Min 2 Pax
Private Vehicle / Flight
Mar-May & Sept-Nov
The Dhaulagiri range comprises of some of the most marvelous spectacles of the world and Putha Hiunchuli Peak is one of them. The Putha Hiunchuli peak Climbing is the westernmost peak of the Dhaulagiri range. The first ascent was made by legendary Jimmy Roberts in the year 1954. Topped at an altitude of 7246m, this peak is a serious task without any technical climbing. It is a great opportunity for the climbers, who want to climb a high altitude peak without any serious risks imposed. Putha Hiunchuli peak is located in Dolpain Nepal. It was made famous by Peter Matthiessen's book ‘The Snow Leopard’.The area is a remote wilderness without any sights civilization; reaching the base camp is the adventure itself. Many climbers compare this peak with the French Alps with similarities in the terrain and climbing. The southern slopes of Putha Hiunchuli peak form different base camps. The route to the peak is filled with many ridges and difficult trails, hence making the journey to the peak quite challenging.
The trekking to Putha Hiunchuli peak begins from the town of Dunai in Dolpa. The week-long trek will lead the trekkers to the German base camp at an altitude of 4,525m. The whole landscape during the walk is a journey of its own kind, filled with marvelous views of the high cliffs and deep valleys.
Why Putha Hiunchuli Peak Climbing
- Typical Nepal trekking off the beaten track.
- Trekking to the popular Dhaulagiri region.
- Challenging climbing.
- Amazing views of the high cliffs and deep valleys.
- Panoramic view of Himalayan Range.