Dhaulagiri is derived from Sanskrit. Dhaula meaning White, Giri meaning Mountain. 8 members of a Swiss, Austrian team reached the summit in 1960. This was despite their support aeroplane crashing during the approach and having to be abandoned on the mountain. This was the first time an aeroplane had been used to support a Himalayan climb. In 1969 tragedy struck an American expedition, when 7 team members were killed in an avalanche on the East Dhaulagiri Glacier. It is a beautiful mountain and stands in solitary splendour.

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel

Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing, hotel

Day 03: Last preparation in Kathmandu, hotel

Day 04: Drive to Baglung, camp

Day 05: Trek to Beni, camp

Day 06: Trek to BabiChor, camp

Day 07: Trek to Dharapani, camp

Day 08: Trek to Mudi, camp

Day 09: Trek to Boghara

Day 10: Trek to Dabang, camp

Day 11: Trek to Pine Forest

Day 12: Trek to Italian Base Camp

Day 13: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp

Day 14-33: Climbing period of Dhaulagiri

Day 34: BC to Tukuche, camp

Day 35: Trek to Yak Kharka, camp

Day 36: Trek to Marpha, camp

Day 37: Trek to Jomsom, camp

Day 38: Flight Jomsom-Pokhara-Ktm, transfer to hotel

Day 39: Kathmandu Leisure day, hotel

Day 40: Final Departure

Price is dependant on

Group size,
Climbing royalties,
Duration of expedition.

All expeditions over 8000m must be booked 1 year in advance.

All expeditions above 6000m and 7000m must be booked 6 months in advance.

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