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Borasu Pass Trek

About Borasu Pass Trek

It is one of the most beautiful all season trek. However, very few know that if you continue on the same trail further, you can cross into Himachal. The pass which you will be using to do so is known as “Borasu Pass“. It connects Tons Valley in Uttrakhand with Baspa Valley in Himachal. Trek to Barasu Pass offers true promise of adventure. It is considered a strenuous trek, with pass located at a high altitude of 5250 M.

The trek starts from Lovely “Taluka” Vilage and goes via villages of Gangaad,Dhatmir,Seema and Osla until Har Ki Dun. The trek passes through dense forests consisting of chestnut, walnut, willow and chinar trees. The trek from Osla to Har-ki-doon is through terraced mountain fields, lush green grassy patches and thick coniferous forests The trail from Har ki Dun to Chitkul (In Himachal) covers all kinds of landscapes that may require the use of some technical equipment too.

The trek is situated close to Tibet and lies on the Border of Indian Himalayan states of Uttrakhand and Himachal. The pass is open only for a very short period before and after Monsoon.

Activities in Borasu Pass Trek

Trekking : The trek route to Borasu Pass Trek and involves easy grade trekking. The enthralling treks take some through enchanting meadows, hushed hamlets, and conifers and oak forests. In winter, the trekking route is covered in snow.

Camping : Camping is an amazing experience to have with family and friends when you are surrounded in the lap of nature.

Photography : The 360 degree panorama one witnesses form the Borasu Pass summit is one of the reasons to make Borasu Pass Trek one of the best spot to capture mountains.

 Range : Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand

 Days : 8N / 9D

 Base Camp : Taluka

 Grade : Medium

 Distance : Approx 80 km

 Max Altitude : 52500M

 Package : Rs 20,000 per person

Pick Location : Dehradun/katgodam/Haridwar

Cost Terms

Inclusions :- 
1. Accommodation. (Guest house, Home stay,).
2. Meals while on trek (Veg. + Egg).
3. All necessary entry fees and permits.
4. First aid medical kits and oxygen cylinder.
5. Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff.
6. TTH Staff Insurance.
7. Porters/mules to carry central equipment.

Exclusions :- 
1. Any kind of personal expenses.
2. Food during the transit.
3. Insurance.
4. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
5. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.
6. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges

Borasu Pass Trek

Borasu Pass (5300Mt) is a high mountain pass that is located on the border of Uttaranchal and Himachal Pradesh along the border with Tibet. It was an ancient trade route between Har-ki-Doon valley and Kinnaur valley. It is no longer used by the locals and is an escapade for trekkers and mountaineers.

The trek starts from Taluka and passes through the lush green Har-ki-Dun valley. Har-ki-dun is a hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas, surrounded by magnificent Himalayan peaks and dense forests flocked with colourful birds and wild life. The trek starts by following the boisterous Har-ki-Dun ends with the colossal Baspa River. One can stay in the Forest Rest House in leisure or camp near Har-ki-Dun Ganga. Also, one can camp near the beautiful glacial lake at Manida lake a few km from Har-ki-Dun The trail passes through glacier moraine, steep narrow ridges, sheer vertical snow slopes and boulder fields. All in all, it is a nerve-wracking trek – a stunning mix of backwoods and vast meadows, packed with spurting rivers and widespread glaciers, with a view of snow-capped peaks and massive boulders. Cloaked in mystery, and located at an altitude of 3566m, this almost untouched land is situated in the westernmost part of the Himalayas. A challenge to the adventurers, Har-ki-Dun is supposed to have shared part of its history with the Pandavas.

Borasu Pass and Har Ki Dun peak, it is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Western Himalayas. A delight for trekkers, both in summer and winter, this valley is accessible through Govind National Park – known for its rich variety of flora and fauna. The trail through alpine meadows, moraine ridges, glacier basins, pine forests and ancient villages, gives you spectacular valley views and a chance to experience the wonderful slow-paced local lifestyle. This is the only valley from where one can see Swargarohini – I, II, III, (6300mt) Bandarpoonch and Blackpeak (6387mt), all together. One can also see the Ruinsara Lake (3400 mt) peaks from here.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrive in Sankri.

Day 2 : Sankri- Taluka (12 Kms by Road ), Taluka- Seema (12 kms trek).

Day 3 : Seema-Har ki Dun (14 kms trek).

Day 4 : Harkidun to Moninda Tal (5-6 kms).

Day 5 : Rest Day.

Day 6 : Moninda Taal – Borasu Pass –Camp 1.

Day 7 : Camp 1 – Doaria Camp Ground.

Day 8 : Doaria Camp - Chitkul.

