Dhampus Peak Climbing

USD 3,255
  • Activities
    Dhampus Peak Climbing
  • Max Elevation
    6,012 at Dhampus Peak
  • Trip Duration
    24 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Technical Adventure
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodges + Tented Camp
  • Meals
    Full Board on Trek & BB Plan on City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 6 - 7 hours

Trip Highlights of Dhampus Peak Climbing :

  • Summit Dhampus Peak 6012m/19719ft.
  • Enjoy scenic flight Jomsom-Pokhara
  • Explore the hidden area between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Range with views of over thirty different peaks.
  • Cross challenging French Pass at 5360 meters and Dhampus Pass at 5240 meters.

Trip Introduction:

Dhampus Peak 6012m is also known as Thapa Peak. Located in between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range, the peak is technically straightforward that offers a splendid view of the whole upper Kali Gandaki. From the summit, we have a magnificent view of over thirty different peaks between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range with a close view of Tukuche and Dhaulagiri.

Dhampus Peak Climbing with Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition is an excellent opportunity for climbers wanting to achieve the less reached Dhampus Peak while exploring the Annapurna and Mustang region’s rich flora and faunas.

Dhampus Peak Climbing with Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition starts after a day’s drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara. Dhampus Peak can be summit either by short route via Jomsom or by following the entire Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. The Dhampus Peak climbing trail follows several traditional villages, rhododendron forests, crossing numerous passes with stunning views of the Himalayas until reaching Dhampus Peak Base Camp.

We will have a day of safe acclimation, and then we follow a trail on a snow-paved slope to a high camp situated at 5600m altitude. From high camp, we continue straight up, follow the snow crest to conquer Dhampus Peak.

Return journey safely back to Jomsom via Yak Kharka and fly to Pokhara to end the awesome peak climbing & trekking experience in Nepali Himalayas. In this way, Dhampus Peak Climbing Cost and Itinerary would be ended.

Please Visit: Peak Climbing Gears and Equipment and Essential Tools & Gear for Trekking

  • Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu [1345m/4411ft] & transfer to Hotel

    Our airport arrival and departure representative will meet you at Tribhuvan International Airport on your arrival schedule. You will then be transferred to the hotel and our staff will help you until check-in procedure ends at the Hotel. Either you can have rest at Hotel or visit NGT’s office. In the evening, join our welcome dinner program organized by Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition Team.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan + Welcome Dinner

  • Day 02: Drive to Pokhara [820m/2689ft] [5-6 hrs Drive]

    Today we will drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara over Prithvi Highway along the scenic zigzag hilly roads that take approximately five to six hours. Pokhara is a beautiful town set on the banks of the Fewa Lake. Pokhara is tourist’s paradise full of natural wonders as well as cultural heritage sites such as lakes, caves, temples of Buddhist and Hindus along with the magnificent views of surrounding mountains. It is smaller and much less hectic than Kathmandu.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan

  • Day 03: Drive to Beni and Trek to Tatopani [3 Hrs Drive & 4 Hrs Trek]

    From Pokhara, we will take another scenic drive towards Beni – the starting point of our trek. From here we start our trek following the trail that passes through beautifully terraced farmlands, several cultural and traditional villages before reaching Tatopani.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 04: Trek from Tatopani to Dharapani [1,470m/4821ft] [5-7 hrs Trek]

    From Tatopani, we will continue to follow the trail that goes along the Myagdi Khola and pass through many villages inhabited mainly by Chhetri and Gurung tribes communities of Nepal. We will continue on our route by crossing the suspension bridge before ascending gradually to reach Dharapani.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 05: Trek from Dharapani to Muri [1,850m/6068ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]

    From Dharapani we follow a rather easy trail passing through terraced fields of rice and wheat, traditional villages with scenic mountain views along the way. We continue our trek by soon crossing a suspension bridge above Dhara Khola, and from there we begin to climb towards Muri village – a Magar community-based village.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 06: Trek from Muri to Boghara [2,080m/6822ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]

    Leaving Muri, we will follow the trail that descends down a rather steep slope and then crossing the suspension bridge over the Muri Khola. From there we will continue to trek through the dense bamboo forest and typical farmhouses. We will follow the north route where the valley finally widens as we emerge to the open fields before reaching Boghara.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 07: Trek from Boghara to Dobang [2,500m/8200ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]

