Are you an Adventurous personality? Do you love trekking, and enjoy facing the difficulties of nature, so you should choose Rupin Pass Trek. Rupin Pass Trek is one of the most famous treks for those people who are physically and mentally fit, who can face all the difficulties of trekking. Rupin Pass Trek is situated in the Himalayan mountain range of Himachal Pradesh, 4600 meters above the sea level. SThe Nature is offering you the sceneric beauty of waterfall, dense forest, snow bridges, and snow clouded, etc.



Region – Rupin pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Days Required – 8 days & 7 nights

Altitude – 14600 meter & 15380 ft

Trek Grade – Difficult

Season – April to june & September to October

Things to carry –

  1. Backpack of 50 -60 ltrs and Daypack of 20 ltrs.
  2. Good Quality Trekking Shoes with extra pair of shoes
  3. Sunglasses, Cap/Hat, towel etc.
  4. Slippers
  5. Undergarments
  6. Full sleeve Sweater
  7. Track pants
  8. Water Bottle
  9. Full sleeve warm Jacket
  10. Rain coat lightweight
  11. Warm Gloves
  12. Camera, Memory Card, Batteries, Power bank

DAY 1 – Dehradun Railway station to Dhaula

The journey starts with the Dehradun Railway station we all will meet in there. Pickup time from Dehradun railways station is at 6:30am.  Dehradun to Dhaula the total distance is 220km, we will reach there by driving through NH 507, and it’ll take around 10 hours. The Altitude is 5500ft above the sea level, set up your tent and spend the night into the tent.

Day 2 – Dhaula to Sewa

The trekking part is being started from Dhaula to Sewa, its around 9 to 10 km trek it will take time of 5 to 6 hrs, don’t be scared, it is not that much tough. The altitude is 6,300ft above the sea level. Moderate level is ascent. After reaching Sewa Gaon you can explore the Kinnuar temple after that set up the tent and stay overnight in tent.

Day 3 Sewa to Jhaka

Sewa to Jhaka it is a 6 km trek and it takes time of 4 hours to complete the trek. Altitude is 6,888ft above the sea level. On your way you can pass the wooden bridge which is the border of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, this is known to be the best part of trek. After that there is a water point at Raj Ghat, trekking is being covered while passing through deep dark forest, which is making your trip more Adventure. When you reach Jhaka night stay in tents.

Day 4 – Jakha to Saruwas thach

Fourth day of our trip wake up early in the morning after having a breakfast, start trekking, it is 10 km to reach Saruwas Thach. Saruwas is a very beautiful site for Rupin Valley camping, you can also see the first waterfall of Rupin, set up the tent and spend the night in the tent.

Day 5 – Saruwas Thach to Waterfall Camp

Well, this is going to be an extraordinary day of your trip to Rupin Pass as you are going to witness the spectacular views on your way to waterfall camp passing through Saruwas. At first you will be reaching Dhanderas, after relaxing for a while, start trekking towards waterfall camp. As the trek is not going to be very easy for you, even many times you will be feeling like quitting the journey, or thinking of stopping for a while to catch your breath again. But don’t worry you will manage to reach there for sure. After reaching at your destination, have some rest and enjoy the real beauty of the Waterfall camp. In later evening set your Tents and overnight stay.

Day 6 – Waterfall Camp to Rupin Pass to Ronti Ghat

Wake up early morning after having a healthy breakfast because next trek is going to be so challenging and exciting ever. So, guys hold your breath and keep moving forward towards Rupin pass. Your destination is waiting for you just a couple of hours left. It is a 9 km trek it takes around 7 to 8 hours for you to reach. The altitude is 13,420ft above the sea level, when you reach Rupin Pass there are so many things which welcome you such as: the views of Himalayas, Kinner Kailash and summit of Charang La.

After that we take a rest because after that our next trek is to Ronti Ghat. When you reached night stay in tent.

Day 7 – Ronti Ghat to Sangla 

The last day of your trek after having your breakfast, start trekking to 12km, it will take approximately 8 hours to reach. The altitude is 8,800ft above the sea level. After reaching, spend the night in tents.         

Day 8 – Sangla to Shimla

Your Rupin Pass trek ends here take a ride for Sangla to Shimpla then go to your home Thank you.

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