Bali Pass Trek

₹ 22,499 /person | 8D - 7N | Dehradun to Dehradun

Bali Pass Trek

8D - 7N | Dehradun to Dehradun


➩ Description

The altitude at which the Bali Pass Trek is located is 4953 metres. The trek across the Bali Pass begins in Sankri Base Camp, which is the starting point for more than twenty-five different treks in the state of Uttarakhand, and ends at Yamunotri Jankichatti on the Yamunotri Trek. The trek across Bali Pass is part of the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary National Park, which is located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. Without a shadow of a doubt, the Himalayas are blessed with bewitching beauty, a bracing temperature, and a desired, calming, and verdant meadow. What could possibly be more pleasant than coming here to enjoy the peace and quiet for a few days? The unique aspect of it is that you may also undertake this trip in conjunction with the Harkidoon trek, which requires you to have 8 nights and 9 days from Dehradun to Dehradun in order to complete it. involves transport. Most significantly, the hike is a challenging one, and it is not recommended for novice hikers. This is because the path is thrilling, and it entails traversing dangerous sections and high ascents. As a result, the hike is not without its difficulties, but it is fantastic for those who are looking for an adventure and are experienced hikers. The Himalayas are renowned for their breathtaking panoramas, in addition to their natural splendour and allure. Because of this, the Bali Pass hike in Uttarakhand is a fantastic example of an eccentric crossover adventure.


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➩ Itinerary

Distance: 180Kms

Time: 6-7hrs

The first place you will stay before beginning your hike across the Bali Pass is Sankri. Within the boundaries of the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi is where you'll find this quaint little settlement. While travelling from Dehradun to Sankri, you will go through a number of beautiful areas. waterfalls in Kempty, as well as Nainbagh, Mussoorie, and other places. It is encircled by the summits of Swargrohini as well as other Greater Himalayan peaks. Incredible vistas are created when the sun sets over Sankri and the surrounding area. Your journey may get off to an excellent start by beginning in this manner. There are a variety of motels and home stays available in this area.


Distance: 12Kms trek

Time: 8 hours approx

Get some early sleep so that you can go for Taluka first thing in the morning. From here, our hiking adventure will get underway. In order to access the 12-kilometer-long road, you will have to traverse many significant streams as well as bamboo and deodar trees. It is a wonderful experience to go around a number of mountain curves. It is possible to camp close to the Forest Rest House, and in certain circumstances, trekkers do so there as well. Following a stone-way that leads down to the river bed is the best way to start your hike after leaving Taluka. The trail continues in the direction of the Supin river beyond this point. After travelling through a few bridges made of cement and wood, the trail begins to wind its way progressively upward. After almost an hour, the way will become accessible to the left. The majority of the local population is occupied with their work in this area. They are thrilled to meet you and speak with you. If you keep trekking for another two hours, you will come across some amazing wooden structures that have not yet been found. This is the settlement of Ghangad. To reach the dhaba or the water-powered mill will take a further twenty minutes. Keep going on for one more hour to reach another campground that is now being development. A wooden bridge will lead you to Osla village. Osla is a highly well-known tourist attraction due to the town's distinctive wooden architecture. You will reach Seema after continuing to walk for another hour adjacent to the Supin river while surrounded by forest cover. If you keep your eyes open while you're in the jungle, you may be able to see a Himalayan monal. There are a lot of trekkers at the Seema camping area, despite the fact that it is a camping area. You can unwind after a night spent sleeping in tents and enjoying the outdoors.


Distance: 9-10Kms

Time: 7hrs approx

You have to begin completely from beginning if you want to go to Debshu Bugyal, which is our first significant location. To begin, take a stroll along the Supin river. As you approach Debshu Bugyal on today's hike, the ascent will become more challenging. Once you have arrived in Ruinsara Valley, you will see that the path is littered with boulders. Continue rising to get a view of the famed hamlet of Oslo that is behind you. Just keep going for another half an hour, and Debshu Bugyal will be at this location. As the Bugyal is a vast 2 kilometre long pastureland, this is an ideal location for a rest stop. It is possible to view the meadows to the north and to the west of Kala Nag. After this point, the trail descends precipitously until it reaches the river bottom. It is difficult to navigate because to the presence of stones. Another bridge will need to be crossed here. Take in the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you. From where you are, the path begins its hard ascent. The next camping spot, which is owned by Rainbasera, only has one modest cabin. The rushing water of the river in the evening is a breathtaking sight to see. During this tranquil pause, hikers often sit right near to the stones in the river bed. Tents are a wonderful choice for shelter.


