Rupina La pass Trek

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US $2200


19 Days

Difficulty Level


Best Season

Oct - Nov & April - May

Max. Altitude

4,670 M

 If you’re looking for an adventure of a lifetime, Rupinala Pass Trekking might just be the perfect option for you. Nestled in the heart of the central Himalayan range in Nepal, this picturesque camping trek is one of the most beautiful and remote routes in the Himalayas.
Originally, the Rupinala Pass was a summer trade route between Nepal and Tibet. But today, it is a challenging and rewarding trek that requires technical skills and expertise. The pass is not very high, but it can be tricky to cross in winter. Therefore, the best time to embark on this Manaslu region trek is in April and May or September and October.
If you decide to take on this adventure, you’ll be accompanied by a fully supported expert trekking team that will provide all the necessary gear and foodstuffs for your camping treks in the Himalayas. You’ll start your journey in Kathmandu and drive to Barpak, a beautiful village of Gurung ethnic groups. Many of these groups joined the British Gorkha Regiment, also known as the Gorkhas.
From Barpak, you’ll begin your trek to Dharche Hill, where you can enjoy superb mountain views. After taking in the views, you’ll follow the ridge and continue walking along the spectacular mountain foothills until you reach the base camp above the tree line. Your trek crew will fix the tents for your accommodation, and a cook will prepare delicious meals while you bask in the dramatic mountain scenery.
Crossing the Rupinala Pass is challenging, but it’s also very rewarding. It offers unspoiled and incomparable views of the Himalayas, which are seldom seen by tourists. After crossing the pass, you’ll continue your trek toward the Boudha Himal base camp. You’ll cross the massive glacier of Rani and Gorkha peaks and enjoy stunning vistas below the tree line.
As you continue your journey, you’ll reach Nyak, a village on the ridge far above the Budi Gandaki valley. The trail down to the valley can be tough, but once you join the main path, you’ll feel much more comfortable walking. Finally, you’ll trek down to the Budigandaki river bank, where you’ll board your bus and head back to Kathmandu.
All in all, the Rupinala Pass trek is a strenuous and spectacular wilderness mountain trek that should not be missed. It’s an excellent opportunity for all adventure enthusiasts to explore the remote and rarely trekked routes into the lower Manaslu region in Nepal. So, if you’re up for a challenge and love exploring nature’s rugged beauty, this trek is undoubtedly the adventure of a lifetime.
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Mt. Manaslu [8163m] is 8the the highest mountain peak in the world. The history of trekking & Expedition of this mountain started when the Japanese Expedition climbed Mt. Manaslu in 1956. Itwassofficiallyn in 1991 for trekkers. The region is rich in flora, fauna & culture with different experiences from low to high altitudes Naturally, this region has waterfalls, lakes, beautiful ethnic villages, and beautiful Mountain views with green hills & landscapes.
The region has various Monasteries, Mani walls, Chortens, and many other religious landmarks temples & more. The trekking Route follows the classic trading route along the Udhi Gandaki River. On the route of Rubina La Pass, we cross ethnic villages of GURKHA which provides ha idden culture of Nepal. Barpak Village is one of the great examples of Ethnic villages in Nepal Himalaya.
The upper part of Mthe anaslu trek has a great experience of secret Buddhist monasteries, Mani walls & Prayer flags, the upper part of trail Ggoesto Barpak village, Rupina la Pass (4643m) Larkya Pass (5135m) which is the major destination to trekkers. We can view Himal Chuli, Manaslu, Buddha Him al, and Himlung Himal on the first part of the trek in Larkya.
After Larkya Pass the route goes to the heavily forested valley of Maskandi River of Athe Annapurna Region. The extension of the trek can be made to Throng Pass with Muktinath & Jomsom.

