This is a stand-alone mini trek for those who lack the time or stamina for a longer trek, but who wish to have an off-the-beaten trail homestay experience and see a stunning panorama of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, (and enjoy the hot springs at Singa Tatopani). The climb is gradual and the pass at 2,560 m poses no altitude problems. The route offers some of the best views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges to be seen anywhere. The descent to the Myagdi Khola river is steep in places but there is an easier jeep track which can be followed. You will inevitably take many breaks along the way for the Himalayan views continue on the descent, forcing one photograph after another.
Few trekkers find their way to Dhamja. But if you have a few days, you can escape the well-beaten routes, enjoy a close encounter with local communities, and ensure that more of your expenditure goes to help those most in need. All this plus stunning views of the Himalayas from Dhamja Pass. You can download the trail guide and other information below. If you use it, please send us feedback on how it could be improved, or any other comments you may wish to share to: firstname.lastname@example.org