Borasu Pass Trek

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Borasu Pass Trek is the Ancient Trade Route in Uttarakhand, India, and offers several highlights and unique experiences for trekkers.

Borasu Pass trek is a pass perched between high mountains in India which divides Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.

It was used as a trade route between Har Ki Dun valley and Kinnaur valley. On the other hand the Tibet border lies few kilometres away from this pass.

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The Borasu Pass trek is a popular trekking route located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, India. The trek takes you through the beautiful and pristine Himalayan mountains, offering stunning views of the surrounding peaks, glaciers, and valleys.

Here are some details and highlights of the Borasu Pass trek:

Duration: The Borasu Pass trek is a 08  day trek, covering a distance of around 60-70 km.

Difficulty level: The trek is rated as moderate to difficult, and is recommended for experienced trekkers who are in good physical condition.

Route: The trek starts from the village of Sankri, which is around 200 km from Dehradun. From Sankri, you will trek through beautiful forests, meadows, and streams to reach the base camp at Chilurgad. From there, you will cross the Borasu Pass at an altitude of 5,450 meters, and descend to the Rupin River valley, before reaching the village of Sangla in Himachal Pradesh.

Highlights: Borasu pass Trek 

  • Spectacular views of the Himalayan mountain ranges, including Swargarohini, Kalanag, and Banderpunch peaks.
  • Trekking through beautiful meadows and forests, filled with rhododendrons and other wildflowers.
  • Crossing the Borasu Pass, which is one of the highest passes in the region, and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and glaciers.
  • Meeting and interacting with the local villagers, who are known for their warmth and hospitality.
  • Camping under the stars, and experiencing the peacefulness and serenity of the Himalayan wilderness.

Overall, the Borasu Pass trek is a challenging and rewarding trek that offers a unique opportunity to explore the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Himalayas

Borasu Pass Trek

During the trek, pass through grasslands, steep ridges, snow slopes, and a glacier. And the trail remains covered in snow during winter.

When there were no road resources, our ancestors going from Gangar, Pawani, Osla Village, Har ki dun, Ratado, or Lamjunga reached Summit or Chitkul. village  In 2-3 days they were cover this distance.

Also, Borasu Pass is one of the famous Trek. People come from abroad for one of the most ancient Trek.

In Olden times people used to graze Sheep and goats on this Trek route. In 1968, this Trek was also made as a Route Trek.

The Credit goes for this route Trek to Local residents.

Har Ki Dun and borasu  pass Trek is an Enthralling valley in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarkashi district in Uttarakhand India, this trek comes under Govind Wildlife Sanctuary National Park.

No doubt, the Himalayas have enchanting beauty, a bracing climate and a desirable soothing green meadow.

So, what else can be better than spending some days here in the serenity after trekking Kinnaur valley chitkul.

Certainly, it is for the people who seek adventure! But, Borasu Pass trek is an exhilarating long trek suggested for experienced trekkers,

And the efforts are totally worth because Borasu Pass offers views of  Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini peaks, Kala Nag, Black Peak and Har Ki Dun.

Connects Har Ki Dun to Baspa Valley in Borasu pass

The Har Ki Dun trail further leads to Borasu Pass in Himachal and connects Har ki Dun Valley to Baspa Valley.

On the way come across a variety of wealthy flora and fauna and spot beautiful Himalayan birds and rare species of animals.

Like, mountain goat, ibex, barasinga, black bear, etc most

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Best Time to do Borasu pass?

The best time to visit Sar Pass Trek is during the summer months of May to June and September to October. These periods offer favorable weather conditions and clear skies, making it easier to navigate the trekking route and enjoy the stunning views.

During May to June, the weather is pleasant, and the snow starts melting, revealing beautiful meadows and vibrant landscapes. This period is considered the pre-monsoon season, and the temperatures are moderate, ranging from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius during the day and dropping to around 5 degrees Celsius at night.

September to October is also an excellent time for the Sar Pass Trek. It is the post-monsoon season, and the weather remains relatively dry and stable. The temperature during this time ranges from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius during the day and can drop to freezing temperatures at night.

