Borasu is a Dividing and Connecting Pass
Borasu Pass lies at an altitude of 5,450 meters and divides Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. This pass has all the adventure hidden, in ancient times it was a trade route between Kinnaur and Har Ki Dun valley. Borasu Pass connects Har Ki Dun to Baspa valley.
Adventure Enthusiasts must Attempt this Trek
The trail of Borasu Pass is thrilling through high ridges, meadows, snow slopes and glaciers. The views of Bandarpoonch, Black peak, Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini are rewarding. It is a great trek for adventure lovers.
Borasu Pass is not for Beginners
The trails are exhilarating and demand fitness and knowledge. Proper equipment is needed, ascending and descending requires the use of ropes. The climb is technically difficult so beginners should avoid this trek but it turns out to be great for the experienced.
ATM Point and Mobile Connectivity
ATM POINT – Purola is the last ATM point.
Mobile Connectivity -Your device will receive signals at Purola. At Sankri your device can receive BSNL and Vodafone signals but the connectivity is not good. There will be no networks ahead so finish all your important work and calls before starting the trek.
Highlights Of Borasu Pass Trek
Duration – 08 Days (Dehradun to Shimla)
Best Season – May, June, September and October
Level – Difficult
Highest Altitude – (5450 m)
Summer temperatures – (-2°C to -5°C) (5°C to 15°C)
Started point – Dehradun