Dhaulagiri


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Dhaulagiri

 

a peak in the Himalayas, in Nepal. Elevation, 8,221 m. Dhaulagiri has glaciers. It was scaled by the Swiss mountain climber A. Schelbert and his companions in 1960.

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Two Slovakian mountaineers and three Nepalese guides went missing after an avalanche struck teams stationed at the base camp of 8,167-metre Mount Dhaulagiri on Tuesday night.
27 -- The Rastriya Janmorcha Party that has been against federalism called Gandaki and Dhaulagiri banda on Sunday saying it will only make division in the country.
Humar made his name in the climbing world in 1999 with a solo ascent of the south face of Dhaulagiri, the world's seventh-highest mountain.
Trekkers will camp in magnificent mountain scenery including the huge ice pyramid Dhaulagiri and Machhupuchhare.
Kathmandu, June 8 (ANI): Normal life in the Terai and eight districts of Gandaki and Dhaulagiri zones of Nepal has been paralysed on Monday due to the shutdown called by the Madheshi Janadhikar Forum (MJF) and the Maoist-affiliated Tamuwan Swayatta Rajya Samiti (TSWR) respectively.
The teamof seven spent 42 days on the slopes of Mount Dhaulagiri in northern Nepal.
Dhaulagiri IV, a 7,661-meter peak where the seven-member team spent 42 days trying to film the mysterious creature.
The team then ascend the Dhaulagiri Gorge - the deepest gorge inworld, past the 8167mpeak of Dhaulagirik the 7th highest mountain in the world.
Takahashi Yoshiteru, 65, and six other Japanese team members are trekking to Dhaulagiri IV, a 7,661-metre peak where they say they have seen traces of the beast on past trips in 1994 and 2003.
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A clear view of Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri greeted us in the morning.
Britain's leading extreme-altitude mountaineer, is returning to the UK following his recent ascent of Dhaulagiri ( the world's seventh-highest mountain and the 13th success in his quest to be the first Briton to climb all 14 of the planet's 8,000-metre peaks.