It’s important to note that weather conditions can vary, so it’s advisable to check the local weather forecast before planning your trek. Additionally, be prepared for sudden weather changes and carry appropriate clothing and gear to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Why choose Borasu pass Trek?

Before heading towards the itinerary, it is really essential to perceive the reason behind choosing Bali Pass trek.

See firstly, the trekking distance is a total of by taxi  221 Km and on foot 64 km which is to be covered in 8 days. Dehradun to via Har Ki Dun To Chitkul market

Borasu Pass trek  is a high altitude mountain trek Altitudes is 5450 Meters

The Starting trail is moderate as compared to other treks this is a difficult trek. So this trek is not for beginners

Need proper gear & clothing for sub-zero temperatures?

In addition, You got to see so many heavenly bodies at one place like the panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges, meadows, one of the beautiful Har Ki Dun treks on the way to beautiful manida lake, pine forests, different variety of flora and fauna surpassing through bona fide Garhwali heritage and culture.

I think Do spare time in Interaction with our local’s team, and you will get to know about some of the ancient tales of Indian mythology and our local cultures, these is good ideas for trekkers

And, in summer, the Borasu pass trek turns totally different and amusing because of meadows, wildflowers, and woods blooming in different colures.

Beautiful landscapes so carry proper photo gear & Extra battery backup.

The backpack should not exceed 10 to 12 kg only

Borasu Pass Trek in May or June?

Borasu Pass Trek Month in May and June gives a slightly different experience to Trekkers because in May you start getting snow after Har Ki Dun.

The Borasu Pass trek starts from Sankri market and its endpoint is Chitkul  Village.

Borasu pass trek starts from Sankri via Har Ki Dun  in Uttarakhand which comes in the Supin  range and end this trek ends at Chitkul village which comes in Himachal Pradesh

In May and June, you get a combination of both greenery and snow, which makes the trek very spectacular. The weather in May and June is quite good and trek-friendly, which makes trekking a lot of fun.

During the day the temperature of Borasu Pass is around ( 5°C to 10 °C  and during the night the temperature comes down to -1 °C  to -5 °C  which is not bad.

Views and treks in Borasu Pass provide a lot of peace to the mind during the day, while you wake up from one wake to another, Borasu  Pass can always be one of the closest treks in your heart.

You will never consider yourself bored in Borasu Pass Trek, this trek can give you nothing but joy, You will get to see the culture and beauty of two beautiful states in this trek which will always keep you connected to the mountain.

Borasu Pass Base

Borasu Pass trek in September or October

Borasu Pass is a little different in the months of September and October, this is because you will not find snow here in these months.

But the beauty of the trek will not be lacking, the trek and nature adorn themselves with time and in different colors. The month of September and October are very good days to trek, at this time total greenery and at the end of October sometimes you can get to see live snowfall.

During the day the temperature of Borasu Pass is around Day time  6°C to 13 °C  and during the night the temperature comes down to 3 °C  to – 4 °C  which is very confirmable,

At this time the weather here will be very good for you, At this time it is even safe to trek here and there is no rain.

About Base Camp Sankri

Sankri is the base camp for the Borasu pass trek but also for 25 + Himalayan treks.

Thus, it always remains busy with the hustle and bustle of trekkers. This small and pretty market is truly picturesque because of its idyllic setting and serene aura.

There are beautiful wooden houses made of Deodar wood. And temple And, also some hotels and restaurants serving delicious local food. Their specialty is “Red Rice” Rajma, Mandwa, jangora, gopka, Bethu, kali, marsa many foods.

So, get to know the villagers and have a glimpse of their lifestyle. It is the best place to explore the Himalayan culture and tradition.

You will also have some excellent views of the lofty Swargarohini Peaks and Bandarpunch. And yes, do not miss their glorifying sunrise and sunset views.

Moreover, the nearest village to Sankri is “Saur”.  The temple of Someshwar Devta there is highly worshipped by the villagers.

