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

Highlights of Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek

  • Trek around Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), the 8th highest peak in the world.
  • Cross two challenging high Himalayan passes, French Pass (5360m) and Dhampus Pass (5240m), in a single trek.
  • Explore the world’s deepest gorge, the Kali Gandaki Gorge in Kali Gandaki Valley.
  • Intriguing views of the Dhaulagiri Range and other peaks like Annapurna, Mukut Himal, and more.
  • Diverse flora and fauna.

Trekking has been very popular since the early 1900s. And Nepal comes in the frontline more than any other country regarding trekking. Whether from the first or the recent ones, the Himalayas of Nepal have called trekkers and mountaineers from all around the world. Talking about the Himalayas, the Dhaulagiri Region is the one that should not be missed. The mountains and landscapes from this region are the ones that represent Nepal in the world. From Dhaulagiri Base Camp to the Manaslu Region, the mid-western destinations are some of the best in the world.

Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek is one of the popular treks in Nepal that you should not miss. Starting from Pokhara and Beni, this trek takes you to Dhaulagiri Base Camp, French Pass, and Dhampus Pass. These locations are highly abundant, with natural beauty and cultural richness. Here, we will discuss the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek, the best time to do it, and the essential preparations needed. Stay until the end of the article.

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

    Location: Kathmandu

    Kathmandu Altitude: 1345 Meters

    Accommodation: Hotel

    On the first day of the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek, trekkers will embark on a flight to Kathmandu. Trekkers will reach Tribhuvan International Airport from their home country. The officials from Peak Climbing Nepal will welcome trekkers and onboard them with a drive to our office in Kathmandu.

    After the small meet and greet program, trekkers will be escorted to their respective hotels, where they will stay their first overnight in Nepal.

  • Day 02: Drive to Pokhara [5-6 hrs drive]

    Location: Pokhara

    Altitude: 822 Meters

    Accommodation: Hotel

    Drive Duration: 5 to 6 Hours

    The next day, trekkers will start their day early in the morning with a light breakfast. After that, trekkers will be escorted to the bus park via the company’s bus. After completing the ticketing process, we will embark on a scenic drive to Pokhara, which takes around 5 to 6 hours.

    On the way, we will traverse the countryside locations in Dhading and Tanahun district, which offers the scenic vistas of green hills, Trishuli River, Marshyangdi River, green terraced fields, and snow-capped peaks. Similarly, the waterfalls at some points and the busy towns will also excite the excitement of this drive. Upon reaching Pokhara, we will be escorted to our respective hotels.

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

    Location: Tatopani

    Tatopani Altitude: 1268 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 446 Meters

    Trek Time: 4 Hours

    Today, we will embark on a three-hour drive from Pokhara to Beni. We will return following the same trail until we reach a diverting roadway to Beni and Aarughat. From there, we will drive straight to Beni and rest for some time before starting our trek.

    From Beni, we will embark on a short trek today and reach Tatopani, where we will stay overnight. We will traverse several settlements, including Babuwa, Tallo Singa, and Singa, and then push our hike for the next hour to reach Tatopani.

    Tatopani is a natural hot water spring, one of the resting points in the Manaslu and Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. We will stay at a tea house tonight, enjoying a shared bathroom and bedroom.

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

    Location: Dharapani

    Dharapani Altitude: 1860 Meters

    Elevation Gain: Trek Time: 5-7 Hours

    Today, we will start our day early in the morning with breakfast and head straight towards Dharapani at 1860 meters above sea level. First, we will reach Darbang, a remote village rich in local culture and tradition. From there, we will continue our hike towards Dharapani.

    We will pass through many Chhetri and Gurung Villages before we reach a suspension bridge. After crossing a suspension bridge over Myagdi Khola, we will gradually ascend towards Dharapani. Tonight, we will stay at a tea house.