    From Boghara we will follow the trail that goes along the west bank of Myagdi Khola and through the lush subtropical forest towards Lipshe. From there, our trek continues passing through traditional villages where we can get a glimpse of villagers trying to collect honey from high above the trees and hills. We follow the trail through the forest to reach Dobang where there are several tea houses with good camping sites.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 08: Trek from Dobang to Sallaghari [2,820m/9249ft] [5-7 hrs Trek]

    From Dobang the route heads through dense rhododendron and bamboo filled the forest. We then cross Myagdi Khola over the bridge and follow the trail that goes along the east bank of the Myagdi Khola. Following the deep lush forest, we head gently towards Sallaghari.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 09: Trek from Sallaghari to Italian Base Camp [3,660m/1204ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    We follow the trail through the dense rhododendron, pine and birch trees before climbing up to an open area on the lateral moraine. Heading little further we arrive at the Italian Base Camp from where we can see the up-close west view of Mt. Dhaulagiri 8167m.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 10: Rest and acclimatization day – free exploration

    As acclimatization is very important in the higher altitudes, today we take a day rest for acclimatizing before climbing up to higher altitude towards Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Besides, exploration around the Italian Base Camp can be of a good idea while we have a day off.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 11: Trek to Glacier Camp [4,200m/13776ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]

    Glacier camp is situated between the Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Our trail descends steeply down towards the icy glacier. Following the trail here is very challenging and difficult, so we need to be well equipped with ropes, crampons and other equipment. After crossing the glacier we will continue our walk along the moraine on the left side of Chonbarden gorge. Following the narrow trail, we head towards Glacier Camp for the overnight camping.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 12: Rest and acclimatization day at Glacier Camp

    Acclimatization is very crucial, especially when gaining higher altitudes. Today we will take a rest day at Glacier camp for acclimatization because ascending from Italian Base Camp 3660m to Dhaulagiri Base Camp 4740m can result in altitude sickness and generate difficulty in health conditions. It is very necessary for us to keep ourselves healthy and fit before we continue further up in the high altitudes.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 13: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp [4,700m/15416ft] [5 hrs Trek]

    From Glacier camp, we will follow a rough trail that along the moraine which is often snow-covered and icy. Carefully moving our steps, one at a time slowly we continue our walk over the glacier and head towards Dhaulagiri Base Camp.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 14: Rest and acclimatization day at Dhaulagiri Base Camp

    Another day the rest is crucial at Dhaulagiri Base Camp for acclimatization before crossing the French Pass 5360m. Besides, Dhaulagiri Base Camp offers the best view of Dhaulagiri 8167m, Dhaulagiri II 7751m, Dhaulagiri IV 7618m, Tukuche Peak 6920m and other surrounding high peaks. Hence, exploration around the area can be worthwhile.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 15: Trek to Hidden Valley [5050m/16564ft] via French pass [5,360m/17580ft] [8-9 hrs Trek]

    Today we start early following the trail that crosses over to the left of the upper Chonbarden glacier. We continue to climb a steep uphill towards the lateral moraine ridge with inspiring views of Dhaulagiri I and Tukuche Peak. Then we make a final ascent for the crossing of the challenging French Pass 5360m. We approach towards the top of the pass where multi-coloured prayer flags dance with the wind. Stunning view of Dhaulagiri 8167m, Tukuche Peak 6920m, Mukut Himal 5970m, Sita Chuchura 6611m, Tashi Kang 6386m and other high peaks surely offers a lifetime achievement. After spending quality time at the French Pass we continue our trail by descending through moderate snow slopes. After a long descent, we follow our trail that leads to the hidden valley.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 16: Trek to Dhampus Peak Base Camp [5100m/16728ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    Leaving Hidden valley we follow our trail that heads through alpine vegetation and magnificent views of surrounding high peaks. We will continue our trek until we arrive at a good camping site which is considered as Dhampus Peak Base Camp. As soon as we arrive, we will set up our camps and make preparation for our further climb.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 17: Rest/Acclimatization day at Dhampus Peak Base Camp.

