Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

Trip Overview
  • Duration 17 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeCamping and Trekking Adventure
  • Major AttractionFrench Pass, picturesque villages, fine valleys, dense forests, and streams
  • Maximum Altitude5360 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring and Autumn


  • Witness spectacular scenery and Himalayan mountain views.
  • The trekking route is accompanied by scenic rivers, cascading waterfalls, and picturesque villages. 
  • Trek through the Kali Gandaki Gorge, one of the world's deepest gorges.
  • The scenery changes as the trek progress from the Dhaulagiri region to the Mustang region. 
  • Observe Dhaulagiri I, II, III, and V in all their magnificence from Italian Base Camp and  Glacier Camp. 
  • Feel adventurous due to the trek's remote location and difficulty.
  • Living in the Kaligandaki Valley, experiencing Thakali culture scenic takeoff from  Jomsom. 
  • Crossing the French Pass (5,360m) and Dhampus Pass, two high mountain passes (5,244m).
  • Trek in one of the secluded parts of Nepal.
  • Off-the-beaten trekking experience.
  • Stay overnight in camp throughout the trek.
  • Come across a diverse range of flora and fauna.
  • Experience the rich culture and unique lifestyle of the locals.
  • Get to witness closer views of Mt. Dhaulagiri.


Dhaulagiri Trek will take you to one of the most exotic corners of the Annapurna region, the base of the world's seventh-highest mountain, Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m) only a few people visit every year.  Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek will give you excellent views of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and lateral moraines. During Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, you will undergo a completely different experience than trekking in the Annapurna region. Walking on rugged terrain on the extremely secluded and trodden trail, the trek to Dhaulagiri will allow you to test your endurance and spend some quality time with yourself.

Also known as Dhaulagiri Round Trek, it is one of Nepal's most challenging yet adventurous journeys. You will get to see panoramic views of the Annapurna Range (8,091 m), Dhaulagiri Range (8,167 m), Mt. Nilgiri (7,061 m), Mt. Manaslu (8,156 m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6,993 m), Lamjung Himal (6,983 m), Mt. Gustung South (6,465 m), Tukuche Peak (6,837 m), etc. Crossing high passes like French Pass, picturesque villages, fine valleys, dense forests, and streams, you will traverse the region. As you pass by villages, you will get to see the locals' lifestyles, cultures, and traditions.
You can not go on Dhaulagiri Trekking throughout the year because of unstable weather. The best time to go on the Dhaulagiri trek is Spring and Autumn. During this time of the year, the weather generally stays stable. Plus, the entire region also gets bloomed with wildflowers. Therefore, Dhaulagiri is a perfect journey for adventure for trekkers looking for some extra thrills in the Himalayas. We, Mountain Rock Treks & Expedition, have a professionally designed Dhaulagiri Trek itinerary. Moreover, we are open to making a tailor-made Dhaulagiri Trek itinerary for those who want. Therefore feel free to contact us anytime for further information. 

Trip Facts

  • Destination: Annapurna region, Nepal
  • Group Size: 1-12 people
  • Max-Altitude: 5,010 m/16,437 ft
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Arrival On: Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Departure From: Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Accommodation: Hotel and Camping
  • Best Time: Spring & Autumn

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Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. In addition, you can arrange a drop at the Hotel by private tourist vehicle. Then, you can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1320m

After breakfast, We will introduce you to the trek leader/guide at the hotel. This pre-trip meeting is for briefings on the trek and other necessary details. Please bring your passport, three passport-sized photos, and a copy of your travel insurance policy. You can use your free time to rest or explore around for some last-minute shopping. A visit to the world heritage sites in Kathmandu, including Swayambhu, Boudha, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, et cetera, is also arranged as per request.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

After breakfast, the early morning drive to Beni takes you through some stunning countryside. The district headquarters, Beni, is located where the Myagdi and Kali Gandaki rivers converge. Before entering, the police will examine the permissions at the police checkpoint. Stay the night in Beni.

  • Lodge/Tented Camps
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 6 hours
  • 850m

We travel to Darbang village in the morning through Beni. Early afternoon is when we should arrive in Darbang and meet the rest of our trek group. Soon after leaving Darbang, we cross the suspension bridge and begin the ascent to Khibang Benshi. You will first see the Dhaulagiri massif to the north if the weather is clear.

  • Tented Camps
  • Breakfast, Lunch and dinner
  • approx. 7hrs.
  • 950m

We move through clearings with farms and bamboo stands as we make our way from the Khibang Benshi. The trail becomes steeper as one travels further north and the valley gets steeper. In Boghara village, we set up camp.