Therefore, the base camp will leave you admiring its exquisite beauty.

How Difficult Is Borasu Pass?

The Borasu Pass Trek is considered a challenging trek that requires a good level of physical fitness and prior trekking experience. It is not recommended for beginners or individuals with limited hiking experience.

The trek involves navigating through steep ascents, descents, rocky terrain, moraines, and high-altitude passes. The trail can be demanding and requires endurance, stamina, and agility. The trek involves crossing glaciers and traversing challenging sections, which may involve the use of ropes and technical skills.

The altitude is also a factor to consider. The Borasu Pass stands at an elevation of approximately 5,450 meters (17,880 feet), which poses the risk of altitude sickness. Proper acclimatization and gradual ascent are crucial to ensure your safety and well-being.

Moreover, the trek is often conducted in remote and isolated areas, with limited facilities and infrastructure. It is essential to be well-prepared with appropriate gear, supplies, and a knowledgeable guide or team.

Overall, the Borasu Pass Trek is considered a difficult and strenuous trek, suitable for experienced trekkers who are physically fit, have prior high-altitude trekking experience, and are well-prepared for the challenges it presents.

Borasu Pass Trek safe for me?

Borasu  Pass Trek is a safe trek if you are going with a good trekking team which you must know before booking yourself, It is important for you to know whether the bow trekking organization with which we are going is right or not,

And if possible, trek with a local trekking organization, you can do the same help all the time. then your trek can be very good and memorable

The minimum age required to trek Rupin Pass is 20 years and the maximum 55 years. The rest depends on your fitness.

 The altitude we are going to cover in Borasu Pass Trek

Sankri – 1920 Meters

Cheludgad camp –  2600 Meters

Har Ki Dun Camp – 3645 Meters

Rata Dho camp – 4105 meters

Upper Lamjunga Camp – 4899 Meters

Borasu Pass Summit – 5,450 Meters or  17,880 feet

Rani kanda – 3420 Meters

Har Ki Dun Camp

Key Points of Borasu Pass Trek

Duration: –   7 Nights 8 Days from Dehradun to Chitkul Village

Base camp: – Sankri

Summer Temperature:-  Day  5°C  to 12°C)   Night – 2° C to 5° C

Borasu pass Altitude: – 5450 Meters

Best Time: – May, June, September, October

Trek Level: – Difficult

Trek distance: – On foot 67 Km – By taxi 221 km

Trekkers Hiking in Borasu Pass

Short Itinerary of Borasu Pass Trek

Day 1- Pick up you from Dehradun railway station – Drive to Sankri Market – 210 Km (8/9 Hours (1920 Meters) overnight stay at the Grand Shiva Hotel at Sankri

Day 2 – Trek from Sankri to Taluka by taxi – 11 km same day trek to Cheludgad camp (12 km) (4/5 Hours) (2600 Meters ) overnight stay at Camp

Day 3 – Trek from Cheludgad camp  to Bhasla camp Har Ki Dun (13 km) (6/7 Hours)  (3645 Meters )overnight stay at Camp

Day 4 – Trek from Har Ki Dun to Ratta Dho camp via Manida Lake  (08 km) (4/5 Hours) (4105 Meters) overnight stay at Camp

Day 5-  Trek from Ratta Dho to Upper Lamjunga camp (09 km) (5/6 Hours) (4899 Meters) overnight stay at Camp

Day 6- Rest Day for Acclimatization for the next day’s hike

Day 7- Trek from Upper Lamjunga to Borasu Pass summit (5450 Meters) down to Bonga camp  (13 km) (7/8 Hours) (4470 Meters ) overnight stay at Camp

Day 8-  Bonga camp to via rani kanda to Chitkul market (12 Km) (5/6 Hours)  (3450 Meters)

Borasu Pass Trek Route Map

Your Travel Plan for the Borasu pass trek in Uttarakhand

You can book trains, air flights, and bus tickets for your journey only according to the information given by us.

