Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek

USD 2,555
  • Activities
    Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek
  • Max Elevation
    5360m at French Pass
  • Trip Duration
    21 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Moderate & Adventure
  • Lodging
    3 Nights in Kathmandu, 2 Nights in Pokhara and rest of the days for trekking
  • Meals
    Full Board on Trek & BB Plan on City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
    Yes [ Satellite Phone]
  • Group Size
    Min 02
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 6 - 8 Hrs

Trip Highlights for Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek :

  • Trek around Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m) – 8th highest peak of the World.
  • Cross the challenging high Himalayan two passes; French Pass (5360m) and Dhampus Pass (5240m) in one trek.
  • Walk and observe the worlds’ deepest gorge – Kali Gandaki Valley on the way of Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek
  • Grab great opportunity for exploring the massive Dhaulagiri Range from very closer; including its flora and fauna.

Introduction :

Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek is an incredible experience of trekking for those who seek adventure around Dhaulagiri (8167 m) region – the world’s 8th highest summit. The massive mountain range of Dhaulagiri consists of around fifteen peaks which are over 7000 meters.

The trek includes the crossing of challenging French Pass (5360m) and Dhampus Pass (5260m). Stunning views over the high snow-capped mountains, crossing over the two challenging passes and walking right beside Kali-Gandaki Gorge – the world’s deepest gorge is some of the features highlighted on this trek. 

Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek with Nepal Guide Treks starts from beautiful lake city Pokhara – the gateway to Annapurna Trekking Region. From Pokhara, the trek starts, after few days walking the trail rests at the Italian Base Camp (3660m). Acclimatization is very necessary in high altitudes, so resting the following day is a very good option. Also, exploration at the Italian base camp can be made. A group of Italians were first to reach that destination, so the place is named after them.

It is a very suitable place for camping. The trail heads up to Glacier Camp (4200m) and then to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4700m) after another day rest for acclimatization. Crossing the first pass – French Pass (5360m) the trail moves forward towards the Hidden Valley (5050m). Then, the trek from Hidden Valley to Yak Kharka is made crossing another pass – Dhampus Pass (5240m), then slowly to Jomsom. Taking a morning flight from Jomsom, the journey ends at Pokhara.
Please Visit: Essential Tools & Gear for Trekking

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

    Our airport arrival and departure representative will be at Tribhuvan International Airport on your arrival schedule. You will be transferred to the hotel and our staff will help you until check-in procedure ends at 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 [5-6 hrs drive]

    Today we drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara along the scenic zigzag hilly roads. Pokhara is a beautiful town set on the banks of the Fewa Lake. Pokhara is tourist’s paradise full of natural as well as cultural heritage sites such as lakes, caves, temples of Buddhist and Hindus along with 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 take another drive towards Beni – the starting point of our trek. From here we start our trek following the trail through 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 follow the trail that goes along the Myagdi Khola passing through many villages inhabited mainly by Chhetri and Gurung tribes. We continue on our route by crossing the suspension bridge and start 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 crossing a suspension bridge above Dhara Khola, we begin our climb from there 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]

    We follow the trial by descending down a rather steep slope from Muri and then crossing the suspension bridge over the Muri Khola. From there we continue our trek through the bamboo filled forest and farmhouses. We follow the north route where the valley widens; 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 here we walk along the west bank of Myagdi Khola 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 approach towards Sallaghari.

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

  • Day 09: Trek from Sallaghari to Italian Base Camp [3,660m/12004ft] [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 at Italian Base Camp

    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 glacier. Since following our trail here is difficult we need to be well equipped. After crossing the glacier we 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

    Today we take a rest 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 follow a rough trail along the moraine which is 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 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 is surely 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: Free Exploration of the Hidden Valley

    After the successful crossing of the French Pass, today we rest at Hidden Valley. From here we can choose between several options for day walks around Hidden Valley. The best option would be a walk up to the western ridge from where we get the magnificent view over Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Nilgiri and the lowers parts of Hidden Valley. Most importantly, Hidden Valley is the starting point for mountaineers seeking to climb Dhampus Peak 6060m.

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

  • Day 17: Trek from Hidden Valley to Yak Kharka [3680m/12070ft] via Dhampus Pass [5,240m/17187ft] [7-8 hrs]

    Today we start early, leaving the Hidden Valley we follow the trail that climbs up a moderate snow slope towards the crossing of Dhampus Pass 5240m. After successfully crossing the pass we make a steep descend entering into the Kali Gandaki Valley. We 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 18: 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 19: Morning flight to Pokhara. Free day for Exploring & Sightseeing.

    We take an early morning scenic flight from Jomsom to 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.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan

  • Day 20: Drive back to Kathmandu

    It takes approximately four to five hours drive to reach Kathmandu from Pokhara. We drive along Prithvi Highway which offers scenic hilly zigzag roads through the banks of Trishuli River. The daily activities of the local people can be seen along the road when we pass through many villages and towns.

