Dhampus Australian Camp Full Day Trek

Dhampus-Australian Camp Full Day Trek

Trip Facts

Total Walking Hour 5-6 hrs
Trip Grade Easy
Maximum Altitude 2165 m
Trip Starts/ Ends  Pokhara
Minimum Group   4 Pax

Trek start from Phedi (1130m) to Dhampus (1650 m) -Australian Camp – Kande (Approx 6 hrs walking)   

You will be picked you up from your hotel in Pokhara and transfer to Phedi. The journey to Dhampus village, one of the paradises of Nepal, begins from Phedi village, nearly a 45 minutes drive from beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara.

From here one treks alongside beautiful views of golden rice terraces the vast expanse of the Annapurna Mountain range. This 2 hours climb to Dhampus continues through magnificent rhododendron forest nesting various species of birds to the village of Chandrakot, inhabited by the warm-hearted and hospitable Gurung People. Interms of climbing technicalities, it is an easy mountain to ascend. The overwhelming altitude differences between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges make Dhampus peak a very vantage spot to observe the mountains with Tukuche Peak (6920 m.) and Dhaulagiri (8167 m.) spectacularly close to you.

 When you emerge from the forest and reach Dhampus, you will be able to marvel at exceptional view of massive Mt. Machhapuchhare. Popularly known as Fishtail Mountain (6900m) for its peak resemble the shape of fish’s tail. From Dhampus one can also grab the exceptional view of Pokhara and the scenery gets even better as the sun goes down.  The small village comprise of enormous beauty of mountains, friendly Gurung People, a small lake from where one can get the reflection of fishtail, temples, flowers, mustard fields, birds, and many more.              

Continue hike to Australian Camp- 2165m  (Approx 1 ½ hrs walking) for Mountain View.  

Australian Camp set on the beautiful hill top offers striking views over the valleys and stunning views of the Annapurna Mountain range. 

Hike to down to Kande ( Approx 1 hr walking) and drive back to Pokhara ( 40 minutes drive)

 

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