Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin Pass Trek
Rupin Pass Trek
Rupin Pass Trek
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  • 9 Days
    15,250 ft.
    52 Km

  • Start : Dhaula
    End : Sangla

  • Difficult
    Uttarakhand

Add-ons
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Rental Gear +INR
BackPack Offloading +INR

Trek Highlights


  • Rupin Pass is an ideal trek for any adventure.
  • Rupin Pass offer wide range of landscape.
  • Spectacular views of Kinnaur Kailash range.

Inclusion/Exclusion


  • Inclusion in cost during the trek:
  • Accommodation.
  • Meals.
  • Permit & Camping Charges.
  • Trekking Gears.
  • Safety Equipment.
  • Specialist Trek Leader/Team.
  • Exclusion in cost during the trek:
  • Transport to and from the base camp.
  • Anything separated from considerations.

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Trek Highlights


  • Rupin Pass is an ideal trek for any adventure.
  • Rupin Pass offer wide range of landscape.
  • Spectacular views of Kinnaur Kailash range.

Inclusion/Exclusion


  • Inclusion in cost during the trek:
  • Accommodation.
  • Meals.
  • Permit & Camping Charges.
  • Trekking Gears.
  • Safety Equipment.
  • Specialist Trek Leader/Team.
  • Exclusion in cost during the trek:
  • Transport to and from the base camp.
  • Anything separated from considerations.

Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin Pass trek offers the splendid vistas of Kinnar Kailash range and Baspa Valley, along with the snow-capped mountains of the Himalayan range. And you will be amazed by the scenery that will be so contrasting and give you the ultimate natural beauty.

Rupin pass Trek is the well-known trek amongst India trekking destinations; it is also the most adventurous trek in India and Uttarakhand Trekking destinations. It has thicker and denser forests of pine, soothing and the sharp edges at high altitude, the snow-clad peaks all around seem mesmerizing.

Rupin Pass Trek altitude is 15,250 Ft., and therefore it's a little challenging for beginners, but at the same time, it is the most spine-tingling trek.

The flabbergasting view of the Rupin River gives you fantastic scenery. You will not be connected to civilization. Rupin pass trek package can be taken from between May to September as the Rupin pass best time.


Difficulty Level : Rupin Pass Trek

One who has trekking experience can do it quickly, but it will be a challenging trek for beginners. Trekkers should know some techniques of snow cutting pathways that sometimes become difficult. Rupin Pass trek altitude is 15,250 Ft. climb, making it an arduous trek for the trekkers.


Is it suitable for children’s?

No, the trek is not favorable for children, as the difficulty level is higher than average.


Is it a good option for the first time trekkers /or families?

This Himalayan trek is graded as the Difficult trek, so it is not wise to take the family to this trek.


Altitude : Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin Pass Trek's altitude is 15,250 Ft. one can attain the maximum altitude depending on his endurance and other conditions such as climate and temperature.


Season : Rupin Pass Trek

The best time to visit Rupin Pass Trek is from May to September; the trek to this admirable Destination can be planned between these months as the goal glows the most.


Average Temperature : Rupin Pass Trek

During the daytime, the temperature will range from 13°C to 18°C and Night: 0°C to 7°C.


What Makes this Trek Different?

The pass treks are exciting, Rupin pass is one of the trek in Uttarakhand that people look for when it’s about Pass treks. The trek is different in its pathways you get the easiest as well as the hardest way to cross in the Rupin Pass trek. The Alpine meadows will win your heart. You get the chance to camp beside streams coming through the mountains.


Trek Itinerary : Rupin Pass Trek

Day 1 : Reach Dhaula.

Altitude: 5,100 Ft.

Time taken: 10-11 hrs drive

On the 1st day, the journey towards Rupin pass will start from Dehradun and head towards Dhaula, the weather in the whole journey will not be so cold, and the pleasant sites of hills will treat you better.

Roads till Dhaula is in good condition, and the drive will go smoothly, but for the last few minutes before Dhaula, the streets will be unevenly filled with mud. The attention-grabbing scenes will be the crystal clear Yamuna river flowing. Besides, the route will pass through the unique village, a myth logically known for worshiping the Kauravas.