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

    Location: Muri

    Muri Altitude: 1850 Meters

    Elevation Loss: 10 Meters

    Trek Time: 6-7 Hours

    On the fifth day of the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek, we will start our journey from Dharapani. After the early trail passing through terraced rice and wheat fields, we will enjoy scenic landscapes and picturesque mountain ranges. As we hike uphill alongside the Dhara Khola, we will cross a suspension bridge and gradually ascend towards Muri Village.

    Muri Village is a Magar settlement which is rich in traditional culture. Traditions like Ghyaatu Dance and honey hunting are some of the major attractions of this village.

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

    Location: Boghara

    Boghara Altitude: 2080 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 230 Meters

    Trek Time: 6-7 Hours

    After we wake up on the sixth day of Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek, we will journey towards Boghara at 2080 meters above sea level. The trail that starts from Muri Village is steep and mostly uphill. It then passes over the Muri Khola via a suspension bridge.

    After crossing a suspension bridge, we will hike through the bamboo forest and farmhouses. As we hike through the valley, the green vegetation widens and opens a clear space to view the magnificent peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. We must hike for the next few hours to reach Boghara, where we will be accommodated at a tea house.

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

    Location: Dobang

    Dobang Altitude: 2500 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 420 Meters

    Trek Time: 6-7 Hours

    From Boghara village, our next destination is to reach Dobhang, which lies 2500 meters above sea level. To reach there, we will start our journey from the west bank of the Myagdi River. The remote trail takes us through the subtropical forests before reaching Lipshe.

    From Lipshe, we will continue our trek towards the traditional settlements of Gurung and Magar village through the dense forests. We will then catch a trail towards Dobhang and reach there by the evening.

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

    Location: Sallaghari

    Sallaghari Altitude: 2820 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 320 Meters

    Trek Time: 5-7 Hours

    Today, we will embark on a trek of around 5 to 7 hours. Our trek starts early in the morning from Dobhang, taking us to Sallaghar at 2820 meters above sea level. The trail passes through the dense rhododendrons and bamboo forests and crosses over Myagdi Khola. We must cross a suspension bridge, and after that, we will follow the trail that leads us to Sallaghari.

    We will catch a trail from the east bank of the Myagdi Khola before diving into the lush green forest. After a few hours, we will finally reach Sallaghari and stay overnight at a tea house.

  • Day 09: Trek from Sallaghari to Italian Base Camp [3,660m/12004ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    Location: Italian Base Camp

    Italian Base Camp Altitude: 3660 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 840 Meters

    Trek Time: 5-6 Hours

    On the ninth day of the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek, we will reach Italian Base Camp after 5 to 6 hours of trek. We will catch a trail that passes through the dense forest of rhododendron, pine, and birch trees. Later, the landscape opens to the lateral moraine, which can be reached after around 2 to 3 hours of uphill walking.

    From there, we will head towards Italian Base Camp, enjoying the views of green hills and valleys. We can also have stunning views of Mount Dhaulagiri and other subsidiary peaks from the Italian Base Camp.

  • Day 10: Rest and acclimatization day at Italian Base Camp

    Today is the day for rest. As we have already reached over 3500 meters above sea level, we must acclimatize to adjust our bodies. Also, the trek has already been ten days, so we will be physically exhausted. To revive our body and energy, we must rest and acclimatize.

    There are several ways to acclimatize; some of them are:

    • Gradual Ascent.
    • Ascent high and sleep at a lower altitude.
    • Proper diet and nutrition.
    • Enough sleep and rest.
    • Hydration
  • Day 11: Trek to Glacier Camp [4,200m/13776ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]

    Location: Glacier Camp

    Glacier Camp Altitude: 4200 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 540 Meters

    Trek Time: 6-7 Hours

    Glacier Camp, our next destination from the Italian Base Camp, is among the most beautiful and challenging destinations. It lies between the Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri Base Camp. The trail is uphill and physically & technically challenging, so trekkers are recommended to prepare enough to reach there successfully.

