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31°14'13.3"N 78°27'37.0"E

Borasu Pass Trek

An Adventurous sojourn from Sankri to Chitkul
  • Uttarakhand
  • 8 Days
  • 63 KM
  • 17,224 FT
  • Moderate to Difficult
  • ₹ 29450
    $ 400*
    The price is for a group of 16 people. The charges will be different for a tailormade private trek. The charges in dollars are more as the permit fees are different for non-Indians.

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  • Best Time

    May-June, Sept-Oct

  • Base Camp

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    Sankri, Uttarakhand

  • Pickup Point

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    Railway Station - Dehradun

  • Minimum Age

    For this adventure, we only allow people above this age to ensure the safety of everyone joining this adventure.



  • Borasu Pass trek is a high altitude mountain pass that bifurcates Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.
  • The border between India and Tibet lies in the proximity of this place.
  • It is the pass that connects Tons valley in Uttarakhand to Baspa river valley.


Every year plenty of trekkers from around the world come for treks in Uttarakhand. It is one of the most versatile treks in the whole Himalayas. The bypass which you will follow to achieve this is called "Borasu Pass". Borasu Pass is a high mountain pass in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand, located on the border of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh near the border with Tibet. In the olden days, it served as a trade route between Har Ki Doon and Kinnaur valley. It is the pass that connects Tons valley in Uttarakhand to Baspa river valley.

The trekkers walk along this tricky route, riddled with mountains, boulders, and rivers. It is a blend of snowy mountains and green pastures. On the route, we see a blissful sight of the Har Ki Dun valley past which the ascent is steep and tedious. The campsites are not the most comfortable ones and you do learn to love life as it comes in this eight-day trek. In return, we capture the enchanting views of the Marinda Tal and not so faraway peaks Kala Nag, Bandarpoonch, and Swargarohini standing on the Borasu Pass. On the way are fuming rivers you can splash in. The Borasu Pass trek is one level up exercise for the trekking freaks. When we are in the regions near Har Ki Dun valley, the chances of spotting wildlife are very high since we are in the expanse of Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary. There is a famous Someshwar Temple on the route which is highly revered by the locals.

It is one of the rarely visited regions in the Himalayas, far from settlements, where you find nature unscathed by human desires. We sneak quietly through these mesmerizing routes and set our eyes on the bewildering beauty of the Himalayas. We end our trek at Chitkul, which is the last village before India's border with Tibet. The trek begins on an easy note, becomes strenuous in the middle and eases in the last two days. This trek can be done in the reverse as well, starting from Chitkul, however, it is easier to ascend from the Har Ki Dun side since the steep is gradual and allows acclimatization of trekkers.

Borasu Pass trek height or elevation is encircled around 17,224 feet. It demands around 8 days to comfortably complete the trek. Borasu Trek with Trekmunk is priced at 29,450 INR which will take care of almost everything.

Best Time to Visit

A perfect time to explore the Borasu Pass trek is from June to mid-July and then from mid-September to October. During this period, the weather remains pleasant. Summers are perfect, with a maximum temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 10 degrees. It is advisable to avoid at the time of August and the initial days of September because of the heavy breakdown of monsoon during this time. For beginners, the best time to complete the trek is before the winter sets in i.e at the time of mid-September to the ending of October, considered to be the decent time to explore the place.

Brief Itinerary

Detailed Itinerary

On this day, we will travel from Dehradun to Sankri. Reach Mussoorie following an hour which is otherwise called "Sovereign of Hills". Individuals visit it intensely during excursions with their loved ones. You will reach Kempty Falls in some time. Eat there and witness individuals from various pieces of the world. The break will be of a limit of 60 minutes.

In the wake of eating, continue to Sankri by means of Jarmola. From that point the rear of Kedarkantha is noticeable. Experience the pleasant crisscross street in the midst of the pine timberland of Jarmola. Arrive at Mori and following 1 hour you will go over a check post. They will request Aadhar cards and some different subtleties. Arrive at trekkers heaven and the primary market of Sankri. Go to lodging Swargarohini, spruce up, and appreciate evening snacks. Appreciate tasty supper and go through an agreeable night in the mountains.

