Lower Dolpa Circuit Trek – I’m looking for others to join this off the beaten track adventure that is far away from the ever increasing crowds of Annapurna & Everest areas. This is remote & fully supported camping trek as there are very few options for alternate tea house type accommodation on this trek. So of course this means that it is not a budget trek, as there are air fares, supported camping costs, and travel insurance is a must and I would not travel with anyone without adequate insurance.

Dolpa lies in the western Himalayan region and is almost cut off from the development of the outside world, this region is a living example of the tough struggle against the harsh forces of nature. The trail passes through some high mountain passes (5310/5170) has opportunities to visit ancient Buddhist, Bon Po villages, Crystal Mountain School and the beautiful Lake Phoksundo. Also the chance to observe the vast array of endangered wildlife, including Blue sheep, Himalayan Tahr and even the Snow Leopard.

Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02:Kathmandu to Nepalgunj/ flight
Day 03:Nepalgunj to Juphal/ flight and Juphal to Dunai/ (2150m)
Day 04:Dunai to Tarakot (2540m)/ 5-6 hrs Trek
Day 05:Tarakot to Laini Odar (3375m)/ 4-5 hrs Trek
Day 06:Laini Odar to Nawarpani
Day 07:Nawarpani to Dho Tarap (3950m)/ 6-7 hrs Trek
Day 08:Excursion around Dho Tarap for acclimatization
Day 09:Dho Tarap of Numa La Base Camp (4350m)/ 4-5 hrs trek
Day 10:Numa La Pass to Danighar (4510m) via Numa La Pass (5310m)/ 6-7 hrs Trek
Day 11:Danighar to Yak Kharka via Baga La Pass (5170m)/ 5-6 hrs trek
Day 12:Yak kharka to Phoksundo (3600m)
Day 13:Explore around Phoksundo Lake
Day 14:Phoksundo Lake to Chepka / 6 hrs trek
Day 15:Chepka to Juphal/ 6 hrs trek
Day 16:Juphal to Nepalgunj flight and Nepalgunj to Kathmandu flight
Day 17:Depart Kathmandu
Look forward to hearing from interested people,



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