  • Lodge/Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 5 hrs.
  • 2080m

The trail travels along a ridge before entering a forest and arriving to Jyardan, the most isolated town. We next descend and then ascend once more to get to Lipse by following the meandering trail that passes through a rocky area. We trek through a forest, pass LapcheKharka, and then rise once more to Dobang, where we set up camp for the day.

  • Tented Camps
  • Breakfast, Lunch and dinner
  • approx. 5 hrs
  • 2520m

We ascend through a steeply forested area after crossing the river. The views of Dhaulagiri I open up at a clearing. In Nepali, Sallaghari, a pine forest region, is where we eventually arrive to a clearing with camping facilities.

  • Tented Camps
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 6hrs
  • 3110m

As we depart Sallaghari, we stroll through a grove of birch, rhododendron, and pine trees. Later on, when we are above the tree line, we can see juniper, azaleas, and heather. At Italian Base Camp, the trail climbs to a grassy region on the lateral moraine. The spectacular west face of Dhaulagiri is located well above camp. On the opposite side of the valley, Tsaurabong Peak is seen.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 7 hrs
  • 3660m

We spend a day acclimatizing to this high altitude before ascending farther into greater heights with thinner air. After that, you can look around Base Camp and get ready for the climb the following day. Tenting for the night.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx.5 hrs
  • 3660m

The trail becomes more difficult in some spots as it ascends. The safety of the climb is increased by the use of ropes in several areas. Additionally, leaving early will help you avoid rockfalls and avalanches. Finally, we traverse two glaciers from Dhaulagiri and climb a slope through a steep section. Known as Pakhaban or Japanese/Advance Base Camp, the grassy area on the other side of the glacier is accessible by foot. Massive peaks Tsaurabong Peak and Dhauligiri tower over the camp. Tent camping for the night.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 4 hrs
  • 4000m

To reach Dhaulagiri Base Camp, we take a rocky path that runs alongside a glacier covered in moraines. The panorama of Dhaulagiri I, Tukuche Peak, and Little Eiger is stunning. Dhaulagiri II (7,751m) and IV are located further to the west (7,618m). The beginning of the Dhaulagiri climbing route is also visible through the icefall. On the moraine strip at Base Camp, there may be some expeditions camped during the climbing season. The spring season is the most popular for mountaineers to climb Dhaulagiri.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 5hrs
  • 4740m

Strenuous hikes across high passes and through glaciers are scheduled for today. The trail eases up a little before beginning to climb once again to the top of French Col (5,300m). The opening scene of The Hidden Valley shows the valley surrounded by enormous snow peaks, including MukutHimal, Tashi Kang, SitaChuchura, Tukche, and others. We descend to the cold valley where we set up camp for the night from Thapa Pass (5250m), which is located between Tukche and Thapa peak.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 6/7 hrs
  • 5360m

The majority of the day's walking is downhill, however there are a few challenging stretches. The trail descends to Yak Kharka after passing through a hazardous area of avalanche-prone slopes on its way from the Hidden Valley to Dhampus Pass.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 4 hrs
  • 4500m

The trail follows yak and sheep herds over several desolate and steep descents. Finally, in Marpha, the trail connects with the Annapurna Circuit trek route. Marpha is made up of both Hindus and Buddhists. You can visit the monastery, which is surrounded by prayer flags and mane walls. Stay in a lodge for the night.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 7 hrs.

Today's journey to the Kali Gandaki valley's Marpha village involves a steep slope. Marpha contains paved lanes, whitewashed homes, and a Buddhist monastery. It is also worth stopping here to enjoy a glass of apple juice at one of the lodges because it is also well known for its apple orchards.

We stay at one of the lodges close to the airport in Jomsom. Hot showers followed by exploring Jomsom. The chefs will prepare a special last meal together in the evening. As a thank you for all of their hard work throughout the expedition, we will later give our crew suggestions.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx. 5hrs
  • 2730m

We fly early in the morning to Pokhara.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • approx. 4 hrs
  • 820m

We take a early morning drive to Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • approx. 6 hrs
  • 1320m

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Trip Map

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Cost Details


  •  Registered local Dhaulagiri trekking guide from Kathmandu. 
  • One porter between two trekkers to carry your main pack (weight limit 20 kg/porter) 
  • Kathmandu -Beni by bus.
  • Your guide and porter flight/transportation fare and all their expenses.
  • Local ground-sharing transportation to/from trekking.
  • Meals: breakfasts, lunches and dinners, tea, coffee.
  • Lodge and camping accommodation on twin sharing basis during the trek.  
  • All necessary Dhaulagiri trekking permits.
  • Government taxes and office service charges for documentation


