Why You Should Do Buran Ghati Trek

Why You Should Do Buran Ghati Trek

Buran Ghati Trek offers a complete package of mountains, grasslands, and forests. Buran is an ancient charming village with old houses and fruit-bearing trees. The trek offers breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, lush meadows, dense forests, and gushing streams. The region’s natural beauty is awe-inspiring and immerses you in the serene and pristine surroundings.

  • Forest – Take an excursion through the dense forest of Oak and Pine; we will climb deep into the coniferous forest. The forest of Bhoj (silver birch) is a stunning setting, and you can see Litham from here. You will reach a large stream that joins the Barua Khud, and after about an hour of descent, you’ll see many more shrubs as you cross the stream. You might also spot peaches, pears, apricots, and apple trees along the way.
  • Meadows – Vast green grasslands spread across the mountains; you would be walking past Dayara Meadows. Dayara Thatch’s meadows become more artistic when the sun first shines.
  • Snow-covered Peaks – Peaks are crowned with a white blanket at the top, a sight to behold. You will be awestruck by the Dhauladhar range and get a panoramic view of the Kinner-Kailash peaks.
  • Chandranahan Lake – It is a high-altitude lake which is located in a narrow valley and snowy section. This glacial lake remains frozen almost all year round.
  • Buran Ghati Wall – It is an incredible thrill to rappel down from the other side of Buran Ghati and reach the top of Buran Ghati. Buran Ghati wall is now well-known. It must be the highest point of rappelling in the world! Buran Ghati is a beautiful adventure because you can slide down several snow chutes.
  • Janglik – This walk will take you past beautiful step fields of wheat and hand-crafted wooden farmhouses. These charming wooden and stone houses with beautiful green and red roofs will grab your attention.
  • Burwa – Burwa is an ancient charming village embellished with old houses and fruit-bearing trees.
  • Shepherd Trail – The climb to Dhuna will start by following the shepherd trail to the pass, and you can see the Buran Ghati trail from there.
  • Flora and fauna – The trek offers a chance to witness a variety of flora and fauna native to the region. You might encounter species like the Himalayan Monal, pheasants, ibex, and other Himalayan wildlife.

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