Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

USD 2,555
  • Activities
    Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek
  • Max Elevation
    5,360 m at French pass
  • Trip Duration
    17 Days
  • Trip Grade
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodges
  • Meals
    Full board on Trek, BB Plan in City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 5 - 7 hours

The Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is one of Nepal’s captivating treks that is a true “explorer’s dream.” The stunning natural scenery makes the Dhaulagiri Circuit trek a must-do for anyone looking for an epic challenge and unforgettable experience. Traveling the majestic alpine terrain of the Himalayas, this trekking expedition offers a breathtaking glimpse of towering snow-cloaked peaks such as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Tukuche, Nilgiri, and many others. This rigorous several-day trek takes you through some of the world’s loftiest passes, requiring arduous climbs and descents at dizzying heights. The ever-changing scenery and weather will keep you spellbound, adding to the enchanting and awe-inspiring trekking adventure. As your experienced guide and porter will support you during the trek and keep you safe, the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek stands out as one of the most rewarding and unique treks the Annapurna region offers. So, do you have what it takes to conquer not only the physical elements of the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek but also the courage and desire to experience this incredible adventure? The Dhaulagiri Circuit trek is an extensive journey that traverses tall grasslands, deserted valleys, breezy high passes, woodlands, and farmed stepped slopes. Overcoming the French Pass and Dhampus Pass, each towering above 5,000m, and incorporating the Dhaulagiri Base Camp situated at 4,740m, this is a rigorous 17 Days Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek that necessitates a substantial level of physical fitness. However, individuals possessing much stamina and mountaineering skills shall receive awe-inspiring panoramas of special summits, such as Tukuche Peak (6,920 meters), Dhaulagiri I towering (8,167 meters), Dhaulagiri II at 7,751 meters, Dhaulagiri III at 7,715 meters, and Dhaulagiri V at 7,618 meters. The majestic Dhaulagiri stands above the Kali Gandaki.

As you travel the circuit route, be prepared to feast your eyes on breathtaking views of the entire Dhaulagiri range. This wonder was first spotted in 1808 and was initially considered the tallest mountain globally, only to be dethroned by Kanchenjunga 30 years later, which, in turn, had to surrender its title to Mount Everest. The route that winds around Dhaulagiri was first stumbled upon by a French expedition in the 1950s, leading to the discovery of the French Pass, an entry point into the isolated Hidden Valley. The 17 Days Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek presents a grand adventure of traversing not one, but two high passes named the French and Dhampus. Moreover, you shall be bestowed with the rare opportunity of a trekking expedition to three sensational base camps: the Italian, Glacier, and Dhaulagiri. The predominant highlight of this trekking is the stupefying panorama of the Himalayan summits that rise beyond 7,000m. The beginning of the prodigious Dhaulagiri circuit trek, spanning twenty days or more, happens with the arrival of the trekker at the renowned Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.

After the scenic flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, you will get in a vehicle for a drive to Darbang, where the actual trekking of your Dhaulagiri circuit tour starts. Wander through the charming alleys of Takam, Sibang, Phaliyagaon, Mudi, Naura, Bagar, Lipse, and many others to witness vistas that will leave you entranced. Yet, when you arrive at the Italian Base Camp, the immensity and grandeur of this magnificent terrain will reveal themselves to you. With an additional day, indulge in the splendor of the Italian Base Camp. Marvel at the scenic meadows, cascading glaciers, and towering peaks that guide your passage towards the foot of Glacier and Dhaulagiri. A panoramic spectacle of the Dhaulagiri range will leave you awestruck from every vantage point. Ample rest days have been deliberately adjusted into the 17 Days Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek itinerary to guarantee optimal acclimatization before hiking toward French Pass and Dhampus Pass. The days have been strategically allotted to allow for the necessary recovery and adjustment of the body to the prevailing high altitude conditions.

After Dhaulagiri Base Camp, one continues on a journey toward the peaceful Hidden Valley, passing through the French Pass. Gear up to traverse through demanding sections of the trail, where your skills will be tested by towering boulders, slippery paths with loose gravel and stones, and complex water streams to cross. Upon completing a magnificent day of exploration in Hidden Valley, one’s journey shall proceed towards Alu Bari through the Dhampus Pass. This pass’s dangerous crossing will surely put one’s physical stamina to the ultimate test throughout the trek. Yet, once the tough ascent is conquered, a magnificent reward awaits in the form of stunning, awe-inspiring landscapes and panoramic views showcasing the grandeur of snow-capped peaks such as the Dhaulagiri range, Annapurna range, Nilgiri range, and Tukuche Peak. One cannot deny that seasoned trekkers, despite their prior knowledge and exposure to a diverse range of landscapes, are left in awe of the sheer magnificence and splendor of the entire area. The 17 days Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is an all-encompassing adventure, catering to various interests and preferences. Furthermore, its isolation from typical tourist hotspots amplifies the sense of fulfillment and enrichment from the journey.


