Trek to Borasu Pass offers the genuine experience to the trekkers. It is known as a strenuous trek, with pass situated at a high elevation of 17, 224 Ft. The trek begins from Lovely “Taluka” Village and goes by the village of Gangaad, Dhatmir, Seema and Osla until Har ki dun. The trek goes through thick forests of chestnut, pecan, willow and chinar trees. The trek from Osla to Har-ki-Dun is through terraced mountain fields, rich green lush patches, and thick coniferous backwoods the path from Har ki Dun to Chitkul (In Himachal) covers a wide range of scenes. Being on the outskirt of Indian Himalayas the pass is near Tibet. Borasu Pass trek cost is worth taking. The Borasu Pass trek is intended for experienced trekkers just because of its exhausting path, rock segments, different ice sheet intersections, steeps and slippery areas.Less
On this day you will drive to Sankri from Dehradun. If you have booked your transportation with us then we will drive you till Sankri, Otherwise you have to Report in Sankri. At base camp after resting for some time you can explore a bit, and at night have your dinner and sleep early so that you can trek early in the morning. The distance from Dehradun to Sankri is 7 to 8 hrs.
On our 2nd day will drive till Taluka and from where the trek to Seema/Osla will start. We have to walk upward in little patches that won’t be so hard but you need to be cautions. The way is of sand, and big stones. We will walk along Supin River, and into pine, and walnut trees. We will be able to interact with the villagers. We cross couple of streams that merge with Supin River. Now we continue to trek for an hour or two then the village Osla opens up its perspective to you. Seema is a small place opposite to Osla where we are going to settle out camps to tonight.
On this day the trail starts from Osla and get a gradual rise, passes through the eye pleasing flowers like orchids, fleece flowers and sunflowers. The trail from Seema initially continues and followed by crossing a hanging bridge over river Rupin. Now the trail ascends, go past through fields and meadows with huts. The trail goes on the ridge name as Kalkatti Dhar, from where the trail goes towards Har Ki Dun. From here the trail starts to get the rise and later gets steep. Now when you reach the meadows to the campsite at Har Ki Dun you will feel so blessed. The campsite is by the small stream, with peaks of Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini standing above.
On this day we trek to RathaTho from Hari Ki Dun, initially we cross the wooden bridge near Har ki Dun Forest, and take the trail towads lush green valley. On this day Hata Peak, Swargarohini peak will be the prominent peak for you to witness. The trek will contine and passes through boulders and muddy pathway, you have to very careful as there will be huge boulders.
You will then notice the tree line ends and see the stream connecting the valley. You will see the Morinda tal, a glacial lake coming through Borasu Glacier. The trail starts to become narrow with huge rocky paths. Following this path you will see the greengrass lands and a rocky trail with a little ascent and this will take you to your campsite of Ratha Tho.
On this day we trek to Borasu pass base camp from Ratha tho which is a 3 to 4 hrs trekking and might take 4 km of distance to reach. The trail is rough with huge boulders so one has to be cautions while walking. After walking for long hours we reach the Borasu pass base camp that is also called upper Lamjung as well. Basically Lamjung is the local language which stands for “Long Moustache”. The bridge near the pass seems like a long Moustache and looks wonderful that why its name is Lamjung. Now follow the climb over the steep ridge, and you will see the upper Lamjung campsite. This campsite is between the Borasu pass and the Borasu Glacier which is going to be the new experience for you.
On 6th day we start early before sunrise as we have to reach Bonga on time and it will be a long day. As we move higher on the trek, the scene from behind will change its perspective and this is going to be so astonishing. As you finally cross the two glaciers and boulders, you see the Borasu pass lies before you. Now we descend towards Himachal side of the pass. Later, the trek is along the tributary of Baspa River, and you may find many shepherds near your campsite and the scene will be so mesmerizing.
On this day, the trek will take around 7 to 8 hrs but it is going to be an easy walkthrough the flowers and forests. As this is the last day of your trek and from Chitkul you will head towards your destinations so grab all the memories of the trek and shine. The trek ends here.
On this day you will leave the Chitkul, and if your transport is booked with us then you leave with us otherwise you will go by your own that you can easily get from there.