Dhaulagiri Base Camp via Jomsom

The most experienced and high level fitters have discovered this trek in recent time that needs the basic skills of mountaineering. The six highest mountain in the world, while you are entering into it’s base camp you be absolutely strong, means mentally and physically well prepared because of extreme adventure Dhaulagiri (8,167m). The hardest part is crossing over into the Kali  Gandaki valley which is separated from the north and west of the Dhaulagiri massif by over a dozen peaks higher than 7,000m. While in your unexpected success then you’ll be appreciated or highly recommended at hospitable Thakali village Marpha and Tukche and hot springs further down at Tatopani.


Day 1 : Arrival and transfer to hotel.
Day 2 : Whole day Kathmandu sightseeing
Day 3 : Kathmandu to Baglung by Bus.
Day 4 : An easy walk passing a stream and fields to Babichour (920m)
Day 5 : Dorbang (1,200m)
Day 6-8 : Dorban Dhara (1930m), Boghara (2,080m), Dabang (2,080m)
Day 9 : Ascend a challenging moraine to cross the glacier and reach the Halian camp.
Day 10 : All day long extreme walk along glacial ridges, steep moraines and rumbling series to the next acclimatize  camp.
Day 11 : Dhaulagiri B.C (4,900m).
Day 12 : French pass and break for the night, the appropriately named as hidden valley (5,020m).
Day 13 : Thapa pass (5,240m) to drop down to Yak kharka.
Day 14 : Marpha (2,680m).
Day 15 : Jomsom (2,713m)
Day 16 : Fly to Pokhara
Day 17 : Drive/Fly back to Kathmandu.
Day 18 : Departure