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Round Dhaulagiri Trek
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Days : 17
Grade : Medium/Hard
Max Elevation : 5155m
Season : May/September

The trek around Dhaulagiri starts outside of Pokhara and follows the Mayangdi Khola westward to Darbang before turning north. The trail then cuts through thick forests with magnificent glimpses of the Himalaya before leading us over the French Col (5240 m) into Hidden Valley. It then crosses the 5155 m Dhampus Pass bringing us to Marpha and a return to Pokhara via the Ghorapani ridge for one final panoramic view of the entire Dhaulagiri massif.

 

Day 01 : Beni
Day 02 : Beni - Babichor
Day 03 : Darbang
Day 04 : Sibang
Day 05 : Muri
Day 06 : Boghara
Day 07 : Dobang
Day 08 : Choriban Khola
Day 09 : Pakabon
Day 10 : Italy Base Camp
Day 11 : French BC
Day 12 : Yak Kharka. Dhampus
Day 13 : Marpha
Day 14 : Kalopani
Day 15 : Tatopani
Day 16 : Ghorepani
Day 17 : Birethanti - Pokhara

» Backpack / Duffel Bag
» Day Pack
» Trekking Boots/ shoes
» Socks x 4
» Sleeping Bag (4 season this can be rented in Kathmandu)
» Shorts x 2
» Fleece Pant / Jacket
» Flashlight
» Shirt/T-shirt x 2
» Thermal Underwear Top 2 / Bottoms 2
» Book
» Trekking polls (optional)
» Sun Hat / Visor Gloves
» Sun Screen
» Sunglasses (UV protected- imperative to have quality eye wear)
» Waterproof Jacket
» Waterproof Pants
» Watch
» Warm Hat with ear protection
» Permit / Money
» Camera / Film
» Down Jacket (this can be rented in Kathmandu)
» Small First Aid Kit

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