Rupin Pass Trek – Himalaya Shelter

The Rupin Pass Trek is a thrilling and adventurous trek offered by Himalaya Shelter. This trek is a crossover that starts from a national park in Uttarakhand and concludes at Sangla near Chitkul in Himachal Pradesh. The trek begins from Dehradun and ends at Shimla, covering a total distance of approximately 70-80 km. The highest point you reach during this trek is the Rupin Pass, which peaks at an altitude of 15,280 feet. The trek route takes you through the Govind National Park, following the Rupin River. You will pass through several villages and shepherd camps in the Rupin river valley. The trek offers a unique opportunity to witness the Garhwali culture as well as the Kinnauri culture. The Rupin Pass Trek is known for its countless waterfalls and the beautiful alpine meadows in the Govind National Park. The trek is a remote and beautiful journey from Uttarakhand (Dhaula) to Himachal Pradesh (Sangla), offering outstanding views along the way. The trek is an 8-day journey, starting from Dehradun and ending at Shimla. The trek includes daily acclimatization walks and follows narrow trails with the mighty Himalayas on one side and the meandering Rupin river on the other. The best time for the Rupin Pass Trek is during the summer. This trek is a perfect blend of adventure and natural beauty, making it a must-try for every trekking enthusiast.