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sandeep k wrote a review Feb 2020
Varanasi, India251 contributions30 helpful votes
It's very wonderful nature we treak here very and enjoy here full masti with friend. It one of the best place here to enjoy.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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abhishek mitra wrote a review Sep 2019
Bengaluru, India39 contributions5 helpful votes
Rupin pass trek is a really beautiful and wonderful trek. This was an amazing experience. Starting from Sewa, this trek route has to offer so many different landscapes that you'll always be surprised at the next turn. I loved it.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Sightsee737349 wrote a review Dec 2018
McLeod Ganj, India594 contributions97 helpful votes
It’s a high pass which connects Sangla valley of Kinnaur with Chansal valley of Shimla . It’s a high pass that can he crossed only from June to October depending on the weather conditions
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Mohit M wrote a review Nov 2018
Shimla, India786 contributions31 helpful votes
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Done Rupin pass trek in the month of sep,2018. It's a high altitude trek located in Himachal Pradesh. We starts from Shimla and drive till bhauta village located in Dodra & Kwar group of Villages via rohru, Chirgaon and chansal pass. We started our trek from bhauta village on next morning. We stayed 1 night at Bhauta village at home stay, the Jakha village in homestay, dhandares thach( lower waterfall campsite) in camps moved to upper waterfall camp site for next night stay. From upper waterfall campsite we trek till Ronti gad crossing Rupin pass for night stay. This day was the most challenging day of this trek. The mighty Kinner Kailash ranges are visible from Rupin pass. Rupin pass is at an altitude of 4650 mtrs from sea level. We opt for a 7 days plan to complete the trek. The trek ends at Sangla in Kinnaur. Very beautiful and challenging trek. Will recommend but suggest come prepared.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Devansh A wrote a review Aug 2018
Hyderabad, India63 contributions16 helpful votes
It is a hard trek, initially there is a route as the days go by the trail disappears, and the last days the view is so freaking amazing the mountains, the show , the forest and the stars in the night sky was bliss you can actually see the Milky Way because of the remote location of the trek. The altitude will make you suffer a little but I would do this sane trek again for sure
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Date of experience: August 2018
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