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Rupina La pass Trek
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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Nepal
Arrival at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). Upon arrival at the airport, greet a group of floral assistants, get to know our personnel, and take them to the hotel. Following a brief respite in the motel, Come visit our office, enjoy some hot or cold tea or coffee as we wait to serve you, and then gather together. A member of our staff will give you an overview of the trip and introduce you to your guide. Overnight stay at a hotel.
Accommodations: Hotel
Day 2: Get a permit and spend the remaining day exploring Kathmandu.
Obtain permission, then spend the remaining time exploring Pashupatinath and Boudhanath (B)
Breakfast Food
Accommodations: Hotel
Day 3: Naraysower, Gorkha, and Kathmandu
Gorkha-Kathmandu-Naraysower 6 or 7 hours of driving and hotel check-in (B, L, D)
Food BLD Hotel Accommodation   
Day 4: Set off on the journey from Kayraghari to Naraysower   
Start your journey from Kayraghari to Naraysower. (6/7 walk hours) (B, L, D)
Food BLD Lodge Accommodation   
Day 5: Baluwa – Kayraghari
Baluwa – Kayraghari (6/7 hours hike) (B, L, D)
Food BLD Lodge Accommodation                                                                         
Day 6: Barpak – Baluwa
Walk time: 6/7 hours from Baluwa to Barpak (B, L, D)
Food BLD Lodge Accommodation                                                                     
Day 7: Barkhe Gotha to Barpak
Barkhe Gotha to Barpak (walking 6/7 hours) B, L, D
Food BLD Lodge Accommodation                                                                       
Day 8: Bheri Gotha – Barkhe Gotha
Barkhe Gotha – Bheri Gotha (6/7 hours on foot) (B, L, D) Eatery BLD Lodge
Drive to Barpak with a chance to explore the village and hike to Sumbe Khadka over two days.                                                                         
Day 9  Bheri Gotha – Rupina La Phedi
Bheri Gotha – Rupina La Phedi (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D) Accommodation
Day 10: Acclimatization day
Acclimatization day (B, L, D)
Day 11: Rupina La Phedi – Rupina La Pass – Israel Camp
Rupina La Phedi – Rupina La Pass – Israel Camp (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D)
Tented Camp                                                                         
Day 12: Israel Camp – Jungle Camp
Israel Camp – Jungle Camp (6/7 hours walk
Tented Camp                                                                         
Day 13: Jungle Camp – Jungle Camp
Jungle Camp – Jungle Camp (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D)
Tented Camp                                                                         
Day 14: Jungle Camp – Philim
Jungle Camp – Philim (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D)
Day 15: Philim – Dovan
Philim – Dovan (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D
Day16: Dovan – Machhakhola
Dovan – Machhakhola (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D)
Day 17  Machhakhola – Soti Khola
Machhakhola – Soti Khola (6/7 hours walk) (B, L, D)
Day 18: Soti Khola power again to Kathmandu
Soti Khola power again to Kathmandu and relaxation of the time for shopping. Join us for the farewell dinner at Nepali eating place inside the nighttime at 07:00 PM with a subculture program. (B, D)
Day 19: Final Departure
Onward departure to the Airport with the aid of using our par. three hrs earlier than you need to be airport (B)

Cost Includes:

  1. Customized airport transfer based on flight details.
  2. Standard hotel in Kathmandu on a twin-share bed-and-breakfast basis
  3. Group welcome dinner as per the itinerary.
  4. Half-day guided city tour with entrance fees to world heritage sites
  5. Private transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the trek.
  6. Accommodation in tea houses during the trek
  7. Full board meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) while on the trek
  8. Free use of company trek gear such as sleeping bags, warm jackets, and rain ponchos
  9. Supplementary oxygen tank with a comprehensive first aid kit
  10. Trek guide and crew with necessary gear and proper insurance
  11. Responsible Trek Policy of 01 Trekker: 01 Porter
  12. Manaslu region special trek permit
  13. T-shirts, trek duffle bag, and trek map
  14. TIMS/Trekking permit, Rupina La Pass entry fees, etc.

Cost Excludes:

  1. Nepal entry visa fees and any travel insurance
  2. International airfare
  3. All drinks and main meals in cities
  4. Beverage drinks while on the trek
  5. Tips and personal expenses such as hot showers and battery charges

What are the basic needs to go Rupina La Pass Trek 

  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Hiking boots
  • Sandals/Crocs
  • Several sets of undergarments
  • Good quality down jacket and pants
  • Fleece jacket
  • Thermal wear
  • T-shirts and pants
  • Warm woolen clothes for the night
  • Trekking stick
  • One set of gloves
  • Woolen hat
  • Sunhat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle with purifying tablets
  • Toiletries
  • A medium-sized towel
  • Energy bars
  • Basic medications
  • Rain Gears.

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  • Flexible Departure Dates
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