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Bali Pass Trek

About Bali Pass Trek

Bali Pass ,often referred as a virgin trek in the Indian Himalayas is the least explored & thus is the most scenic. Apt for seasoned trekkers, this trek is a strenuous one. Blessed with undying natural beauty, this trail is unchallenged and has all elements that wilderness seekers look for. Not too many people know of this trail so it’s still hidden from most and only shepherds frequent the region. A delight for nature lovers, Bali Pass trek features an enchanting trail that one must look forward to.

Discover captivating meadows, wild alpine flowers, birds & exceptionally high mountains. Opening up to amphitheatre views of the spectacular Himalayan peaks; this trek is sure to lend you with an experience of a lifetime. Bali Pass has a challenging & a technical trekking route, which is not recommended for beginners.

Activities in Bali Pass Trek

Trekking : The trek route to Bali Pass Trek and involves easy grade trekking. The enthralling treks take some through enchanting meadows, hushed hamlets, and conifers and oak forests. In winter, the trekking route is covered in snow.

Camping : Camping is an amazing experience to have with family and friends when you are surrounded in the lap of nature.

Photography : The 360 degree panorama one witnesses form the Bali Pass summit is one of the reasons to make Bali Pass Trek one of the best spot to capture mountains.

 Range : Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand

 Days : 7N / 8D

 Base Camp : Sankri

 Grade : Medium

 Distance : Approx 64 km

 Max Altitude : 4950M

 Package : Rs 14,000 per person

Pick Location : Dehradun/katgodam/Haridwar

Cost Terms

Inclusions :- 
1. Accommodation. (Guest house, Home stay,).
2. Meals while on trek (Veg. + Egg).
3. All necessary entry fees and permits.
4. First aid medical kits and oxygen cylinder.
5. Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff.
6. TTH Staff Insurance.
7. Porters/mules to carry central equipment.

Exclusions :- 
1. Any kind of personal expenses.
2. Food during the transit.
3. Insurance.
4. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
5. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.
6. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges

Bali Pass Trek

One of the least explored treks in the Indian Himalayan region that connects the Har Ki Dun Valley with Yamunotri, the Bali Pass Trek is a beautiful journey that one should try at least once in a lifetime. Bali Pass, which is set at an elevation of about 4,800 meters and located in the heights of Garhwal Himalayan region, is an exhilarating getaway where from you can capture the majestic trio of Kalanag at 6,387 meters, Bander Punch 6,316 meters and Swargarohini group of peaks at a maximum elevation of 6,252 meters. Further, the trekking tour to Bali Pass that stretches for approximately 7-8 days ranges from an elevation of 1,900 meters to 4,800 meters, passing through the charming bed of Har Ki Dun valley simply recalls the legendary myth of the Pandavas. The trail crossing the Govind National Park, which houses several colourful orchards and species of animals and birds, pens and clicks the trekker's diary and lenses with enrapturing moments. Another major attraction throughout the trail is the culture that is secluded within the Garhwal Himalayan portraiture. The Bali Pass Trek after crossing the Har Ki Dun valley moves through the Ruinsara Tal and thereafter becomes tricky. Hence the trek to Bali Pass is considered as one of the moderate treks in the Garhwal Himalayan region.

The Bali Pass trek, from Har Ki Dun Valley to Yamunotri via Ruinsara Tal, commences from Sankri, which is approximately 160 kilometers from Mussoorie. From Sankri the trail heads to Taluka at 1,900 meters and thereafter continues the following day towards Osla at 2,559 meters. The trail from Taluka to Osla follows a gradual climb and hence it takes about 6-7 hours to cover a distance of 13 kilometers. From Osla the trek continues and snakes through Har Ki Dun at 3,506 meters and thereafter steps on to Debshu Bugyal at about 3,000 meters. En route through the lush green meadows the route turns to Ruinsara Tal after a gentle climb to an elevation of 3,350 meters. The trail hits the strenuous tracks when you maneuver towards Bali Udiyari at 3,850 meters and climbs up to Bali Pass at 4,800 meters. The Bali Pass Trek thereafter follows a steep descent to Yamunotri at 3,165 meters. Yamunotri is one of the popular Hindu pilgrimage sites and also one of the four sites in the Chota Char Dham pilgrimage circuit. The shrine that is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna is the major attraction.

Often considered a “virgin trek” in the Indian Himalayas. Bali Pass is one of the least explored treks that links Har Ki Dun valley to Yamunotri valley. The trek offers amphitheater views of Swargarohini peaks 1 & 2, Banderpooch and Kala Nag or Black Peak. The pass is situated at an altitude of 4950 m. Due to its high altitude the post monsoon period is considered best to trek. In pre monsoon season there is a plenty of snow that makes climbing to the pass more challenging and technical. The trekking route is challenging & is not recommended for beginners. The main attractions of this trek includes pine forests of Govind Pashu National Park, meadows of Debshu Bugyal, beautiful camp site of Rainbasera, alpine lake of Ruinsara, Yamnotri temple and much more.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 : Dehradun (250m) - Sankri (2000m) (Drive / 200 kms / 6 - 7 hrs).

Day 2 : Sankri (2000m) - Taluka - Seema (2560m) (Drive / 40 mins) (Trek / 15 kms / 5 - 6 hrs).

