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Buran Pass

Buran Pass is situated at an altitude of about 4724 m. The pass separates the Pabbar and Sangla Valley in Himachal Pradesh and connects the Baspa Valley to the Tons Valley in Uttaranchal. It is one among the highest passes of the Himalayas and is the third important pass on a ridge connecting Garhwal and Himachal. The pass is frequented by the migratory shepherds herding their flocks over to greener pastures. One can reach the Baspa Valley by crossing the Buran Pass. The pass is an ideal base for trekking and poses a challenging trek.

Updated on 7th June, 2005


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