In this 8 hrs journey, you will witness the meadows of marigold flowers, and the day will be a little tiring.

After reaching Dhaula, you will rest and prepare yourself for the next day's adventure in your trip of Rupin pass trek.

Day 2 : Dhaula to Sewa.

Altitude: 5,100 Ft. to 6,300 Ft.

Time taken: 6 hrs, 11 Km

Trek Gradient: Moderate

Water sources: You can refill your water bottles from the Rupin River.

On your 2nd day, you will head towards Sewa from Dhaula though the trail will be long as 11 Km but will not be tricky or tiring for you. It will be an easy walk path till Sewa.

You will pass the cattle shelter after you leave the Dhaula village, the climbing will start for about 200 m, but around 10 or 20 min the trail will become easy, and after a little more walk, you will witness the different sight of Rupin flowing below.

You will trek on an ascending trail through the apple and apricot trees. Before reaching Sewa, you will get to the road where you can have snacks and tea at the shops and enjoy the sights of Rupin flowing making soothing sounds.

You will have a lot to explore in Sewa, such as Kinnaur Temple, where medals and trophies achieved by the villagers will be hanging outside as they call it a god grace. In Sewa, your camp will be between the rocks, and the flow of Rupin will treat you the whole night.

Day 3 : Sewa to Jiskun.

Altitude: 6,300 Ft. to 7,700 Ft.

Time taken: 5 hrs, 8 Km

Trek Gradient: Difficult

Water sources: Carry sufficient water from Sewa. Water sources are available up to about an hour before you reach Jiskun.

On you, 3rd of trekking to Rupin pass will be moderate to difficult, trek to Jiskun from Sewa. Listen to your trek leader as he will instruct you better for the day, the route will be tricky, and the moderate walk will be of a few hours after that there will be a steep climb.

Nature will grab your attention where you will pass through the mixed crop field and then enter to the forest, further walk through the thick forest, later you will reach near the bridge, which would be mesmerizing.

After a steep walk, you will reach the Jiskun and will be able to enjoy the sight scene.

Day 4 :Jiskun to Udaknal.

Altitude: 7,700 Ft. to 10,100 Ft.

Time taken: 6 hrs, 8 Km

Trek Gradient: Difficult

Water sources: Carry sufficient water. You can refill your water bottles at Jhaka.

On the 4th day of your Rupin Pass trek, you will go through the last village from where the civilization will be over.

On the 4th day, the ascent of approx. 4 to 5 hrs will occur, so store the energy in your body.

There will be a moderate ascent till Jiskun, and then it will be a slight descending trail, moving forward into the dense forest you can find a wooden bridge there. The route gets ascending in zig-zag from the bridge; you can also refill your bottles at the river, the last water point of the 4th day.

After reaching Udaknal, rest in your tent and admire the beauty around.

Day 5 : Udaknal to Dhanderas Thatch, lower water fall camp.

Altitude: 10,100 Ft. to 11,700 Ft.

Time taken: 5 hrs, 6 Km

Trek Gradient: Easy-moderate

Water sources: Carry sufficient water. You can refill water bottles from the river.

On your 5th day of the trek, you will move towards Dandreyash Thatch from Udaknal campsite, crossing the fields of Jhaka village, a thick forest of fir trees standing tall.

After crossing the forest of Udaknal, you witness the changes in the landscape as the land starts changing into the snow patches on the ground and the snow bridge over Rupin.

After few Kilometers walk, you will reach Thatch admire the beauty of Mother Nature, the U-shaped valley; silver birch trees will treat you, and later move downward, you will get to Dandreyash Thatch.

Campsite for 5th day, relax and treat you with the beauty of the Himalayan range.

Day 6 : Acclimatization day at Dhanderas Thatch.

Day 7 : Dhanderas thatch to Upper Waterfall camp.

Altitude: 11,700 Ft. to 13,100 Ft.