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

  • Day 21: International departure

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

What's included?
  • Airport Arrival and transfer to Hotel
  • 3 nights ‘Day 01, 02 & 20” stay in Kathmandu & 1 Night Stay ‘Day 19’ in Pokhara with BB Plan
  • All land transportation by private vehicle
  • Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara
  • All meals [B/F, Lunch & Dinner] During Trekking period
  • Camping Accommodation during Trekking
  • National Park fees, Conservation Area Fees & TIMS [Trekkers Information Management System] fee.
  • Highly experienced Trekking guide for the entire trek
  • Required Number of Porters
  • Staffs food, clothing & salary, Insurance.
  • General First aid Kids
  • All tax, vats and necessary paper works
  • Airport Drop
What's not included?
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
  • Rescue & Evacuation
  • Gratitude (tip) for staff

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Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek Difficulty
Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek is one of the adventurous trekking in the Dhaulagiri Region. This trek includes the adventure of crossing two of the high passes: French Pass (5360m) and Dhampus Pass (6060m). This trek also offers the stunning views of high-snow capped mountains and world’s deepest gorge. Besides that, this trek also involves unique and most interesting culture and traditions, geography and climate.
Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek is a tough trek. In fact it is one of the toughest treks in Nepal. It is suitable for trekkers with previous experience of trekking at altitudes above 5,000 m. The optional ascent of Dhampus Peak (6,060 m) requires basic mountaineering skills, such as knowledge of the climbing gears and how to use them. Another challenge of this trek is the cold weather. As this is a camping trek, there are no cosy lodges to retreat to at night. The Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek is not one for beginner or first-time visitors to Nepal, but for those with more experience and preparations. If you want to undertake this trek, we recommend you to have a complete course of preparations before you begin.

Best Season for Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek
Famous writer Mark Twain once said, “Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.” Climate affects significantly on any Trekking and Hiking. Here, we are going to discuss about the trekking and hiking time in Nepal. Just have a look.
Hiking in Nepal can be done throughout the year. Autumn and spring are the best seasons to go on trekking in Nepal. Every season has something distinct.
Autumn season lasts for September to November in Nepal. This season is the loveliest season in Nepal. The temperature is warm even at the Mountains. The days will be clear which affords the best mountain views.
Spring Season lasts for March to May. During Spring Season Nepal experiences moderate climate. The hills will be veiled with the blossoms of Rhododendron, orchid etc.
Winter season (December to January) is little colder at the Himalayas. The precipitation will be at the form of snowfall. The days are still warmer with plenty of sunshine. The rainfall is occasional. If you like to travel in peaceful trails and extreme cold weather is not a problem for you, you can choose winter season. Hoverer, this season is considered an off-season for trekking and Hiking in Nepal.
Summer Season (June to August) in Nepal is also an off-season for trekking. Nepal experiences summer rainfall. During this season, the trails will be muddy and slippery, frequent rainfall, flood and landslides will ruin your journey irritably. However, the rain shadow region like Manang, Mustang and Dolpo offer you the best trekking moment even in this season.

Preparation for Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek
Benjamin Franklin once said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” If you believe you can accomplish everything by “cramming” at the eleventh hour, by all means, don’t lift a finger now. But you may think twice about beginning to build your ark once it has already started raining. Hiking and Happiness go hand in hand or foot in boot. For the same you need to prepare a lot as the above statements say. Trekking and Hiking require a good level of physical fitness. Not only good physique helps you out, but also a mental strength is vital. If you have undertaken some smaller hikes earlier, trekking will be much easier for you. You need to be familiar with trekking and climbing gears. Besides that you need to be aware of basic climbing and mountaineering skills depending upon the difficulty level. Cardio, yoga, jogging, running, swimming, etc. helps you to build up your physics. Stress Endurance Practice helps you to build up your mental capacity. Similarly, have plenty of hygienic foods including protein, carbohydrates and minerals. Here are some tips for preparing for any trekking/Climbing or Hiking 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 yoga. If you can, do more yoga related to breathing.

Altitude Sickness
Altitude Sickness is also known as Acute Mountain Sickness. It is a medical condition when our body could not adjust to the environment due to the low level of oxygen in the air. At high altitude, the level of the oxygen in the air is thin due to which our body can not adjust easily to the environment. Normally, it is more common above 2500 meter above the sea level.
Common Symptoms: Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, Vomiting, Fatigue, Loss of Appetite, Trouble Sleeping etc.

Types of Altitude Sickness:

  • Acute Mountain Sickness: It is very common at high altitude and can cause vomiting, dizziness, nausea etc. overall, it is the mildest form of altitude sickness.
  •  High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE): It is a very dangerous and life threatening conditions because fluid is built up in the lungs.
  •  High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE): It is the most severe stage of Altitude Sickness because fluid is built up in the brain. It is life threatening one. The victim will be unable to walk, breathe and ultimately in Coma.

Treatment:
If you realize any other symptoms associated with Altitude Sickness other than Headache, just change your elevation. If the symptoms are severe, you need immediate medical attention. You need to consult with a physician. The best treatment of Altitude Sickness is to climb down as low as possible. If you are at a very high altitude, just climb below 4000m. If you have High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), you might need a steroid called dexamethasone. If you have High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), you will need supplemental oxygen and other medications.

