Also known as Dhaulagiri VII, Putha Himchuli was first climbed in 1954 by Jimmy Roberts. The Dhaulagiri range is blessed with some of the most impressive peaks and Putha Himchuli is one of them at the far west from the Dhaulagiri. Putha Hiunchuli Expedition offers many possible routes that can be explored and the climbing is technically challenging via south face route.

The Putha Himchuli Expedition is challenging but technically not difficult. It is one of nicest ridge climbs with the snow covered ridge over 2km long. Putha Himchuli known also as Dhaulagiri VII was first climbed in 1954 by Jimmy Roberts, a legendary explorer and climber via Northeast Face during his 1954 climbing survey expedition of Dhaulagiri massif. At 7426m, Putha Himchuli is the westernmost peak in the cornerstone of Dhaulagiri range and the preceding of glaciated peaks at the far west reaches of this range. Set in extraordinarily vivid backdrop to the west of Annapurna and South of Ganesh Himal, Putha Himchuli stands in a chain of the world’s most imposing peaks of individual splendor of Dhaulagiri Range.

  • 01 Departure from Homeland.
    02 Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel.
    03 Kathmandu- official formalities.
    04 Drive: Ktm – Nepalgunj.
    05 Fly to Juphal. Trek to Dunai.
    06 Trek to Tarakot.
    07 Trek to Khanigaon Camp.
    08 Trek to Mushi Khola.
    09 Trek to Kagkot. Camp
    10 Trek to Pangzi. Camp
    11 Trek to German Base Camp.
    12 Trek to Putha Hiunchuli Base Camp.
    13-22 Climb period of Putha Hiunchuli.
    23 Back to German Base Camp.
    24 Trek to Kagkot. Camp
    25 Trek to Mushi Khola.
    26 Trek to Khanigaon.
    27 Trek to Tarakot.
    28 Trek to Juphal. Camp
    29 Fly back to Kathmandu.
    30 Free day in Kathmandu.
    31 Final Departure.
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