The Borasu pass trek will be of 7 days and 01 day of your journey total of 08 Days from Dehradun to Chitkul market Himachal

First of all, all the trekkers will have to book their flight and train bus according to our timetable as our pick-up is from 6 am to 7 am, and you will have to reach Dehradun in the morning.

A taxi from Himalayan hikers will link you to the Dehradun railway station.

Himalayan Hikers organize transport to Sankri base camp from Dehradun railway station. Our vehicles leave at 6:00 am to 7:00 am sharp from Dehradun. The taxi costs include your package for a Tempo Traveler. Sharing

At Dehradun railway station you will get our staff that will arrange transport for you. The contacts no Transport coordinator or our office team will give you a week ago to your departure

Please you guys book your transport facility according to your own timetable, after Himalayan hackers take all the responsibility of Chitkul from Dehradun, you will not face any problems.

How to reach Dehradun for  Borasu Pass Trek?

To reach Dehradun for the Borasu Pass Trek, you can follow these general guidelines:

By Air: The nearest airport to Dehradun is the Jolly Grant Airport, located approximately 25 kilometers from the city center. You can take a flight to Jolly Grant Airport from major cities in India like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. From the airport, you can hire a taxi or take a pre-arranged transfer to reach Dehradun.

By Train: Dehradun is well-connected by train to various cities in India. There are regular trains from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and other major cities to Dehradun Railway Station. Once you arrive at Dehradun Railway Station, you can hire a taxi or take a local bus to reach your accommodation or the trek starting point.

By Road: Dehradun has good road connectivity with nearby cities and states. You can opt to travel by road via private car, taxi, or bus. Regular bus services operate from major cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, and Shimla to Dehradun. The journey duration will depend on your starting location.

Once you reach Dehradun, you can make further travel arrangements to the specific starting point of the Borasu Pass Trek. It is recommended to consult with authorized trekking agencies or local tour operators for detailed guidance on the trekking route, transportation options, and any permits or permissions required for the Borasu Pass Trek. They can provide you with the most up-to-date information and assist you in making suitable arrangements for your trek.

What to Pack for Borasu pass trek clothes?

Borasu Pass Trek, it’s important to be well-prepared with appropriate clothing to ensure comfort, safety, and protection from the elements. Here are some essential clothing items to consider:

  1. Base Layers: Pack moisture-wicking and quick-drying base layers, including thermal tops and bottoms, to provide insulation and regulate body temperature.
  2. Insulating Layers: Carry warm and insulating layers such as fleece jackets, down jackets, or synthetic insulated jackets to keep you warm during cold temperatures.
  3. Outer Shell: Bring a waterproof and windproof jacket to protect you from rain, snow, and strong winds. Look for a jacket with good breathability to prevent overheating.
  4. Trekking Pants: Pack comfortable and durable trekking pants that are breathable and allow freedom of movement. Convertible pants (with zip-off legs) can be convenient to adapt to changing weather conditions.
  5. Trekking Shirts/Tops: Carry moisture-wicking and quick-drying shirts or t-shirts for the trek. Long-sleeved shirts offer protection from the sun and insects.
  6. Warm Layers: Include warm sweaters or fleece layers for extra warmth during chilly evenings or high-altitude sections.
  7. Headwear: Pack a warm beanie or hat to protect your head from cold temperatures. Also, bring a sun hat or cap to shield yourself from the sun.
  8. Gloves and Mittens: Carry insulated gloves or mittens to keep your hands warm during cold weather. Consider having a waterproof outer layer to protect against snow or rain.
  9. Socks: Bring moisture-wicking and cushioned hiking socks to prevent blisters and provide comfort during long treks. Pack extra pairs of socks for changing into dry ones.
  10. Footwear: Invest in sturdy and comfortable trekking shoes that provide ankle support and have good traction. Ensure they are broken in before the trek to avoid discomfort or blisters.
  11. Gaiters: Gaiters are recommended to protect your legs and boots from snow, mud, or debris.
  12. Rain Gear: Pack a lightweight, packable rain jacket and rain pants to stay dry during rainfall.
  13. UV Protection: Carry sunglasses with UV protection to shield your eyes from harsh sunlight. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen with a high SPF rating for skin protection.
  14. Trekking Accessories: Consider packing a lightweight and quick-drying towel, a headlamp or flashlight, trekking poles for stability, and a small backpack rain cover.

