6940m), Annapurna South, Annapurna I (8091m), Hiunchuli (6441m) and Tarke Kang (7193m), Gangapurna (7454m), Lamjung Himal (6986m), Mt Fishtail ( Machhapuchhare 6997m), Tent Peak and numerous all the more High Himalayas. Trek down to Ghorepani and after breakfast begin downhill trekking to Hille.
 
  • Day 21: Hille to Pokhara: Walking separation: 3 hours and around 1 hour drive
 
  • We begin our excursion to pokhara from Hille (1510m) early morning. The trail takes after the primary road of Birethanti, twisting through the bamboo woodlands and past waterfalls with dive pools engaging you for a reviving swim. From Nayapul you'll have auto drive for around 1 and half hour through huge town Lumle to Pokhara city.
 
  • Day 22: Pokhara to Kathmandu, take a 25 minutes flight or 6-7 hour drive.
 
  • You can take a battle or take a drive to Kathmandu. You can have an exceptionally unwinding rest in lodging. At the night you can have your last night in Nepal getting a charge out of the Nepali social supper demonstrate trading welcome among companions and with all Nepalese individuals.
 
  • Day 23: Final takeoff
 
  • Our expedition in Nepal concludes today. Mountain hike Nepal delegate will drop you off at the Tribhuwan International Airport a couple of hours before the planned flight.
 

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