Time taken: 3 hrs

Trek Gradient: Moderate

Water sources: Carry sufficient water. You can refill your water bottles at streams.

The 7th day will head towards the Upper waterfall from Dandreyash. It has an altitude of 13,100 Ft. There are chances that AMS can be caused, so it would be better to take all the precautions.

Though the trek leader will let you know all about how to manage the situation. You will cross the way through many little streams of Rupin; you will make your way through the marigold flowers to the snow patches of the forest waterfall. Later you have to walk carefully on the rocks along the hills, and you will now witness that the trail is going through the thick snow.

You will come across the last bridge offering you the Rupin water, and there will be a short climb from here to the campsite, so after reaching enjoy and last to the day.

Day 8 : Upper Waterfall camp to Rupin Pass via Rati Pheri.

Altitude: 13,100 Ft. to 15,380 Ft. to 13,100 Ft.

Time taken: 10-11 hrs

Trek Gradient: Difficult

Water sources: Carry sufficient water from the camp before starting.

On the 8th day, the trek will be long and exciting simultaneously, and it will be a steep climb full of adventure alongside. Make sure to start your day early as it will be the longest day with lots of experience. Head towards Rati Pheri by walking steeply along with snow patches on the way; after an hour's climb, you will see the ground of Rati Pheri, and you can take a halt to rest there along with the beauty of the Rati Pheri.

You will be able to witness the Dhauladar range, and till you reach the Rupin Pass, you will see the alpine fields all the way.

There is no straight way towards Rupin pass; though it would be an arduous trek of an hour and a half, eventually you will behold the admirable beauty.

Later you will be able to catch views of the Sanglah side of the mountain, the green open mountain will be a contrast to the snow and alpine behind you, and Mother Nature will look fabulous.

Day 9 : Ronti Gad to Sangla Via Sangla Kanda.

Altitude: 13,100 Ft. to 8,600 Ft via 11,427 Ft.

Time taken: 6 hrs

Trek Gradient: Moderate – difficult

Water sources: Carry sufficient water bottles.

On your 9th day, you will head towards Sangla from Ronti Gad via Sangla Kanda; the descent to Sangla will be arduous, so it would be better to make up the mind accordingly during descent.

You witness the Kinner Kailash range and the blue pines of the Baspa Valley in your way.

You can start your day late, the descent on the 9th day will make you lose the heights fast, and the weather will start warming near Sangla.

Later in descending, you will reach Sangla Kanda. In between the way, you will come across many trails that will lead towards different paths.

After an hour, the trail will leave the Ronti Gad valley behind, and you will see the meadows with the sign of civilization in the village.

The sharp descent may feel so tiring, but eventually, you will reach your way by conquering the difficulty, and thats how the Rupin pass trek it will be over.

Rupin Pass Trek: Essentials

Trekking, no doubt, is one of the most thrilling adventure one could ever have in his/her life. With an elegance of nature and unmatchable experience of the pristine mountain ranges, trekking stands out among all the adventures across the world, but nothing comes free, there are certain aspects of the trekking which one needs to consider while he/she is making up his/her mind for trekking. Here’s a list of some basic requirements which one would need during his/her camp trekking. Let’s pay some heed to these prerequisites for trekking.

Trekveda Pretrip Checklist

Trek Essentials to Carry with Yourself.

Things You Can’t Afford Missing On Trek


1. A Sturdy Backpack/Rug Sack

A high-quality backpack with an ease of carrying facility with durable and stern straps is one of the pivotal thing that you’d need during the entire trekking. The easier it’s to carry, the more fun you can have during your trek.

2. A Pair of Trekking Shoes

Your regular sports shoes can be a mess during the trek and one of the most regretting thing that might take away the joy of trekking. To prevent yourself from slippery patches through the streams, a pair of trekking shoes with good grip would do a great work for you and reciprocate your experience of trekking to the manifolds.


Clothing

Clothing is one of the most important aspect of trekking but that doesn’t imply the “what if situation”, hence carry the clothes that you’d need normally. Carrying more and more clothes will only add the weight, thus problem. Once on the trek, you’d not generally need to change the clothes every now and then, provided if you maintain your hygiene properly.

