Buran Ghati Trek

40 KM     MAX 15

MAX ALTITUTDE
4575 mts

15400
+5% GST

Shimla to Shimla

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Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Trail: 150km (8-9 hours? drive) Campsite: Janglik The highlight of the day: The drive followed but the serene river Pabbar. Today is day 1, and it will be a long drive in the mountains. We will start early in the morning as soon as everyone gathers at Shimla ISBT. You will witness some traditional Himalayan homes and steps where wheat is harvested. The whole drive will take around 9 hours. Retire at Janglik overnight.
Trail: 7.7 km (5-6 hours of trek) Campsite: Dayara. The highlight of the day: Tonglu and nearby villages are known for their captivating views. Trek: Today is day 2, we will start after breakfast. Initially, the trail is steep from the beginning. You can take a halt and climb. The views are definitely worth it. You can also see other villages including Tonglu which is a great spot for pictures. After that gradually, the route becomes gradual. The views are indeed mesmerizing. After that, we will reach our campsite at Dayara. Overnight stay at Camp.
Trail: 5.6 km (3-4 hours of trek) Campsite: Litham. The highlight of the day: The captivating views at Gunas pass and Chandranahan waterfalls. Trek: Today is day 3, and we will leave after sunrise and breakfast. Today?s trail will be filled with lush green meadows and pristine streams. We will walk through Gunas meadows, which are just spectacular with views of Dhauladar ranges. After that, as we continue, we will be crossing the stream and you will get a peak of Litham village. After we cross the meadow again, we will see in far, the Chandranahan waterfalls which lie beyond the Chandranahan lake. Tonight, we will retire at Litham campsite.
Trail: 8.3 km (5-6 hours of trek) Campsite: Litham. The highlight of the day: Glacial Chandranahan lake Trek: Today is day 4, we will begin with a steep trail leading upstream. As we cross the campsite, we will continue on the ridge. Then will continue to walk towards the waterfall, and thereafter a few steps are the turquoise Chandranahan lake. You can spend some time there and get back to Litham camp and stays overnight.
Trail: 4.3 km (3-4 hours of trek) Campsite: Dunda The highlight of the day: crossing the pass to reach Khubrini Thatch. Trek: today is day 5, not much of a long day. We will continue toward the northeast side along with the Pabbar river. Which originated from Buran Ghati. Then we will cross the Khubrini thatch to enter the Dunda thatch. The patch is steep. Overnight stay at Dunda.
Trail: 8 km (9-10 hours of trek) Campsite: Manerang The highlight of the day: Buran pass in full glory. Trek: Today is the summit day. The final D-day of the Buran Ghati trek. From our campsite, the walk will be a little challenging. We will be crossing the boulders on the ride. And from the base of Buran pass, it will be another hour's climb. Especially, sue the rope because the other side of Buran pass is quite a steep slope. Afterward, the descent is fast and altitude decreases rapidly too. For the night we will camp alongside the river and take a rest.
Trail: 5.7km (2-3 hours of trek) & 10 hours of drive Campsite: Shimla The highlight of the day: Exploring the campsite. Trek: Well, today is the last and final day as the Buran Ghati trek ends here. The trail today is well-marked and doesn?t take much time. It passes through grasslands and pines. Once you reach Kharcham, you will board your vehicles and travel to Shimla. And once you reach Shimla the trek ends here.
Buffer day is an extra day if there is any unfavourable weather situation. You might have to pay the certain amount to the trek leader for a day extra.

What's Included

  • Food as per menu on the trek (from lunch on Day 2, till lunch on day 7)
  • Forest Permits/Camping Charges, if any (upto the amount charged for Indian nationals)
  • Tents, sleeping bags, Sleeping mats
  • Safety Equipment includes static rescue rope, seat harness, carabiners, pulleys
  • Trek guide, cook, helpers, and porters for carrying common supplies
  • Mountaineering course certified Trek Leader with Wilderness Emergency Responder & Rescue. course from NIM Uttarkashi

What's not Included ?

