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Mount Dhaulagiri Expedition (51 days )
Mt. Dhaulagiri is the 7th highest mountain peak in the world and is the 5th highest among mountains in Nepal. It is located in the Northwest region of Myagdi district. Mount Dhaulagiri is one of the most formidable peaks to climb with an altitude of 8167 meter. It is also known as the White Mountain as it is easily noticed because of its unique shape which can be seen from treks to Pokhara.
Mount Dhaulagiri was first climbed fifty five years ago in 1960 by the Swiss. Mt. Dhaulagiri was first sighted or seen by some British surveyors in India during early 1800s bit it remained unknown until a Swiss survey was made in 1949. Eight members of a Swiss Expedition team reached the summit in 1960.
Taking part in mount Dhaulagiri Expedition requires some best quality of technical equipment, technically equipped guides. Since the weather of Mount Dhaulagiri is unpredictable, proper cautions and rest should be integrated. Expedition to Mount Dhaulagiri starts in Kathmandu and after taking drive to Beni, trek will cross a marvelous trial. Walking through the primeval valley of Myagdi, terraced hillsides with vegetation, old and traditional villages, craggy terrain of massif Dhaulagiri, tough French and Thapa passes are extraordinary for the everlasting memories of being in Nepal and being involved in camping trekking to Dhaulagiri.
Day 01 – 03: Official preparation day in Kathmandu.
Day 04: Drive to Baglung/Beni
Day 05: Trek to Tatopani
Day 06: Trek to Lhasa
Day 07: Trek to Tukuche/Marpha
Day 08: Stay at Marpha and take rest
Day 09: Trek to Yak Kharka
Day 10: Trek to Yak Kharka and to French Col.
Day 11: Trek French Col. to Base Camp
Day 12 – 47: Start climbing the mountain
Day 48: Trek to Dhampus Col
Day 49: Trek to Tukuche/Marpha
Day 50: Trek to Jomsom
Day 51: Fly to Jomsom then Pokhara and then to Kathmandu