Three warm layers: On high altitude treks, temperature after the sunset drops to the considerable degrees. So during these campsites, you might need an additional layer along with the padded jacket coupled up with a fleece and a warmer.

Three trek pants: Please don’t go for jeans/ denims for the substitute for the trek pants since they’d not add comfort to your stay at the campsites. Wear one pair and carry the remaining two.

Three collared Shirts: It’s advised to wear full sleeved shirts instead of the t-shirts in order to prevent ourselves from the sun-burn. Carrying a dry-fit t-shirt or two can be a wise idea if you’re trekking during the rainy season. Regardless of the cold weather, trekkers’ bodies tend to sweat and to prevent yourself from falling ill, you’re advised to change your clothes at campsites.

Warmers: Warmers or thermals can be added on one’s own concern related to their health and their exposure to the cold climate.


Accessories

Shades: Sunglasses are to counteract snow visual deficiency. While at the same time you're probably not going to discover snow in October, convey a couple in any case.

Sun cap: The sun feels more grounded while at the same time strolling on the mountain slants. Convey a sun cap to shield your head and neck from the warmth, particularly in case you're trekking later in the day.

Engineered hand gloves: One sets of downy or woolen hand gloves. One sets of water evidence/safe, wind verification gloves.

Balaclava: You may utilize woolen scarves rather too.

Socks (2 sets): Apart from two sports socks, you can take a couple of woolen socks for the night as they’d spare you from the dripping temperature.

Headlamp/LED burn: Mandatory

Trekking pole: Having a trekking pole in your hand during the trek is boon, although at times it may bother you as an unnecessary article but it proves out most handy during the submit as it curbs your effort of straight inclinations of the high altitudes which often turns out tiring.


Other Essentials to Carry

An Additional Pack: This is one of the best practice you can do on one-day submits or treks where you need to get back to your campsite by the end of the day. Here you can pack your essentials like, water bottle, medical aids and snacks. This keeps you away from carrying the unnecessary weight.

Toiletries: Be wise while choosing your cosmetic needs and daily use products. Refrain from using the non-biodegradable products, if you do so then make sure that you leave residue on the mountains. Always carry a zip bag to put such piece of stuff after use. Sanitary napkins also needs to be treated in the same manner.

Indispensable Water Bottles: To keep your body hydrated during the trek, you are advised to carry your own water bottles during the treks since leaving plastic and its product is not advised on the mountains since they are not suitable for the environment of the altitudes.

Plastic Bags: To keep everything organized, you should compartmentalize the stuffs into plastic zip bags and also carry a few in spare for wet clothes and other by-products.


Mandatory Documentation

There are certain rules and laws that you need to abide by, while going for the treks, however Trekveda takes care of all such kind paper works which is inclusive in the package. Certain registration fees and document verification along with some permissions are required in order to protect the nature and its evergreen heritage for future. In addition to this, if you need to avail a guide, you can also hire a guide with some bucks and a nominal paper work.

Please carry the documents mentioned below. Documents two and three need to be downloaded (PDF), filled in, signed and handed over to the trek leader at the base camp.

  • 1 passport size photos and an original + copy of government photo ID document – required for Sanctuary registration and TIMS (Trekker’s Information Management System)
  • Medical Certificate (first part to be filled by a doctor and second part by the trekker)
  • Disclaimer form (to be filled by the trekker)

Measures Taken by Trekveda to Ensure the Security of Trekkers

Trekking is altogether a different kind of adventure where you required to be physically and mentally prepared for the best and adverse, all at once. With high altitudes making it tough to breath, the scenic beauty of those pristine mountains leave you spell-bounded so that you forget to breath for a moment or two. In addition to the physical and mental preparation, there are certain aspect of the health that are needed to be considered at the first hand when you make up your mind for the trekking,

Trekveda, by dint of its team of trained professionals, leave no stone unturned to provide you with the best trekking experience while ensuring your safety as its priority. Here are some vital aspects that Trekveda includes in its checklist to ensure the safety of its trekkers.