Prevention:
The best way to prevent Altitude Sickness is to have a lot of Acclimatization. That simply means climb high and sleep low. Here are some of the basic guidelines for preventing Altitude Sickness.

  •  Do not climb hurriedly. Keep your pace steady.
  •  Do have a lot of acclimatization.
  •  Do not drink alcohol or do not smoke.
  •  Drink plenty of fresh water.
  •  Eat plenty of hygienic foods.
  •  Use Diamox Pills 24 hrs prior to the climb.

Trekking Gears for Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek
For the safe, secure, and successful trekking experience, we need some gears and instruments. We also may require some technical trekking instruments depending upon the difficulty grade. Here we are going to discuss briefly about trekking gears and instruments for Nepal.

Packing: Duffle Bag (It is useful if you hire a porter, It must be waterproof, durable, and lockable), Rucksack Bag with Waterproof Cover (It is useful if you travel independently), Daypack
Clothing: Hiking Boots, Socks, Gloves, Hat, Scarf, Shell Pants, Light Weight Walking Pants, Fleece Jacket, Waterproof Jacket, Thermal Vest, T-shirts, Hiking Shorts etc.
Sleeping: Sleeping Bag, Pillow Case, and other Sleeping Accessories
Accessories: Trekking Poles, Water filters, Harness, Mosquito Repellent, Towel, and other luxury items.
Other Essentials: Map, Compass, Sun-Glasses, Headlamp, First Aid Box, Repair Tool Kit, Extra food, Tent, etc.

Accommodations and Meals
We provide luxury accommodations in all the major cities of Nepal and all courses of meals including Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner throughout the trip. There will be varieties of western and Asian dishes or mixture of both in all the major cities of Nepal. Chinese, Indian, Thai, Continental dishes are common almost everywhere in the town. Annapurna and Everest Region is much developed than any other trekking destinations in Nepal. Therefore, you don’t have problem of finding a good teahouse which provides you the best course of meals. Most tea houses cook delicious dishes. Most tea-houses offers pasta, tuna bakes, noodles, potatoes, eggs, dhal bhat, bread, soups, fresh vegetables and even some desserts like apple pies, pancakes, and some interesting attempts at custard. Finding a teahouse at the remote region is difficult during the peak season. In such cases, we offer you a camping. At such moment, we will provide you limited choices of dishes.

Is Nepal Safe for Trekking?
No doubt, Nepal is safe. In fact, it is safer than any other countries of the world. Nepal is a country full of diversities. Nepali people are hospitable, kind, and cultured. Nepali people are also religious and spiritual by nature. Therefore, they understand the language of love and kindness better than other. For them, service to human is service to the God.
Tourism is the mainstay of the Nepalese economy. Trekking is the best thing to do in Nepal. Nepal has so many trekking destinations which offer you the best memories of your life. But the trails in many different parts of Nepal are yet to be discovered.
High Altitude, unpredictable weather conditions, strenuous trails, are not easy to handle. Snow storm and snow blast are the other challenges that may disturb you. Otherwise, trekking in Nepal is full of Surprises. It is a museum full of social, cultural, and natural riches.
As far as your safety concerned, Nepal is safe for trekking and hiking. The existing trekking trails are upgraded and they have become populous. The 10 years long armed revolution has also come to an end with peaceful politics. Along with the formulation of her new constitution, the socio economic development of Nepal has started to speed up. No more procession, rallies, strikes will disturb you.
On the other hand, the scars of devastating earthquake (2015 AD) are also being healed up along with the completion of reconstruction. You shouldn’t bother about your safety and security in Nepal. It is our responsibility to satisfy you. Putting Visit Nepal -2020 into considerations, Nepal has been working out day and night to make her safe, secure and worth visiting country in the planet.
Don’t let the opportunity go, come and visit Nepal in 2020.

Tips for Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek

  •  Try not alone; always hire a professional local trekking Guide
  •  Learn safety rules
  •  Acclimatize and Acclimatize
  •  Choose the right trail for your fitness
  •  Carry local currency
  •  Pace yourself, don’t travel under pressure
  •  Wear the most comfortable dress that help you to succeed
  •  Select a Government Licensed Trekking Agency
  •  Be familiar with the trails
  •  Check the weather condition before you begin
  •  Tell someone where you will be
  •  Buy an Insurance Policy with the appropriate coverage
  •  Pack ten Essentials

Conclusion
Dhaulagiri High Passes Trek is one of the toughest treks in Nepal. This trek features best mountain views, spiritually built trekking trails, vivid socio economic life. Being a part of Annapurna Conservation Area, this has wide varieties of flora and fauna as well. This trekking also offers the mind blowing natural beauty. It is a very technical trekking in Nepal. It moderately lengthy and it can be the best holiday option in Nepal. If you have good physical condition, you can go for this trek. If you really want to experience this amazing trekking in Nepal, you can remember Nepal Guide Treks and Expeditions. Please, free to contact us or drop your queries in our mail box. We are waiting to be in your service.

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A Trekker Capturing Agricultural Farmland
Locals showing their charm for Animal Husbandry
Mt. Dhaulagiri 8167 m
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