Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is considered as adventurous walk on the off the beaten track of northwestern Nepal. Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m) is the seventh highest peak of the world and this trip lets you encircle the grand Himalayas in challenging and rewarding way. Dhaulagiri trekking can be experienced in both lodge to lodge trekking and camping trekking. Experience the off the beaten path trekking adventure with local cultural exploration and magnificent view of surrounding snow capped peaks. Trekking to Dhaulagiri Circuit initiates as we take a long scenic drive for around 8 hours towards Beni from capital city of Kathmandu. The cultural mix of Magar, Thakalis and Gurung is seen around the village of Muri. Further trekking along the banks of Myagdi Khola, we ascend towards beautiful villages of Baghara, Dobang, Chartare and Pakoban. Dhaulagiri trekking trails becomes even rougher and challenging as we head further crossing Chaabardan glacier to arrive at Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Proper acclimatization is important part of our Dhaulagiri trekking and after taking a day off we climb steep up to French pass. It is an ideal place to stop for a while and witness the magical views of snow capped peaks like Dhaulagiri Himalayan range, Tukuche peak and other neighoring peaks. Following the steep way downwards, we step on beautiful village of Dhampus, Yak Kharka that leads us to Marpha. Enjoying the fresh local produce around Marpha, we trek to Jomsom airstrip on upcoming day to board a flight to scenic lake city of Pokhara. Engaging ourselves in some fun activities around Pokhara, we drive back to Kathmandu announcing an end to adventurous trek. Dhaulagiri circuit trek tests your endurance and stamina as it is challenging and strenuous trekking adventure comprising high level of physical fitness and regular exercise is recommended before embarking for it. This Dhaulgiri trek is challenging yet rewarding trekking in Nepal opportunity. Embark with us to ensure best of trekking holiday in Nepal.