The trail form the Nagaru Campsite is a steep one, the gradient of the trail rises along the slope and ziz zags it’s way towards the ridge above. The trail is narrow and requires you to be fully alert. After traversing the distance up to the ridge, you will find yourself on a ledge where the ridge extends forward. You can rest here for a while before you start your journey through the ridgeline. If there is snow present on the ridge, you will get a full mountaineering kind of feel. Nevertheless the ridge is narrow at certain points and you should traverse it carefully. From here the path is downward through the snow plain area with massive peaks surrounding you. The Tosh valley peaks are also visible at this point. You will be able to see the Sar Pass at this point and when you see it you will know this is the Sar pass, where will be no ambiguity. The josh will be high as you will traverse through snow covered terrain and traversing through snow if not very hard in this section. You might very well take your own time here and enjoy the scenic beauty of this place. After crossing the Sar Pass you will be going downhill through the mountain slope.
In a while you find a slope through which you can slide (depends on the snow) this will help you cover a large distance of about a kilometer. Few things to keep in mind while sliding is that you should have no loose items on you (camera, googles etc.), the slide is totally harmless. After this stretch you will come across another elevated feature which is less steeper than the first. After overcoming this part you can slide again and cover a fair bit of distance (again everything depends on the snow). The third elevated feature appears and can be covered downhill by sliding (depending on snow) this is about a kilometer. In all you would have covers a distance of three kilometers by sliding alone if you had success on all three slides.
The trek now is easy owing to the downhill feature. You will be able to see the tree line in a bit and you will enter a snowy forest you will be able to see the meadows of Biskeri Thach on your left. The villages of Tosh, Pulga, Tulga, Nakthan are visible from this point in the valley below. The Buni Buni grassland lies nearby. There is a waterfall here in the backdrop that is the prime source of water here along with the nearby streams.