Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition
The Dhaulagiri Himal lies south of the Nepal – Tibet border and the culminating high point at its eastern terminal is Dhaulagiri l. The seventh highest mountain in the world is Dhaulagiri Expedition. Dhaulagiri stands in solitary splendor. This magnificent peak rises as a giant shoulder of shining glow of ice and snow.

It was first climbed by K. Diemberger, P. Diener, M. Dorji, E. Forrer, A. Schelbert & N. Dorji in 1960. This mountain was first sighted by the British surveyors in India in the early 1800’s but remained virtually unknown until a Swiss aerial survey in 1949.

This White Mountain was for the first time climbed in 1960 by the Swiss following the Northeast ridge. Five ridges buttress Dhaulagiri l and even up until the early 1980’s only the Northeast ridge had been successfully climbed. Dhaulagiri is considered the most interesting peak among the eight thousanders. Today, there are more than six different routes established with variations, and the possibility of more

The Dhaulagiri Himal lies south of the Nepal – Tibet border and the culminating high point at its eastern terminal is Dhaulagiri l. The seventh highest mountain in the world is Dhaulagiri Expedition. Dhaulagiri stands in solitary splendor. This magnificent peak rises as a giant shoulder of shining glow of ice and snow.

It was first climbed by K. Diemberger, P. Diener, M. Dorji, E. Forrer, A. Schelbert & N. Dorji in 1960. This mountain was first sighted by the British surveyors in India in the early 1800’s but remained virtually unknown until a Swiss aerial survey in 1949.

This White Mountain was for the first time climbed in 1960 by the Swiss following the Northeast ridge. Five ridges buttress Dhaulagiri l and even up until the early 1980’s only the Northeast ridge had been successfully climbed. Dhaulagiri is considered the most interesting peak among the eight thousanders. Today, there are more than six different routes established with variations, and the possibility of more