  • Portage of personal bags during the trek
  • Cost of any kind of Travel Insurance.
  • Any Expense of personal nature.
  • Any Expense not specified in the inclusions list.
  • Meals during road journeys
  • Transportation from Shimla to Janglik and from Barua back to Shimla

Cancelation Policy


Cash Refund (All events including Friendship Peak Expedition except other Mountaineering Expeditions) - Cash refunds are only available for bookings made without any discounts, such as promotional codes or dynamic discounts. Additionally, cash refunds are not available for shifted batch bookings or if the booking status is "Booked". The amount of the refund will be determined based on the following guidelines:


  • • Cancellations made up to 31 days before the departure date will incur a 5% deduction.
  • • Cancellations made between 30 and 21 days before the departure date incur a 20% deduction.
  • • Cancellations made between 20 and 11 days before the departure date incur a 50% deduction.
  • • Cancellations made less than 11 days before the departure date are not eligible for a cash refund.

Refunds will be processed back to the bank account or credit card account used to pay for the event i.e., the source of payment. The amount refunded will be based on the net amount paid for the event, excluding additional components such as transportation, rent, or portage.


Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
Introduction Buran Ghat trek is the perfect combination of forest, grasslands, and snow. Indeed, a very wholesome trek. Buran Ghati does have extremely beautiful sections. The views are undoubtedly the ultimate. This trek is not just meant for physical climbing. But also, as you move along with the team the bond which is created during the highs and lows is just long-lasting. Don?t you think it's a real adventure? Himalayan journey stitches the bond amidst challenges. This trek starts from a very ancient village names Janglik. It is sort of untouched by commercialization and civilization. The Buran Ghati trek has some extremely thrilling points. Along with some dramatic changes in the views. Most days it is kind of easy to moderate. Yet some of the patches would be difficult. But, without challenges, the beauty of the alpine cannot be experienced. Well, difficulties lead to glorious paths. Best Time to Trek: The best time to trek Buran Ghati is the summer (May-June) and autumn (end of August-mid October) seasons. Surprisingly, even in summer, you will come across the wall of ice at Buran Ghati. And that is a major attraction. During summer the temperatures are usually between 13 to 17 degrees. At the campsite, during the night it might drop to 0 degrees also. Crossing the vast snow fields is just another adventure. The shades keep changing from yellow to green. Undoubtedly, it is a colorful experience with grasslands and forests coming out of deep snow. Especially, during the autumn season the snow completely melts away you will be exposed to rocky terrain. The temperatures are usually between 12- 16 degrees in the daytime and at nighttime, it goes below -5 degrees. Difficulty Level: The Buran Ghati trek is a moderate - difficult level trek. Especially the path cross day is challenging. For the Buran Ghati trek, you will need more mental determination. On the final day, you will have to rappel at least 400 M down the ice wall. You will also have a boulder crossing section and treks are long. We are going to begin every day with a bit of jogging and warmup. Because the trek requires a lot of cardiovascular strength. Means a good amount of endurance. This trek would definitely teach you how to balance distance with speed targets.
  • Food as per menu on the trek (from lunch on Day 2, till lunch on day 7)
  • Forest Permits/Camping Charges, if any (upto the amount charged for Indian nationals)
  • Tents, sleeping bags, Sleeping mats
  • Safety Equipment includes static rescue rope, seat harness, carabiners, pulleys
  • Trek guide, cook, helpers, and porters for carrying common supplies
  • Mountaineering course certified Trek Leader with Wilderness Emergency Responder & Rescue. course from NIM Uttarkashi
  • Portage of personal bags during the trek
  • Cost of any kind of Travel Insurance.
  • Any Expense of personal nature.
  • Any Expense not specified in the inclusions list.
  • Meals during road journeys
  • Transportation from Shimla to Janglik and from Barua back to Shimla

Cancelation Policy



Cash Refund (All events including Friendship Peak Expedition except other Mountaineering Expeditions) - Cash refunds are only available for bookings made without any discounts, such as promotional codes or dynamic discounts. Additionally, cash refunds are not available for shifted batch bookings or if the booking status is "Booked". The amount of the refund will be determined based on the following guidelines:


  • • Cancellations made up to 31 days before the departure date will incur a 5% deduction.
  • • Cancellations made between 30 and 21 days before the departure date incur a 20% deduction.
  • • Cancellations made between 20 and 11 days before the departure date incur a 50% deduction.
  • • Cancellations made less than 11 days before the departure date are not eligible for a cash refund.

Refunds will be processed back to the bank account or credit card account used to pay for the event i.e., the source of payment. The amount refunded will be based on the net amount paid for the event, excluding additional components such as transportation, rent, or portage.