The Upper Dolpo Trek is an adventurous trek in western Nepal's remote, unspoiled landscape, close to the Nepal-Tibet border. The vast and remote Karnali region is rich in both natural resources and culture. By going on a trek to Upper Dolpo, you can see into the lives of the people who live there and explore remote areas. The Upper Dolpo district actually follows the old pre-Buddhist Bon-Po religion. The Upper Dolpo is encircled by the Dhaulagiri massif to the south-east. The weather changes as you go uphill, and the scenery also changes as we get closer to the white snow-capped mountains. Dolpo lets you experience nature in its most basic form. Yaks, mules, and horses are the only means of transportation for the entire district. The upper Dolpo region lacks roads. If you want to see Upper Dolpo, you can only do so by trekking. You'll begin to hear prayers humming from the monuments and flags fluttering as you approach the Upper Dolpo. The trek will eventually come to an end at the Lower Mustang, where you will walk through lush pastures and fresh, crystal-clear glacial lakes.

You can travel to the mysterious land of Dolpo, home to magnificent peaks, on this short excursion. The trek itself is made more exciting by its remote location. The journey passes numerous fantastic and remarkable sights: turquoise Shey Phoksundo Lake (the most profound pool of Nepal), cold high passes, stowed away valleys, the Shey Gomba religious community, dazzling perspective on Mt. Kanjirowa and sacred Precious stone Mountain.

Its path additionally goes through gorgeous valleys, intriguing spots, nearby settlements and plant life woodland of pines, Rhododendrons, Oaks and so on. Summer or the monsoon are the best times to undertake this trek. Winters should be avoided because of the heavy snowfall they bring.