Dhaulagari Expedition

Grade: Star
Duration: 53 days
Maximum Altitude: 8167 meters
Departure: Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

Standing prominently in a 30-mile massif, Mt. Dhaulagiri ( 8167m ), renders challenges that put even the most seasoned climber’s experience and physical and psychological endurance to the test. Dhaulagiri rises stunningly high from its low-surroundings, thereby making it conspicuous among its other neighbors. On a clear day, it is supposed to be visible from the Northern Indian states of Bihar and Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. In stark comparison, the other 8000 meter peaks are surpassed by their surrounding neighbors. In addition, Mt. Dhaulagiri gentle slopes are loaded with snow and ice, making it the supreme White Mountain. Contrastingly, the other 8000 meter peaks’ steep slopes offer little chance of accumulating snow and as a consequence display bare rocks and cliffs. Mt. Dhaulagiri has also carved the world’s deepest gorge with the help of the Kali Gandaki river along with Mt. Annapurna in the east. It also happens to be Nepal’s first discovered tallest peak after Kanchenjunga and Mt. Everest.

Most climbers traditionally follow the northeastern ridge to summit Dhaulagiri despite others opting for other routes. Well before reaching the base camp, you need to traverse the notorious French Pass ( 5360m ). However, you can only make the ascent to the summit after establishing five other camps at varying altitudes.

Fitness Level: This trip requires you to be in good health and physically fit. So, we recommend a thorough physical examination before you start the trek.

Skills: Familiarity with the mountainous terrain and previous mountaineering experience.

Travel Insurance: 
Make sure that you are insured against cancellations, accidents, health, emergency evacuation, and loss, theft of, or damage to, baggage and personal effects.
In emergency situations, we will arrange for a helicopter rescue, medical treatment, and aftercare for you. All these costs shall be borne by your travel insurance company.

Required Equipment/Gears: 
All Climbing gears
Sleeping bag
Down jacket
LED headlight
Water bottle
First-aid kit
Water purification solution
Trekking Poles
Full fingers gloves
Thermal cap


We arrange all the climbing gears and equipment.
We will arrange your pick-up/drop-off according to your flight schedule.
Changes are likely to occur in the itinerary, depending on weather conditions and other things.

Documents required: 

Scanned copies of passport sized photo and passport of each participant
Travel insurance

Day 1

Arrival at Kathmandu

Day 2-3


Day 4

Drive from Kathmandu to Baglung/Beni

Day 5

Trek from Beni to Tatopani

Day 6

Trek from Tatopani to Ghasa

Day 7

Trek from Ghase to Tukuche/Marpha

Day 8

Rest day at Marpha.

Day 9

Trek from Marpha to Yak Kharka

Day 10

Trek from Yak Kharka to French Col.

Day 11

Trek from French Col. to Base Camp

Day 12-47

Climbing Period

Day 48

Trek to Dhampus Pass

Day 49

Trek to Tukuche/Marpha

Day 50

Trek to Jomsom

Day 51

Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara

Day 52

Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu

Day 53

Fly back home


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