Upper Dolpo Trek is a one of the remote place to see and most stunning view of Dolpo mountain range and explore the beauty of Himalaya trek destination. Its trail takes you through the remote, isolated and unexplored Dolpo region in far western Nepal. Upper Dolpo is a valley surrounded by the several Himalayas including the Dhaulagiri massif near the Tibetan border. Upper Dolpo has unique landmark and ecological terrains, pure Trans Himalayan culture, and high altitude mountains, diverse eco-system which are free of any human interest, and traditional human civilization. Trek to Upper Dolpo is much demanding to Adventure Tourist destination in Nepal. The region lacks development and the trekking trail passes through very harsh and difficult terrain. The mid Dolpo region lies protected under Shey Phoksundo National Park, the park preserves the vast eco-system rich in flora and fauna of the region. You can experience the Tibetan culture in the region as the in habitants in Upper Dolpo. There is Tibetan in origin and last remnants of ancient Tibetan culture named Buddhist Bon Po.
Upper Dolpo Trek starts from the Juphal airport which is the only easiest way of transportation that links the upper Dolpo with rest of the cities in Nepal. From Juphal trail follows the Bheri River passing by the village of Tarakot, we cross the river ascend the steep hill to cross the suspension Bridge which will lead us to Khani Gaun. Trekking all the way through the deciduous forests of Walnuts and Cannabis, up and down hills, Waterfall falling from the high rocky hills, passing the valleys, and yak pasture land of Khamok Kharka, meadow field of Dho, monastery of Shering Gompa, Num-La pass we reach the Baga-La Camp. This camp we descend down the Bheri valley and climb up hill through the dense cedar forest and flat roofed house villages to reach the Shey Phoksundo Lake. On the way the trail offers you the fabulous view of the magnificent mountain like Kagmara, Kanjelaruwa, Kanjiroba. At the Shey Phosundo Lake we can see excessive waterfall draining the lake this is the biggest waterfall of Nepal. On the way we also pass through kagmara-pass (5,106 m.) and reach Kagmara Phedi Camp in the villages here you can experience the hardship of life that the people are facing in their hostile land by relying on the salt trading with Tibetian peoples living. While returning back we trek back to Jumla. We are waiting for flight back to kathmandu.