  • Accommodation, meals, and transfers in Kathmandu.
  • Bar drinks and beverages such as coke, Fanta, mineral water in trekking
  • Laundry, toiletries, internet, phone calls, and personal nature expenses.
  • Personal travel insurance, trekking gear, international air ticket, Nepal visa, etc.
  • Rescue operation charges in case of an emergency.
  • Any cost arising due to a change of the itinerary, landslides, political trouble, strikes, etc.
  • Gratitude and tips for your guide and porters. (Is expected)

Dates & Price

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Few seat LeftStarts: FridayOct 18, 2024
Ends: SundayNov 03, 2024
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Essential Info

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking Cost 

Numerous trekking companies offer online prices, but they vary depending on the services needed for the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. Therefore, you must read all information about the cost of the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek before deciding on a price. Everything is included when you purchase a trekking package, including a guide, porter, camping gear, food, transportation, and  Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek trekking permits. 

It would help if you had a standard TIMS Card and ACAP permit for the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek because it is close to the Annapurna Conservation Area. With no lodge, a faint trail, and a high pass to cross, the Dhaulagiri Circuit is a dangerously remote route. In other words, a successful Dhaulagiri circuit trek requires an experienced trekking guide. 

Best Time for Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking 

The most exciting and pleasant Nepal trekking seasons are spring (April–May) and autumn (September–November). It probably also represents the ideal time to complete the  Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek. Rhododendrons bloom and lush green forests greet you in the spring. Lower elevations have mildly hot temperatures, and higher elevations have colder temperatures. However, this is the best time of year to see the flowering plants and stunning mountain views. Similar to summer, autumn also offers spectacular views of snow-covered mountains and typically clear skies. The daytime temperatures are very constant; neither extreme is experienced. The walk is pleasant because of the warm, sunny days. However, it can get a little chilly at night and in the morning. 

Spring Season 

The spring season lasts from March to May. These months mark the beginning of new vegetation throughout the region. The forest path will have flower buds. Because winter has just ended, the valley is gradually regaining its greenery during this season. The weather and temperature are also pleasant at this time. The clear skies allow an incredible view of the mountain peak. In addition, the days are hot, making the walk more accessible.  

While the nights are neither hot nor cold, early mornings can be incredible. Therefore, the spring season is the best time to go Dhaulagiri trekking if you enjoy nature.  

Autumn Season 

September, October, and November are considered autumnal months. The Dhaulagiri Circuit trek is most prevalent during this time of year. The busiest time of the year is now.  

During these months, the climate and temperature are favorable. The best way to see the mountains is through the clear skies. Additionally, a walk is made simpler by warm, sunny days. However,  the early morning and late night can be a little chilly. 

Winter Season

The winter season lasts from December to February. These are the coldest months of the year—the off-season for trekking on the Dhaulagiri circuit. Although the skies are clear, some roads may be closed due to heavy snowfall. Furthermore, as you ascend, the temperature drops. The temperature falls below freezing during this season. 

The days, however, are warm, while the nights and early mornings are windy and cold. So be well prepared if you plan to trek during this season. 

Monsoon Season 

The monsoon season lasts from June to August. These are the least desirable months of the year. In the lower region, this is the season of continuous rainfall. There is little chance of rain in the higher areas. 

Flooding and landslides are likely a result of continuous rainfall. As a result, your journey may be delayed or canceled. In addition, the paths are slick and muddy, making your walk thrilling. However, it can be unpleasant because the clouds will appear and obscure the view of the snow-capped peaks. 

Accommodations and Food in Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking 

This is a complete camping trek, except for the first and last nights in Beni and  Pokhara, where you will stay in hotels. There are no lodges and even no permanent settlements. A  camp kitchen will be used to prepare meals, and guides and porters will make sure all the ingredients are carried to ensure high-energy, wholesome, and delicious food. 

Staying in a tent with basic meals like soup, noodles, potatoes, vegetables, dal Bhat, fried rice,  eggs, etc., is an experience in and of itself. We advise against consuming raw tap water. The bottle of boiled water is filled on this walk by adding water. Additionally, when you are in cities or areas without water access, we advise you to bring cleaning tablets or a filter for water treatment. We do not recommend purchasing single-use plastic bottles. 

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking Guide and Porters 

Trekking on the Dhaulagiri Circuit is unusual. The trek takes you into the wild and remote highlands, through rocky terrain with breathtaking natural beauty. It is a complete camping trek and one of the most dangerous treks. So we advise you to take a guide and porter with you. 

