Rupin Pass Trek – Himalaya Shelter

The Rupin Pass Trek offered by Himalaya Shelter is a thrilling mountain pass that starts from a national park in Uttarakhand and traverses into Himachal, concluding at Sangla near Chitkul. This trek spans over eight days, starting from Dehradun and ending at Shimla. In between, trekkers need to hike for around 70-80 Km through narrow trails with mighty Himalayas on one side and meandering Rupin river on the other to reach the summit at 15,280 feet. The trek passes through several villages and shepherd camps in the Rupin river valley. Rupin is a tributary of the Tons river and meets Supin River at Netwar. This part of the Himalayas is very beautiful and has not been spoilt by development. One can witness the Garhwali culture as well as the Kinnauri culture. There is a stark difference between the two and the most prominent indicator is the style of houses. During the early summer months, it is highly likely that one may encounter snow leading up-to the pass. This makes this trek enthralling. The best time for the Rupin Pass trek is during the summer. The trek includes transport support from Dehradun to Dhaula on Day 1, all meals from Day 1 Dinner to Last Day Breakfast, adventure trek insurance, camping & dining equipment, certified guide, cook & support staff fee, and forest permits.

So, if you’re looking for an unforgettable trekking experience, the Rupin Pass Trek by Himalaya Shelter is definitely worth considering.