Day 3 : Seema (2560m) – Ruinsaratal (3350m) (Trek / 6 - 7 hrs).

Day 4 : Ruinsaratal (3350m) (Rest / Acclimatization day / Exploration).

Day 5 : Ruinsaratal (3350m) - Bali Udiyari (4150m) (Trek / 5 - 6 hrs).

Day 6 : Bali Udiyari (4150m) – Bali Pass (4600m) - Damni Camp (3650m) (Trek / 7 - 8 hrs).

Day 7 : Damni (3650m) – Yamunotri (3150m) – Jankichatti (2650m) - Dehradun (250m) (Trek / 4 - 5 hrs) (Drive / approx 6 - 7 hrs).

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 : Dehradun (250m) - Sankri (2000m) (Drive / 200 kms / 6 - 7 hrs).

The drive from Dehradoon to Sankri passes through the town of Mussoorie and the villages of nainbagh, damta, naugaon, purola, mori and netwar. We enter the forest (Govind National Park) after Netwar and the final 20km are through the forest. The drive to Sankri is very beautiful, past pine and deodar forest.Overnight in guest houses in Sankri.

Day 2 : Sankri (2000m) - Taluka - Seema (2560m) (Drive / 40 mins) (Trek / 15 kms / 5 - 6 hrs).

There is a motorable road connecting Sankri to taluka, but the walk through the forest is also delightful. However the path is a bit tricky and you may face blocks. Taluka is a small village with some shops, dhabas and a GMVN hotel.We cross taluka and continue along the true left of the river. It is a lovely walk along the true left of the river, passing through forests, apple orchards and fields. There are many small tea shops on the way. The town of Seema has many dhabas and a GMVN hotel. We campalongside the river or on the open grounds near the village.

Day 3 : Seema (2560m) – Ruinsaratal (3350m) (Trek / 6 - 7 hrs).

Continue along the true right of the valley along the tons river. The trail ascends through the fields and climbs high above the confluence of the tons and Ruinsara gad. After crossing the meadow of Devsu Bugyal we reach roiltia. With the village of Osla & Puoni in front and the waterfall nearby this is a perfect place to camp at night.

We ascend into the Ruinsara valley. There is a stark difference in the vegetation with pine and fir giving way to birch and rhododendron. Ruinsara is a lovely lake surrounded by meadows and rhododendron bushes. It is considered sacred by the locals. The walk through the forests is beautiful, with Kalanag (6387) visible straight ahead in the valley. Overnight in camps near the lake.

Day 4 : Ruinsaratal (3350m) (Rest / Acclimatization day / Exploration).

Today we rest near the lake and spent the day exploring the nearby glaciers and valleys. This will help us to acclimatize before the next day's climb to the pass. We reach kyarkoti which is the base camp for black peak (kalanag) and dumdar kandi pass. By evening we are back at the camp.

Day 5 : Ruinsaratal (3350m) - Bali Udiyari (4150m) (Trek / 5 - 6 hrs).

On this day post breakfast, we will ascend towards the base of the Bali Pass. An impressive trio of the magnificent Bander Punch, Kalanaag, and Swargarohini peaks that positioned in front of the base camp. We will stay overnight in the camp.

Day 6 : Bali Udiyari (4150m) – Bali Pass (4600m) - Damni Camp (3650m) (Trek / 7 - 8 hrs).

Today, in the early morning we will start our exhilarating trek towards the Bali Pass that is (4800 meters) and is not a glaciated pass but a rock-strewn pass.

Day 7 : Damni (3650m) – Yamunotri (3150m) – Jankichatti (2650m) - Dehradun (250m) (Trek / 4 - 5 hrs) (Drive / approx 6 - 7 hrs).

This pass separates Yamunotri valleys and Tons valley and offers fabulous views of the magnificent Swargarohini peak and the Ruinsara Gad. We will halt here at the pass for some time and then we will trek through an extensive open meadow and a forest to reach our destination Yamunotri. This place is one of the four Dhams for Hindu devotees and is also the source of the Yamuna River. We will stay overnight in the camp in Yamunotri.

Transport options from Delhi to Dehradun

  Delhi to Dehradun by Car -

Hire a cab from Delhi to Dehradun, which takes around 4 hours. NH-72A from Chhutmalpur to Dehradun is the best route you may take. The cost of cab ranges from INR 9 to INR 97 per kilometre, depending upon the type of car. Ideal for families and groups.

  Delhi to Dehradun by Bus -

Take a direct bus from Delhi to Dehradun, which takes around 6 hours. Deluxe, Volvo, semi-deluxe and ordinary Uttarakhand State buses depart every hour from ISBT, Kashmere Gate in New Delhi. There is also an overnight deluxe A/C service run by Uttarakhand Tourism. Dehradun ISBT bus stand is located about 5 km from the centre of the city. Ideal for backpackers and single travellers.

  Delhi to Dehradun by Train -

Take a direct Jan Shatabdi train from Delhi NDLS station to Dehradun railway station that takes around 6 hours. Dehradun railway station is located in the city centre. Train is the most comfortable and cost effective mode to travel to Dehradun from Delhi. Ideal for groups and families.

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