    The trail to Glacier Camp starts with a steep, slightly technical notion. It then descends steeply down towards the glacier, and after crossing the glacier, we will reach the left side of Chonbarden Gorge.

    A narrow trail begins from the Chonbarden Gorge, which leads us towards the Glacier Camp.

  • Day 12: Rest and acclimatization day at Glacier Camp

    Glacier Camp is 4200 meters above sea level, where we will find thin air with low oxygen levels. Similarly, the air pressure is high at such high altitude locations that our body cannot adapt quickly. So, we must acclimate at Glacier Camp before making our ascent toward Dhaulagiri Base Camp.

    Trekkers are recommended to make a gradual ascent, focusing on hydration and nutrition. Similarly, trekkers must have enough rest and sleep, which is the sole reason for acclimatizing at Glacier Camp. We will accommodate a tent, so providing sleeping bags, pads, and thermal clothes is necessary.

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

    Location: Dhaulagiri Base Camp

    Dhaulagiri Base Camp Altitude: 4700 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 500 Meters

    Trek Time: 5 Hours

    After retrieving our energy from acclimatization, we will embark on a 5 hours trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp. The trail is simply challenging, and trekkers require technical climbing skills at some part. Technical climbing skills are essential since the trail is covered in ice and glaciers.

    The Chongarden Glacier lies above the trail of Dhaulagiri Base Camp, and the slowly moving ice sheets cover the whole trail. So, trekkers must use the ice axes, poles, and crampons for a successful ascent through the moving glacier.

    After a few hours, we will reach Dhaulagiri Base Camp, where we can get magnificent views of Mount Dhaulagiri, Dhaulagiri II, III, V, and Mukut Himal.

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

    It is the third acclimatization day during our Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek. We will follow the standard acclimatization guidelines to energize our body and adapt to the high altitude.

    High-altitude locations like Dhaulagiri Base Camp are prone to altitude-related illnesses, such as AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness), HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema), and HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema). So they must be very careful while embarking on this trek. Some trekkers even use a medicine called ‘Diamox’ to avoid altitude sickness.

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

    Location: Hidden Valley

    Hidden Valley Altitude: 5050 Meters

    Elevation Gain: 350 Meters

    Trek Time: 8-9 Hours

    Day 15 is one of the longest treks in the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek – trekkers must hike for around 8 to 9 hours to reach the Hidden Valley from Dhaulagiri Base Camp. We will start our trek from the left of the upper Chonbarden glacier and continue to climb through the steep lateral moraine ridge. We can have stunning views of Dhaulagiri I and Tukuche Peak from here.

    After that, we will reach one of the high-altitude passes, the French Pass, at 5360 meters. One of the soothing experiences while traversing this pass is that we can have the insights Buddhist Prayer Flags around the area, and the soothing breeze makes it more spicy.

    As we descend towards the Hidden Valley, we can have the views of Dhaulagiri 8167m, Tukuche Peak 6920m, Mukut Himal 5970m, Sita Chuchura 6611m, and Tashi Kang 6386m. We will embark on a few hours trek to reach the Hidden Valley at 5050 meters above sea level.

    After spending quality time at the French Pass, we continue our trail by descending through moderate snow slopes. After a long descent, we follow the trail that leads to the hidden valley.

  • Day 16: Free Exploration of the Hidden Valley

    As we reach the Hidden Valley from French Pass, we will set a free exploration day on the sixteenth day of Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek. There are several options to utilize this day, out of which one can be hiking to the western ridge to have the sights of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Nilgiri Himal.

    For the information, Hidden Valley is also the starting point for climbing Dhampus Peak. Tonight, we will accommodate at a tented camp.

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

    Location: Yak Kharka

    Yak Kharka Altitude: 3680 Meters

    Elevation Loss: 1370 Meters

    Trek Time: 7-8 Hours

    On the seventeenth day, we will start our journey early in the morning after breakfast. We will then prepare to descend towards Yak Kharka at 3680 meters, which takes around 7 to 8 hours to reach.

