Trek Dates

  • Dhaula to Sangala: 25th May -1st June
  • Duration: 8 Days

Approx Temperatures

  • Day time: 5°C to 15°C
  • Morning/night: -5°C to 5°C

Trek Facts

  • Grade: Difficult
  •  Altitude: 15,350 ft
  • Snow in upper regions

Trek Fee

  • Per person: ₹17, 000.00

Trek Itinerary

  • Pick up from Dehradun Railway Station
  • Arrive Dhaula in the evening
  • Travel time around 10 – 11 Hrs.
  • Dhaula 6,500 ft to Sewa 6,300 ft
  • 7kms
  • 6 Hrs
  • Sewa 6,300 ft to Jiskun
  • 11,250 ft.
  • 9 kms
  • 7 Hrs
  • Jiskun 11,250 ft to Udaknal 8,900 ft.
  • 6 kms
  • 5 Hrs
  • Udaknal 8,900 ft to Lower Water Fall
  • 5 Kms
  • 4 Hrs
  • Lower Water Fall 11,680 ft to Upper Water Fall
  • 13,120 ft
  • 3 Hrs
  • Upper Water Fall 13,120 ft to Ronti Gad 13,420 ft via Rupin Pass 15,350 ft
  • 10 Kms
  • 11 Hrs
  • Ronti Gad 13,420 ft to Sangla 8,800 ft
  • 12 Kms
  • 6 Hrs
  • Drive to Shimla Approx. 10 HRS

Terms & Conditions

1. Stay: Stay at Shimla on the last day of the trek is not included in the trek fee.

2. Transport: Transport from Dehradun to Dhaula and return from Sangla to Shimla can be arranged by us at an extra cost. Transport is arranged in Sumo kind of vehicles. A vehicle carries 5-7 people. Sometimes the number of people in a vehicle can be even 4 or 8. Participants are expected to share the cost likewise. The amount is to be paid directly to our transporter. No service tax is applicable on transport cost. Roads & Journeys  only arranges the vehicle pick up and is not responsible for any issues during transport.

3. Pick-up: Participants are picked up from the Dehradun Railway Station. Pickups from the station start from 6.00 am.  Most participants opt for the Roads & Journeys pick up and we assume the same in your case. In case you do not want the Roads & Journeys  pick up you will have to make your own travel arrangements.

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