Standing at a height of 8,167m, Mt. Dhawalagiri is the world’s seventh highest mountain, extends 120 km from the Kali Gandaki River, west to Bheri, meaning “White Mountain’ in Sanskrit, first ascent in 1960 by a Swiss/Austrian/Nepali Expedition. Dhaulagiri’s peak extends for 30 miles, giving structure to a generally tangled topography of winding edges, icy masses and ice falls.
Dhawalagiri, separated from Annapurna by Kali Gandaki gorge, the deepest gorge in the world, situated in the remote places of Nepal. The climb needs high degree of physical fitness and best quality of physical equipment’s and the strong wind at high altitude can make climbing more difficult. Dhawalagiri, considered interesting peaks with six different routes having enormous peak of shinning ices which makes your trek more exciting and wonderful.