Introduction:- Famous for its treks at an altitude of 15250 feet and above, the Rupin Pass Trek offers complete excitement and adventure for avid adventurers. The scenic trek starts and finishes in the “Land of the Gods” which includes Uttarakhand along with Himachal Pradesh. Naturally the stunning splendor of nature’s landscapes during this trek is a pure pleasure for those who like to be in the midst of nature.

Through this adventure one gets the chance to walk through pastoral settlements and lush green pastures suspension bridges with dense forests, stunning rivers , gushing streams, and waterfalls.

It’s no surprise that the Rupin Pass trek is no an exception. It is a trek through alpine forests, through meadows, with mountains covered in snow, play hide and seek and then crossing the pass is stunning and intriguing. Rupin Pass is rated as moderately tough journey. It takes 5-6 hours, 09 kilometers per day. You must be equipped for this feat easily. The terrain is another element which determines the difficulty. The trails aren’t clear in many areas.

A descent and climb over slippery mud and hard and rough snow is an integral component of this hike. To ascend the steep climb 15260 feet up starting from Upper Falls and Alley to Rupin Pass requires very good aerobic or lung power. While our Himalayan trekkers, trek leaders and others assist you in tackling the difficult slippery sections, you’ll need to have the confidence of a, independent person to tackle this journey.

Best TIMES or TREKKING to RUPIN PASS Rupin Pass Trekking:

The Rupin Pass trek can be accomplished in two seasons, one in the summer months between May and June and another in the post-monsoon time during the months of September and October. In particular, there is plenty of snowfall during summer season, but the landscape becomes green, and the weather is cleared during the post-monsoon time. But, with the beginning of winter, the grass starts to change color from the close of October. The average temperature for Rupin Pass ranges from 13degC to 18degC during daytime and 7 degC to 0degC at night.


Day One: Dehradun to Dhaula

Reach Dhaula – A 10 to 11 hours drive away from Dehradun to reach Dhaula using the transport method chosen by the trekking company you have hired.

Day 2 The journey was from Dhaula (5,100 feet) up to Service (6,300 feet) Time 6 hrs, 11 km

Trek GradientModerate for a couple of hours. The initial hike is followed an easy , bouncing walking with short climbs and drops.

Day 3 Sewa (6,300 feet) up to Jiskun (7,700 feet) duration 5 hours 8 km

Trek Gradient: Tough walking, easy for the first three hours, followed by a gruelling ascent to Jiskun for two hours.

Day 4 Jiskun (7,700 feet) up to Udkanal (10,100 feet) duration: 6 hrs, 8 km

Trek Gradient- Difficult. After an hour of climbing the steep climb of an hour is gradual until you reach that pine woodland. The descent is steep for one hour, and then take an easy stroll.

Day 5 The time was measured from Udkanal (10,100 feet) up to Dhanderas Thatch (11,700 ft) 5 hrs and 6 kilometers

Trek Gradient is easy moderate, Slow ascent and difficult terrain on the ice bridge

Day 6 Time measured between Dhanderas Thatch (11,700 ft) to Upper Falls (13,100 ft) 3 hours

Trek Gradient- Moderately continuous climb, difficult to traverse with snowy patches at the base and at the top of the fall.

7. Upper Falls (13,100 ft) to Rupin Pass (15,380 ft) from Rupin Ferry to Ronti Gad (13,100 feet)

Time required – between 10 and 11 hours

Trek Gradient – A steep descent, followed by a steep climb.

Day 8 Time measured starting from Ronti Gad (13,100 feet) up to Sangla (8,600 feet) by Sangla Kanda (11,427 feet)6.

Trek GradientModerateDifficulty. Continuous descent until Sangla.

What is the RUPIN PASS TRACK famous for?

Rupin Pass Trek is famous for its popularity among tourists as Trekking, Pass, Expedition, Summer Trek.

Rupin Pass Trek is the recommended destination for corporates,couples,foreigners, and groups.

This Trek is a well-known destination for these interests and activities such as Adventure, Camping, High Altitude Mountain Pass Meadows, Trekking, Waterfalls.

Here’s the essential items you must BACK

Trekking shoes/trekking pole

Warm clothing/mosquito repellent

LED flashlight and headlamp with additional batteries

Extra pair of woollen socks/raincoat/gloves

Sunscreen lotion/sunglasses/lip balm

Bars, water bottles and energy drinks as well as emergency medical kit

Other Facilities

ATM FACILITY, mobile connectivity: If someone is in need of cash on the way to Dehradun to Dhaula. Then there’s an area called Purola in which the ATM is located. The mobile network comprised of BSNL, Vodafone and Airtel is only available at three locations: Dhaula along with Jiskun in addition to Sangla.

Porter and pony facilities: The pony and the porter facilities are offered at Dhaula as well as at many other places you’ll come across on your journey. It is possible to avail this service for a fair price, and your possessions are carried by ponies and porters. Additionally, it will aid you in maintaining a steady speed when you are at high elevations.

Do not forget to carry documents: A trekker must carry proof of identity . It may be a driver’s licence or voter’s ID passport with photo, as well as an medical certificate certifying your fitness to trek. A disclaimer form is required that outlines your voluntary participation in the trek journey in Rupin Pass.

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