Remember to pack according to the season and weather conditions during your trek. Layering your clothing allows you to adjust to changing temperatures and conditions. Additionally, pack your belongings in a waterproof backpack or dry bags to protect them from rain or snow.

How to get fit for Borasu Pass Trek in Uttarakhand?

Preparing yourself physically for the Borasu Pass Trek is essential to ensure an enjoyable and safe experience. Here are some tips to help you get fit for the trek:

  1. Cardiovascular Fitness: Focus on improving your cardiovascular endurance as trekking involves long hours of walking and uphill climbs. Engage in activities like jogging, cycling, swimming, or brisk walking regularly to increase your stamina and cardiovascular fitness.
  2. Strength Training: Strengthen your leg muscles, core, and upper body to handle the demands of the trek. Incorporate exercises like squats, lunges, step-ups, planks, push-ups, and shoulder presses into your workout routine.
  3. Hiking and Trekking Practice: If possible, include regular hikes or treks in your training regimen to simulate the conditions and challenges you’ll encounter during the Borasu Pass Trek. Gradually increase the duration and difficulty of your hikes to build endurance.
  4. Stair Climbing: Climbing stairs is an excellent exercise to simulate uphill sections of the trek. Incorporate stair climbing into your workout routine to build strength and endurance in your legs.
  5. Flexibility and Stretching: Maintain flexibility in your muscles by incorporating regular stretching exercises into your fitness routine. Focus on stretching your calves, hamstrings, quadriceps, hip flexors, and shoulders.
  6. Core Strength: Strengthen your core muscles to improve balance and stability during the trek. Include exercises such as planks, Russian twists, and bicycle crunches to target your core.
  7. Weight Training: Incorporate strength training exercises with weights to build overall strength and muscular endurance. Include exercises targeting the major muscle groups in your body.
  8. Gradual Progression: Start your training program well in advance of the trek and gradually increase the intensity and duration of your workouts. This will help prevent injuries and allow your body to adapt to the physical demands of trekking.
  9. Stay Hydrated: Maintain good hydration by drinking an adequate amount of water throughout the day, both during your training and the trek itself. Proper hydration is crucial for optimal physical performance.
  10. Consult a Professional: If you have any pre-existing health conditions or concerns, it’s advisable to consult a healthcare professional or a certified fitness trainer before starting any fitness regimen.

Remember, it’s important to listen to your body and not push yourself beyond your limits. Give yourself enough time to rest and recover between training sessions. Additionally, maintain a balanced and nutritious diet to fuel your body for training and the trek.



Day 1: Pickup from Dehradun Railway Station and Drive to Sankri (base camp) by taxi

Total distance 210 – – 8/9 Hours journey

Mode of journey – By taxi

Altitude Sankri base camp – 1920 meters

Night stay – Our Swargarohini Hotel – on a twin share basis

Himalayan Hikers organizes transport for trekkers from Dehradun Railway Station in the morning which will leave for Sankri around 6:00 am to 7:00 am.

Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand and one of the most beautiful places in India. The main attraction of this place is Rajpur road go through it and get a glimpse of Dehradun’s beauty.

Reach Mussoorie after an hour which is also known as “Queen of Hills”. People visit it heavily during vacations with their family and friends.

After half an hour, stop at kempty fall. Have breakfast there and witness people from different parts of the world. The break will be of a maximum of 1 hour.

Ahead the peaks are visible and further you will come close to holy Yamuna River. If you want, then take a short break of 20 minutes and enjoy being around it.

Further, you will cross the small markets of Nainbagh, Damta, and Naugaon. Reach Purola around 1:30 pm and take a break there for lunch.

After having lunch proceed to Sankri via Jarmola. From there the back of Kedarkantha is visible. Go through the picturesque zig-zag road amid the pine forest of Jarmola.

