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Треккинг между Гималаями и Тибетом летом 2013 (проблемы и варианты)
Nepal, Trekking, Himalaya, Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking
sergeyk2006
Перебрал уже несколько альтернативных вариантов трека.
Один из них наиболее интересен.
Можно уйти от авиа-перелета на старте трека и пройти большой круг через все Нижнее Долпо.
Мало кто из русских туристов проходил такой полный круг по этим затерянным, между Гималаями и Тибетом, местам.

В этом варианте, конечно, нужно пожертвовать Верхним Долпо, оставить его на то время, когда заработает аэропорт в Dunai, тогда можно пройти отдельно Верхнее Долпо из Dunai и финишировать в Jomsom.
А в этот летний сезон, в условиях, когда аэропорт в Dunai закрыт, трудно пройти сразу и Нижнее и Верхнее Долпо, слишком долгая дорога.
Даже, на одно Нижнее Долпо, получается, нужно порядка 30 дней, которых у меня нет, поэтому думаю, снова над вариантами или над оптимизацией этого маршрута.
Может быть его можно пройти быстрее, дней за 25???
Вот, какой график, пока, я набросал.
Буду рад комментариям и рекомендациям путешественников!

Lower Dolpo Round Trip

This trek truly provides an opportunity to experience the life in the remote highland. Lying in the western Himalayan region, battered by the high winds, arid and dry landscape, unbearable cold in the winter months and almost cut off from the development of the outside world, this region is a living example of a tough struggle against the harsh force of nature. The trail passes through some high mountain passes and scarcely spread local villages, with beautiful mountains towering above in the background. It combines of nature tour together with insightful cultural experience.T here are opportunities to visit ancient Buddhist and Bon po villages, high passes, beautiful lakes, isolated Buddhist monasteries, to observe the vast array of endangered wildlife, including Blue sheep, Himalayan Tahr and Snow Leopard.The medicinal plant, Yarchagumba (Coerdiopsis sinensis) a type of wild mushroom is found in abundance in this region. Extracts from Yarchagumba is believed to significantly improve health and fitness. As you trek through this mystique land you see people collecting Yarchagumba in the fields and meadows.

For this trek you need only the permit for Lower Dolpa is enough.

Detailed itinerary

Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu

As you fly into Kathmandu, the views of snow-capped mountain peaks greet you. A representative and driver from our office will meet you at the airport and escort you to your hotel. The representative will help you check into your designated hotel. At the hotel you will be briefed about your daily activities.

Day 2-7 Kathmandu- Dunai

From Kathmandu we take a bus to Dang .  stay Overnight in Dang

Day 3 to Day 7 Arrival at Dunai. From Dang we take local bus and some day walk through Karnali river and arrive Dunai in Day 7

Day 8 Dunai- Tarakot

From Dunai the trail continues along the banks of Barbung Khola to Tarakot, known locally as Dzong for its hilltop fortress. The trail is flat. The villagers of Tarakot speak Kaike, a unique language, spoken no where else in the world. We camp for the night at Tarakot.

Day 9 Tarakot- Mushi Kharka

From Tarakot we trek to Musi Kharka. We camp for the night at a large meadow.

Day 10 Musi Kharka- Kakoat Village

From Musi Kharka we trek for about 6 to 7 hours and reach the village of Kakoat. On the way we pass through interesting scenery.

Day 11Kakoat Village- Pingdhing Village

From Kakoat village we trek to Pingdhing village.

Day 12 Pingdhing Village-Shabha kharka

Today we pass through forests of pine , birch and juniper to reach Shabha Kharka, a grazing site.

Day 13 Shabha kharka- Papta Chanla BC

We make an arduous trek to Papta Chanla BC today.

Day 14 Papta- Chanla Pass 5200m- Dho Takyo village

This day we come across several villages,while walking along the bank of Tarap Khola. We pass many chortens, monasteries, mani walls, prayer flags fluttering in the breeze and local people who are very close to Tibetan life style. We reach Dho Takyo village our camp for the night.It is the uppermost village of the Tarap region.

Day 15 Dho Takyo Village- Rest day

Dho Takyo is a Gurung village rich in Buddhist culture. We find beautiful monasteries, chortens, mani walls and prayer flags. We spend the day exploring these sites. It is worth visiting all the gompas. It is the largest settlement in Tarap. Of special interest is the Ri Bhunpa Gompa and the chorten within a chorten. We will take a nature tour.

Day 16 Dho Takyo Village- Numala Base Camp

We trek through arid country with wonderful eroded pillars. If it is clear there are views of the Dhaulagiri massif, north of high desert country towards Tibet and down into the Tarap valley. You trek along the steep ascent path crossing grassland until you reach Numala base camp.