    Today we will spend our day at the base camp for acclimatization. Being physically fit and mentally well is the best way to achieve our target Dhamus Peak summit.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 18: Trek from Dhampus Base Camp to High Camp [5600m/18368ft] [3-4 hrs Trek]

    From here we continue to follow the trail that ascends gradually through and over glaciated mountain passes to finally arrive at High Camp. After arriving we will set up our camps and make the final preparation of ropes, crampons, harness, ice axes and other necessary climbing equipment before our final climb to the summit. We will have to restore as much energy as we can for the successful climb to the summit of Dhampus Peak.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 19: Summit Dhampus Peak [6012m/19719ft] & back to Base Camp [8-9 hrs Climb]

    Fully equipped and properly acclimatized we start early for the climbing of Dhampus Peak summit. With proper guidance, we will follow in the footsteps of our experienced climbing experts and overcome several technical sections we head for the summit. Once at the summit we are rewarded with great views of Annapurna I, II, III and IV, Annapurna South, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri South and North, Tilicho peak, Tukuche Peak and other snow-topped peaks. After spending quality time at the top we will gradually descend back to reach back to the base camp.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 20: Trek from Dhampus Base Camp to Yak Kharka [3680m/12070ft] via Dhampus Pass [5,240m/17187ft] [7-8 hrs]

    Having achieved our target, we will follow the trail that climbs up a moderate snow slope towards the crossing of Dhampus Pass at 5240 meters. After successfully crossing the pass we will make a steep descend entering into the world’s deepest gorge – Kali Gandaki Valley. We will make a rather long traverse across the snow which usually takes around four hours before descending further down towards Yak Kharka.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 21: Trek from Yak Kharka to Jomsom [2,670m/8757ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    Today we follow the trail that descends from Yak Kharka for a rather long time before reaching the village of Marpha – the Apple Garden. From Marpha we walk an easy trail heading towards Jomsom. Jomsom is an important hub for Mustang and Upper Mustang Treks with the airstrip, abundance of tea houses and services. This is a celebration day after successfully accomplish Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek with NGT Team. Evening enjoys with NGT Team.

    Accommodation: Tea House/Lodge 
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 22: Morning flight to Pokhara; Free day - explore, sightseeing, boating, and personal activities.

    We will take an early morning short and scenic flight from Jomsom to reach Pokhara. Pokhara is home to thick forest, emerald lakes and a place of remarkable natural beauty. The reflection of the Machhapuchre (Fish-Tail) Himal over the serene Fewa Lake makes this place truly magical. Besides, visiting sacred places and sightseeing around the city in Pokhara could be a good way to spend your day at Pokhara.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort  
    Meals: BB Plan

  • Day 23: Drive back to Kathmandu

    It takes approximately four to five hours drive to reach Kathmandu from Pokhara. We will drive along Prithvi Highway which offers scenic hilly zigzag roads while driving along the banks of Trishuli River. Green vegetation, the flowing river and the daily activities of the local people for daily survival can be observed during our drive journey as we pass through many villages and towns. We will celebrate the completion of the trip with a farewell dinner together.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan + Farewell Dinner

  • Day 24: International Departure

    Our representative will drop you at the International Airport as per your flight schedule.

    Check out equipment lists requires for Peak climbing.

What's included?
  • 2 Nights stay in Kathmandu & 2 Nights stay in Pokhara with BB Plan
  • All ground transportation by the private vehicle including airport arrival and departure transfer
  • Climbing and trekking permits for Dhampus Peak Climbing and Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking
  • Tea House + Camping combined accommodation during trek & Climb – as per itinerary
  • All meals during trek & climb– Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Experienced trekking & climbing guide
  • The required number of porters
  • All necessary climbing gears
  • Kitchen equipment and camping equipment during the climbing period
  • General first aid kids
  • Insurance, clothing, and salary for staffs
  • All government taxes and necessary paperwork
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
What's not included?
  • Medical/personal high-risk insurance (suggest have rescue coverage policy as well)
  • International airfares and departure tax.
  • Personal climbing gears.
  • Major meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Cost of personal expenses
  • Tips

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

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Dhampus Peak Climbing Difficulty
Dhampus Peak is situated in the northern side of the Dhaulagiri Region. It is an interesting peak for climbers. It is an easy trekking peak to ascent for climbers. The overwhelming altitude differences between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges make Dhampus Peak a very exposed spot to observe the scenery. Dhampus Peak is enough to enjoy the most spectacular mountains, unbelievable mountain vistas, unique and pristine culture and more solid hospitality than elsewhere. Besides that, the Dhaulagiri glacier and deepest gorge of the world also fascinate you.
Dhampus Peak is a non technical peak and doesn’t demand any previous experiences. However, precautions regarding the altitude, unstable weather, and your fitness level are always necessary. We recommend a high level of consideration for this peak climbing preparation before going for it.