Day 9 : Chitkul - Kalka/Shimla/Chandigarh.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrive in Sankri.

Report in Sankri by 5 PM. Sankri is 185 Kms away from Dehradun. You can get a shared taxi or public transport for Sankri early in the morning from Dehradun bus stand. It will take 7-9 hours for you to reach Sankri from Dehradun. Night stay in Hotel / Guest house.

Day 2 : Sankri- Taluka, Taluka- Seema.

Early morning drive from Sankri to Taluka in a Taxi .Taluka is the starting point of our trek.After Breakfast in Taluka, we will Start trekking with packed lunch to Seema (2260m)on an even surface through thick forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows, chinars and a variety of conifer trees, with a few waterfalls on the way.You could either opt for the steep climb of Dhaatmeer village, or just trek along the Karmanasha stream. Both the routes meet at Gangaar village.Reach Seema Camps by late afternoon.Overnight stay in tents.

Day 3 : Seema-Har ki Dun (14 kms trek).

The trail from Seema initially continues on the true left of the valley, goes past fields followed by crossing a anging bridge over river Rupin, to the true right of the valley. The trail now ascends, go past through fields and pastures with huts. The coniferous flora on the opposite side of the valley is awesome and much adorable. The trail climbs to the ridge locally named as Kalkatti Dhar, from where the trail traverses to give you awesome view of Har Ki Dun. From here initially the trail climbs gradually and later gets steep in times go past through beautiful meadows to the campsite at Har Ki Dun. The campsite is by the small stream, with peaks of Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini towering above. Overnight in the tents.

Day 4 : Harkidun to Moninda Tal.

Cross the wooden bride near Har ki Dun Forest Rest House and take the mud trail towards right leading to a lush green valley. Hata peak (just behind forest rest house ) and Swargarohini Peak are prominently seen from here. Continue on the trail which then passes through huge boulders. When the tree line ends, you see a huge valley with a stream coming from Morinda Tal. Walk up the Tal and camp by its side. Soak in the views of marvellous snow capped peaks and lush green meadows.

Day 5 : Rest Day.

Rest and acclimatization day before the climb to pass. A learning session will be imparted on the use of basic technical equipment and ascending descending techniques. This day can also be utilized to make up for any time loss during the Itinerary.

Day 6 : Moninda Taal – Borasu Pass – Camp 1.

Today we cross the pass. Since the trek will be hard, we will start early in the morning to have the advantage of time at hand. In the morning the peaks turn golden as the first rays of sun fall on them. Borasu glacier and Saunbhera campsite can be seen down below. Start walking on the gradual snow slope in the direction of the pass.We trek about 8 Kms to reach the pass. The final ascent to the pass is is boulder and scree strewn.After crossing we descend to the other side. Camp overnight.

Day 7 : Camp 1 – Doaria Camp Ground.

The trek is easy through the valley and views today will keep your cameras busy . we trek 10 km to arrive at Doaria camping grounds. The trek is initially to the Baspa river bed and then crossing it we reach the camping grounds. Overnight in camp.

Day 8 : Doaria Camp - Chitkul.

After a week of living in wilderness today we will see the civilization . Today’s trek is of 10 kms which takes about 8-9 hrs. This is one of the best walks of this trek. Walk is under the shade with gentle gradient. Overnight in Chitkul Village. Trek ends here. You may plan your return on the next day.

Day 9 : Chitkul - Kalka/Shimla/Chandigarh.

Chitkul is well connect by Road with Kalka/Shimla/Chandigarh.Drive from Chitkul to Chandigarh is 373 Kms. This part is not covered in the trek fee. Please make suitable arrangement for your return from Chitkul.

Transport options from Delhi to Dehradun

  Delhi to Dehradun by Car -

Hire a cab from Delhi to Dehradun, which takes around 4 hours. NH-72A from Chhutmalpur to Dehradun is the best route you may take. The cost of cab ranges from INR 9 to INR 97 per kilometre, depending upon the type of car. Ideal for families and groups.

  Delhi to Dehradun by Bus -

Take a direct bus from Delhi to Dehradun, which takes around 6 hours. Deluxe, Volvo, semi-deluxe and ordinary Uttarakhand State buses depart every hour from ISBT, Kashmere Gate in New Delhi. There is also an overnight deluxe A/C service run by Uttarakhand Tourism. Dehradun ISBT bus stand is located about 5 km from the centre of the city. Ideal for backpackers and single travellers.

  Delhi to Dehradun by Train -

Take a direct Jan Shatabdi train from Delhi NDLS station to Dehradun railway station that takes around 6 hours. Dehradun railway station is located in the city centre. Train is the most comfortable and cost effective mode to travel to Dehradun from Delhi. Ideal for groups and families.

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