    But the interesting thing is that we must traverse Dhampus Pass at 5240 meters to reach our destination. Dhampus Pass is one of the best viewpoints to view mystic peaks like Dhampus Himal, Dhaulagiri, and others. After crossing the pass, we will traverse through the Kali Gandaki Valley.

    As we descend through the steep and rugged trail, we will reach Yak Kharka. Having a pair of sturdy hiking boots is recommended since the trail is very remote.

  • Day 18: Trek from Yak Kharka to Jomsom [2,670m/8757ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    Location: Jomsom

    Jomson Altitude: 2670 Meters

    Elevation Loss: 1010 Meters

    Trek Time: 5-6 Hours

    Today, we will reach Jomsom, one of the most beautiful towns in Nepal, at 2670 meters. First, we will journey to Marpha Village, the Apple Garden. The village is rich in Himalayan Nepali Apple, which is very famous. From there, we will catch a trail that heads towards Jomsom.

    Jomsom is one of the windiest places in Nepal, so having windproof clothes is a must. Upon reaching Jomsom, we will be accommodated at a tea house overnight.

  • Day 19: Morning flight to Pokhara. Free day for Exploring and sightseeing.

    On the nineteenth day, we will catch a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara; the flight takes us above the dense forests around the Jomsom and Kagbeni region and then above the soaring streams. We can have bird-eye views of peaks like Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and many others from the flight.

    After around 20 to 30 minutes, we can reach Pokhara Airport.

    After reaching Pokhara, we can delve into the beauty of Pokhara, which involves sightseeing activities around Phewa Lake, Mahendra Cave, Davis Falls, International Mountain Museum, and Bat Cave.

  • Day 20: Drive back to Kathmandu

    After a successful end of the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek, we will return to Kathmandu on a drive. Reaching the Capital City of Nepal takes around 5 to 6 hours. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will be escorted to our respective hotels by the officials of Peak Climbing Nepal.

  • Day 21: International departure

    Our representative will drop you at the International Airport 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

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 Time To Go For Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek

Looking at Nepal’s weather and climate conditions, the best time for embarking on Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek is Spring and August. During these timeframes, the weather is generally stable, making reaching the Dhaulagiri High Pass more convenient. Here are some reasons why these times are considered the best;

Spring (March to May):

Spring, which starts in March and ends in May, brings many cherishes to Nepal. This season offers everything from colorful surroundings to the clear and transparent vistas of the mountains.

First things first, Spring is the season of colors. The blooming rhododendron forests en route to the Dhaulagiri High Pass will soar the beauty of this expedition. Similarly, the trees go into full-fledged greenery, offering one of the most breathtaking views.

Spring has one of the most favorable weather conditions. The temperature is moderate, with an average of 18°C during the daytime and around -12 °C at night. In addition, there is minimal chance of rainfall and snowfall during the Spring season, which makes it convenient for trekkers to navigate through the remote trails to reach the Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Less snowfall means an easy getaway to the destination.

Autumn (September to November):

Autumn is another peak season to trek to Dhaulagiri High Pass. Like the Spring, this season also comes with stable weather conditions. The temperature is moderate and favorable for trekking and climbing the snow-capped peaks. The average temperature during Autumn in the Dhaulagiri region ranges from around 20°C during the daytime to around 5°C at night.

During Autumn, there are fewer clouds in the sky, which offers a great chance to experience the scenic beauty of Mount Dhaulagiri, Mukut Himal, Annapurna, and many others.

Similarly, Autumn brings several festivals in Nepal, including major celebrations like Dashain and Tihar. During these times, travel agencies offer discounts & deals and help in cultural immersion and other related activities in the Dhaulagiri Region, where Dhaulagiri High Pass is located.

