Every hike offers breathtaking terrain. We reluctantly admit that every trek also has a few rough spots. Even with the sharpest critical eye, it can be challenging to identify these flaws while on the Buran Ghati trek.

On this walk, there is never a moment when you feel let down. The best elements of your Himalayan trips seemed to be taken from them and combined to create the ideal trek.


At 15,000 feet in the center of Himachal, Buran Ghati is a tremendously varied trek and an exhilarating pass. The scenery you may see in the Buren Valley is breathtaking, and you will have a different experience at each campsite throughout the Buren Ghati Pass Trek. The journey begins near the historic town of Janglik, an example of an ancient village that has been “untouched by civilization.” After ascending out of Janglik, the track enters a beautifully thick forest before bursting onto the Dayara meadows. Most hikers get to this point and halt in their steps, mouths hanging open in awe of Dayara Meadows.

You would think that once you leave Dayara, the meadows are done, yet you couldn’t be more wrong. Forests and meadows line the route to Lytham. The Dunda is also present. Dunda will be among the top camping destinations if you’re looking for the allure of an upcoming spectacular climb and the beauty of an alpine mountain zone.

As far as we can tell, the Buran Ghati walk combines all the best parts of a challenging hike with an exhilarating mountain crossing. Except for Pass day, most days are easy to moderate with frequent changes in the landscape.


The Buran Ghati Pass climb is a stunning and gradual ascent in the Himalayas. It’s ideal for those who have a deep enthusiasm for mountaineering and who see it as serving a unique purpose in their lives.

 The locals from Himachal have been going on this journey for years and have all the necessary experience.

The best time to do the Buran Ghati Pass Trek is between May 5 and October 30. It is safe, comfortable, and free from all issues.

The walk is especially magnificent in May and June when you have both greenery and snow. Trekking is a lot of fun because of the pleasant and trek-friendly weather in May and June.

You may view lovely flowers and a green, picturesque mountain range in July and August. This walk is charming during the monsoon season.

Buran Ghati Pass is a little different in September and October because there isn’t much snow here, making it challenging to pass the summit without any snow. However, at this time, you can enjoy some stunning vistas.


Day 1: Pickup from Shimla and a cab ride of 160 km (six to seven hours) to Janglik village, elevation 2,804 meters

Day 2: Trek (4/5 hours) from Janglik settlement to Dayara Thach (3376 Meters)

Day 3: 03 km (3/4 hours) of trekking from Dayara Thach to Lytham camp (3578 Meters)

Fourth day: quick climb to Chandranahan Lake. Spend some time exploring before returning to Lytham Camp (03 km) in 4–5 hours (4327 Meters)

Day 5: Trek (04 miles; 6–7 hours) from Lytham Camp to Dhunda Camp (4075 Meters)

Day 6: A seven to eight-hour trek takes you from Dhunda to Buran Ghati Pass (4572 meters) and River camp (3597 meters).

Day 7: Trek to Barua from River camp (05 km). Drive to Shimla the same day (275 Km)


You will need to travel to Delhi whether you are from Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Mumbai, or any other city. From Delhi, you can quickly board a train or fly to Chandigarh.

Option 1: By Air 

 Hikers in the Himalayas advise you to be at your destination in less than two hours whenever you travel. Shimla’s closest airport is in Chandigarh. 122 kilometers away from the city of Shimla. You can go online and purchase tickets for flights that are offered from every state to Chandigarh. You may save time and money by using these simple methods. If the flight to Chandigarh is too expensive for you, you can come by flight to Delhi or take the bus from Delhi to Shimla, which is the easier option.

Option 2: Take a bus

If you need to take a bus from Chandigarh to Shimla, you can do so by arriving at Sector 43 of the city on time and purchasing your bus ticket.

From Delhi to Shimla, you can take a bus and get off at Kasmiri ISBT; it’s recommended to make reservations for the seats. From Delhi to Old Bus Stand in Shimla, the bus ride takes between 10 and 11 hours.


These basic things are all ready for your trip, so now what are you waiting for? Get ready and gather your group of friends and family, and set yourself out for this amazing trek.


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