Dhaulagiri region trekking is considered to be one of the adventurous and remote area trekking trail among the different trekking trails in Nepal. Mt. Dhaulagiri(8,167m), the 7th highest mountain in the world, proudly fascinates the adventure enthusiasts offering magnificent views itself being fed with snow.
Dhaulagiri Region trekking offers numerous challenging and strenuous adventures as it comprises of trekking through high alpine pastures, higher passes and serene and uninhabited valleys but most probably it is the best destination to experience the thrills and plenty of exciting adventures with cultural and natural diversity. And the dramatic mountain vistas with silver-shining snow will be phenomenon to witness. The trail you follow will rarely be accompanied by settlements since the entire region is still unspoiled and virgin and the mysteries are yet to be explored.
Beni is the gateway to Dhaulagiri region trekking. You will be amazed to see beautiful villages, landscapes and settlements. The ethnic settlements and their age-long civilization are some of the prime highlights of this region trekking. Pakoban is the last settlement area in this trekking trail.
Magnificent Chhanbardan Glacier and Dhaulagiri Base Camp are other significant highlights of this region trekking. The challenging and adventurous passes : French Pass (5,360m), between Tukche Peak (6,920m) and Sita Chuchura (6,611m), the Thapa Pass (5250m.) located between Tukche peak and Thapa peak offer the real thrills of adventure to adventure lovers. The beautiful villages Marpha and Jomsom are popular tourist hubs in this region.
Despite being adventurous to the travellers, Dhaulagiri region trekking is being popular to those who love to accomplish challenges in their life and alos to those who love to be in unspoiled and remote area of mountain.