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Dhaulagiri I

With the altitude of 8167 meters Dhaulagiri I deserved the title of the highest mountain wholly located in Nepal. The snowy beauty attracts the eyes of every nature-lovers however only the most fearless mountaineers have a chance to approach the very top. Let’s get-to-know how to approach the Himalayan wonder. Head of Dhaulagiri I Etymology of the Name The name of Dhaulagiri comes from Sanskrit, and means “the white mountain.” It's small wonder since thousands of tourists hiking along the sacred Kali Gandaki River are amazed by the stunning snow-white peak from afar. How to Get There Located in Central Nepal, the mountain is easy to reach from Pokhara, which is a must-visit tourist destination. The Dhaulagiri Himal Massif attracts...