Meals : Dinner
Accommodation : Homestay/ Guest House
Time Taken : 8 - 10 hours
Altitude : 6,455 ft.
Distance : 198 km

The group leaves early morning from Sankri to Taluka in a taxi. It is an 11-kilometer drive to the point where you start trekking. After reaching Taluka, the group starts trekking towards Seema. The trek on the day is about 9 kilometers long and takes around five hours. The route is not very well carved. You walk through pine forests at the start of the trek and pass by a village later. The villagers are friendly and welcome tourists.

You will have your tents set up here at Cheludgad for your overnight stay. Dinner will be served and fun activities will be organized.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Time Taken : 6 hours
Altitude : 8,530 ft.
Distance : 15 km

The trek on day three is 7 kilometers long on which you come across many streams and bridges. You ascend the slope considerably today and set your eyes on a roaring waterfall. The route to Har Ki Dun is home to bountiful flora and fauna. The valley opens on the other side of the forest. The valley has a splendid view of the snow-capped peaks. It takes about 6-7 hours to cover the day’s trek.
The Har Ki Dun valley is the campsite for the night. We camp at a spot with a scenic view of the Har Ki Dun Valley.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Altitude : 11,800 ft.
Distance : 7 km

Today after breakfast starts we will trek Ratta Dho which is otherwise called Lal Patthar. The trail is around 8 km long which can be completed in 4 to 5 hours. You catch sight of the Ganga flowing as you pass Har Ki Dun from its right. The next part of the trail is muddily followed by meadows. At this point, you get a glorious view of the Swargarohini and Hata Peak with blue skies in the background. We walk through the boulders to reach an impressive view of the valley. The valley leads us to a small lake called Maninda or Marinda Tal. The lake is fed by the stream running from the Borasu Glaciar. Situated amid big rocks, it is surrounded by mountains. After a steady ascent, arrive at your campground Rattha Dho (Lal Patthar).

The destination for the day is a legendary red rock or the ‘lal patthar’. It is extremely blustery in light of its stature and being in front of the ice sheet. Set up your camps here and resign right on time for the evening.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Time Taken : 4 hours
Altitude : 13,450 ft.
Distance : 6 km

The climb for the day is steep. We cover a distance of 6-7 kilometers in about 5-6 hours. The path is strewn with small and big boulders. The trek in the last phase is exhausting. We cross the streams in the lower parts of the Borasu Glaciar. The trek is slow to ensure the acclimatization of the trekkers. Lamjung is the camping site for the night. Snow-clad peaks are visible even in the month of June. The route is dangerous and it is advised to follow the instructions of the trek leader to evade any accidents. The snow may be slippery. Several tools are used by the trekkers to cross this area and it is best to do as the team does. Upper Lamjung is the camp at the base of the Borasu Pass Glacier where the overnight stay will be done.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Time Taken : 6 hours
Altitude : 16,076 ft.
Distance : 7 km

This will be another delightful morning in the mountains. Today you can get up late in the first part of the day at 7:30 – 8:00 A.M, you need rest. You can likewise explore the region close to the campground with the goal that you prepare for the following day trek.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents

Today's will be a long and tiring day of the trek and you have to begin early in the morning. Have your morning meal and start soon. There are large shakes in transit, and you need to go through this segment. Utilize your ice hatchet to cut the thick day off and move further. Presently, cross soak edges and arrive at the left edge and begin climbing. Reach there and experience snow everywhere throughout the white mountain pinnacles, fields, and icy mass. Rest Bonga camp, have your supper and appreciate unwinding in tents.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Homestay
Time Taken : 9 hours
Altitude : 17,224 ft. at pass/ 14,763 ft at camp
Distance : 12 km

Today is the last day of the Borasu Pass trek, the underlying path is loaded with free shakes and delightful views. Keep strolling and witness bottomless wildflowers and vegetables which are utilized by shepherds. Trek through the thick timberland, toward the finish of the backwoods trail, Rani Kanda with the Beas River can be seen. Rest here for quite a while and leave for Chitkul town. At last, there are wooden houses and lush fields inviting individuals, converse with the townspeople, and think about their way of life. 

