Dhaulagiri 8,167m – the seventh most astounding mountain on the planet – implies the “white mountain” however numerous mountains over the world have names, which mean White Mountain. This is a strenuous trek, through high elevated fields, higher passes and quiet and uninhabited valleys. Everybody knows about the name Dhaulagiri which is in the western piece of Nepal, likely the best spot for remote and brave trekking in Nepal. The basic explanation for it is that it comprises of more than fifteen 7,000m grand tops with place where there is emotional complexity.
Dhaulagiri trekking courses begin following a 8-hour picturesque drive from Kathmandi to Beni, from Beni you head in a north-westerly bearing through the towns of Babichour, Dorbang and Darapani to Muri, from where you travel north as yet keeping to the banks of the Myagdi Khola. Muri is the last real settlement along this trail and is possessed by individuals of the Magar tribe, of Mongoloid stock and plummeted from the early pioneers of the Nepalese center slopes. From Muri, you travel north along the Myagdi Khola through the towns of Baghara, Dobang and Chartare to Pakoban. Past Pakoban there are no changeless settlements. As yet traveling north you skirt the Chhanbardan Glacier, continuing its left side, to achieve the Dhaulagiri Base Camp from where glorious mountain vistas are accessible. Travel north-east from the Base Camp and climb the lofty grade to the French Pass (5,360m), between Tukche Peak (6,920m) and Sita Chuchura (6,611m). Traveling east you slip a little and go through a part of the Hidden Valley and move to Thapa Pass (5,250m), between Tukche Peak and Thapa Peak (6,012m) from where you start your plunge, traveling south-east to Alubari. From Alubari, the trail additionally slips to the town of Marpha on the banks of the Kali Gandaki River, and after that heads north to Jomsom from where you fly back to Pokhara.
For the individuals who have enough time there is a choice of keeping on trekking down to Kalopani, Tatopani, Ghorepani then into Pokhara