Reach Mori and after 1 hour you will come across a check post. They will ask for Aadhar cards and some other details. Ahead lies Sankri, enjoy the drive and the wait is soon going to be over. Reach trekkers paradise and the main market of Sankri.

Go to hotel Swargarohini, freshen up and enjoy evening snacks in the open terrace with great views. You will be provided with some details after which you can go for an evening walk but be at the hotel for dinner.

Enjoy delicious dinner and spend a comfortable night in the mountains.


Day 2 : Trek from Sankri to Taluka by taxi – 11 km same day trek to Cheludgad camp!

Total distance 23 km – 4/5 Hours journey

Mode of the journey – On foot – 12 km – By taxi 11 km

Altitude Cheludgad camp – 2600 Meters

Night Stay – Our Campsite – on a twin share basis

After breakfast, ready to all trekkers we will drive towards Taluka on the way beautiful forest many species of tree, Taluka is a small village with concrete houses and you can easily find few shops and hotels there.

Trek starts from Taluka and the sight of magnificent snow-clad mountains accompany you all along the way.
Go ahead, cross a bridge over a stream and follow the trail.

Pass through dense forest and a Supin river on the way is visible flowing through the woods below. Continue trekking and a village named Dhatmir comes into right sight.
Ahead lies a lavish green meadow, which further leads to the forest section.

The trail changes to the mixture of steep and leveled path and afterward to muddy.
After some hours of trekking, Supin River can be seen flowing through the woods.

Now, again cross the forest section and reach the green fields and a shop on the way.
From here, cross a bridge and a little higher you are welcomed by the surpassing views of towering peaks.

To reach Cheludgad campsite today, set up your camps here and retire for the night. Enjoying the first camping night here.


Day 3 : Trek from Cheludgad camp to Har Ki Dun Camp

Trek Distance – 13 Km – 6/7 Hours journey /p>

Mode of the journey – On foot – 13 km

Altitude – Har Ki Dun camp – 3645 Meters

Night Stay – Our Campsite – on a twin share basis

Waiting for you this beautiful Morning you feel that peace is all around. You will be getting ready for the Har Ki Dun.

1.5 Km distance from our campsite, you will cross the Supin River. From here you can see the Osla Village, which is the last village in this area.

There is a hard climb of about 800 meters. This route is used to reach the main route. After that, you will go through the beautiful straight path.

After resting 10-15 minutes in Kalkati Dhaar, flat grasslands will be visible throughout the route. You will not even know that When you reached Har Ki dun.

After going on the Har Ki Dun Trek you feel like staying at this place.

Har Ki dun is known globally. People come from abroad to visit Har Ki dun Trek. People become happy by looking at the litigants.

This place is highly rich in flora and fauna, so enjoy spotting a different variety of trees and animals in this region.

Ahead cross bridges, come upwards and a waterfall comes into sight. Come across many streams on the way which you will be crossing with the help of boulders.

Then the trail becomes steep and further gets leveled. A Supin river on the left will remain in sight until you reach Har Ki Dun campsite enjoy the moon night here


Day 4 : Trek from Har Ki dun camp to Ratta Dho Camp

Trek Distance – 08 km – 4/5 Hours journey

Mode of journey – on foot – 08 km

Altitude – Ruinsara lake camp – 4105 Meters

Night Stay – Campsite – on twin share basis

Today after breakfast start trek Ratta Dho is also known as Lal Patthar. Today’s trek is not difficult but is 8 km long which you can be covered in 4 to 5 hours’. Follow the trail on which the Har Ki Dun Rivers flows on right.

You have to climb the valley through the muddy trail, cross this section and witness a vast meadow present in front on the other side of Supin River. This place remains all green in summers and becomes white due to snow in winters.

Ahead, the trail gets narrower and Manida Lake will come into sight after few minutes. Further, reach a picturesque green meadow blooming with colorful wildflowers. After a gradual climb, reach your campsite Rattha Dho (Lal Patthar).

