Holding the torch for being an underdog among the finest Himalayan treks, the Buran ghati trek provides an intro into untouched, Sublime beauty of Chanshal mountains, the rarely seen jewels of Chandranahan Lake (4220 mts) with other glacial ponds surrounding it and culturally rich melting pot of the meeting of Buddhist and Hindu population of this region.The Buran ghati trek is a reminder of the abundance amount of bounty nature has in store for us.
Day 1 Depart from Shimla to Narkanda about 65 km from Shimla and surrounded by the Shivalik Range that span a large part of Himachal Pradesh.
Narkanda is a popular ski resort during winters.
Overnight at Narkanda
On Day two head towards Bura Village, a sub locality under Sangla city.
The trek starts from Narkanda and trek up to Bura Village. The trail changes surprisingly and on the way witness the orchards fields welcoming you for the overwhelming trek. The trail is very beautiful. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.
Have fresh breakfast, Start early from Bura Village to the pastures of Bura Kanda. The forests change from pine and deodar to high altitude fir and birch forests. Bura Kanda gives a magnificent view of the Kinner Kailash Range towering over the Baspa Valley. Dinner and overnight stay in Bura Kanda.
On Day 04 Cross the meadows of Bura Kanda and reach the base camp of the Buran pass, which is also known as the Burando. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.Camp under the magnificence of million stars.
Day 05 includes crossing Litham at an altitude of 4725 m.An Ancient route ,English travelers during British rule and the Shepard from the local landscape often preferred this cooler route to Kinnaur to the arduous travel through the hot Sutlej valley.
Overnight Stay at Litham
Today descend down from Litham to Dayara. The trek is moderate and the landscape is pretty enough to overshadow the tiring journey.Get overwhelmed by the seamless green meadows waiting for you roll down your body. Overnight Tented accommodation in Dayara.
Trek down from Dayara to the village of Janglik. Dinner and overnight stay in the village homestay/ tents.
Drive back from Janglik to Shimla which takes around 5 hours.