Dhampus Peak Climbing Season
Peak Climbing in Nepal is a seasonal activity. Autumn and Spring are the best seasons for climbing most of the mountains in Nepal. Autumn Season (September, October & November) and Spring Season (March, April & May) are the perfect seasons for Climbing Dhampus Peak. During these months, the days will be sunny and warm in the Himalayas. The skies will be clear and the atmosphere of the Himalayas will be alluring. Thus, we can have great views of the mountains. Nevertheless, some adventure-seeking clients who don’t like hustle and bustle during the journey also can choose Winter Season (December, January, and February) months for this trip. Monsoon season (June, July, and August) will be pretty difficult time for climbing in the Himalayas because of monsoon. During monsoon the trails will be slippery, muddy and there will be landslides too.

Preparations for Dhampus Peak Climbing
The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. Preparation is a key to success of any activity. Good preparations are must for the successful peak climbing. You need to consider several things before going for peak climbing. For the successful Dhampus Peak Climbing, your physique plays a vital role. So, you must prepare yourself before the climb. You would better join a mountaineering course for 4-6 months. Otherwise, you can join gym and have aerobic training, cardio, stress endurance training, hiking trainings etc. You can also practice jogging, cycling, swimming, hiking etc. on a regular basis. Your previous experiences on mountaineering are also important. So, you must practice hiking to some smaller peaks. Similarly, you should be careful about your diet. You must include plenty of protein, carbohydrates, and minerals in your diet. A balanced diet is very important for physical fitness. Moreover, you must be mentally ready to cope up with the adverse situations in the mountain. The weather is unstable at high altitude and you should also spend couple of days in a camp. Hygiene matters a lot for the success of the climb. In addition to all these, you must also go through Dhampus Peak Climbing Gears checklist and have enough collection of them.

Physical Fitness & Experience Required for Dhampus Peak Climbing
Dhampus Peak Climbing is a technical adventure activity in Nepal which requires previous trekking experience and technical skills about peak climbing gears to have successful summit. The trip is very suitable for adventure motivated trekkers who have ability to walk in snows ridges and adventurous trails. Walking in high altitudes might attract high altitude sickness, slow and steady walk would be the perfect solution. We suggest every trekker who are planning to come to Nepal for trekking and peak climbing adventure to do daily physical workout (jogging, hiking, cycling, gym, etc) prior to a couple of weeks. We recommend you to undertake Dhampus Peak only if you have undertaken other smaller peaks of the same region. Here is the list of the activities that must be done compulsorily before attempting any peak climbing in Nepal:

  •  Go for a run or hike to hills where you have to do ascents and descents.
  •  Once a week, do a long walk.
  •  Swim and cycle.
  •  You can also go up and down the stairs of a tall building.
  •  Eat healthy food.
  •  Keep on doing. If you can, do more yoga related to breathing.

Gears and Equipments for Dhampus Peak Climbing
Climbers need several pairs of socks, including trekking, wool and liner socks. They also need lightweight hiking boots as well as plastic, lined climbing boots. These should be large to give feet more room and reduce the risk of frostbite. Here is the list of major and most essential climbing gears. Just have a look.

  •  Climbing Helmet: Choose a good quality climbing helmet. Make sure your warm cap fits under your helmet.
  •  Climbing Boots: High altitude, Insulated stiff-soled climbing boots.
  •  Crampons: C2 crampons that fit the climbing boots.
  •  Climbing Harness: Good quality climbing harness.
  •  Ascending device or Jumar
  •  Descending or belay device
  •  Tape sling: UIAA tested 220cm open tape sling or 2 x 120 cm closed tape sling
  •  Carabiners: 2 x lockable carabiners. 2 x non-locking carabiners
  •  Prusik loop: Best quality prusik loop
  •  Ice axe: An ice axe with a wrist strap for climbing

For other information regarding the gears/equipments and clothing, we suggest you to go through Dhampus Peak Climbing Gear checklist. You can also get detail information about such gears in our website. Just have a look.

Permit and Cost for Dhampus Peak Climbing
Dhampus Peak Climbing is an adventure that cannot be undertaken without a climbing permit. You need to acquire a permit from Nepal Mountaineering Association to attempt any peak above 5000 meters. The climb without having will be illegal. For climbing Chulu East Peak, you need to have Local Area (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) Permit which costs around $20, Climbing Permit, TIMS Card Permit (Trekking Information Management System) and all government tax.