Distance: 7Kms

Time: 5hrs approx

This is a really exciting day since our next camping spot is going to be at Ruinsara Lake. It is going to be very much like the path that you travelled yesterday. Carry on travelling for another three to four hours, and you will eventually reach the body of water. The lake may be reached by wading through streams, strolling, or engaging in a variety of other exciting activities. A camping trip would be a dream come true right now. It is situated in the region between Lake Ruinsara and the Supin river, and it is encircled by grassy plains that are sprinkled with enormous snow-capped mountains. The breathtaking mountains of the Bandarpoonch range, including Kala Nag, Bandarpoonch, and Dhumdhar Khai, dominate the skyline. A temple may also be found at this location. You may easily explore the surrounding region on foot while taking in the sights.


Distance: 4Kms

Time: 4hrs approx

 The distance you cover on your stroll today is merely 4 kilometres. It moves downward in the direction of the Supin river. You will go through several woods and cross some rivers along the way. Before arriving to the subsequent meadow, the trail must first ascend once again. From the meadows, one may get a good view of the higher peaks. This is a recap of the events that have occurred over the last several days for you to look back on. Surprisingly, the amount of greenery will decrease in the years to come. The distance to Odari is less than one kilometre. There is a rock cave next to the campground. The name Odari comes from the word for cave in Japanese. It is claimed that Bali, Lord Krishna's brother, made his residence in this cave during his lifetime. Additionally, Swargrohini 1 and 2 may be distinguished from this cave's vantage point. After lunch, your Trek Leader will lead you in some training activities that will be of assistance to you as you continue to ascend.


Distance: 5Kms

Time: 7hrs approx

It may seem like a shorter day, but getting everything done will be challenging. It will be a strenuous ascent along a slope that is slanted at a sixty degree angle. This section of the hike is along a ridge and has loose rocks and scree. In addition to this, there are stones strewn over the path, which makes it much more challenging. You need to make sure you receive adequate drink and rest. You should take the required measures in order to prevent major issues that might result from height increase. During the night, the temperature will often fall below 0 degrees. Get ready for the chilly weather. After a hard day, you may retire to the comfort of a tent.


This day might be regarded as the pinnacle of the journey. In order to go to Lower Dhamni today, you are going to have to travel over the Bali Pass. You are going to need to consume enough food to sustain you throughout the day. The route up to Bali Pass is treacherous since it is steep and coated with snow. Keep to the path that has been indicated by your guides. You won't need to rope up, but in case of an emergency, you can put on some microspikes. After a strenuous ascent that lasts between two and three hours, one finally arrives at the pass's peak. Only 10 feet broad by 30 feet wide is all that is available. At this highest point, you will get the impression that you are standing on the summit of a mountain. Take in the breathtaking scenery of the Swargarohini and Banderpooch peaks, which can be seen in every direction. It is possible to make out the Yamnotri Valley to the right. Take some time to appreciate the scene and the present moment. Keep your eyes open for the ride down, since here is when the real excitement starts. Following a tight trail, you will descend at an angle that is nearly exactly 90 degrees. Follow your advice and utilise suitable tactics. Take extreme caution as you make your way up from the lower Dhamni to the higher Dhamni on this treacherous trail. Because of the snow, it can prove to be challenging for you. After completing this challenging section, stop for some rest in Upper Dhamni. The route from leg to Dhamni is going to be quite complex for you. Keep to the instructions of your guide, and do your best to stay with the group. Following a little period of recuperation, we shall set off on our journey to Lower Dhamni. Due to the potentially complex nature of the journey, it is strongly advised that you remain with your leader and squad throughout. After this point, the path will level off and become more obvious to follow. It travels through the woods for close to two kilometres. You may relax in your tents. You will have the opportunity to remain there for a significant amount of time.


Distance: 8Kms

Time: 5hrs approx

The journey's last day has finally arrived. This day is going to be the simplest of the trip since there will be a lot more descents than ascents. It is a route that has been paved with cement. Additional one to two hours are required to ascend to Yamunotri. You should get an early start from your campground and go to Dehradun.


