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Pisang Peak Trekking Agency


19 Days


Dhampus peak 6012m/19,724ft also known as Thapa peak lies Northeast of theDhaulagiri massif, surrounding the beautiful peak is Tukuche (6920m) and Dhaulagiri(8167m). It is located in between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. In terms of technicality it is an easy mountain to ascend. This is a great beginner’s peak, climbers who are looking to gain experience on easy Himalayan terrain at altitude should consider this as their first choice. The ascent requires only walking on steep/flat snow with crampons and an axe. The caravan route to Dhampus takes you from Kathmandu to Pokhara by bus. Then the trekking period begins, you will pass through several villages including: Tato Pani (2500m/8530ft), Marpha (2670m/8759ft), Yak Charka (4110m/13,484ft), Hidden Valley and then arrive at base camp (5100m/16,732ft)  The caravan route goes through several traditional villages, rhododendron forests and crosses numerous passes with stunning views of the Himalaya. Satori Adventures main objective is to provide quality service from an experienced climbing staff. With Satori you will have maximum enjoyment and an unforgettable trip in the Dhaulagiri


Day 1 :

Arrival day (1,300 m)
Upon arrival at Kathmandu, you will greet and welcome by our agency’s representative in front
of Arrival gate with Display board of Himalayan Exploration Treks then transfer to your Hotel.

Day 2 :

Free day and trek preparation.
During the free day in Kathmandu, you may have a chance to visit heritage site of Kathmandu
valley, followed by pre-trip departure meeting regarding upcoming trekking peak climbing
where you meet trek guide and others team members. They will brief you about the team
formation, equipment and nature of peak climbing and others necessary information

Day 3 :

Fly Pokhara (45 Min.), drive Beni (3h00), trek Tatopani (900m) 3h00 walk (Sleep in
We will have breakfast in the hotel, followed by transfer to the domestic terminal to get a flight
to Pokhara. Then, pack off all the backpack and 3 hours drive to Beni road through the
Annapurna Foothill. Then, 3 hours walk to Tatopani along the bank of Myagdi Khola.

Day 4 :

Trek to Dharapani (1560 m) 6h00 walk (Sleep in Lode).
The trail leads you Dharapani along the bank of Myagdi Khola. There might be a disturbance the
path in several places during the monsoon season due to landslides that leads several ups and
downs. The trail goes passing by several settlements along the trail to Dharapani.

Day 5 :

Trek to Muri (1700 m) 4h00 walk Sleep in Lodge).
Today is a short day walk to Muri. The trail leads climb up above the River with magnificent
views of Dhaulagiri, and a long descend to another stream named Ghatte Khola the climbs up to
Muri for the night.

Day 6 :

Trek to Baghara (2375 m) 6h00 walk Sleep in Lodge).
Initially starts trek descends with a bridge of Dhola Khola. Then, across it, the pretty trail downs
through the cultivated land, rice fields and isolated villages and gradually, climb up to get the
village of Naura which is larger settlements of Baghar.

Day 7 :

Trek to Dobang (2600 m) 6h00 walk (Sleep in Lodge).
Initially, the trail goes down up to Jyardan, this is the last village of the valley and another
village we will meet until we arrive at Marpha. The trail goes gradually climbs up passing
through the forest as we find some shepherd huts in some place. It called Kharka where cattle
graze the grass. Finally, we arrive at Bobang. It is also Kharka.

Day 8 :

Trek to Chatare/ Bhainsi Kharka (3000 m) 5h00 walk Sleep in Lodge).
Once again, we enter to the forest area after crossing Konban Khola climb to the top where we
can see the west wall of Dhaulagiri I and descend to Myadgi Khola, cross it takes away to the
east bank along the river to get a summer grazing camp, Bhaisikharka.

Day 9 :

Trek to Japanese Camp (3850 m) 6h00 walk (Sleep in Tent).
The trail leads forested area well known as Italian Base Camp with the rocky area, passing a
steep slope and ascending to cross moraine of Glacier which falls from Dhaulagiri. Continue to
walk along glacier encounter a spectacular grassy campsite called Japanese Camp.

Day 10 :

Acclimatization Day! (Sleep in Tent)
Majestic views of Dhaulagiri hike around for proper acclimatization.

Day 11 :

Trek to Dhaulagiri Base camp (4750 m) 7 – 8h00 walk (Sleep in Tent).
Today early start up the trek due to longer day walks in the mountain through the glacier.
Finally, we reach the Dhaulagiri Base Camp. From the Base Camp, I can See the majestic view
of Dhaulagiri I, II, III and IV and an amazing view of Icefall inform of Campsite which falling
from the pass between Dhaulagiri and Tukuche Peak.

Day 12 :

Acclimatization Day!(Sleep in the Tent)
Today is the second day of Acclimatization, before crossing the pass of Hidden Valley. There is
an opportunity to walk around for good views.

Day 13 :

Base Camp – French Pass (5360 m) – Hidden Valley, Dhampus peak Base
Camp(4900 m) 7h00 walk (Sleep in the tent).

