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  Dhampus Peak (Expedition) 6012m.

Dhampus Peak is situated North east of the big Dhaulagiri massif near above Tukuche Village the Thakali Area. It is an easy mountain to climb. This peak is also known as a Thapa Peak. The overwhelming altitude differences between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges make a very exposed spot to observe the scenery from Dhampus Peak. Though this climbing exceeds the 6000-meter frontier, no technical skills are required. This means any experience in walking on snow/ice is advisable.

Highlights of the Climbing-

Breathtaking scenery of Tukuche peak and Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Annapurna 1,2,3 & 4, Tilicho Peak, Nilgiri South & North, exploration beautiful hamlets around Kaligandaki valley.

Facts of the Expedition-

Expedition Destination : Dhampus (Thapa) Peak
Group Size : Min - 1
Minimum altitude : 919m.
Maximum altitude : 6012m.
Season : Spring & Autumn
Transportation : Bus & Air
Accommodation : Lodge(Tea house) Trek & Tented Camp
Permit : Required
Duration : 17 Days
Entry : Beni
Exit : Pokhara.

  Dhampus Peak (Expedition) 6012m.

Days 01 : Arrival at Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel

Days 02 : Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley, Hotel

Days 03 : Drive to Beni, O/N at tented camp

Days 04 : Trek to Tatopani, O/N at tented camp

Days 05 : Trek to Ghansa, O/N at tented camp

Days 06 : Trek to Tukuche, O/N at tented camp

Days 07 : Ascent to first camp of Dhampus peak (4000m), O/ N at tented camp

Days 08 : Ascent to second camp (4900m)

Days 09 : Ascent to highest camp (5200m)

Days 10 : Summit day (6012m)

Days 11 : Descent to second camp

Days 12 : Trek down to Tukuche, O/N at tented camp

Days 13  : Trek to Jomsom, O/N at tented camp

Days 14 : Fly out to Pokhara, Hotel

Days 15 : Drive to Kathmandu, Hotel

Days 16 : Free day in Kathmandu, Hotel

Days17 : Transfer to airport, departure on your own destination

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For further details & booking information, please write at aitasingh_lamawaiba@yahoo.com
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