➩ Inclusion

  • 8 days premium trek
  • Double sharing basis of tents through the trek.
  • Dehradun to Sankri & Return Transport in Tempo/Bolero/Sumo Vehicle
  • All meals – vegetarian
  • Campfire at Camps (If Available)

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➩ Exclusion

  • Pickup from your place
  • Luggage carries charges
  • Food during travel
  • Any kind of personal expenses


➩ Fitness

As you climb to higher altitudes, the air grows thinner and less oxygen is present. The amount of oxygen in our blood is equivalent to the proportion of haemoglobin that is saturated with oxygen. At altitudes above around 2,100 metres (7,000 feet), the amount of oxygen carried by our blood starts to decrease. At the same time, the human body possesses both immediate and long-term adaptations to altitude that help it somewhat compensate for the shortage of oxygen.

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➩ Safety

Points to remember for safety in the trek:

  • It is essential that you arrive at the starting point of any hike or excursion in the best possible physical condition and readiness.
  • The hike is not tough; in fact, if you can keep both your feet and your mind calm and strong during the journey, you will discover that the hike is rather simple.

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➩ How to Reach

Directions to go to Dehradun:

  • By Air: Jolly Grant Airport is the domestic airport that serves Dehradun, and it receives frequent flights from the main metropolises located across India.
  • Traveling by Train: The Dehradun junction is the closest railway station, and it has excellent connections to major cities located around India.
  • By Road: The road network in and around Dehradun is extensive and convenient. To get to Dehradun from Delhi or any of the other surrounding cities, you have the option of either driving there yourself or hiring a cab or taxi. In addition, there is a consistent bus service between Dehradun and the surrounding areas because to the extensive road network.


➩ FAQ's

The months of May through June and after the end of the monsoon are ideal for a trip to Bali Pass Trek (September – October).

The Bali Pass trek, which is rated as having a moderate level of difficulty, requires you to have improved your level of physical fitness. If you are able to run for a quarter of an hour and climb several flights of stairs without getting out of breath, then you will finally be able to enjoy this hiking excursion.

At an elevation of 5,088 metres (16,076 feet), Bali Pass can be found in the Uttarkashi district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The Bali Pass is a part of the Govind Ballabh Pant Wildlife Sanctuary, and it is the connection between Yamunotri and the Har Ki Dun Valley. In most cases, the journey to Bali Pass will begin in Sankri Village and conclude in Janki Chatti.

The Supin River can be seen winding its way through the Har Ki Dun valley next to the hiking route. The most thrilling part of the walk is when you get to walk along a rocky ridge as you make your way over the Bali Pass.

Since it is such a difficult walk, the Bali Pass trek is not one that is advised for novice hikers. Due to the fact that it contains some potentially hazardous areas and very narrow pathways, it needs the kind of technical ability that can only be acquired via years of hiking expertise. The walk isn't too difficult up to Ruinsara Tal.

The hike culminates in Bali Pass, which is at an elevation of 5,100 metres (about 16,200 feet), and is the highest point along the whole route. At a height of 3,400 metres (10,800 feet), Lower Dhamni may be found. The most difficult day of hiking will take 10 to 11 hours to complete and will cover the 14 kilometre trip from the summit to Dhamni.

Rupin Pass is an absolute must-do if you pride yourself on appreciating the splendour of nature. On the other hand, the Bali Pass trek, which goes via Har Ki Dun valley and Yamunotri valley, is perfect for adventure-seekers who want to push their limits.

As you climb higher in elevation, you will notice that the temperature begins to drop, particularly when it is nighttime. The temperature will fluctuate from 10 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees Celsius throughout the day. The low temperature will range from far below zero to -10 degrees Celsius.

Tiger Falls, Tapkeshawar Temple, Tapovan, Lacchiwala, Mindrolling Monastery, and Malsi Deer Park are some of the places that you should visit.

Tiger Falls, Tapkeshawar Temple, Tapovan, Lacchiwala, Mindrolling Monastery, and Malsi Deer Park are some of the places that you should visit.

Original and photocopy of government-issued photo identification card – (driver's licence, voters ID, etc.) – Trekkers are required to have a copy of their photo identification with them at all times in order to enter forest check stations while they are on the trek. Since Sankri will have limited facilities for photocopying, you should not attempt to put this off until the last minute.

