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Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition (8167 m)

  • 55 Days

Highlight of Darbang - Bagar - Italianbasecamp - Dhaulagiri Base camp - Dhaulagiri Summit - Marpha - Jomsom

Duration56 Days
Type of TrekTea house/ Camping
ActivitiesTrekking, Expedition, Culture Tours
No of Pax2 to 15
Max Altitude8167 m.
Mode of TravelLand and flight Transportation
Best MonthSeptember, October, November, March, April, May
Minimum Pax2 Persons

About

Mt. Dhaulagiri expedition is challenging expedition in Nepal. Mt. Dhaulagiri is 9th highest mountain in the world.  Dhaulagiri expedition offers a nice trek of Around Dhaulagiri, Dhaulagiri pass trekking, Dhaulagiri circuit in Annapurna region. Mount Dhaulagiri expedition take to you heart of the Annapurna region including beautiful Himalayan views of Annapurna , Dhaulagiri & Manaslu region. Normally, four camps will be set up for climbing Dhaulagiri mountaineering. Advance Dhaulagiri base camp will be set up at 5,330 m. Which is used for depositing the stuff and not as camping due to avalanche danger. Camp I will be set up at 5,900m. on the Col. which requires climbing towards the east from the Advance Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Dhaulagiri Camp II will be fixed at 6,400m. Which will require stretches of steep climbing. From Dhaulagiri Camp II, we climb towards west side with steep climbing and arrive Dhaulagiri Camp III at 7,200m. We then climb towards the East Ridge. When we get over the ridge, we will have to be very careful climbing over the ridge and probably, we will have to face strong wind while climbing and arrive at Dhaulagiri Camp IV, 7,500m. The climbing of this section is considered the most difficult in the expedition. Then we will push the summit and return to Dhaulagiri Camp III if everything goes well as planned. If we could not approach the summit from Dhaulagiri Camp IV due to bad weather or other reasons, we will have to fix bivouac at 7,900m.and next day try to push to the summit.

Mt. Dhaulagiri expedition commence from Beni after 4 hours drive from Pokhara. Everest View Treks & Expedition's climbing guide take to you through the beautiful valley of Tatopani, Ghasa, Marpha, Yak Kharka, Dhaulagiri base camp and eventually summit the Mt. Dhaulagiri summit. Autumn & Spring season is best time for Dhaulagiri mountaineering but we Everest View Treks And Expedition  arrange as per mountaineers wish & holiday schedule. Good physical fitness and climbing skill required for Dhaulagiri climbing. Minimum 8 weeks required for Dhaulagiri expedition. Since Dhaulagiri expedition has been open for mountaineering, we Everest view Treks & expedition successfully attempt numerous groups to summit.

Additional Info

Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition (56 days)

Tour Description

1D

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel, Dhaulagiri expedition briefing with officially arrangements, overnight at Kathmandu hotel.

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel, Dhaulagiri expedition briefing with officially arrangements, overnight at Kathmandu hotel.

2D

Day 02: Leisure time in Kathmandu valley for shopping or renting the Dhaulagiri expedition equipment. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Leisure time in Kathmandu valley for shopping or renting the Dhaulagiri expedition equipment. Overnight at Hotel.

3D

Day 03: After breakfast, relaxing or shopping with own activities and prepare for the Dhaulagiri expedition. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 03: After breakfast, relaxing or shopping with own activities and prepare for the Dhaulagiri expedition. Overnight at Hotel.

4D

Day 04: After breakfast, Kathmandu by flight to pokhara or private bus /van drive to Beni. overnight at Hotel.

Day 04: After breakfast, Kathmandu by  flight to pokhara or private bus /van drive to Beni. overnight at Hotel.

5D

Day 05: drive to marpha 6 to 7 hour overnight Tea house.

Day 05: drive to marpha 6 to 7 hour overnight Tea house.

6D

Day 06: Trek to Yakkharak 5 to 6 hour overnight Camp.

Day 06: Trek to Yakkharak 5 to 6 hour overnight Camp.

7D

Day 07: Trek to dhampush pass overnight camp.

Day 07: Trek to dhampush pass overnight camp.

8D

Day 08: trek to Dhaulagiri base camp overnight camp.

Day 08: trek to Dhaulagiri base camp overnight camp.

9D

Day 09: rest day Dhaulagiri base camp per pear climbing gear overnight camp.

Day 09: rest day Dhaulagiri base camp per pear climbing gear overnight camp.

10D

Day 10 to 47: Dhaulagiri Expedition Summit period.

Day 10 to 47: Dhaulagiri Expedition Summit period.

11D

Day 48: Clean Base camp.

Day 48: Clean Base camp. 

12D

Day 49: Trek to dhampush col overnight camp.

Day 49: Trek to dhampush col overnight camp.

13D

Day 50: Trek to marpha village overnight lodge.

Day 50: Trek to marpha village overnight lodge.


14D

Day 51: Trek to Jomsom 2 hour overnight lodge.

Day 51: Trek to Jomsom 2 hour overnight lodge.

15D

Day 52: fly jomsom to pokhara Transfer to hotel.

Day 52: fly jomsom to pokhara Transfer to hotel.


16D

Day 53: fly or drive back to kathmandu Transfer to Hotel.

Day 53: fly or drive back to kathmandu Transfer to Hotel.


17D

Day 54: sightseeing kathmandu valley or you can Relax evening farewell Dinner overnight hotel.

Day 54: sightseeing kathmandu valley or you can Relax evening farewell Dinner overnight hotel.


18D

Day 55: free day extra day overnight hotel.

Day 55: free day extra day  overnight hotel.


19D

Day 56: Final Departure.

Everest View  Treks & Expedition's representative will drop to Kathmandu international airport for onward journeys.

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