Why This Trek ?
Rupin Pass Trek
Duration – 8 Days DehraDun to sangla Road Head
Best Season - May, June, September, October, November
Level – The trek experience , Moderate
Summer temperatures – Rupin Pass base Night (+3° C +5° C (Day time 5°C to + 15° C)
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Rupin Pass Trek lies in the Govind Wild life Sanctuary and National Park in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand.and Himachal border.
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Short Itinerary for Rupin Pass trek Details
Duration : 8 Days DehraDun to Sangla Road Head
Best Season time : May, June, September, October, November!
Level : The trek experience Challenging Moderate
Trail of type : Trek Start to Base camp Sankri/Dhaula camp. Dehradun is the beautiful city near rail head and base camp Dhaula base camp altitude (6055fit trek start. Dhaula camp
Highest Points : (4600 Mt)
Trekking distance (total) (56 km.) (Total) (57 km.) Dhaula to Sangla Road Head
Weather : The Rupin Pass Trek night be cold day temperatures are pleasant during the season
Summer temperatures : Rupin Pass base Night (+3° C +5° C (Day time 5°C to + 15° C)
Location Chart : Drive-Dehradun, Mussorie, Nowgaon, Purola, Netwar, Dhaula, Sewa, jiskon, Jakha Suruwas thach, Dhanderas thatch Upper Waterfall camp, Ronti Gad, Sangla Road head, Shimal It is located in the northeastern part of uttarakhand starting from close to the Himachal border, heading east and then south
Started point : Pick up to you Dehradun, Railway Station (I.S.B.T)
Day 1 : Pick up to you from Dehradun Railway Station to Dhaula Camp (1700 Mt.) Overnight stay in tents . transport costs pay to directly taxi driver
Day 2 : After breakfast from- Dhaula (5,100 ft) to Sewa (6,300 ft); 6 hours
Day 3 : After breakfast from- Sewa (6,300 ft) to Jiskun (7,700 ft); 6 hours
Day 4 : After breakfast from- Jiskun (7,700 ft) to Udaknal (10,100 ft); 5 hours
Day 5 : After breakfast from -Udaknal (10,100 ft) to Dhanderas thatch (11,700 ft); 5 hours
Day 6 : After breakfast from- Dhanderas thatch (11,700 ft) to Upper Waterfall camp (13,100 ft); 2 – 3 hours
Day 7 : After breakfast from- Upper Waterfall camp (13,100 ft) to Rupin Pass (15,380 ft) via Rati Pheri, further on to Ronti Gad (13,100 ft); 10-11 hours
Day 8 : After breakfast from - Ronti Gad (13,100 ft) to Sangla (8,600 ft) Via Sangla Kanda (11,427 ft); 6 hours.
Note : Trekkers, we arrange a cab to Shimla. From Sangal to Shimla The cab leaves at around 2:30 pm from Sangla and you reach Shimla at 2.00 am. The fare for this ride is Rs.7000/- or 7,500 per vehicle. It can seat 5-6 people. one way
Rupin Pass Trek, Details Itinerary
Day 01- Pick up to you from Dehradun Railway Station to Dhaula (Drive (207km) (7/8 Hrs) (5,100 fit) breakfast and lunch on the way
1. Camptifall - (Breakfast) Around - 8:30am
2. Purola - (Lunch) Around - 1:30Pm
Hi the our Dhaula first camp site altitude (5,100 fit) is the base for the Rupin Pass trek. The drive to Dhaula Camp (From where the Rupin pass trek starts) is one of the most picturesque drives in the Himalayas through Dehradun , Mussoorie, Nainbag , Damta , Nawgano, Purola, Mori, Netwar, .Dhaula camp along the Tons River Rupin pass trek is one the easiest treks in the Himalayas to enjoy Valley.Kinor thick snow cover.
The Rupin valley trek campsite is great for birding and surrounded by beautiful.
The drive to Dhaula camp is on beautiful mountain roads and steadily gain altitude as you reach Dhaula. Deep valleys and thick forest cover keep you company. There beautiful Rupin river You will have to reach Dehradun on your own, and from the Dehradun Railway Station transport will be organized to you Dhaula at an additional cost. It is approximately a 8/9 hr drive. Thanks
Day- 02 After breakfast from Dhaula camp to Sewa village /Godsngu (2000mt.) Distance 10km. Route-(Via) Sewa (2000mt.) (12kmt) (6hrs) Overnight stay in tents
With packed lunch start trek Level climbs with short gental walk in between Easy Day; Follow trail on true right of Rupin River. Go past at Sewa village and camp at Gosangu. of the trek you start from Dhaula and go to Sewa. It's approximately 11 km. On the way to Sewa you come across this beautiful temple built in Kinnauri style, From here one route goes across Rupin to kitwari and takes call on this direction depending on ground conditions. Kinnaur Temple: It is a two storey temple of Kinnauri culture at Sewa which is very different from its surrounding.