Meals : Breakfast
Accommodation : Not Included

How To Reach

We can arrange a cab for you from the pickup point in Dehradun, the charges for the same are not included in the package. The cost of the cab can be shared among the trekkers joining the trek. For communications purposes, we will create a Whatsapp Group before the departure date of the trek and will share the details regarding the transportation. 

How to reach Borasu Pass Trek Base camp (Sankri) :

By Air

Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest airport to Dehradun and is easily accessible, it is just 25 km away from the city. Daily flights from New Delhi are available to this airport.

By Train

Dehradun railway station. Overnight trains that hail from Delhi are Nandadevi Express and Dehradun Express. People often prefer railways over airways because with trains you get to see the landscape in its full glory, it is also cheaper and you will definitely enjoy your way till Dehradun.

By Road

Regular bus service is available from Delhi ISBT Kashmere Gate which plies government buses that are safe and you can rely on them more than the private buses.

Why Trek With Us ?

Twin Sharing Tents
Eco Friendly & Paperless
Finest Guides
Just Right Group Sizes
Commitment to Safety


  • Accommodations at Trek: All accommodations on the trek will be on twin sharing basis in Tents or Homestays. Any accommodation in a hotel/guest house/hostel will be in a budget hotel.
  • Trek Leader and Guides: An experienced and certified Trek Leader, as well as a professional guide, will accompany you for the trek. The team will have years of experience and well equipped for any emergency situation.
  • Services of a Professional Trekking Team: A team of an experienced Cook, Camp Staff, Porters/Mules will accompany you for all the arrangements on the trek.
  • Meals: All Meals on the Trek are included. We will serve Vegetarian Indian food on the trek which will be cooked by our high altitude chefs. It will be a five-course meal plan.
  • Camping and Safety Equipment: All the camping equipment such as Tents, Sleeping bags, Toilet Tents, Dining Tent, Mattresses, and other things will be provided by us and we guarantee the quality. Safety Equipment including Medical kit, Oxygen Cylinder, Oximeter, Crampons & Gaiters(if required) will be provided by us. We recommend you to bring your own sleeping bags if possible.
  • Trek Permits and Forest Camping Charges: Only for Indian Clients, All the applicable trekking permits, Camping Charges, Forest Entry Fee, etc will be paid by us. Foreigners have to pay these charges if not mentioned.
  • A Life-Changing Experience: We assure you that by trekking in the Himalayas you will have a life-changing experience and we will do everything we can to provide you with the best services and make your venture in the wild an unforgettable one. 

Note: Prior to booking any adventure with Trekmunk, it will be mandatory to sign the waiver form and get a medical certificate from a doctor in due time, without these, you will not be allowed to start the trek. All this will be done online without using any paper.


  • GST and Other Taxes: The goods and services tax is not included in the price mentioned with the trek. They are subjected to change according to the government rules of India.
  • Accommodation and Food in Dehradun: Food and stay in Dehradun and during transit to Sankri are not included in the package. You can book your hotels or homestays in Dehradun, we can recommend a few good options.
  • Flights and Transportation to and fro base camp: Flights or other means of transport are not included in the package. Transportation from Dehradun to Sankri and Chitkul to your home city is not included in the package. We can arrange a cab for you according to your requirements but you will be liable to pay for the same. Any expenses occurred during the journey are not included in the package cost.
  • Personal Equipment: Your Rucksack, personal clothing, shoes, trek poles, and other personal trekking gear is not included in this package. You have to bring your own gear according to the weather and difficulty of the trek.
  • Portage of Personal Bags(Offloading): We highly advise you to carry your own burden (your rucksack) but due to any reason, if you wish to not carry your rucksack, we can arrange for a porter/mule to carry it. For this service, you will be charged over and above the trek cost. The charges for offloading vary with every trek.
  • Travel Insurance: Travel Insurance is not included in this package. We recommend you to have travel insurance before opting for such adventures. You can buy insurance from us while booking the trek, it is optional.
  • Personal Expenses: Any personal expenses incurred (Laundry, Bottled Water, Beverages, Snacks, Orders at tea houses or dhabas, Tips for guides, Camera fees, etc) are not included in the package.
  • Emergency Expenses: Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as accidents, bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control are not included in the package.
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions of the package.

Cancellation Policy And More Information

Booking Terms:

1. Confirmation Policy:

Upon Booking, An invoice will be sent to your mail & within 12 to 24 hours the booking confirmation with additional details will be sent to your mail.

