Dolpo Trekking route of western Nepal is one of the protected areas of Shey-Phoksundo National park, the greatest national park in Nepal. The region of shey-phoksundo National Park conserves pine, walnut, willow oak, poplad and cypress which are the local plants of the region. Wild lives the region concludes are ghoral, musk deer, leopard, wild dog, wolf, marmot, weasel, mouse hare, rhesus, langur monkeys, snow leopard etc.
The region, which lies at the border of Tibetan plateau, is classical in its religion, culture, tradition etc. This region is surrounded by the Himalayas and almost half of the year is covered by the snow. Before 1989, the dolpo region was banned for tourist activities; the government opened it by the time to let the visitors explore the most of Dolpo region.
The Dolpo region is divided to upper part and lower part of which, the lower part is easier in comparison to the upper one. The Upper dolpo region is almost camping trekking route with few settlements, almost all covered with hills and forests.