Located in the central Himalayan range of Nepal, Rupinala pass trekking is one of the picturesque camping treks in the Himalaya. This trek route used to be a summer trade route between Tibet and Nepal. Crossing the Rupinala pass in winter is technically difficult even though it is not very high pass. The best time to do this Manaslu region trek is in April and May or Sept and October only. We have fully supported experts trekking team with all gear and food stuffs while on this camping treks in the Himalaya.
From Kathmandu we drive to Barpak a big and beautiful village of Gurung. An ethnic group many of them have joined on British Gorkha Regiment best known as the Gorkhas. From here we trek to Dharche hill for the superb mountain views. After the view point we follow the ridge and enjoy the great views. We trek along the spectacular mountain foothills onto the ice to the base camp above the tree line. Our trek crew fix the tents for accommodation and cook prepare the delicious meals while you enjoy the dramatic mountain scenery. Crossing the Rupinala pass is demanding but very much rewarding with unspoiled and incomparable views of the Himalayas. We continue our trek towards the Boudha himal base camp. Further more we cross the huge glacier of Rani and Gorkha peaks with stunning vista below the tree line. A wonderful scenery which is rarely seen in the Himalaya.
Having lost into the wilderness for several days we reach to Nyak a village on the ridge far above the Budigandaki valley. Further more the trail down to the valley in marginal conditions on this Rupinala pass trekking. Indeed it can be tiring but once you join on main trail you feel lot more comfortable in walking. We trek down all the way to the Budigandaki river bank from where we board our bus drive to Kathmandu. Thus Rupinala pass trek is a spectacular and serious wilderness mountain trek that should not be missed. With out any doubt a great opportunity to all the adventure enthusiasts to join on camping treks in the Himalayas. Of course to explore the remote and rarely trekked routes into the lower Manaslu region in Nepal – surely an adventure of life time.