Another serene hamlet Netwar, surrounded by Pine and Deodar trees located at the confluence of Supin and Rupin river. It is entry gate of Govind Pashu Vihar National Park.
Around 200kms from Dehradun, in Uttarakhand, is the obscure hamlet of Netwar where the River Supin and Rupin meet and give birth to River Tons, a major tributary of Yamuna. On the opposite bank and along the Supin a trail climbs up the imposing mountain threading dense forests and skipping over bubbly streams while flirting with fields painted yellow by mustard and makeshift stone houses enjoying the spring sunshine. The demanding ascent culminates in the village of Kalap – a settlement untouched by venomous tentacles of civilization and frozen in time – in the shadow of Bandarpunch range of Garhwal Himalayas.