  • Varied landscapes, from green villages to snowy glaciers to rocky mountains.
  • Expedition feels due to the remote and rugged trek.
  • Experienced mountaineers can climb Dhampus Peak (6,060 m).
  • No retracing footsteps in the second half as a circuit trek.
  • Observe Dhaulagiri, which stands at 8,167 meters, as well as other peaks above 7000 meters
  • Discover the beauty of Kathmandu and Pokhara Valley through sightseeing.
  • Breathtaking drive from Pokhara to Darbang and marvel at the stunning scenery.
  • Immerse yourself in the wilderness of Nepal’s Dhaulagiri region for a truly unforgettable experience.
  • Trek through the picturesque villages and cascading waterfalls and along the Kali Gandaki Gorge – one of the world’s deepest – to reach traditionally hidden gems like Dharapani, Phaliyagaon, Muri, Lipsaba, and Dobhan Kharka.

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    • Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu

      Location: Kathmandu

      Activity: Escort To Hotel

      The first day will be the day of your entry to Nepal via Tribhuvan International Airport. Our agent will pick you up and escort you to your respective hotel. You will be availed of hot showers and an attached bathroom during your stay at the hotel.

    • Day 02: Drive to Pokhara | 5-6 Hours

      Location: Pokhara

      Altitude: 822 Meters

      Activity: Ride To Pokhara

      On the second day, you will set out for Pokhara from Kathmandu. You will catch a bus or a rented vehicle as set by your agency and kick off your journey. You will reach Pokhara via 5 to 6 hours of ride from the capital city. On the way, you will pass through Dhading and Tanahun Districts, where you can enjoy the terraced fields, waves of the Trishuli river, and waterfalls. After reaching Pokhara, you will be escorted to your hotel – you also can set out for the exploration of Lakeside and the inner towns of the city.

    • Day 03: Drive to Muri | 7 Hours

      Location: Muri

      Altitude: 1860 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House

      Now it’s time to get away from Pokhara to step up for the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. Your first destination is Muri, which is 7 hrs drive from Pokhara. Similarly, you will head towards Tatopani at 2474 meters above sea level. You will be passing across typical villages and cultural shrines along the bank of Myagdi Khola.

      You will finally reach Muri after 7 hrs drive. Muri sits at an altitude of 1860 meters, where you will get panoramic views of Gurja Himal and Dhaulagiri Peak.

    • Day 04: Trek from Muri to Boghara | 6-7 Hours

      Location: Boghara

      Altitude: 2080 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House

      On the sixth day, you must take another 6 to 7 hours of trek to reach the next destination, Boghara. You will descend towards Dudh Khola, cross it, and elevate your climb uphill again. The trail leads you to Gorban Hillsides, and you will climb towards Myagdi. You will pass through a narrow trail through the gorge and finally reach the spot, Boghara.

    • Day 05: Trek from Boghara to Dobang | 6-7 Hours

      Location: Dobang

      Altitude: 2,500m

      Accommodation: Tea House

      Your hike through Myagdi Khola is still not completed – you will walk along the west bank of Myagdi Khola and reach the subtropical forest. Then, you will head towards the Liphse as you cross the traditional villages. From there, you must catch a trail through the lush forest to reach Dobang, where you will stay overnight at a tea house.

    • Day 06: Trek from Dobang to Sallaghari | 5-7 Hours

      Location: Sallaghari

      Altitude: 2820 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House

      The hike through the lush forest continues on the eighth day of your Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. After breakfast, you will leave Dobang early in the morning and head through dense rhododendron and bamboo forest. After that, you will cross Myagdi Khola and tumble towards the east bank of Myagdi Khola. The trail through the lush forest will take you to Sallaghari, your next destination. The total time to reach Sallaghari from Dobang is around 5 to 7 hours of walk.

    • Day 07: Trek from Sallaghari to Italian Base Camp | 5-6 Hours

      Location: Italian Base Camp

      Altitude: 3660 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House/Camp

      One of the essential things to remember is that the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek consists of hiking through the dense forest, which is applicable on the ninth day as well. You will walk through the Rhododendron forest and pass through the bridges and streams that make your journey natural and exciting. After around 5 to 6 hours of hiking, you will finally reach the Italian Base Camp – the views of Dhaulagiri Peak are magnificent from here. Also, you can delve into the beauty of sunrise and sunset from this viewpoint.

    • Day 08: Acclimatization Day

      On the tenth day, you will stay at the Italian Base Camp for acclimatization. You will focus on the rest and exploration of the nearby natural resources. Acclimatization is essential for your body when going for high-altitude treks. Stay hydrated and eat nutritious food, and also focus on safety measures.

