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Dhaulagiri (8,167), whose name means White Mountain, is the seventh highest mountain in the world. It is an enormous Himalayan massif, located in north central Nepal. After its discovery by the western world in 1808, it replaced Ecuador's Chimborazo (20,561 ft.) as the postulated highest mountain in the world. It maintained this standing for nearly 30 years, until the discovery of Kanchenjunga, which was then falsely believed to be the world's highest mountain.

Dhaulagiri's crest stretches for thirty miles, lending structure to an otherwise tangled topography of twisting ridges, glaciers, and ice falls. Along the main crest, several pyramid-shaped peaks rise. Four of these summits, numbered form east to west, rise above 25,000 feet.


Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer to your hotel.

Day 02


Day 03


Day 04

Drive to Bagling, trek to Beni, arrange for porters.

Day 05

Tatopani (1189m). Overnight in lodge.

Day 06

Ghasa (2012m). Overnight in lodge.

Day 07

Tukuche (2591m). Overnight in lodge.

Day 08

Marpha (2667m). Change porters.

Day 09

Yak Kharka

Day 10

French Col

Day 11

Dhaulagiri Base Camp

Day 12-49

Climbing Period Mt. Dhaulagiri

Day 50

Clean up Base Camp

Day 51

Dhampus Col

Day 52

Marpha. Overnight in lodge.

Day 53

Jomsom. Overnight in lodge.

Day 54

Fly Jomsom / Pokhara / Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel.

Day 55-57


Day 58

Departure from Kathmandu.


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