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It is a remote and beautiful trek from Uttarakhand (Dhaula) to Himachal Pradesh (Sangla), following the Rupin River. The alpine meadows in the Govind National Park and the views along the way are outstanding. 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.
Dehradun to Dhaula (1,580 m) - 8 h drive
Dhaula (1,580 m) to Sewa (2,000 m) to Aaligad - 7 h trek
Aaligad to Jakha (2,300 m) - 4-5 h
Jakha to Burans Kandi (3,080 m)- 5-6 h
Burans Kandi to Dhanderas Thatch / Lower Waterfall (3,550 m) - 3-4 h
Lower Waterfall Camp to Base Camp (4,450 m) - 5-6 h
Base Camp (4,450 m) to Rupin Pass (4,690 m) to Ronti Gad (3,990 m) - 6-7h trek
Ronti Gad to Kanda to Sangla (2,650 m) - 6-7 h