    • Day 09: Trek to Glacier Camp | 6-7 Hours

      Location: Glacier Camp

      Altitude: 4200 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House/Camp

      Now, on the eleventh day, you will have to head towards one of the most dangerous trails of the circuit to reach Glacier Camp. The camp is between the Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri Base Camp. You must have the required gear and equipment to climb this trail. After crossing the glacier, you will walk through the Chonbarden gorge and follow the narrow trail leading to the Glacier camp. The total time to reach Glacier Camp from the Italian base camp is 6 to 7 hours.

    • Day 10: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp | 5 Hours

      Location: Dhaulagiri Base Camp

      Altitude: 4700 Meters

      Accommodation: Camp

      Now the journey begins towards Dhaulagiri Base Camp – it’s your twelfth day of Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, and you will walk through the glaciers again. It is considered a challenging hike due to the crevasses and steep landscapes. After 5 hours of a rough walk, you will visit the base camp – you can see the cinematic views of mountains like Dhaulagiri I, II, III, and IV. Similarly, the 360 view of the surroundings, including the Icefall ahead of the Campsite, is an attractive insight into Dhaulagiri Base Camp.

    • Day 11: Acclimatization Day

      On the thirteenth day, you will rest at Dhaulagiri Base Camp for acclimatization.

    • Day 12: Trek to Hidden Valley | 8-9 Hours

      Location: Hidden Valley

      Altitude: 5050 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House/Camp

      It’s one of the longest walks during your Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek – around 8 to 9 hours of walk from Dhaulagiri Base Camp. You will head towards the Hidden Valley after you wake up early and have breakfast. You will follow a trail to the left of the upper Chhondarban Glacier, hike uphill, and make your final ascent to the French Pass at 5360 meters. Though the walk is challenging, you are always in the eyes of Dhaulagiri and Tukuche Peak, accompanied by the beauty of prayer flags that reflects Buddhist culture on the way. After that, you will descend toward the Hidden Valley through a trail. Do not forget to take warm clothes with you since night can be very treacherous as the temperatures can go below -20 degrees Celsius.

    • Day 13: Trek from Hidden Valley to Yak Kharka | 7-8 Hours

      Location: Yak Kharka

      Altitude: 3680 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House/Camp

      On the fifteenth day, your destination is to approach Yak Kharka at 3680 meters. From Hidden valley, you will catch a trail that takes you to the moderate snow slope. You will have to cross the famous Dhampus Pass at an altitude of 5240 meters; then, you will hike downhill towards Kali Gandaki Valley. After nearly 7 to 8 hours of hiking, you will finally reach Yak Kharka, where you will stay at a tea house or camp.

    • Day 14: Trek from Yak Kharka to Jomsom | 5-6 Hours

      Location: Jomson

      Altitude: 2670 Meters

      Accommodation: Tea House/Lodge

      Your descent continues on the sixteenth day too, where you will trek from Yak Kharka and reach Jomsom. It takes around 5 to 6 hours to hike from Yak Kharka to reach the destination. You will reach the Marpha village and then take a route towards Jomson. You will stay at a teahouse or lodge overnight.

    • Day 15: Flight To Pokhara

      Location: Pokhara

      Activity: Flying to Pokhara | Sightseeing

      On the seventeenth day, your Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is completed, and you will take a flight to Pokhara. After landing in Pokhara, you will enjoy sightseeing activities around Lakeside, Davis Falls, White Gompa, and many others. You can also explore the nightlife of Lakeside and delve into the parties full of music and drinks.

    • Day 16: Drive Back to Kathmandu

      On the eighteenth day, you will be heading back to Kathmandu. It takes 6 to 7 hours from Pokhara to reach Kathmandu. You will be staying at your hotel after reaching Kathmandu.

    • Day 17: Departure

      After a successful 17 Days Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek campaign, you will bid farewell to your home. The moments and memories of the Himalayas are with you.

    What's included?
    • Airport Arrival and Departure transfer by private vehicle
    • 2 Nights stay at Kathmandu “Day 01 & 20” and 2 Nights stay at Pokhara “Day 02 & 19” with BB Plan
    • All meals [B/F, Lunch and Dinner] during trekking
    • Accommodation in tented camp during the trek
    • Experienced trekking Guide
    • The required number of Porters
    • All required Camping equipment
    • Kitchen equipment and kitchen team
    • Staffs insurance, salary, and clothing
    • All transportation as per mentioned in the itinerary
    • Trekking permits and National Park fees
    • Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara
    • General first –aid kids
    • Welcome and Farewell Dinners in Kathmandu
    • All necessary paper-work and government taxes.
    What's not included?
    • Personal Travel Insurance
    • Personal nature expenses
    • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
    • Rescue & Evacuation
    • Gratitude (tip) for staff

    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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    Best Months for The Trek