Take the Rupin pass trek trail that starts at the village and heads up the valley to Sewa Village . . the trail starts to climb sharply, around 300 meters outside the sewa village – a gentle reminder of more such climbs to come. . below you into a wide river bed. Friendly villages kids !!
Day- 03 After breakfast from Sewa village to (2000mt.) to Jakha (2400mt.) Distance 12km. Route-(Via) Jiskun village (2500Mt) Overnight stay in tents
Trail Follow on river side and then gradually up to reach Jiskon village perched at a height almost over confluence of rupin and Narayani Gaad. Proceed ahead till Jakha till the route crosses the Rupin and the retracing trail to Narayani.
Day- 04 After breakfast from Jiskun Village to Udaknal (08km) (5/6hrs) (10100fit) over night stay in camp
It is walk to Jakha, the highest and the last village on the Rupin pass trek. The trail out of Jiskun village descends rapidly through a forest of deodars and walnut until it reaches an enchanting dark fold in the mountain. The fold’s upper reaches are dark and beyond human touch. Tough Day-River Crossings: After trekking to the confluence. Catch the True Right bank of Narayani Gaad. Proceed North-East till flat grounds of Suriwas in Gradually rising trail. Cross at least 4 tributary Nalas Camp. Sight the remains of an old wooden bridge, almost hidden in the foliage. Below, at eye level, cross the new wooden bridge and crane your neck up to an eerie trail cut out of the rock face. So out of place and strange, you need moments to fathom how this was built and who made them.
Day- 05 After breakfast from Udaknal to Dhanderas thach (lower water fall camp site ) (5/6km) (5/6hrs) (11756 fit) over night stay in camp
Break camp early to proceed beyond the major confluence up North. Keep to True right bank and catch the Spur due north leading to. Dhabderas Thach Climb the side to Base camp as ground levels out near the pass base. the Rupin thunders on. On the opposite bank, huge snow patches cover the gullies that once were part of glaciers feeding the river.
Day- 06 After breakfast from Dhanderas thach to Upper water fall camp site ) (3/4hrs) (13196 fit) over night stay in camp
Have a good day for you The acclimatization climb to the top of the waterfall will help you immensely for a super successful climb to the Rupin pass. 15,380 ft After breakfast, prepare for the climb to the top of the waterfall.
Rupin Pass trek valley that has been your companion for the last six days is lost to view, and the alpine Dhauladar range takes its place to your right and across the valley. It is now snow fields and alpine country till you get to the Rupin pass. This is a good time to put on your Micro Crampon and gaiters if you are carrying them. And enjoying to beautiful life with Himalayan hikers team and groups
Day- 07- After breakfast from Upper water fall to to Rupin Pass via Rati Pheri, further on to Ronti Gad camp site ) (9/10hrs) (15398 fit) over night stay in camp
Steep climb to the pass followed by a sharp descent. This is the longest day of your trek and the most grueling – and perhaps the most exciting too. It has enough adventure in store to haunt your memories for a long time. Rupin Pass is a high altitude pass across the Himalaya mountain range in state of Himachal Pradesh, India. It lies on a traditional shepherd and hiking rout which starts from Dhaula in Uttarakhand and ends in Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. The path itself is located across mostly uninhabited areas in the Himalayan ranges at an elevation of 15,250 ft (4,650M) above sea level.
Day- 08 - After breakfast from to . Ronti Gad camp site to Sangal Road head ) (5/6 hrs) (8596 fit)
The trail out of the campsite is a shepherd’s trail that heads to the valley below. After days you will come across shepherds tending to their flocks. The Rupin Pass is usually devoid of snow post monsoon, though snow patches exists. Intermittent snow fall happen in bursts three or four times in October, though the snow doesn't last for long. It gets very cold in the last half of October.Multiple trails join your path and some go away from it. If you come to two trails that look alike and you want to make a choice, it doesn’t matter. All of them lead to Sangla Kanda. Only, avoid the trails that head down to the river.
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