2. Cancellation Policy:

(a) 10 percent of the prices of our trips/treks/tours or product or service is your deposit and is not refundable, in any case.

(b) Cancellation received 45 days or more: 90% refund

(c) Cancellation received 30 - 44 days: 60% refund

(d) Cancellation received 30 - 15 days: 30% refund

(e) Cancellation less than 15 days: No refund

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3. Refund Policy:

Any refund applicable will be processed within 10 to 15 business days as per the company policy.

4. Postpone/Transfer of a booked trek:

1. You can postpone your booked trek for a period of two months (61 days) but we will charge a 20% processing fee. The last date for the postponement will be 15 days before the start of the trek. Failing to book the slot in 2 months (61 days) time, would be considered a cancellation with no refund of any kind. Postpone of a booked trek can only be done once. 

2. You can transfer your booked slot for the trek to any fit person till 15 days before the trek. You just have to mail us the request and rest we will handle. The new person has to get all the mandatory documents duly signed for the trek.

More Information: 

1. We Trek for a Cause: For overall development of the areas we run our operations in, we donate Rs 100/- per booking from our profits which are used for the upliftment of the local people and conserving nature. We have named this initiative as - Trek for a Cause. For more details, follow:

2. We are paperless: We are focusing on Sustainable Tourism and to do that we are trying all measures to convert our trek operations to be Eco-Friendly. Going Paperless is one step closer to our aim. 

3. Single-Use Plastic: Trekmunk does not encourage the use of single-use plastic items. We are ensuring that our team is working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We will send you instructions on how to go plastic-free on your adventures.

4. Preparing for your Holiday: Getting some additional exercise makes a lot of sense to spend time before coming on a trekking adventure. The fitter you are, the more enjoyable you will find the experience. Hiking in the hill country is the best training but jogging, squash and swimming are also good for developing cardiovascular fitness and stamina. To read more on how to get fit, follow: 

5. Electricity Supply & Plug: You will get electricity supply till the starting point of the trek. If not Indian, We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:

6. Currency: The unit of currency in India is the Indian Rupees.

7. Health & Vaccinations: 

Severe Allergies: If you have a severe allergy please inform the Trekmunk office before you travel. We will do all we can to help, but we cannot guarantee an allergy-free environment on trekmunk trips. You will need to carry your own treatment for the allergy with you, as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' are not carried as standard by our leaders and staff. You should inform your leader on the arrival of your allergy, and let them know where you keep your adrenaline pen.

Vaccinations: You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella, along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis is not usually required for trips in the mountains, however, if you are visiting rural and remote low lying areas then they might be necessary. 

8. Passport & Visas/Identity Proofs: If foreigner, Validity for 6 months, should have blank pages, and should be kept with yourself all the time.

9. Water: If you are on a trekking or cycling holiday, water is supplied to fill up your individual bottles. This will be boiled or filtered. Additionally, you should take purification tablets or a filter bottle (such as a LifeStraw, Sawyer Filter) to treat your water when in towns or where water is not supplied. We do not encourage the purchasing of single-use plastic bottles.

10. Altitude: This adventure involves going to a very high altitude. This is not something that you should worry about; the human body is quite capable of adapting to a very wide range of altitudes, but it is important that we follow some simple rules in order to acclimatize successfully. We will send you the information in your mailbox about Acute Mountain Sickness and trekking in high altitudes. On this trip, we carry bottled oxygen for use in emergencies.

11. Guidance on Tipping: Tipping is the accepted way of saying thank you for good service. Normally the guide and any other trek staff are given their tips at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group. The main guide will make sure that the tip is appropriately distributed among all the staff members on the trek.

12. Spending/Emergency Money: Approximately Rs. 8000-10000/- (in Indian Currency)should be carried for miscellaneous expenses including porter and trek crew tips, drinks, soft drinks, etc. We recommend that you carry your travel money in the form of cash as the availability of ATM is less in these remote areas. This can also serve as your emergency spending money.

13. Travel Insurance: It is recommended to have travel insurance for these kinds of adventures. When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary. We will ask for the Travel Insurance Details over a mail. Indians can buy insurance from us while booking the trek.


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