Criteria for Fitness Analysis

Trekking at high altitudes demands endurance and fitness and those who are prone to any kind of physical or physiological ailments are advised to not to go for high altitude treks in the beginning. To get assurance about the trekker’s fitness, we comply with certain aspects of the being fit such as BMI (Body Mass Index) along with the fitness proof since we can’t put the trekkers into the risk.

Acclimatization is another important aspect when it comes to getting an adaptation to the climate at the high range treks. A day at rest is not just the rest but a chance to get used to of the place and its habitat.

Monitoring the health is one thing that is conducted regularly during the trek by the trek leaders which includes the monitoring of your blood pressure, oxygen level and pulse rate. Details of your health during the trek is maintained in the health card on the regular basis. Health card can be collected from the trek leader at the end of the trek.

Medical Kit for High Range Trekking

An ideal medical kit that’s developed for the trekking has Blood Pressure Monitor/checker, Stature, Oxygen checker and Oxygen Cylinder coupled up with certain must have medicines, in case of medical emergency:

  • Diamox
  • Dexamethasone
  • Dexamethasone
  • Nifidipine
  • Asthalin Inhaler
  • Syringes

Trekking Equipment for High Altitudes

Trekveda provide you all the necessary equipment for trekking from tents to ropes. In addition to that, our trek leaders also ensure the safety by various safeguards they take time to time for your safety. Micro spikes are provided to attach to your shoes which help you to keep the traction on the snow and make it easier to climb. An additional gaiters are provided to cover the shows which prevent the entering of snow into the shoes. Customized tents are provided to the trekkers which ensure the warmth and temperature 10 degrees higher than the outside coupled up with high quality sleeping bags which can endure the temperature up to 15 degree Celsius below the freezing point.

Nutrition and Hydration

Trekveda, keep all your nutritional and hydration requirements on its checklist, our trek leaders will guide you to keep your body hydrated on the high altitudes as de-hydration can attract to the severe medical emergencies on high altitude treks.

We provide the highly nutritious meal to energize your body for the trek, however before certain long trails we ensure your nutritional requirements to be fulfilled with some high energy snacks or packaged lunch.

Make sure you keep up with your hydration and nutritional part as this can lead to some fatal consequences for your health.

In case of any symptoms you feel during the trek, don’t ignore or avoid them, immediately tell the trek leader.

Keeping up with the pre-defined processes and the guidelines will help you to have a memorable trekking experience.


What Trekveda has to offer in case of medical emergency like AMS, HAPE or HACE?

In case of medical emergencies, Trekveda and its trek leaders bear the sole responsibility to get you back to your wellbeing with their training and techniques. Suspecting any physiological disturbance in your body, immediately report to your trek leader as they are trained to counter such problems.

Problems like Acute Mountain Sickness can be prove fatal if not taken into consideration seriously on time. If you encounter/experience any of the symptoms such as persistent headache, fatigue or weakness, nausea, dizziness, loss of appetite, difficulty in sleeping, you shouldn’t let it go or treat it by your own either.

Acute mountain sickness is one of the most common yet the fatal problem trekkers face due to number of reasons, if the problem continues to persist, then you’re advised to descend down to the basecamp and then to visit the doctor immediately.

People with AMS are treated with number of medicines such Diamox, Nifidipine etc. coupled up with methods like Triple One Test- where one disprin is given with a liter of water along with the rest for an hour.

While AMS is most common at the high altitudes yet it can’t be risked taken casually as it leads to severe fatal conditions like HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema) or HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema) which, if not treated on time can lead to number of serious chronic disorders. These conditions need to not to comply with AMS, they can occur without AMS preceding.

It’s suggested to take every single disturbance into the consideration while you’re on the trek.

However, Trekveda is capable of tackling all the medical emergencies with its trained professionals yet there are several things that you need to consider, specially the intake of medicines and the knowledge about their advantages and side-effects. Don’t administer the medicine if you’re trekking through an organization, always seek help from the trek leaders, they are trained for such purposes, while in case of being a solo trekker, you should know about the medicines.

