Rupin Pass is a high elevation go over the Himalaya mountain go in territory of Himachal Pradesh, India. It lies on a conventional shepherd and climbing course which begins from Dhaula in Uttarakhand and closures in Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. The way itself is situated crosswise over for the most part uninhabited regions in the Himalayan reaches at a rise of 15,250 ft 4,650M above ocean level. Rupin Pass trek comprises of trails uncovered from underneath shake faces and wooden extensions, slice through profound dull overlap in the mountain, ice sheets and frosty slants, and over snow fields. En route there are white Rhododendrons and field of green meadows. There are diverse trails that entrance the Rupin Pass. For the most part, trekkers and globe-trotters go to Gosangu by street from Shimla through Rohru. The backup course of action to Rupin Pass begins from Naitwar, which is open from Dehradhun through Dhaula. From both of the two street heads, the primary camp is Jhaka, the hanging town and the last stop for renewing stocks and a glance at the human advancement. Venturing to every part of the Rupin Pass is a direct - troublesome level of climbing. The trails take after the Rupin stream the distance to the best.