Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin Pass is a high altitude pass across the Himalaya mountain range in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. It lies on a traditional shepherd and hiking route 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.
Rupin Pass trek consists of trails dug out of rock faces and wooden bridges, cut through deep dark folds in the mountain, glaciers and icy slopes, and over snow fields. Along the way, there is white Rhododendrons and expanse of green meadows.

There are different trails that access the Rupin Pass. One of them starts at the sleepy village of Go sang which is the last road head of Himachal Pradesh. Generally, trekkers and adventurers travel to Go sang by road from Shimla via Rohru. The alternate route to Rupin Pass starts from Natwar, which is accessible from Dehradun via Dhaula. From either of the two road heads, the first camp is Dhaka, the hanging village and the last stop for replenishing stocks and a look at the civilization. Traveling the Rupin Pass is a moderate – difficult level of climbing. The trails follow the Robin river all the way to the top (Upper waterfall camp).

Rupin pass is at an altitude of 15250 ft above MSL and to reach here follow the Dhaula 5,100 ft to Go sang 6,300 ft.11 km. Via Sewa – Go sang 6,300 ft to Jhaka 8,700 ft.9 km Via Jiskun 7,600 ft. – Jhaka 8,700 ft to Saruwas thatch 11,150 ft. 6 km. Via Uduknal- Saruwas thatch 11,150 ft to thatch 11,680 ft (lower waterfall camp) 6 km. – thatch 11,680 ft to the top of the Rupin waterfall13,120 ft – thatch 11,680 ft to Rupin pass 15,250 ft

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    February-May; September-December