Keeping yourself hydrated and nutritionally fulfilled curbs the chances of AMS.


Risk and Response

A high altitude trek requires an audacious state of mind, however leaving on a bold excursion without computing the dangers is absolute idiocy. That is the reason we have recorded a couple of Risk and the Response arranged by Trekveda to limit or address the dangers in the most ideal way.

Risk: Altitude

Before you begin the trek, it is critical to comprehend the ramifications of high altitude on your body. Know about side effects of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) like mellow cerebral pain, queasiness and general distress.

Response: If you feel any of these indications, illuminate the trek pioneer on need and take after his directions. Each campground has as stretcher, completely prepared medical aid pack, oxygen chambers to address the circumstance.

Risk: Weather

Weather is unusual in the Himalayas. Despite the fact that we are constantly attentive about the evolving climate, nobody can ensure a snowfall, rain or Sun. Do comprehend that your security is of most extreme significance to us and we won't continue any further from the campground if the climate isn't ideal.

Response: The choice of the Trek Leaders and Guides to continue or sit tight for the climate to show signs of improvement will be last.

Risk: Injuries

Often, while trekking over troublesome territories, you may have minor wounds like leg sprain, wounds and so forth. Genuine wounds like breaks or real cuts are exceptionally uncommon.

Response: All our Trek Leaders are Certified Wilderness First Aid responders. They are prepared to deal with crises and can handle minor wounds with an all-around prepared medical aid unit. If there should arise an occurrence of genuine wounds, the patient is carried on a stretcher to the closest street head and is directed to closest therapeutic focus.

Risk: Lack of Communication

In the remote zones of the Himalayas, portable systems don't reach. On a trek, one is cut off from the universe of calls, SMS or WhatsApp Messages.

Response: We’d depend on walkie-talkies and sprinters to communicate between the campgrounds and the base camps.

Pre-Trek Preparations

Trekking, for its ever-lasting memories and experience, demands just a few things which involve physical endurance with physiological wellness. Not just the one who’s physically fit would do the magic in trekking but one also needs to be mentally fit as well in order to cope up with the adversities one might have to face during the treks such natural calamities, rains or other unforeseen conditions. To keep up with such requirements of trekking here are a few things you can do to get yourself physically fit.


Prerequisites of the Trek

Cardiovascular Endurance and Stamina

Cardiovascular endurance is the primordial thing that this trek asks for along with the stamina to withstand the stringent conditions during the trek. There are number of ways you can increase your endurance level but Jogging regularly with gradual increase in the pace would do the magic in just 2 or 2 and a half months. You can also increase your endurance and stamina through swimming, cycling and much more.

Combining the speed and distance target is the most effective way to get your body and mind prepared for the Trek. If you’re planning to build your stamina in a phased manner then here you should pay heed to:

  • Target completing the distance of 5 km in 35 minutes or less at the beginning
  • Pace up your legs to complete the 5 km in 30 minutes or less
  • Before you begin the trek, you should be able to complete 10 km in 60 minutes or less

Strength

To build the strength is another most important thing and a major requirement for this trek. The whole journey of the trek is like an eternal staircase, the more you climb the better you can have the view. It goes with a climb followed by a flat then again, a climb followed by a flat. All the scenic beauty of the trek demands no less than the power of your legs.

The strength of your legs is something you need to work upon. Here is what you can do to strengthen your leg muscles to bear the pain of the trek.

Doing the squats can help. Goal for 3 sets of 15 repetitions without fail. You can begin with 8 squats in each set at the beginning, subject to your core strength for the exercise.

Flexibility

The more flexible you are the more you have the chances to get the glimpse with lesser hustle. Stretching is another major aspect of the trekking which provides you the much-needed flexibility to climb the altitudes with ease while carrying the backpack altogether is not an easier errand.

