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Round Dhaulagiri Trekking

Dhaulagiri (8167m) is to be found in the western part of Nepal which comes under 7th highest peak in the world. Nepal is physically gifted with trekking sites as it supplies difficult and worthwhile trek. Dhaulagiri trekking offers wonderful natural beauty, the evergreen flourishes with rhododendron and the settlement of beautiful people with beautiful heart and their fusion but rich in their own culture. Round Dhaulagiri Trekking is a campaign type of trekking. Trekking in Dhaulagiri region is the most adventures and challenging trekking destination.
In Nepal, Round Dhaulagiri Trekking is considered as a least and slightest defying trekking trace. Round Dhaulagiri Trekking is a tiring trekking that shows the way on fearfulness yet inspiring channel to the massif Dhaulagiri region which is enclosed with additional peaks (30) in excess of 6000m. Round Dhaulagiri Trekking lays in the high yet exceptionally striking mountain range which lies in the west of Annapurna and the valley of Kaligandaki. Round Dhaulagiri Trekking is at 4750m which is very tiring so before the trek to Round Dhaulagiri Trekking requires being fully prepared and good planning is to be done or this adventure may not be that fruitful. Even though it seems very challenging for the adventurers as they can experience the most wilderness and excellently beautiful sceneries. Round Dhaulagiri Trekking comprises high bypass like French pass (5360m) as well as Thapa pass (5200m) so it demands a little mountaineering knowledge as well. Once you go for Round Dhaulagiri Trekking you can view all beautiful sceneries which will be waiting for you. Other peaks like Tukche and Thapa are also waiting to offer further eye catching views. On this route above 7000m more than dozen peaks are available.

Round Dhaulagiri Trekking provides different unparallel scenic beauty. Round Dhaulagiri trekking offers good experience related to trekking. Round Dhaulagiri Trekking has been planned for an itinerary lasting 21 days. The best time for the trek is from the months of February to June, September. However, July and August are good in terms of hiking but in those months the natural beauties are not so clear visibility due to rain. The maximum elevation reached on this trek is 1065m and its minimum altitude is 3800m. If you are planning to trek in a group then the minimum as well as maximum people in a group are 110. The nature of trek grade is an easy type and the sort of accommodation is tea house. Just in case if you are willing to know more relating with the trekking and price you can contact in the website of the company.

Outline Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Day o3: Drive to Pokhara Beni (830m)
Day 04: Trek to Babichaur (950m)
Day 05: Trek to Dharapani (1,400m)
Day 06: Trek to Muri (1,850m) 5hrs
Day 07: Trek to Boghara (2050m) 6 hrs
Day 08: Trek to Dovan (2520m)
Day 09: Trek to High Vungini (3660m)
Day 10: Trek to Vungini High
Day 11: Trek to Glacier Camp
Day 12: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp I (4740m)
Day 13: Trek to French Col (5360m) Hidden Valley
Day 14: Trek to Hidden Valley
Day 15: Trek to Yak Kharka (3680m)
Day 16: Trek to Kharka Marpha
Day 17: Trek to Ghasa
Day 18: Trek to Tatopani
Day 19: Ghorepani Trek
Day 20: Hile-Pokhara
Day 21: Back to Kathmandu
 

Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
As soon as you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu you will be transferred into hotel. You will be invited to visit the office for a briefing about this trek and to take a trekking permit. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Kathmandu valley includes several Hindu temples including of Pashupatinath, listed by UNESCO in World Heritage Sites and the largest Buddhist stupa in Boudhanath. You can also visit the Monkey Temple Swyambhunath, built in 2000 years old and visit Patan, city of fine arts. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 03: Drive to Pokhara Beni (830m)
On the 3rd day, you will drive to Pokhara (around 200km) by means of Prithivi Highway. The bus will leave in the dawn. It will take about 6 hours of drive in the midst of striking scenery all along the way. You will reach your destination at Pokhara in the late afternoon. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 04: Trek to Babichaur (950m) 5hrs
From Beni you will move for the trek to Babiyachaur (950m), which takes 5 hours. Leaving Beni means leaving Kaligandaki and goes west following the north bank of Myagdi Khola all the way through the village of Beni. Crossing the bridge beyond the village to the South bank of river, the track makes a half loop before crossing another bridge which is near to the Simalchaur. Again you need to come back to the bank where it leads to the village of Babiyachaur. Overnight stay in guesthouse.

Day 05: Trek to Dharapani (1,400m)
Beat out along the high, zigzag path out of a Babiyachar. You can find the widen valley and terrace with hills that develop on equal sides of the river. The track is somewhat height and as you pass the village named Shahashradhara, you need to cross the Khola name Duk and walking through the fields and then you arrives at Ratorunga. From here the valley narrows again and the terraces fade away on either side of the river continuing on the village of Dharapani (1,400m). Overnight stay at guestgouse.

Day 06: Trek to Muri (1,850m) 5hrs
On the 6th day you will trek to Muri (1,850m) which takes 5 hours. First you have to cross the river and head towards north to Phedi. As you go away the trace begins by climbing and there you will find many switch –backs until you appear at the edge. Again the track climbs sharply to the village of Muri. Go on with your hike to Sibang and Mattim. At this point you prolong an incline to the snout of a edge , go down to the Gatti Khola and reach Phalai Gaon (1810m) Cross the Dhara Khola to one time again appear on the west bank of the Myagdi Khola. This ridge leads to Muri, a Magar village. Overnight stay at tented Camp.