    Although Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek can be hiked during the period spanning from December to May, most trekkers tend to tackle this adventure between March and May or September and November. These specific months are regarded as the most suitable times of the year for Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, as they offer an ideal balance between agreeable weather conditions and the most optimal circumstances for trekking. The spring season (March-May) is the most popular time for Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, with countless shimmering rainbows to keep trekkers company in the tradition of the majestic Himalayas. These months are perfect for visiting to witness the full bloom of alpine meadows and frozen lakes. The snow thaws by late April/early May, making a more enjoyable and relatively safe journey for those with previous trekking experience. Temperatures remain pleasant and inviting during this time, rarely going above 20°C or below 0°C. Autumn (September-November) is considered the best time for trekkers looking for clear and stable weather conditions. This period lies outside the monsoon season, so trekkers are less likely to experience rain and snowfall. The days during this period start early, and the nights remain cool, making for the best possible conditions for trekking the magnificent circuit. However, the views of the surrounding meadows and lakes are not as vivid due to the snow not being present during these months. The success rate of the Dhaulagiri circuit trek depends on the weather and season. From October to December, there is a 60% success rate for the trek. The temperature during these months is ideal for the trek, which makes it the preferred season for an adventurous journey. Between January and May, the success rate drops dramatically to less than 40%. With frequent rain and snowfall plus a much colder environment, trekkers in this period are more likely to encounter unexpected weather conditions that can be difficult to manage. In the pre-monsoon months, which are June and July, the success rate increases to 70%. The vegetation and the weather during these months are vibrant and beautiful in the mountains. The trails are lush and provide a stunning backdrop for the hikers during the trek. The weather is comfortable during the day but can become cold and chilly at night. In August and September, the success rate of the trek reaches as high as 80%. During this time, the trekking trails are accessible since the ice will all be melted. Although the days can become quite hot during these months, the cooler nights at higher altitudes compensate for it. Numerous factors, such as the weather and season, determine the success of the Dhaulagiri circuit trek. During the dry and cool seasons, there is a 60% success rate, while the months of pre-monsoons and summers bring more excellent success rates of 70% and 80%, respectively. See also :

    Permits Required

    A TIMS card and an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) are mandatory requisites for Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, which can be obtained individually in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Alternatively, your guiding company can arrange the same for you. As tourists less frequent the hike, the checkpoints are scattered over vast distances but become more prominent on the descent, following the main route of the Annapurna Circuit. The boundaries of this region do not fall under any restricted areas so you can trek in these areas in a group or solely without the assistance of a guide. However, we strongly discourage you from going on this trek without a guide on account of the daunting nature of the journey, the unpredictable atmospheric circumstances, the obligatory transportation of tents and provisions, and the inevitable snowy terrain that must be traversed and slumbered upon during specific periods of the expedition.

    Difficulty Level Of Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

    Undoubtedly, Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is a challenging expedition, ranked among the most challenging treks throughout the stunning country of Nepal. Only the most seasoned and experienced hikers who have navigated towering heights exceeding 5,000 meters are well-suited. Scaling the heights of Dhampus Peak (6,060 m) is a journey that empowers you to chart your course, filling mountaineering skills such as adeptness with an ice ax and crampons. Trekking for three consecutive days on snow above 5,000 m is challenging, especially when there’s no easy way down. The cold weather adds to the difficulty level as this camping trek offers no warm lodges to escape at night. The Dhaulagiri Circuit trek demands seasoned trekkers and not first-timers in Nepal. The Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek poses a challenging difficulty only the bravest can tackle. It demands a rugged physique, unyielding perseverance, and a mindset of positivity to conquer. Starting from Darbang village, this hike concludes at Marpha village in the Mustang district. Along the way, the trekking routes test your mettle with many obstacles – lengthy descents, steep ascents on rocky terrain, and traversing high alpine pastures, uninhabited settlements, and off-beaten paths.

    Further, you will encounter the lateral moraine, icy glaciers, and turbulent winds on the lofty high passes. Being physically fit is absolute, as you must traverse an uncharted route covering 6 to 7 miles daily. You’ll spend your nights at over 3,500m for most of your journey. As a result, you must take special care to avoid altitude sickness. Some prior trekking experience and basic mountaineering knowledge can prove advantageous on the Dhaulagiri Trek. Overall, Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is one of the most challenging treks in Nepal. Still, you will get to see some of the most beautiful natural scenery and cultural experiences Nepal offers. It includes traditional villages, lush forests, and high mountain passes. Although it’s not easy, the stunning views of Dhaulagiri, the seventh-highest mountain in the world, and the Annapurna range make it all worth it. It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned trekker or a newbie. This trek is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a fantastic Himalayan experience. So, get ready to pack your bags, put on your hiking boots, and get ready for an incredible journey through the heart of the Nepalese Himalayas! Similar trip packages:

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    Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

    His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

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