Buran Ghati (Barua Pass) Trek
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The Shimla district in Himachal is not known for treks but, if one speaks to locals and checks out the geology of the place then, it is a very convenient place for small and medium treks. One such trek is the Buran Ghati pass - A medium difficulty trek which can be undertaken between May-June and Sept-Oct. It is a direct route from Pabbar valley (Shimla district) into Sangla valley (Kinnaur District) of Himachal Pradesh and involves crossing of a 4578m high Buran Ghati or Barua Pass. Janglik, near Rohru in Shimla district, is the convenient road head and can be approached from Shimla via Theog and Jubbal. An ancient temple of Hatkoti between Jubbal and Rohru is an added attraction and has a tourist rest house. The trek ends in Kharcham which is a located at the junction of the Baspa and Satluj rivers, and is connected by road to Shimla. One can rest another day to visit the beautiful Kinnauri villages like Chitkul and Kalpa
Tour Price Rs 17,950/- per head
Accommodation in multiple sharing at Camps during the trek
All Veg Meals (Dinner on day 01 to Lunch on Day6)
Qualified & Experienced Guide
Porters / Ponies for common equipment , sleeping bags, tents etc
Forest Entrée fee
Service tax as applicable
Day 01– Drive Shimla to Janglik Bridge (2800 mt) Drive 230km
Drive from Shimla to Rohru via Theog and Jubbal. The drive is very scenic after Theog till you reach Janglik Bridge. Half an hours walk further and you reach Janglikh Village Campsite. It has about 30 houses and small temple.
Day 02 – Janglikh to Dayara (3200 mt.) Trek 06 hrs.
A level walk initially through the fields and then through dense pine forests. Ascend gradually to Golku thach and then strenuously to Sambir Thach. Onwards the trail descends and ascends several times, fords a few streams, passes through several grazing grounds before arriving at Dayara.
Day 03 – Dayara to Litham Thach via Chndranarayan lake Trek 07 hrs.
Continue north-east along the Pabbar River which originates from the slopes of the Buran Ghati. Pass through Khubrini Thach and leaving the tree line behind and bifurcate to Chandranarayan Lake which is at a height of 4100 mt. This will also help us acclimatize to the high altitude. Climb down to Litham Thach located at the foot of the pass for Night stay.
Day 04 – Litham to Dhunda Thach
Today we climb from Litham Thach steeply through boulders to enter Dunda Thach for the Night stay.
Day 05 – Dunda Thach to Buran Ghati to Maldi Thach (3500 mt.) Trek 08 hrs.
At first the path rises gently, then steeply to reach the junction of two trails. We take the one going north towards Buran Ghati. A panoramic view of the Kinner-Kailash peaks can be seen from the top of the pass. The trail then descends very steeply over a glacier, passes along Susrang lake, follows the Barua khad to arrive at Maldi Thach.
Day 06 – Maldi Thach to Barua Gad and drive to Shimla Trek 06 hrs.
Continue descending, entering the wooded area then descend to Barua village. The trek package ends at Barua Village. Hop into the vehicles and reach Shimla by late night for stay.
Transport by Non A/C Vehicle (Ex. Shimla. However arrangemets can be made on request for the team members
Accomodation at Shimla. However arrangemets can be made on request for the team members
Any kind of personal expenses
Any thing which is not mention above
Above costing according to the group size of 25 (Twenty Five) participants
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