Difficulty Level of Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek

It is evident that climbing any peak globally is challenging, and the same goes for the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek. trekkers must be affluent with mountaineering and technical climbing skills to scale the Dhaulagiri High Pass. So, it is recommended to have prior experience before embarking on this expedition.

The most important thing to know is that Dhaulagiri High Pass is a multi-day package. First, trekkers must reach the Base Camp, acclimatize, and prepare for the climb. Reaching the Dhaulagiri High Pass Base Camp itself takes more than a week. The trek is hazardous, featuring remote & uphill climbs through the uneven terrains. Similarly, high altitude places can bring the risk of altitude sickness and other dangers to mountaineers.

Pushing for the Dhaulagiri High Passes from the base camp is the next challenging task. The route to the top of Dhaulagiri High Pass is very steep, slippery, and treacherous. With just one misstep from the route, trekkers can lose their lives on the verge of climbing Dhaulagiri High Pass.

Similarly, the weather conditions of the Himalayas are very unpredictable. Extremely low temperatures, strong winds, and high altitudes can significantly fail the expedition. Trekkers often suffer from altitude sickness and other related illnesses, including HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema) and HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema). That’s why mountaineers should always strictly plan before embarking on this journey.

How To Prepare For Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek?

As mentioned, preparation must be on the topmost level before embarking on Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek. Since the difficulty level is challenging, your preparation ensures your safety and acts of being safe in case of emergencies or natural hazards. Here are some tips to prepare for climbing Dhaulagiri High Pass:

Physical & Mental Preparation:

Peak climbing is not only adventurous but also a life-threatening job. It requires a huge level of dedication and preparation. Regarding climbing, Dhaulagiri High Pass requires high physical and mental fitness. First, the total duration of this expedition is over a couple of weeks. And it includes over 6 to 7 hours of straight walk through the Alpine Himalayan Terrains. It simply shows why your physical fitness matters.

Similarly, up from the base camp, the route to the summit is very steep and slippery. On top of that, the low temperature and high altitude punch you, making breathing difficult. Strong lung power, engined with stamina, energy, and endurance, makes the work.

Regarding mental preparation, trekkers must acknowledge the risks Dhaulagiri High Pass poses. They should be ready to face the mountaineering barriers and adjust their mindset accordingly.

Train Yourself For Climbing:

Climbing Dhaulagiri High Pass requires prior trekking experience, as it is not easy. Nestled in the Dhaulagiri Region of Nepal, this peak poses numerous risks that threaten human life. The treacherous landscapes, glaciers, weather, climate, and high altitude are some major aspects contributing to the risks.

Trekkers must have prior mountaineering experience and rock climbing training to avoid or minimize the risk. The landscape of Dhaulagiri High Pass is rocky and steep, where having a rock climbing experience makes sense. Similarly, technical climbing skills, such as using ice axes and crampons, are also very necessary.

Choose The Best Time for Climbing:

trekkers must be aware of Nepal’s weather conditions at different time frames of the year. This will help them know when and how to launch the Dhaulagiri High Pass Expedition that meets their expectations. Usually, Spring and Autumn seasons are considered the best times for Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek. Looking at the weather conditions, temperature, the level of the beautiful scenery it offers, and the cost, these seasons might be the first thing to put in your basket list for Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek.

Snowfall and rainfall are highly likely in off-peak seasons like monsoon and winter. This makes navigation challenging and threatens trekkers’ health and lives. Similarly, natural hazards like landslides and avalanches also contribute to the risks associated with trekking.

What is the difficulty level of the Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek?

Dhaulagiri High Pass Trek is a challenging trek. It includes steep landscapes, glaciers, lateral moraines, remote and rugged trails, and others. Similarly, it takes trekkers 5000 meters above sea level, prone to altitude sickness. Trekkers are required to have technical climbing skills for this trek.

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Prakash Devkota

Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

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.

Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

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