Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking
Around Dhaulagiri is one of the long and troublesome trek in Nepal and it is 6th most astounding mountain on the planet. Not very many trekkers went by here all things considered as a result of the profound valleys and enclosing the monster mountain. grasp an extensive variety of people groups and territories, from subtropical wilderness to a geographic augmentation of high, dry, Tibetan Plateau. The landscape is heavenly blend of rich vegetation, mountain crests and a perpetually changing parade of individuals.
The trek begins at Beni of Myagdi area. Myagdi is a standout amongst the most easterly of the areas where the Mager individuals can be found. This gathering of slope occupants are comparable from numerous points of view to their Gurung neighbors however are thought to have settled in Nepal sometime prior.
The Dhaulagiri trail takes after the Myagdi khola, the waterway that depletes the southern side of the Dhaulagiri massif. Going through the settlements of Darbang and Muri, the nation is still vigorously populated with scattered towns and cultivating land. Past Muri, the waterway swings north and the scene turns out to be substantially more tough and scantily populated. The tree line is achieved just beneath the site of the, supposed, Italian base camp. situated at nose of the Chhonbaraan ice sheet, is a perfect place to spend an acclimatization day investigating the slopes around about.
The following two days are spent on the icy mass, the second evenings being at Dhaulagiri base camp, a tough spot with some astounding perspectives of the western face of Dhaulagiri.
Trail crosses French pass (5360m). which is the most astounding purpose of trek. Diving from French pass you will enter to the Hidden valley. The place is one of the genuine wild regions open to trekkers in Nepal.
From Hidden valley, the trail crosses Dampus pass (Thapa pass) which is 100m lower than French pass. Subsequent to intersection Dhampus pass the trail slips into the valley of Kali Gandaki meeting the principle trail at Marpha or Tukuche. En route there are staggering perspectives crosswise over to the Annapurnas and up into the dry steppes of Mustang.