The skillful, seasoned, polite, and accommodating hiking guide and crew who can make our days in the mountains run smoothly are the most crucial factors contributing to our hike in Dhaulagiri being successful, enjoyable, and unforgettable. The most qualified and experienced walk leaders will lead you. All of our companies' trekking staff members are carefully chosen based on their relevant experience, personal talent, and leadership prowess. We only hire locals who are sufficiently knowledgeable about the history, geography, flora, and fauna of the region or regions to preserve local communities.

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking Difficulty  

The Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is one of Nepal's most challenging camping treks. It would help if you carried everything you'll need for meals during this camping trek. However, up until the Italian base camp,  there were some basic accommodations. 

It would help if you had good physical stamina, unwavering resolve, and a positive outlook to finish this trek. In the Mustang district, the tour begins in Darbang village (1,110 m) and ends in Marpha village  (2,670 m). Long descents, arduous ascents on rocky terrain, high alpine pastures, deserted towns,  off-the-beaten-path routes, lateral moraine, icy glaciers, and windy high passes are all features of the trek routes. 

You must cross two high passes, French Pass at 5,360 meters and Dhampus Pass at 5,244  meters while hiking the Dhaulagiri circuit. Crossing these passes is difficult but rewarding. You'll spend most of the days on the trek sleeping above 3,500 meters. Therefore, you need to be more cautious about the issue of acute mountain sickness. The Dhaulagiri Trek benefits from prior trekking experience and basic mountaineering abilities. 

Acute Sickness and Prevention in Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking 

Mountain sickness is another name for high-altitude sickness. You must be aware of high altitude sickness symptoms because they appear quickly if you hike or climb to a higher elevation. But, again, the air pressure is to blame. Your body needs time to adapt to the change in air pressure when you travel to higher elevations because the air pressure decreases, and there is less oxygen.  

The most frequent challenge encountered when climbing Dhaulagiri is altitude sickness. It is typical to experience acute mountain sickness when ascending above 4000 m. This illness typically strikes when you travel above an elevation of 3500 meters. 

These are some typical signs of altitude sickness that you might experience: nausea, vomiting, trouble breathing, sleeping problems, headache, dizziness, and difficulty walking on straight paths, among other difficulties. Immediately inform your guide of any symptoms of high altitude sickness, descend to a lower elevation, and take any necessary medications. After telling them,  adhere to their instructions. Because if not treated promptly, this could be dangerous. 

Our best trekking itinerary includes time for acclimatization and an extra day to ensure success. As a result, you must stroll and rest as necessary before moving forward. It is best to go with a guide because they know where and when you need to acclimate. 

Preparations for Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking 

Dhaulagiri Trek is classified as strenuous. It would help if you walked at a high altitude. In some places, the trail can be challenging and steep. Five to six hours a day must be spent walking on barren, rocky ground. You might even need to walk for eight or nine hours on some days. Walking at higher elevations requires more physical effort than walking at lower ones.

You must be both physically and mentally fit to finish your trek. Therefore, having stamina is essential for trekking in the Himalayas. 

Preparedness proposed 

Exercises Cardiovascular exercises such as running, biking, jogging, and push-ups for three months,  4-5 days a week, before your trip. During strength training, you should also take part in the improvement of your muscular endurance and core strength. The best preparation for this trip is to hike in the hills in various weather conditions. 

It is best to speak with your doctor or undergo a complete medical examination before your trek, as many individuals are unaware of their underlying illness. And can learn it after their hiking excursion. 

Packing List for Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking 

Before leaving, you must pack the necessary trekking gear. We sincerely hope that it would be impossible for you to transport from one country to another., but some of the required equipment can be rented or purchased in Kathmandu's Thamel area. This essential equipment is suitable for all Nepal trekking seasons, though it may change depending on the time of year and the length of the treks you choose. The Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek requires specialized gear because it is a fully tent-camping trek. Therefore, every piece of equipment should be of high quality, regardless of the season or weather. You can also inquire about the supplies the trekking company provides versus the collections you bring from home. 