The campsite lies before Borasu Glacier, a field with yellowish grass and colorful flowers. It is very windy because of its height and being ahead of the glacier Set up your camps here and retire early for the night.


Day 5 : Trek from Ratta Dho camp to Upper Lamjunga camp

Trek Distance – 09 km – 5/6 Hours journey

Mode of journey – On foot – 09 km

Altitude – Upper Lamjunga camp – 4899 Meters

Night Stay – on twin share basis

Leave the campsite and head towards the Upper Lamjunga camp. The trail is steep and throughout the trail views of Borasu Pass and peaks will accompany you.

The path is beautiful, continue your trek on it and walk along the river’s right. Follow the trail through grassy meadows and come across a stream, cross it and continue your trek on the flat meadow.

Further, the trail becomes rocky and you have to balance and walk carefully on it;

you will be walking there for 5-15 minutes till you reach another grassy meadow.

The trail is rocky and grassy along several small streams all formed by the melting waters of Borasu Glacier. Cross a ridge to reach there.

Start climbing the ridge and traverse it in 45 minutes or 1 hour and reach the flat land full of small rocks. After flat land, the climb gets steeper. Once you reach the meadow used for camping by shepherds, from there enjoy the magnificent views of Borasu Pass and Borasu Peak both.

Now, start your ascent to Upper Lamjunga and the climb is steep over a ridge. Lamjunga campsite is not far away now and within an hour you can reach there. This place is all surrounded by snow-covered mountains and it remains covered in snow even at the end of June.

You can see Borasu Glacier and Borasu Pass from here. Clear up the snow to set up your tents. Overnight stay and dinner in camps.


Day 6 : Rest Day for acclimatization upper Lamjunga camp :-

Waiting for this beautiful Morning. Today you can get up late in the morning at 7:30 – 8:00 A.M, you need rest. Because tomorrow is going to be your big day, so you need Yoga and Meditation. As usual, you will get tea or hot breakfast. After having breakfast you have to plan tomorrow’s trek with Himalayan Hikers guide and team.

You can also do explore near the campsite so that you get ready for the next day Trek


Day 7 : Trek from Upper Lamjunga camp to Borasu pass summit (5450 Meters) descends to down path bonga camp

Trek Distance 13 km – 7/8 Hours journey

Mode of journey – On foot – 13 km

Altitude – Borasu pass – 5450 Meters

Night Stay – on twin share basis

Today descends to is a long day trek and you need to start early morning. Have your breakfast and start soon. Reaching Borasu Pass from Upper Lamjunga is about 13 km Head towards the borasu Pass, both of the Pass and Glacier are visible. There are big rocks on the way, and you have to pass through this section.

Use your ice axe to cut the thick snow and move further. Now, cross steep ridges and reach the left ridge and start ascending, it may take some hours as the climb is tough. Go further and the rocks there indicate towards the pass, after three hours you can reach Borasu Pass summit.

Reach there and encounter snow all over the White Mountain peaks, fields and glacier. Snow-covered mountains captivate everyone!

Now, Plan your descent and it is going to be difficult and steep, you will be needing ice axe, Rope, and with your guide, porters help to slide down the steep snow and ahead it becomes level. After some time of descending witness, frozen waterfalls and the ascent starts now, crosst it and get a glance at Bonga campsite.

Continue walking and after crossing a stream come across a green meadow, this is the campsite for today and from here beautiful Bonga peak is visible.

This campsite is extremely beautiful with green meadows around, crystal clear streams and view of snowy mountains, they all together make a picturesque sight.

Rest here, have your dinner and enjoy relaxing in tents.


Day 8: Trek from bonga camp to Chitkul Village this is the last village

Distance – 11 km – 6 /7 Hours journey

Mode of journey – on foot

Altitude – Chitkul Village – 3450 Meters

Today last breakfast with team Himalayan Hikers – Bonga camp Today is the last day of Borasu Pass trek, the initial trail is full of loose rocks and beautiful view.