The following service charge has to be paid by the foreign climbers who are hoping to attempt Chulu East Peak:
Spring Season (March, April, May): $250
Autumn Season (September, October, November): $ 125
Winter Season (December, January, February): $ 70
Summer Season (June, July, August): $70

Accommodations during Dhampus Peak Climbing
At a reasonable Dhampus Peak Climbing Cost, Sophisticated hotels and resorts from normal tourist standard category to five-star categories are available in Kathmandu for your accommodation, where you can choose your suitable one. During the entire trekking (apart from the climbing period of Dhampus Peak) there is availability of tea house/lodges. And during the climbing period for a couple of days, we need to set up tent camp for our accommodations. So we will provide all tea house accommodation at available places and camping accommodation at the places where tea house/lodges are not available. Accommodation can be Single, Double, Triple or twin sharing basis as per your requirement.

Meals during Dhampus Peak Climbing
Dhampus Peak Climbing Expeditions are inclusive for all meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) including the entire trekking and climbing period, apart from the BB plan during the stay in Kathmandu. We will have Dinner and Breakfast in the same teahouse/Camp where we spent overnight and Lunch will be en-route of trekking towards next destination since we have to leave our accommodation after breakfast to continue the trek. You can enjoy the taste of varieties of cuisines; Nepali food, Tibetan, Continental, Indian, Italian etc by choosing in the menu. During the camping period, while we are in Dhampus Base Camp and High Camp, our kitchen team will prepare hygienic foods to serve you. There might not be several choices of foods during the camp as in the tea houses and restaurants; you have to understand that our crew have to carry all camping gears and kitchen equipments from available places but we are sure we will provide as much services and facilities as we can do to make your adventure holiday awesome.

Altitude Sickness
Altitude sickness is the effect of oxygen deficiency in the blood and tissues at the high altitude. It is the negative health effect of high altitude due to the rapid exposure to low amount of oxygen at high elevation. The common symptoms of Altitude sickness include headaches, vomiting, tiredness, trouble sleeping and dizziness.
Altitude Sickness generally referred as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) occurs only above 2500m. The main reason of altitude sickness is rapid ascent and decreasing amount of oxygen at the high altitude. There are mainly three types of altitude sickness: Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and High Altitude Cerebral Edema.
Altitude Sickness can become a medical emergency if ignored. The best way to prevent altitude sickness is to travel to high altitude slowly. It normally doesn’t take long for your body to adjust into a changed altitude. At the higher altitudes, the air pressure and oxygen level is comparatively lower. Our body takes time to adjust to such change. We suggest you to keep you hydrated, not to smoke or drink alcoholic substance, eat hygienic food, sleep low, take it easy, use Diamox tablets etc. to prevent yourself from Altitude Sickness.

Is Nepal Safe?
No doubt, Nepal is safe for trekking, hiking and mountaineering. The trekking trails are improvised and maintained as well. In many technical sections, ropes have been fixed.
The stains of the devastating earthquake have also been healing up and the decade long armed insurgency has also come to an end along with the implementation of the new constitution.
Tourist Help Desk and Tourism Information Centre have been established at the prominent tourist destinations. Moreover, you will receive a respectable welcome everywhere you go. The Nepali people are simple and kind to you and pay a wonderful hostage to you.
Don’t worry; Nepal is a safe country to visit.

Tips for Dhampus Peak Climbing

  •  Be prepared well.
  •  Pack sufficient, don’t include unessential, and don’t miss the basics.
  •  Be ready to cope up with the unfamiliar weather pattern and respect the weather
  •  Choose the easier route: simply the one from South Col.
  •  Be aware of the altitude sickness
  •  Quickly pass the Khumbu Icefall and other treacherous areas
  •  Keep sufficient spare oxygen cylinders
  •  Use ropes
  •  Drink Plenty
  •  Be familiar with your gears and alpine, medicines

Final Say
Dhampus Peak Climbing is one of the easier trekking peaks. However, the peak could be a technical climbing depending upon the snow condition. As we have already described above, climbing the Mount Everest requires a lot of trainings and mental stamina as well as good collection of climbing gears and equipments. Therefore, we would like to request anyone hoping to ascent Dhampus Peak to be fully prepared first. If you want any help from us, we are ready for your service.

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