Rupin & Supin Valley Trek
RUPIN & SUPIN VALLEY TREK
(Dehradun to Dehradun)
Service Tax @ 5% (GST)
- Meals(Veg & Non-Veg)
- High Rated Equipments
- All Permits
- Expert Trek Leader & Guide
- Expenses to and from the base camp
Rupin Supin is a spectacular, but lesser known trek providing phenomenal views of both Himachal and Uttarakhand peaks, The trek starts from the Rupin valley and ends in Supin valley, both of which join to become Tons, a tributary of Sutlej. This trek represents slightly longer walks, but some incredible views. You will be walking in areas with few human habitation, in solitude with nature
Through this trek, one gets to relish the adventurous part of the religious Yamunotri valley. The path goes through villages that emits extravaganze of old village life. The genuiune beauty of Osla and Ghangad villages gives an insight into ancient yet modern Himalayan lifestyle. Then comes Debshu Bugyal. Just like any alpine meadows, this enhances the beauty of the Bali pass trek. It also completes the trek in all terms. Ruinsara Tal is the cherry on the cake of this trek. It is a magnifying source of beauty that reflects everything around it with a filter of magnificence. The climax is the summit climb to Bali pass which is always snow-packed making no closer to a cake-walk. If ascend is not enough, the descend will blow your mind and satisfy your every crazy nerve.
Duration of trek:
- This trek is 7 days long and involves 2 days of road trip.
- You may consider additional days before the start at Mussoorie or after trek at Rishikesh.
- Ideal for school children, families and adventurous people.
A great summer trek (even in May, you will see frozen waterfall), spectacular after the monsoon. Ideal period April till early June and post monsoon from September till November. For those looking for a winter trek, walking on snow, this is a great trek.
Warm days and cold nights during summer (5 to 8 deg C). Cold winters
Day 1: Drive to Himri
You will be picked up from Dehradun railway station if you are arriving by over night train from Delhi. Alternately, you may arrive the previous day and stay at nearby Mussoorie hill station and spend a day getting used to higher altitudes. We will pick you up from Mussoorie in that case. The day is a 6 hour drive along the Yamuna river, driving past Mussoorie, Kempty falls etc. Grab a window seat as you will have some lovely views of Yamuna. We will stop enroute at the banks of Yamuna for you to have some fun in the water. But beware, a bath in the waters depend on the speed of water. Post lunch drive will be an uphill drive through virgin pine forest till you reach Mori. From here you will be driving along the Tons river to our camp at Himri on the banks of the Tons river. You will be staying in tents tonight. The adventurous can take bath in the cold waters.
Day 2: Himri to Badang via Sarutal
After a hearty breakfast, we start a short drive to Sarutal upto which the road is now ready, the last village on the trail. Our trek starts from Bitri and we have a relatively short and easy hike to Sarutal. Today we trek 8 kms from Sarutal to Badang, which is at an altitude of 3000m. The trek is through forest and we will cross multiple streams during the day. We will camp at Badang campsite by a stream. However, in early summer the streams are likely to be dry or have little water flowing as the snow might not have melted yet.
Day 3: Badang to Masundhadhar
We will be walking 5 kms during the day and will reach the highest point, Masundhadhar (3600m) Vijay top (4000m) is a short but tough climb from here. During the trek, you will get to see peaks from Changsheel to Baradsar on the Himachal side and Kedarkantha and Swargarohini on the Uttarakand side.
Day 4: Masundhadhar to Pachithach
Day 4 is a ridgewalk with Uttarakhand to your right and Himachal to your left. You are left with wonderful sights today. Early in the day, you will hit snow patches and our guides will help you navigate the snow. You will become an expert in walking in the snow before the end of the day; you will get to cross multiple patches. You will be walking above the treeline and will find lots of rhododendron bushes. In April, they will be in bloom and offer a wonderful sight. Midway, you will hit a pass, the left takes you to Baradsar and the right to Supin Valley.
Our campsite overlooks a glacier, near a frozen waterfalls
Day 5: Pachithach to Badithach
Day 5 is a relaxed walk of a mere 5 kms after the tough walk of the previous day. We will start in a relaxed fashion, enjoying views of Devkyara, Ringlana, Swargarohini, Yamunotri Pass and Manjhikanda pass. Early summers will provide you sights of frozen waterfalls as well. We will walk 5 kms in the company of beautiful peaks and rhododendron forest to Badi Thach.
Day 6: Badithach to Jakhol
After breakfast, on the last day of trekking, we climb down 9 kms to the road head near Jhakol. The walk is along beautiful trail still providing magnificient views, with Supin river for company. From Jhakol, we will drive to Sankri and stay at hotel for the night. Sankri hotel offers comfortable stay and running hot water (not available early in the morning as it is solar heated).
Travel back to Dehradun to catch night train back to Delhi and return to your homes
Jolly Grant airport is located 25 kilometers from the city, serving to Dehradun. Daily flight from Delhi to Dehradun.
Take the train from Delhi to Dehradun overnight
Nanda Devi Express(12205):- Departure:- 23:50; Arrival:- 05:40
Dehradun Express(12687):- Departure:- 21:10; Arrival:- 05:00
Regular bus service is available from Delhi (ISBT Kashmere Gate) to Dehradun. We suggest that you take only government buses from the ISBT Kashmere Gate. Private buses run from outside ISBT Kashmere Gate and they are not trustable.
Usually, the buses left you in the Dehradun ISBT. From there you have to come to Dehradun railway station via Ola/Uber Cab/Auto Rickshaw/Shared Three Wheeler.
There is only one bus run by the Uttrakhand Government on a daily basis from Dehradun Railway Station to Sankri. The timing of the bus: 08:00 AM. You would reach the Sankri by 06:00 PM.
• Backpack & Rain Cover (40-60 Litres)
• Trekking Shoes
• Trekking Pole
• LED Torch
• Bring a tiffin box
• One Water Bottle (one litre)
• Basic Medications (or prescribed if any)
• Trekking Jacket
• Three (Five in winter) Warm Layers
• Two trek pants (one Wear and one carry)
• Two collared t-shirts
• Sunscreeen Lotion (SPF 50/70)
• Lip Balm (SPF 30)
• Sun cap
• Synthetic hand gloves
• Two pair of Socks
• Daypack (20 litres), if you opt to offload your backpack
• Plastic cover (for wet clothes)
Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Passport, Aadhaar Card, Driving license or voters ID)
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1- Cancellations up to 21 days prior to departure date – 70% refund
2- Between 21 days to 14 days prior to departure – 50% refund
3- Between 14 days to 10 days prior to departure- 30% refund
4- Less than 10 days of departure – No refund or you can transfer your trek (same batch date & same trek) to your dear one.
a) Change of trek batch date is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch.
b) In case of transferring a trek to your dear one, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements lay down by Trekkaro.
c) Trek The Adventures holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice.
The applicable refund amount will be processed within the 10 working days.
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(Dehradun to Dehradun)
Service Tax @5% (GST)
ATM POINT AND MOBILE CONNECTIVITY
Purola has the last ATM point before you reach Sankri (Basecamp) if you need to withdraw money.
Purola is the last place before you reach Sankri (Basecamp) where you’re likely to get a stable mobile signal and at Mori, you’re likely to get Jio Network only. This is about 2 hours before Sankri, the base camp. Finish all your important phone calls here and inform anxious family members about limited phone connectivity.
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