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Rupin Supin Traverse

 Uttarakhand    5 Nights/6 Days
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5 Nights/6 Days
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3 to 12 people
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The Rupin Supin Trek is an easy trek and takes you through mountain villages, which are seldom visited. Rupin Supin Trek starts at Bitri village in the Rupin valley. Located in the north-west Uttarakhand bordering Himachal, the Valleys Rupin and Supin are some of the most scenic and beautiful ones. The chief objective is to cross the high ridge separating the Rupin and Supin valley. The initial part of the trek takes you through a thick forest. 


  • Easy trek which passes through beautiful villages in both the Rupin and Supin valleys.
  • Get some incredible views from Vijay Top.
  • Trek through one of the least explored routes along the Uttarakhand - Himachal Pradesh border.
  • Plenty of flora and fauna to give you company


Day 01 : DEHRADUN TO HIMRI (Drive)
We start the day early from Dehradun and travel to the Tons valley. The route is extremely beautiful and one finds himself winding his way up into the mountains via Nainbag and Damta. After Purola we cut into the Tons valley and cross Mori and Netwar. From Netwar we follow the Rupin river upwards. Himri is roughly half way between Netwar and Dhaula. We break for the day and camp by the river side. 


We leave Himri after light breakfast. Jeeps are arranged for travel to Bheetri, which is the last motorable village on our route. Bheetri stands at roughly 2500m altitude from sea level. From Bheetri we start our journey on foot. We cross the village and after a short distance of 2 km we come across Sarutaal, a beautiful seasonal pond at the edge of the cliff. The lake and the cliff overlook the Rupin valley below. After a short break to catch our breath and enjoy the view, we move further. A 6 km hike gets us to our destination for the day - Kurla Thaach (2600m). We spend the night at Kurla.

Day 03 : KURLA TO RIKATIK ODI (8km Trek)

We start early next morning and begin our ascent upwards. We leave the forest behind after a couple of kilometers and reach the top of the mountain face. We continue along the mountain tops. There is a slight elevation as we move forward. We cross a ridge and reach Rikatik Odi which is the connecting point between the Rupin and Supin valley. Rikatik Odi offers a few good camping sites and we settle there for the night.


We leave the rupin valley behind and head towards the supin valley. This is a lovely walk through conifer forests. The gradient is low and once we eneter the tree line it becomes a very enjoyable walk . We reach phitadi village at a leisurely pace . this is another typical village in the garhwal Himalayas with wooden house and slate stone roofs. We can visit a home stay and spend sometime with them .


Today is the last day of our trek. we leave phitadi villageand walk towards jakhol. The trail is again well defined andmany farms along the way. we reach jakhol village which is the entrance to the supin valley. This village has a large temple dedicated to the local deity. We spend some time in the village and leave for Sankri later. This is an hours drive and Sankri has many guesthouses to relax and spend the rest of the day amid the village environs.

Day 06 : SANKRI - DEHRADUN (7hrs Drive)

Today we leave Sankri and head for dehradoon. Its a 7 hour drive . we reach Dehradoon and disperse later.

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  • Experienced mountain guide & cook
  • Camping Arrangement (Tents, Sleeping Bag, Camping Mattresses, Camping Stool/Chair, Mess Tents and First Aid)
  • Dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 5
  • Porter/Mule for Carrying camping equipment & ration
  • Forest Entry


  • Personal expenses
  • Insurance
  • Anything not mentioned under Inclusions

Important Info

Duration: 6 Days | 5 Nights 
Trekking Days: 4 Days 
Best Season: All throughout the year 
Level: Easy
Weather: Pleasant throughout the day , nights can be cold 


  • 7+ Days: Full refund (after deducting any expenses that have been incurred for hotel bookings, transport, etc.)
  • 7 Day Or Less: No refund

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We keep our groups small for better over all experience. Typically our group size is between 6 to 10 trekkers. On few long weekends and holidays could see a group size of upto 15.

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We have twin sharing for couples and triple sharing for other groups. On request in advance we can provide twin sharing tents to all. Please mention your request in SPECIAL REQUEST section while making online booking.

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We serve delicious Indian vegetarian food and eggs during the trek.

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Ideally trekking shoes/boots with ankle support are needed for any trek in the Himalayan region. Quechua shoes available at Decathlon are a value for money option.


Yes all published dates are final and departures are guaranteed. Even if that its just you, we will proceed with the trek.

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Toilet tents are set-up at the campsites. These are dry-pit temporary toilets and most hygienic as well as convenient way to answer nature’s call in the wild.


You will receive good network up to the towns of Mussoorie, Rishikesh. Beyond these network is intermittent and quite weak. Please inform anxious family members in advance that you will be out of coverage area during this trek. There will be no electric charging points anywhere on the trek.


Reporting/Start Point:

Dehradoon | Rishikesh | Haridwar
No Booking or Convenience Charge!
₹ 9900 Per Person
₹ 29700
Min. participants: 3
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