Stretching your body at large can bring you the utmost comfort during the trek. Here are some stretching you can do to get the flexibility-Stretch your hamstring, quadriceps, hip flexors, lower back muscles and shoulders. They’ll give strength and help you arrive on the slopes with the relaxed muscles. All these exercises would help you to get through the trek with ease and comfort provided you give an ample time to these.

Cardiovascular Exercise

Cardiovascular exercise is one of the most sought-after method which provide not just the physical endurance but also the strength to withstand any unavoidable circumstances sternly. Trekking demands the high endurance which you can develop in a month or two where you need to begin with the jogging or running (only if you could do). This practice needs to be combined with the speed and distance targets. You need to keep on increasing both with the time.

Begin with the small chunks of the targets and gradually increase for the bigger one. For instance,

Begin with a target of completing a distance of 5km. in 45 minutes and then gradually increase it to 7 km. in the same time and remain stick to this practice until you are able to cover 10 km. in 80-90 minutes without fail, at a stretch.


Strength Building Exercise

Another vital area of improvement, you need to work upon. Before you head to the trek, you need to have the physical strength in order to carry backpacks on the uneven terrains. Considering everything under the sun, you ought to prepare yourself for the core strength. A strength would be make you suffer less than others who’d not pay the heed.

Flexibility

Flexibility in the body is what the trekking demands the most. Carrying the backpacks without flexibility in your hamstrings, quadriceps, shoulder, lateral sides etc. can prove out to be fatal. More the muscles relaxed, easier would be your trekking experience. Carrying a backpack, however light in weight, can bring you the unnecessary pain which may spoil your entire trek.

Concentration

To pacify yourself or any other companion, yoga and meditation are the key. These practices not only give you the mental peace but also provide you with a placid inner conscience which is extremely important in order to withstand the cons during the trek.

This also improves your decision-making ability in the direst stressful situations, during the trek.

Here is what the trek fee includes:

  • Accommodation – Stay is included from Day 1 to the last day of the trek. You will be staying in the guest houses of the respective locations & camping on remaining days of the trek.
  • Meals – All meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast till last day of the trek are included. We provide simple, nutritious vegetarian food on all days of the trek.
  • Camping Charges – All trekking permits and forest camping charges are included.
  • Trekking Equipment – You will stay in high quality tents and sleeping bags in all the camps. Our high-altitude sleeping bags can withstand temperatures as low as -10 ºC. We provide ice axes, roped, micro spikes, gaiters etc. as required.
  • Safety Equipment – First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers etc. will be available at all campsites to deal with emergencies.
  • Services of an expert Trek Leader – All our trek leaders are qualified in basic / advanced mountaineering courses.
  • Services of an expert Trek Team – The mountain staff on this trek consists of well-trained guides, cooks, helpers and porters.

Here is what the trek fee excludes:

  • Transport to and from the base camp – Trekveda will offer the taxi services from and to the base camp.
  • Food during transit to and from the base camp – The trek fee does not include meals purchased during the journey to and from the basecamp.
  • Backpack offloading charges - If you wish to offload your backpack, there will be an additional charge of Rs. 1200 + 5% GST. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 kgs. Suitcases/strollers/duffel bags will not be allowed. Please note that charges will vary for last minute offloading in case you decide to offload your bag after reaching the basecamp (Rs. 1400 + 5% GST). Online offloading in advance is possible up to two days prior to the trek start date.
  • Stay at hill station on the last day.
  • Personal expenses of any kind.
  • Anything apart from inclusions.
  • Buffer day – It is mandatory to have this extra day as any bad weather or rain will delay your pass crossing. If buffer day is utilized, you will need to pay Rs. 1,700 + 5% GST. This amount is to be handed over to your trek leader.

Terms and Conditions

Cancellation Policy

Cancelling a trek is like a real pain when you have been dreaming of it since a long time. But, to resolve it and to lesser your disappointment. We have a user-friendly cancellation policy for you.

So have a look.

Covid Relief Cancellation Policy

This Policy is effective from 1st June 2020 to 31st Dec 2020 only as per your booking date.

