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Dhaulagiri I (White Mountain) the seventh tallest peak in the world (8,167m/26,869ft) and is separated from the Annapurna region by the Kali Gandaki River Gorge, which is also the deepest in the world. This trek offers views of fifteen peaks above 7,000 meters with some of the best views of the Dhaulagiri range from Magdi Glacier, Dhaulagiri Base camp (4750m), the French Pass (5360m, and the highest point of the trek), Tukuche Peak and Putali Himal. After crossing the French pass you will come upon a hidden snow valley, giving you a heavenly experience of the winter white world. The Dhampus Pass between Tukuche peak and Thapa peak is another taste of heaven on the trek. You can end the trek with a steep descent to Marpha and then walk up to Jomsom and then take a flight to Pokhara or return to Pokhara via the Ghorepani ridge for a panoramic view of the entire Dhaulagiri massif. This trek is categorized as hard trek and you need to be in excellent shape.
ECO TREK is one of the most well- reputed and well known government -licensed trekking and touring companies in Nepal. Eco Trek has been organizing rewarding adventures in the Himalayas since 1992. We trek all the traditional routes when requested, but our specialty is catering to the more adventurous travelers who prefer to move off the beaten path.