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Borasu Pass
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Borasu Pass

Borasu Pass

Himachal Pradesh

Adventure | Hill | Mountain | Scenic

  • Hiking
  • Trekking
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Borasu Pass

Himachal Pradesh

Adventure | Hill | Mountain | Scenic

  • Hiking
  • Trekking

The North Eastern Valleys of Uttarakhand are laden with copius amount of passes. The valleys are created by the mountian ranges of Dhauladhar to the North West; Swarga rohini peaks to the east, Kala nag and Bander punch peaks to the south and west. Of all the passes, Borasu pass is the one which is most difficult to conquer. The 17,880 feet high pass is the borders between Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, and lies close by to the Tibet border. It connects the tons valley in the east to the Baspa Valley in the North West and was an ancient trade route between the Har Ki Dun and the Kinnaur valley.

The Borasu pass is open only for a limited amount of time each year. A few months before the monsoons and a few months post it, before the onset of the winters. The trail offers a muffled but imperial beauty. The region is a symphony between lush green meadows and sparkling white snow fields. The trail takes one through the opulent greenery of the Har Ki Dun valley and exposes the trekkers to a rich local culture from the nearby villages of Sankri, Saud, Taluka, Osla etc. From Har ki Dun, the trail begins to toughen up. After crossing the river Mata Ki Gad, from Har Ki Dun, the trail continues through a steep climb northwards along the river to the marinda Tal. The route becomes quite challenging after that, consisting of a glacial moraine laden with lots of boulder and scree zone. After crossing the pass at 17,880 pass, which offers with magnificent panaromic views, of the surrunding valleys and the peaks of the Har Ki Dun and Kinnaur valley. After descending the camp is set on the massive Zupica glacier. After that it is a downward slope along a rocky trail and down to the Baspa Valley and finally to the Daoria camp grounds. From here on, the trek to Chitkul, the last Indian village before Tibet is quite eased out.

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Group Outing with its mentors and ground staffs provides a Hiker ultimate pleasure by taking one close to nature like never before. Seasoned mentors will help one to explore the raw and untouched beauty of nature with ultimate knowledge of topography and habitat. Meanwhile our ground staffs will take care of one’s safety and comfort during treks. In GO trekking expeditions one will get involved different ways of adventure sports.  The participants will involve in Bird watching, Map reading, Star grazing, Shelter making, Rock Climbing, Knot study, Night out, Photography and other different Team building activities. We assure our esteemed guests that they will return with full bag memories which will thrive the adventurism in one’s mind such that the person can’t ignore the call of the nature in future.

Day 1

Dehradun to Taluka

Day 2

Taluka to Osla

Day 3

Osla to Har Ki Dun

Day 4

Har Ki Dun to Morinda Tal

Day 5

Acclimatization day

Day 6

Morinda Tal to Cross the Borasu Pass and Glacier Camp

Day 7

Glacier Camp to Daoria Camp Ground

Day 8

Daoria to Chitkul

Day 9

Chitkul to Shimla

Tariff Includes
  • Transport from Dehradun to Shimla
  • All necessary permits
  • Accommodation (trekkers hut, Home stay, camps, Tents)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Food while on trek (Veg./Egg/Chicken Meal)
  • Trek Leader, Guide and Support staff.
  • First Aid.
Tariff Excludes
  • Insurance.
  • Entry fees
  • Food during the transit.
  • Any kind of personal expenses.
  • Personal equipments: axe, trekking pole, crampon.
  • Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in the itinerary.
Essentials To Carry
1.  Backpack (45-55 L) with sturdy straps and supporting frame. 2.  Knap pack (20L) optional 3.  Trekking shoes – no sports shoes. (With Rubber Sole, high ankle) 4.  3  trek pants 5.  4  tees with collar 6.  Full sleeves sweater (not too thick). 7.  A full sleeves fleece jacket. 8.  A full sleeve thick jacket or something similar. 9.  1 pair of thermal inners (optional) 10.  Sports socks. 11.  Woolen monkey cap 12.  Wind cheater Or a light rain coat/poncho. 13.  Woolen hand gloves + synthetic glove (water proof). 14.  Sun glasses (polarized or UV protected) 15.  Cap 16.  Cold cream & sun screen lotion (SPF 40+). 17.  Lip balm. 18.  Carry 2 Water bottles (1 L each). 19.  Personal toilet kit and toilet papers 20.  Personal medicine kit a. Coca 30 – 30 ml b. Crocin – 6 tablets c. Avomine – 4 tablets d. Avil 25mg – 4 tablets e. Combiflam – 4 tablets f. Disprin – 6 tablets g. Norflox TZ– 6 tablets h. Crepe bandage – 3 to 5 meters i.Band aid – 10 strips j. Eno – 6 Satches k. Cotton – 1 small roll l. ORS – 5 packets m. Betadine or any antiseptic cream n. Volini Spray(small) 21. Small repair kit consisting of safety pins, needle, thread and string 22.  LED Torch with 2 extra set of cells. 23.  Camera, memory-cards, batteries etc (carry enough spare batteries. Electricity is not available on the slopes or at the base camp) 24.  While packing, use plastic bags to compartmentalize things and carry few extra plastic bags. 25.  Trekking pole/Stick is mandatory. 26.  Carry lots of dry fruits, chocolates combinations as snacks. Chewing gums 27.  Travel coffee mug n plate 28.  Soap Strip 29.  One Candle , lighter 30.  Whistle.


Points to remember
  • GroupOuting™ reserves the right to rearrange the itinerary depending on weather conditions or other factors outside our control. Amendments may be made to suit the accommodation availability without changing the total number of days in each destination. Even if there are any changes to the day to day activities planned, we would not compromise on any services.
  • The vehicle used may be AC or NAC based on availability and climate, and will be used for point to point transfer services only and is not at disposal. Clients are requested to follow the itinerary as general guidelines.
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  • You will receive a payment receive on payment of booking fee. The remainder 50% fee has to be paid 15 days before the departure date.
  • The undisputed refund amount, if applicable, will be refunded within 10 days of notifying GroupOuting™.
Cancellation Policy
  • The booking amount of 50% of the actual tariff can not be refunded once it is paid.
  • If cancellations are made within 7-15 days before the start date of the trip, 75% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-7 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

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