Yes. Buran Ghati trek in October month is recommended for people are into astrophotography or dawn & dusk photography. The sky during this time stays clear and the air is ideally crisp for shooting night sky or Milky Way.
Raacho Trekkers have a team of local guides who have trekked this region for over 10 years now. Apart from trek/terrain expertise, they offer valuable insights on the everyday life of local people, their cultures and sociocultural traits.
Buran Ghati is a moderately difficult trek. If the weather conditions are perfect, the pass can be climbed by a person (who is in good shape), who never been to the Himalayas.
Both Buran Ghati and Rupin pass is located on similar altitudes — Rupin pass is slightly higher. The terrain and landscape is also similar. In fact, the Rupin pass is placed on the same range and aerial distance between the two pass shouldn’t be more than a few kilometers. Choosing one trek over the other…
Yes! We recommend May month to be the best time for the Buran Ghati trek. In May, you’lll witness the panoramic vistas of Himalayan ranges and lush greenery of the Pabbar valley — sans repulsive rains.
May or September is the best month to go for Buran Ghati trek. The heavy downpour during the Monsoon months (July-August) makes it difficult to trek and set up the camps. It rains heavily — particularly in the Pabbar valley region — during Monsoon. May month is recommended as a wider snow cover in the…
Buran Ghati pass remains accessible from May to October (or early November) period. The pass is reachable either via Janglikh-Litham Thach route or via Brua-Brua Kanda route.
Buran Ghati is a mountain pass located in the lesser (or middle) Himalayan range. The pass is a crossover between Janglikh village of Pabbar valley and Brua village of the Baspa valley of Kinnaur.
Our guides are certified and have been trekking the Himalayas for decades(all are local guides). They are well equipped and well versed with the terrain, the route, the people, the Himalayan wildlife and its culture. We were featured in the National Geographic Traveler magazine for the 3 passes expedition(i.e. Patangini – Auden’s Col – Mayali…
The guides and porters are adequately trained and skilled in handling emergencies. You will get immediate first aid and all necessary help if required. In case of a medical emergency, the porters & guides will carry you to a lower altitude and will contact the rescue authority by satellite phone.