List of Trekking Equipment (Personal Equipment)

An ice axe 

∙ Crampons 

∙ Harness 

∙ Tape Slings 

∙ Trekking Poles 

∙ Ascender 

∙ Altimeter 

∙ Climbing Helmet 

∙ U- Lock 

∙ Descender/ Eight figure 

∙ Ascender 

∙ Oxygen 

∙ Pest Deterrent 

∙ Sleeping Bag 

∙ Prusik Rope 

Spare batteries and a multi-LED headlamp

∙ First-aid Kid 

∙ Feminine Products 

Head Wearing 

∙ A sun hat 

∙ Fleece or wool hat 

∙ A Scarf or Bandana 

∙ A Scarf or Bandana 

Body Wearing 

∙ T-shirts 

∙ Wool jacket 

∙ Down jacket that is thin ∙ Water-resistant jacket 

∙ Thermal shirts and bottoms ∙ Gloves 

∙ Long-sleeved clothing 

Inner Body Wearing 

∙ A sports bra 

∙ Underwear 

Lower Body Wearing 

∙ Shorts for hiking 

∙ Hiking pants 

∙ Waterproof pants 

∙ Fleece Pants 

Tie the Correct Shoes 

∙ Trekking Boots 

∙ Trekking Socks 

∙ Gaiters 

∙ Shoes/Sandals for Camp Bags 

∙ Duffle Bag 

∙ Rucksack with Rain Cover ∙ Daypack


  • Q1. What are the permits needed to do Dhaulagiri Trek?

    You need to get TIMS Card and ACAP Permit to go on Dhaulagiri Trek. Below is the price for both of the permits:

    Trekkers’ Information Management Systems (TIMS) Card: USD 20 per person

    Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit: USD 20 per person

  • Trekking to Dhaulagiri is one of Nepal's toughest journeys. This trek is perfect for trekkers who want some real adventure and challenges in the Himalayas. The trek will take you above 5,000 meters where the air gets thinner and chances of altitude sickness also increase. Likewise, you will ascend & descend numerous times, cross challenging passes, and trek on trodden paths. All of these demand strong physical fitness, good health, and intense willpower.

  • Dhaulagiri Trek's cost depends on the services you want to use during the trek and the company you are travelling with. The cost usually includes your lodging and food on the trail, accommodation in the city, ground transportation as per the itinerary, all necessary permits, and expenses of guides and porters. Keep in mind that this cost does not include personal expenses, tips, travel insurance, etc. You can check our cost includes and excludes for more information.

  • Dhaulagiri is a camping trek, which means you will stay in camp throughout the trek. The tents will be placed by the porters and guides. As you will stay overnight in tents during the trek, all the food will be cooked and served by the porters. Our porters are trained in cooking delicious food. During the Dhaulagiri Trek, you will be carrying all the necessary amenities required to survive on the trail.

  • The Dhaulagiri Circuit walk, which begins in Beni (a 2-3 hour drive from Pokhara), is a rough, high-altitude camping trek in one of the Annapurna Himalayas' less-visited sections. The first several days are spent following the Myagdi Khola River to the Chhonbardan Glacier, which is located at the base of Dhaulagiri.

  • Dhaulagiri, at 8,167 meters (26,795 feet) above sea level, is the seventh highest mountain in the world and the highest mountain within the limits of a single country (Nepal). A Swiss-Austrian-Nepali expedition made the first ascent on May 13, 1960.

  • Despite the fact that there are numerous ways to the summit, Dhaulagiri is a challenging peak and a technical climb regardless of route, demanding a high degree of expertise. The North East Ridge is the normal route for climbing Dhaulagiri, and it is ascended with three camps above basecamp.

  • Dhaulagiri French Pass is 5360 meters high.

  • Dhaulagiri circuit trek is entirely camping trek thus you need to hire expert trekking guide and strong porter for carry camping equipment.

  • The trek calls for extreme stamina, commitment, and physical fitness. You will need to hike for several days across the rugged terrain and over the high pass (5,000+ feet).

Client Reviews

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    A wonderful trek. There are terraced hillsides, bamboo forests, breathtaking valleys between even more breathtaking mountains, high passes, and glaciers. It has everything. The only thing missing from it is large groups of other hikers. This was my first trip to Nepal, and I'll undoubtedly go again. Mountain Rock Treks is a very knowledgeable and considerate tour company. On such trips, I place a premium on safety. MRT met and occasionally even surpassed my expectations. We were well taken care of by the group leader and the supporting team. We received excellent nutrition, were kept warm, and had a number of hilarious and memorable experiences. I appreciate you

    Isadora TorresBrazilMay 13, 2022
  • incredible and difficult trek to Dhaulagiri

    With the assistance of Mountain Rock Treks, we completed the Dhaulagiri circuit trek. The journey was incredible and difficult. Mr. Ganesh Dipak did a great job of organizing the trip with us in advance and communicating with us. Even with a blinding blizzard near the end, our guide, assistant guide, and other crew members were very knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. They also provided constant guidance at all times. Every day, our talented cook created an array of delectable dishes. It was one of the hardest memorable trek

    Oliver ReidAustraliaFebruary 15, 2022
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