Dhampus Peak (6012m) is beautiful peak located in Hidden valley of Annapurna region. Dhampus Peak is also known as Thapa Peak. Dhampus Peak or Thapa Peak lies between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain massif. The Dhampus peak rises to the north-east side of the great Dhaulagiri Himalayan Range and the north-west from the beautiful Pokhara city. Dhampus Peak is suitable for climbers seeking to gain an adventurous trek. Dhampus Peak is an easy mountain to climb in terms of technicalities. Trekking Experts offers Dhampus Peak Climbing trip with Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek to climb Dhampus Peak.
Dhampus Peak Climbing with Trekking Experts begins with an eight hours’ drive to Beni and then Darbang from Kathmandu. Trekking to reach Dhampus peak follows the off-the beaten trekking trail of Dhaulagiri Circuit. Trekking in Dhaulagiri Circuit offers you wilderness, adventure and remoteness in the dense forest, following world’s deepest Kali Gandaki gorge, trekking several icy high passes like French Pass and off spectacular views of mountains including 8000 meter Mount Dhaulagiri. The trail brings you to the base camp of world’s seventh highest peak Mount Dhualgiri (8167m) offering majestic views of other mountains. Trekking around Mount Dhaulagiri is one of the most beautiful trekking in the Himalaya. Dhaulagiri Round Trek is one of the challenging adventurous tented camp treks in Nepal which follows glaciers and crosses snowcapped passes such as the French pass (5380m) and the Thapa pass (5250m). The trip will take you through the pristine valley of Myagdi, lush terraced hillsides, traditional villages, rugged terrain of massif Dhaulagiri. You will also experience snow and glacier walking, enjoying spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Thorong peak, Annapurna and Kali Gandaki River, the world deepest gorge; Kali Gandaki gorge.
Climb 6012 meter Dhampus Peak
Cross adventurous passes- the French pass (5380m) and the Thapa pass (5250m)
Follow the pristine valley of Myagdi
Trekking in the deepest gorge in the world Kali Gandaki gorge
Spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Thorong peak, Annapurna and Kali Gandaki River
Look up closely world’s seventh highest mountain; Mount Dhaulagiri (8167m)
Explore the real nature and glaciers
Trekking in fascinating Hidden Valley