Dhaulagiri Trekking Nepal Info
Dhaulagiri trekking region know as one of the adventures and challenging trekking trip in Nepal. Mount Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters) is the seventh highest mountain in the world, located in the western part of Nepal. Mt Dhaulagiri separated from the Annapuran trekking region by Kali Gandaki gorge (deepest in the world). Mt. Dhaulagiri known as “White Mountain” in a world; include more then 30 stunning peaks above 6000m high, either of theses surpassing are above then 8000m. The trek to the Base camp of Dhaulagiri is strenuous and needs careful planning but for real trekkers who are willing to spend their holidays with nature and natural surrounding in the Himalaya then this is the perfect destination for doing trekking in Nepal.
Trekking in Dhaulagiri region is one of the popular and the most challenging treks in Nepal. Trekking in Dhaulagiri region means an exploration of the wild. Dhaulagiri trekking offers great challenge, superbly beautiful view and a total wilderness experience. Dhaulagiri Base Camp involves high pass like: Thapa pass (5200m) and French pass (5360m) demands some Mountaineering knowledge. As long as we cross French pass (the highest point of this trek), we immediately arrive in “Hidden Valley”. Hidden valley is such a nice valley in a high altitude. Trekking in Dhaulagiri region is rewarded with spectacular views of both majestic Himalayan peaks as well as White Water Rivers. Trekkers need to be keeping in mind that Trekking around the giant Himalayan Peak mount Dhaulagiri is one of the most challenging trekking destination in Nepal.
Dhaulagiri region trek, a long and of course, difficult treks around Dhaulagiri (8167m.) that starts from Beni. Trekkers will follow the Myagdi Khola westwards to Darbang and turn north on a tiny trail that leads through forests into the high country. Much of the route goes through a tricky trail on snow and a glacier as it crosses French pass (5240m.), traverses the head of Hidden Valley and crosses the 5155m Dhampus Pass. Dhaulagiri treks ends with a steep descent to Marpha and returns to Pokhara, either to fly from Jomsom to Pokhara or few days hiking through the Valley of Kali Gandaki River.