We will continue our adventure journey along the Chhondarban Glacier on the north side and
continue climbs the stairs above the glacier with zigzag trails across the moraine of the glacier to
the easy snow slope which leads up to French Pass (5360 m). We can see 360° stunning
mountains range the pretty descend across the easy snow slope that takes us to the Hidden

Day 14 :

Contingency Day! Thisis emergency day if bad weather Other way we used to continue
climbing peak this day and Back to Kuna bhatti camp (Sleep in Tent) An adventure journey
begins Around Dhaulagiri trek and two passes through the hidden valley that offers outstanding
mountain experience. We don’t provide a fixed plan or day to day itinerary for the climbing
period, but that is determined by climbing guide and other team member base on climate and
physical condition of the climbers. It is a flexible plan that may help the climbers for proper
preparation and better acclimatization. Normally, we set up the base camp operation and provide
general train regarding the climbing gears and make successful ascends to a summit and back to
base camp.

Day 15 :

Kuna Bhatti to Marpaha 3-4 hours (Sleep in Lodge.
Today, we climb another adventure Dhampus pass with an altitude of 5250 m. lesser than French
Pass which overlooks the deep gorge of Kali Gandaki Valley and Annapurna range. A steep and
rocky climb to Dhampus High Camp.

Day 16 :

Marpha to – Jomsom (Sleep in Lodge)
Today a long day descend more than 2000 m to edge of Kali Gandaki River. We can see
Dhaulagiri I once descend a couple of hours. Then, gradually, Descending to Marpha village
with zigzagging slope trails and walk along the bank of Kali Gandaki River to Jomsom.

Day 17 :

Jomsom – Pokhara
Early morning take a short and exciting domestic flight to Pokhara. Short rest ane we will full day
sight seeing Pokhara. The magnificent central of Pokhara lies nestled beneath the solendid Annapurna
range, home to some of the most beautiful mountain peaks of Nepal. Situated some 200kilometres west of
Kathmandu, the town of pokhara is the second most popular destination in Nepal. Stretched out on one
side is the serene Phewa Lake, while to the north lies the captivating 140kilometer Himalayan panorama,
which includes the famed Machhapuchhre(Fish Tail) and you can se many more beautiful things from

Day 18 :

Pokhara – Kathmandu.
A long scenic drive with tourists bus takes 6-7 hours to Kathmandu from Pokhara. Crossing
over the cultivated lands, local villages, en route along the Trisuli River arrive in Kathmandu at
the afternoon. Night at the hotel.

Day 19 :

Full day Sightseeing in Bhaktapur and Patan city.

The highlight of a stay in Pokhara is simply gazing at the mountains that lie strung across the northern
sky. And what a sight it is. Starting from Dhaulagiri (8167 meters) in the extreme left, the view includes
Annapurna South (7129 metres), the Annapurna I (8091 meters), Machhapuchhare (6997 meters),
Annapurna IV, Annapurna III (7444 meters), Annapurna II (7937 meters) and Lamjung (6983 meters).
Nowhere else in the world can one enjoy such a magnificent panorama up so close while enjoying the
comforts of sub-tropical surroundings.
Besides spending time boating, swimming or fishing in Phewa Lake, taking a leisurely stroll along its
bank is a good way of acquainting oneself with the Lakeside. This comes in handy especially if a stay of
more than a couple of days is planned. This gives one opportunity to get an idea of the variety that is on
Pokhara does not have many monumental sights like Kathmandu does. But that does not matter since this
beautiful town is more of excursion. However, for the more energetic, there are a few places around that
are worth a visit. To begin with, Pokhara’s bazaar area, especially the old part, is a pretty fascinating place. Here one can imagine the roll of the stone-paved sidewalks of this quiet area. All commercial activities have shifted to other areas – all the better since the old market still retains its quaint character of a town that time has passed by. DAVIS FALL:Is a small but extraordinary waterfall. It’s original Nepali name of patale Chhango has now given way to the Anglicised version because a tourists by the name of Davis had plunged to his death in this particular the shapes of the stones and rocks through which the stones and rocks and rocks through which the water drains are really unique and worth seeing.
MAHERRA CAVE: Is a limestone cave with stalagmites and stalactites. It is a cave that is interesting
from a religious point of Hindu gods and goddesses on the walls of the cave and these are said to have
occurred naturally. Electric lamps illuminate parts of the cave but it is safer to go in with torches or
candles since power failure is quite common. THE SETI GORGE: Is formed by the milky white Seti
River which flows across Pokhara and in places runs so deep underground that it cannot be seen. This is
because of the porous character of the soil which is rich with limestone. “Seti” in Nepali means “white”,
the colour of this river’s water that comes from its mixing with limestone. Over time, the Site river has
carved a deep and narrow gorge whose fascinating vistas is best seen from Mahendra pool and from
across the airport runway. BINDHYABASINI TEMPLE Is the most famous religious site in Pokhara.
The temple, dedicated to the goddess Durga, is an ornate structure constructed on a tiny hillock that
constructed on a tiny hillock that gives a commanding view of the town. The Pokhara Museum houses
exhibits on the local history and is located north of the bus terminal on the main road.

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