Rupin Pass Trek – Trekking with Himalaya Shelter

The Rupin Pass Trek is a thrilling journey that takes trekkers from the remote village of Dhaula in Uttarakhand to the picturesque Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. This high-altitude trek is renowned for its series of waterfalls, the alpine meadows of Govind National Park, and the stunning views it offers along the way. The trek spans over eight days, covering a distance of 63 kilometers, and reaches an altitude of 15,280 feet. It begins with a drive from Dehradun to Dhaula, followed by a trek that passes through several villages and shepherd camps, showcasing the rich cultural tapestry of the region. The Rupin river, a tributary of the Tons river, accompanies the trekkers, adding to the scenic beauty of the trek. One of the highlights of the Rupin Pass Trek is the contrast between the Garhwali culture of Uttarakhand and the Kinnauri culture of Himachal Pradesh, which is evident in the architecture of the houses and the lifestyle of the local people. The trek is also known for the possibility of encountering snow near the pass during the early summer months, which adds an element of excitement to the adventure. The trek includes transport support from Dehradun, all meals, trek insurance, camping and dining equipment, and the guidance of certified staff, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all participants. The Rupin Pass Trek is a crossover trek that not only challenges the body but also enriches the soul with its breathtaking landscapes and cultural encounters.