  • If you are cancelling your trek prior 7 days from your trek date, then we provide you with the FULL REFUND.
  • If you are cancelling your trek within 7 days from your trek date, then there will be NO REFUND.
  • If you want to change the date of your trek, then it should only be done before 14 days from your trek date. No changes will be made within the 14 days from your trek date.
Trekveda Cancellation Policy

This Policy is effective from 1st Jan 2021.

  • If you are cancelling your trek prior 30 to 15 days from your trek date, then a 100% REFUND will be provided.
  • If you are cancelling your trek prior 14 to 7 days from your trek date, then 70% REFUND will be provided.
  • If you are cancelling your trek within 7 days from your trek date, NO REFUND will be done.
Trek Cancelling Exceptions

We never cancel any treks at Trekveda but In case we cancel your trek because of any natural calamities, political unrest, and sudden global health concern, riots, government instructions etc. So, Trekveda will issue you a voucher to redeem your trek in 1 year with any trek you want.

Trekveda Refund Policy

In case of refund, there will be a deduction of 4% bank charges and 5% GST from the total fee you have paid. Also, if you have opted for trek insurance, the amount will not be refunded. In the process of refunding the amount, the full amount will not be refunded in the first phase. It will take 15 working days to repay the half and another 15 working days for another half of the amount calculated according to the company's cancellation policy.

Former Cancellation Policy

Note- This Policy is only applicable for those who have booked their trek prior 1st June 2020 with us.

  • Prior cancellation 40 days from the start of the trek is 90% refundable.
  • Cancellation between 40 to 20 days from the beginning of the trek is 45% refundable.
  • Cancellation between 20 to 10 days from the start of the trek is 10% refundable.
  • Cancellation within 10 days from the start of the trek is non-refundable.

How to cancel your trek?

We don't want you to get into any situation where you need to cancel your trek, but sometimes things don't work the way we want. So no worries we have a most comfortable way for you.

  • Drop an email on cancel@trekveda.com.
  • Inform your trek coordinator about your cancellation and a reason for the same. Then they will help you with the futhure process.

What is Trek Voucher?

Trek voucher is your credit amount at Trekveda that you can redeem by trekking in future with us within 1 year.

Note- The voucher is non-refundable, non-transferable, and non-extendable.

How to use Trek Voucher?

You can get in touch with our sales executive on given numbers 9821325153/54/56. They will help you in the redemption of your voucher.

Other Trek Policies
  1. The trek fee includes all costs of the trek from the start at the base camp to the end.
  2. Emergency during trek: In case of medical emergency, the trekker will be taken care at the primary stage since we don’t accompany the doctors during the trek, however our trek leaders are trained for the first-aid treatment. Post the first-aid Trekveda will take the liability to send down the trekker to the nearest basecamp or road head.
  3. Fitness: Before you head to plan a Chadar trek, your body fitness needs to be maintained for the high-altitude Himalayan treks since level of oxygen is considerably low at high ranges, thus proper cardiovascular training is a vital component of pre-trek preparation.
  4. Non-liability: Trekveda is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/equipment or other belongings on the trek.
  5. Payment: Payment for the trek can be done online through credit/debit card or net banking. Cheque/draft or cash is not accepted.
  6. Drinking and Smoking during the trek is strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be cancelled with immediate effect.

We give 4 seasons tents by Gipfel for higher altitudes which can without much of a stretch withstand substantial snowfall and tempests. They are sufficiently extensive to accommodate 3 individuals on the double with a vestibule to put the knapsacks. Our resting packs are comprised of Heat seeker Pro manufactured protection that can give you comfort in - 10 degrees Celsius. We likewise utilize extra wool liners to have warm effectiveness even in the extraordinary temperatures of - 17 degrees Celsius. In the event that you convey your own resting sack, you will get a cashback compensate gave that you educate us when you have booked your trek.

Bring Poncho (Rain cover) for your backpack and your own. It will protect your belongings from getting damped. In case if you get drenched due to any reason, it’s advised to put off your wet clothes as early as possible because keeping yourself wet at high altitudes can attract unwanted medical complications which may cost you fatal

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