The North Eastern Valleys of Uttarakhand are laden with copies’ amount of passes. The valleys are created by the mountain ranges of Dhauladhar to the North West; Swargarohini 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 screed zone. After crossing the pass at 17,880 pass, which offers with magnificent panoramic views, of the surrounding 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.
The Borasu Pass trek is one of a kind. This challenging trek takes one through various landscapes and requires the use of equipments like crampon and ice axe as well as drift down vertical ice walls, experience difficult campsites and splash through fuming rivers. The massive Zupica glacier and the calm blue waters of the Marinda Tal, are both scenes to cherish and remember. The pass offers spectacular views of the Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, Swargarohini and Har ki Dun peak. Though not as famous as Pin Parvati Pass as a destination, Borasu pass offers a challenge, enough to satisfy any hardcore trekker.
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 : Acclimization 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
• Transport from Dehradun to Shimla
• All necessary permits
• Accommodation (trekkers hut, Home stay, camps, Tents)
• Food while on trek (Veg.+ Egg+ Chicken Meal)
• Trek Leader, Guide and Support staff.
• First Aid.
• Entry fees
• Food during the transit.
• Any kind of personal expenses.
• Personal equipments : sleeping bag, sleeping mat, axe, trekking pole, crampon,
• Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
• Anything not specifically mentioned.
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)
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
Life is unpredictable and we understand that sometimes you have to cancel or change your trip dates and it is our endeavor to make it as easy as possible for you. However, please understand that we plan everything including guide fees, permits, accommodation and ration in advance. Therefore, any cancellation means inconvenience and certain losses to the people involved in various stages of the programme. Keeping that in mind, our cancellation charges are as below –
Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the event: Full refund as cash
Cancellations between 30 days and 15 days to the start of the event: 50 % refund as cash.
Cancellations less than 15 days to the start of the event: No refund.
If for some reason you wish to cancel the trek, email intimation (firstname.lastname@example.org) needs to
be sent to along with telephonic information.
Note: WeTrekkers reserves the right to cancel a programme before departure in the event of logistical problems arising due to natural calamities, strikes, wars or any other circumstances that make the event inadvisable. In this case, we will refund 50% of the event fees.
Itinerary Changes & Trip delays: We plan itineraries based on the information available at the time of planning and in rare circumstances, they are subject to change. In the event that the itinerary is changed or delayed due to unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, transportation delays, government intervention, landslides etc., we will always aim to give you the best experience possible. However, WeTrekkers cannot be held responsible for the cost of delay or changes.
Please note: In case of refund, there will be a deduction of 5% (bank charges) from the total fee you have paid. Also, if you have opted for a trek insurance, the amount will not be refunded.
Refunds will be processed within 7 - 10 working days from the date of cancellation.
Top 4 Reason Why Travel with Us
Safety is the top priority
For any WeTrekkers Adventures, safety is the top priority. Before each trek & expedition starts, we thoroughly prepare the necessary equipment and create alternate plans in case of emergency. We work closely with our clients and offer them reliable, experienced, well-trained professionals. The safety of our guest is our highest concern.
All trekking tours implement a backup strategy of keeping duplicate tour details, schedules, guest lists, and route plans with a reliable and experienced person at the nearest base town/village. If a tour is unexpectedly delayed or weather conditions turn unfavorable the trusted individual will begin to enact support procedures.
Comprehensive medical kits are vital inclusions on all expeditions we conduct. In the case of unexpected events or emergencies we have compact kits that are quickly and easily accessible when needed.
We actively use, educate, and promote technologies & practices that will improve safety while trekking with us. We take pride in the high caliber of skills we have attained through many years of experience. Himalayan High Adventures ensures that all guests that trek with us will feel confident and comfortable under our guidance.
Equipment is the foundation
Every piece of equipment used on our trips is company owned. We can assure you of its reliability and suitability. We utilize a strong collection of quality equipment from internationally well known brands and each piece is closely inspected before and after each expedition. Through our uncompromising dedication to quality and extreme emphasis on inspection and maintenance, we can ensure that every piece of equipment is in top performing condition at all times.
Our attention to equipment excellence for safety also transfers to considerations of comfort for our guests. With WeTrekkers all trips utilize a mess tent and kitchen setup. This affords our guests a comfortable dining experience on wilderness trips even in adverse weather. Kitchen/Dining Facilities include water dispensers, tables, canteens, required cookware, and water filters, etc. One the trail sleep is important. WeTrekkers offers sleeping bags and rubber sleeping mats as needed. Waterproof 2-3 Man dome tents are also available.
Extra equipment such as Waikie-Taikies, binoculars, and touch GPS sets and search lights are also available.
We don’t comprise on meals
Good nutritious meals are the keys to a successful tour. Our guests enjoy excellent meals that are prepared by an experienced cook in clean and hygienic manner. Prior to departure we discuss food preferences and allergies with our guests and also consider expedition intensity before preparing menus.
What we do
The environment is not forgotten
WeTrekkers practices eco-friendly tourism. We place an emphasis on helping our guests create lifelong memories without leaving a negative impact on the wonderful natural environments that they visit. Preserving the beautiful natural locations we travel to is a culture instilled in all of our staff and the local people of the places we visit. We of course lead by example, and have established a guideline which will be followed strictly. We hope to help our guests to understand this way of tourism.