The Dhaulagiri range is formed with many beautiful peaks. From that serene Putha Hiunchuli is the one which stand at the west of Annapurna, South of Ganesh Himal the end of the long range which is also known as Dhaulagiri VI. Putha Hiunchuli is about 7246m height from the sea level and was firstly climbed by a legendary explorer, climber Mr. Jimmy Roberts, Ang Nyima Sherpa. This peak is rarely climbed which has two distinct faces: a steep, technical ridge climb pioneered by the Japanese in the early 70s and more easier to climb snow up the northern flanks where the average angle does not exceed 35 degrees. The Base Camp is situated at an altitude of 4575m and further we set up 3 camps (Camp I- 533m, Camp II-5940m, Camp III- 6475m) before attempting the summit. Though it is one of the most magnificent and impressive but rarely expedition team come to climb this peak. Therefore you can explore without crowd.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu International airport and transfers to Hotel.
Day 02-03: Permit preparation for Expedition and short briefing.
Day 04: Kathmandu – Beni by Bus then transfer to Teahouse Lodge.
Day 05: Beni – Darbang Bazaar.
Day 06: Darbang – Takum Village.
Day 07: Takum – Lamsang.
Day 08: Lamsang – Gurgoan.
Day 09: Gurjagoan – Darsinge Kharka.
Day 10: Darsinge Kharka – Burjunga Kharka.
Day 11: Burjunga Kharka – Putha Hiuchuli BC 7246m.
Day 12-30: Climbing Putha Hiuchuli 7246m.
Day 31: Putha Hiuchuli Base Camp – Burjunga Kharka.
Day 32: Burjunga Kharka – Gurjagoan.
Day 33: Gurjagoan – Lulang village.
Day 34: Lulang – Takum Village.
Day 35: Takum – Darbang Bazaar.
Day 36: Darbang – Beni Bazaar and transfer to Teahouse Lodge.
Day 37: Beni – Pokhara by Bus then transfer to Hotel.
Day 38: Pokhara – Kathmandu by tourist bus then transfer to Hotel.
Day 39: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping and rest.
Day 40: Departure to Kathmandu International airport and back to home.