Mount Dhaulagiri, which rises from the Kali Gandaki River, is the seventh highest peak in the world. Separated from the Annapurna region by the deepest gorge of Kali Gandaki, Dhaulagiri region is considered to be one of the remote places in Nepal. Trekking to this region includes around fifteen peaks above 7000 meters above sea level and is one of the most challenging which requires a great sense of adventure and an ability to deal with the unexpected.
Despite its difficulty, trekking to Dhaulagiri region is one of the most popular camping treks in the western part of Nepal. This trekking trail is popular for the magnificent view of the snow capped giants and a closer look of the Annapurna ranges en route.