Day 07: Trek to Boghara (2050m) 6 hrs
Trek to Baghar (2050m) is on 7th day that takes 6 hours after a slide down. Then we cross a watercourse and carry on during terraced fields right before climbing a edge to attain the exceed from anywhere Mt.Ghustung South (6465m) is seen. Move down to the Myagdi Khola and hike down its West Bank to the village of Naura. Take a slope step with switch backs and goes down along the forest to Baghara. Overnight stay at tented camp.

Day 08: Trek to Dovan (2520m)
The track outside Baghara goes down all the way through terraced fields that lead to a small edge and afterward to a forest to Jyardan. After the settlement a high winding path crosses a rocky area and then descends before climbing again to Lipshe where there a single hut. The trail keep on throughout a forest to Lapshe Kharka and moves to Dobang (2520m).Overnight stay at tented camp.

Day 09: Trek to High Vungini (3660m)
You need to follow the track that is not well defined to the mortal moraine of the Chhonbarban Glacier and enter the glacier from the right. Tukche Peak (6837m) become able to be seen straight on, at the far end while the notable north flank of DhaulagiriI (8167m) dominates the skyline to your right. After a short while you will reach Italian Base Camp (3660m) which is also a site for your camp. To the west are the peaks of Dhaulagiri II (7751m), Dhaulgiri III (7715m) and Dhaulagiri V (7618m). Overnight stay at tented camp.

Day 10: Rest day
You can stay one more day at Italian Base Camp for rest as on 9th day trek to Italian Base Camp may be hectic and direful and this day must be helpful to explore new things. Overnight stay at tented camp.

Day 11: Trek to Glacier Camp
On the 11th day you will head towards Glacier Camp. You will set off early in the dawn when the weather is clearer. After crossing the glacier in the first place, probably with a rope in a couple of difficult places, got into the main glacier. The setting is spectacular, which makes the path rough and dangerous. You may also use a rope in this section. This is a comparatively a difficult day.
On this day you are going to stay overnight near at Glacier. Overnight stay at tented guest house.

Day 12: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp I (4740m)
On the 12th day you will move for the trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4740m) visible instantly on at the fair end while the striking north flank of Dhaulagiri (4740m) dominates the skyline to the right. You will reach Dhaulagiri Base camp which is selected as the site used for your camp for the night. To the west, there are the peaks named as Dhaulagiri II and Dhaulagiri V, Dhaulagiri Base Camp I. Soon the rough rubble gives way to smooth ice of the white part of the steady climb to Base Camp glacier. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 13: Trek to French Col (5360m) Hidden Valley
The maximum altitude of French Col or Hidden Valley is 5360m. The way that leads to Hidden valley is modest and tiring. You have to walk 5-6 hours per day so that you can get an early start to cross the passes. In the past it was supposed to be a longest walk. Thakali people used to bring their yaks to gaze. You are gifted by the terrific views in Hidden Valley. Hidden Valley trekking is the best trekking for the unaccompanied mountain. Overnight stay at guesthouse.

Day 14: Rest day
On the 14th day you will do nothing except than taking rest in Hidden Valley. Basically this is a day to admire the surrounding peaks and perhaps you may not be exploring other things on this particular day. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 15: Trek to Yak Kharka (3680m) 16 hrs
For the trek to Yak Kharka (3680m) you have to move early in the morning which takes 16 hours. Before the sunrise you have to cross Dhampu Pass. The view of the entire Annapurna Range being touched by the sun with the valley resting below in the darkness gives amazing views. Overnight stay at guesthouse.

Day 16: Trek to Kharka Marpha
On 16th day of an itinerary you will head towards Kharka Marpha from Yak Kharka. From Yak Kharka you will descend along the flank of the mountain to reach civilization again. You have to return to the tree line, potato and wheat fields' terraces and cottages. Marpha is famous for its apple orchards and is considered as a home for two lovely Tibetan monasteries. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 17: Trek to Ghasa
On the 17th day you will move for Ghasa from Kharka Marpha. Ghasa is a beautiful place where you can find nice people, with parkland and open space. As you reach Ghasa it will carry away all your tiredness. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 18: Trek to Tatopani
You will wake up early in the morning to start the next trip which provides the best clear views and sun rising over the Himalayas. You can enjoy lots of White Mountains from Poon Hill. After sun rising, you will return to get away and here you will take your day meal. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 19: Ghorepani Trek
On the 19th day, you will ascend around as the trail normally grows rising. You will come across a lot of small rivulets and river springs. In the middle, you will arrive at a traditional Magar village of Ulleri, which is situated at around 2080 meters. An hour’s of hike from Ulleri, grabs you to Nangethanti, where you will take your lunch. Again walking further hours of trek from Nangethanti, you will reach to Ghorepani, where you will stay. From Ghorepani, you can outlook incredible views of Dhaulagiri I, Tukuche, and an extra adjoining Himalayas. You can still enjoy the sunrise view from Ghorepani. Overnight stay at a guest house.

Day 20: Hile-Pokhara
This is the second last day according to an itinerary where you will move from Hile Pokhara. Here, you will trek through Nayapul Birethanti throughout lust, green valley Modiriver. In the past there used to be Waterfalls and swimming pools which attract tourists like a magnet to trek this place as their destination. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 21: Back to Kathmandu
On the 20th day you will drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara.. It’s all up to you whether you want to stay one more day or willing to return your own hometown. If you want to depart on this day, then you will be transferred into Tribhuvan International Airport, Kahmandu.


 

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