Day 17 Numala BC – Numala Pass 5190m- Bagala BC Pelungthang

Today we cross Numala Pass and descend towards Poyon khola till we reach Bagala Base Camp surrounded by big glaciers and blade shaped rock cliffs. We stop for the night at Pelungtang ,a village surrounded by hills with temporary houses, yak pasture and terraces. For the first time you can see Topo Peak (4900m.) in panorama. The Norbukang Himal sparkles at the back.

Day 18 Pelungthang – Bagala 5070m pass – Yak kharka

We make our way to Yak Kharka via Bagala Pass. From the pass we get to enjoy the beautiful view of Kanjiroba massif. After Baga La the trails turn gentle down all the way to Yak Kharka. Yak Kharka is open grassland and grazing ground for yaks and sheep.

Day 19 Yak Kharka- Rigmo Phoksundo Lake

The trek to Phoksondo Lake (3728m.) via Ringmo (3730m.) takes about seven hours. From Yak Kharka till Ringmo the trail goes down hill. Ringmo is a small village inhabited by Gurung and Thakuri communities. We move along the flat land passing through pine forests, grassland, terraces, hills and villages. The views of Phoksundo Lake appear before you. After crossing a wooden bridge we reach our destination. Phoksundo Lake is the deepest lake of the world. The big village lying at the bank of this lake is quite rich in Buddhist culture as there are monasteries, chortens, mani walls, shops, prayer flags, hotels, lodges, terraces and so on. This village is beautifully surrounded by hills.

Day 20 Phoksundo – Rest Day

Today we explore the area around the magnificent Phoksundo Lake. The lake is famous for its magnificent turquoise color and spectacular scenery. Ringmo village, which looks like a typical Tibetan village, is scenically nestled in the area. Many beautiful glaciers can be found near and above the lake area. There are many monasteries (Gompas) and Bon-po religious sites at the park and we spend our time visiting some of these. The most famous, Shey Gompa was established in the 11th Century. Thashung Gompa located near Phoksundo Lake was built about 900 years ago. We will explore the natural sites and enjoy our nature tour.

Day 21 Phoksundo - Pugmo Village

Today we follow a trail that stays high above the stream, which eventually becomes the Pungmo khola. The route enters birch and juniper forests. It gives way to blue pine as the trail crosses the river on a wooden bridge. There are views of the Kanjiroba peak in the horizon above the barley fields of Pungmo, a fortress like village. We camp at this village.

Day 22 Pungmo Village – Lasa

From Pungmo village we take the route on the side of the Pungmo khola. We pass birch and juniper forests and blue pine trees .We reach Lasa , a shepherd’s camp where we camp for the night.

Day 23 Lasa – Kagmara 5115m pass – Kagmara Phedi

We climb alongside the Kagmara Glacier to the Kagmara La at 5115m.The panoramic views of the peaks are sensational. Wildflowers and exotic birds and blue sheep dot the landscape.

Day 24 Kagmara Phedi- Toijem

From Kagmara phedi we trek to Toijem. We cross a series of waterfalls and descend a moraine. Till we reach Garpung Khola.From here the village is just nearby. We camp near the army post.

Day 25 Toijem – Kaigaon

We take a high trail above the Bheri River. We pass Hurikot and reach Kaigaon.

Day 26 Kaigaon Village – Chaurikot 3700m

The trail is fairly gentle today. We climb on a grassy knoll for a panoramic view east to the distant Dhaulagiri Himal.We reach Chaurikot our camp for the night.

Day 27 Churikot- Chatara

Chatara lies at a distance beyond Chaurikot.The inhabitants of Chatara are Khampas, people from eastern Tibet who are traditionally Buddhists. The village has the typical Tibetan Mani walls and a kani arching over the trail. It is also the home of Matwali chettris.Their religious practices have very little to do with Hinduism.Their rites are conducted by shamans known as dhamis or jhankris.

Day 28 Chatara- Gothichaur

From Chatara we trek to Ghotichaur. We trek through completely flat land . En route you see terraces, pass forests and villages situated at the bank of river. There are some 13th century Malla dynasty stone carvings at the spring here .There is a sheep farm here and this place is completely surrounded by pine forests.

Day 29 Gothichaur- Jumla Khalanga Bazaar

We trek from Gothi Chaur (3080m.) to Jumla. The trails we follow is steep ascent up to Pattyata Lagna Pass. To reach Jumla, we pass Dochar Gara,and follow the flat route to Gariakot. This is a small village with apple orchard, terraces, beautiful green hills and it lies at the bank of Tila Khola (stream). We reach Jumla late in the evening.

Day 30 Jumla - Nepalgunj/ fly

Today we fly from Jumla to Nepalganj, and then to Kathmandu.

Day 31 – Rest in Kathmandu

Day32 - Depart Kathmandu


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