Take the trail which follows the stream, cross it and walk on the rocky terrain and further across several streams on the way.

Therefore, the trail becomes leveled and there are rocks kept together by shepherds as their settlement. Here, a clear stream flows in between of a meadow. Continue walking and witness abundant wildflowers and vegetables which are used by shepherds.

Trek through the dense forest, at the end of the forest trail,

Rani Kanda with the Beas River can be seen. Continue your descents and reach Rani Kanda.

Rest here for some-time and leave for Chitkul village, the trail is flat and well defined, you have to cross bridges to go further, continue your trek, cross a stream and reach Chitkul village.
Finally, there are wooden houses and grassy fields very friendly people, talk to the villagers and know about their lifestyle.

Things to carry on trek

Mandatory Documents

Please carry the documents given below

Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Aadhar Card, Driving License, Voters ID, etc,
Passport and Visa important to foreigners
Medical Certificate (First part should be filled by the Doctor and Second part by the Trekker)
Declaration Certificates

Note: –  Many trekkers commit the same mistake of carrying unnecessary items on a trek which only makes the backpack heavy. It is important to know the right items to carry.
It differs from season to season if you are trekking in summers then carry less layers of warm clothing and if you are trekking in winters carry enough layers to protect yourself against chilly cold.

Necessary Items for trekkers

carry on a trek

Backpack (50 to 60 liters)
A strongly built backpack with good support is compulsory for a trek. (Rain cover is important)

Sturdy Trekking Shoes
The shoes should be strong enough with good support. The people ask if sports shoes would be comfortable but it is good to bring the right trekking shoes.

The Clothes You Should Bring On a Trek
Avoid keeping extra clothes because it only makes you backpack heavy.

Trek Pants – The jeans are never suitable for a trek so you need at least 2-3 trek pants for treks carry more for longer treks.

Jacket – Jackets are very important to carry on a trek it protects you against the chilly weather. So carry 2 jackets on a week long trek.

Layers of warm Clothing 
Carry warm woolen layers or fleece. Carry more layers during winter season (at least 2 to 3) and less during summer.

Thermals – The Temperature decreases at night so you might be need thermals for Night.

T- Shirts – Bring those t shirts which dry fast.

Poncho –They are needed if you are trekking on a Rainy day to keep you dry.

Hiking Pole

Water Bottle 2

Cap or Balaclava



Woolen and Waterproof Gloves

Socks (Woolen and Regular)


Torch head light

Personal Toiletry Items –  (toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, sanitizer etc.)

Carry Personal Medical Kit

Personal Medical Kit (Carry minimum 5 tablets and maximum 10)

Medical Kit

Diamox – (Prevents altitude sickness)

Digene – (It cures discomfort in stomach, acidity)

Crocin Advance – (Cures fever and headache)

Aspirin/Combiflam – (Pain reliever)

Disprin – (Cures headache)

Avomine – (Prevents motion sickness)

Avil – (It treat allergies)

Norflox TZ & Lomofen – (Prevents Diarrhoea)

Ranitidine – (Reduces the amount of acid in stomach)

Volini/Moov spray – (For sprains)

Betadine/Savlon – (Antiseptic cream)


Band aid


Stretchable/Elastic bandage


Note:- Use medicines only when prescribed by the doctor. In case you face any problem during your trek, discuss and take advice from the Professional guide.

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  1. Borasu pass trek we do in small group, Small group is always safe and good, our own experience is that special care can always be taken for trekkers in small group
  2. We need to have minimum 5 people for Borasu  Pass trek
  3. Groups of up to 15 people are safe in Borasu Pass Trek
  4. We always tell Trekkers that you can feel yourself very comfortable with your own group
  5. One thing should always be kept in mind that in high altitude treks, only a small group should always be taken so that you can experience peace and joy.
  6. In small groups, always the group can be supervised very well

Personal Insurance

Medical Certificate

Personal toiletry Items and Personal Medicine kit

On first day En Route to base camp the Breakfast and Lunch are Not Included

Last Day En Route Lunch and Dinner are Not Included

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