Certainly, trekking the Bali Pass on your own as a woman on one of the scheduled departures is very safe.

When you are going to be travelling through the mountains, you should always make sure to dress in clothes that can be layered.

The Bali Pass trip is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful hikes in all of Uttarakhand. This hike is designed for those who have previous hiking experience. The Bandarpoonch, Kalanag, and Swargarohini peaks provide you with some of the most stunning vistas during the Bali Pass journey. The splendour that can be seen during the trip across Bali Pass is unparalleled.

Choose shoes with a high ankle if at all possible. They protect the ankle from becoming injured. Whether walking on rocks or descending, they offer stability, durability, and a good grip for the wearer.

There is no upper age restriction, and the minimum age requirement is between 9 and 10 years old. age restriction, however those older than sixty are politely asked to present a medical certificate.

The availability of restrooms and stalls has been confirmed.

Safety and technical equipment, including microspikes, gaiters, and an essential first aid package that includes a portable oxygen cylinder.

Over the duration of the hike, vegetarian lunches will be provided.

One may anticipate BSNL network coverage all the way up to Sankri Village and even beyond this village in certain locations (but they are irregular and not very dependable)

The path is well-known for the rich variety of flora and wildlife that it contains, which includes Black Bears, Blue Sheep, and a number of other noteworthy species. The last stretch of the walk up to the pass is similar to reaching the top of a mountain peak and has breathtaking panoramic vistas.

The temperature will vary from 5 to 15 degrees Celsius during the day, and from -2 to -5 degrees Celsius during the night. During the day, the temperature will range from 5 to 15 degrees Celsius.

During the first season, which is winter, the Bali Pass trip often has snowfall. May-June. After June, it is difficult to anticipate more snowfall, but October is a month that, if the environment is favourable, has a good chance of receiving new snowfall at higher elevations.

Dehradun has a market that is suitably sizable. But, do not put off any purchasing until the very last minute since there will be no time for shopping because the bus to Sankri leaves immediately after it arrives.

➩ Note

In the normal course of things, IndianTreks anticipates that you will be the one to carry your own personal gear; but, if you want to unload your backpack, you may give it to the mule.

Charge of offloading Backpack 

  1. 2500 INR (Indian Rupees), provided that the payment is made online ten days in advance
  2. INR 3500/- If you inform us after reaching Sankri.
  3. There is a need for a waterproof cover on the backpack; luggage and stroller bags are not permitted.

Special offers 

  1. You just need to make one payment, and you may go on the tour as many times as you want.
  2. If you schedule a trek with Indiantreks and are unable to finish that trek, or if you have successfully completed that journey and wish to do it again, you are free to repeat that trek an unlimited number of times without incurring any additional fees for doing so.

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➩Trek Departure

7 May - 15 May ( OPEN ) 15% off
13 May - 21 May ( OPEN )
20 May - 28 May ( OPEN ) 14% off
27 May - 4 Jun ( OPEN ) 13% off

3 Jun - 11 Jun ( OPEN )
4 Jun - 12 Jun ( OPEN ) 15% off
10 Jun - 18 Jun ( OPEN )
17 Jun - 25 Jun ( OPEN ) 15% off
24 Jun - 2 Jul ( OPEN ) 15% off

2 Sep - 10 Sep ( OPEN ) 20% off
9 Sep - 17 Sep ( OPEN ) 20% off
16 Sep - 24 Sep ( OPEN ) 19% off
23 Sep - 1 Oct ( OPEN ) 20% off
30 Sep - 8 Oct ( OPEN ) 20% off

7 Oct - 15 Oct ( OPEN ) 20% off
14 Oct - 22 Oct ( OPEN ) 20% off
21 Oct - 29 Oct ( OPEN ) 20% off

➩ Things to carry


  • 50–60 ltrs backpack
  • Strong hiking boots: a leather upper is best because it gives your ankles more support. If you don’t have a pair yet, you should get one as soon as possible and wear it a lot so that it breaks in well. This will help keep blisters from forming.
  • Tennis shoes or sandals that are light enough to wear in camp

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➩ Why choose us for Bali Pass Trek

We think that going on outdoor excursions in small groups is the greatest approach to fully appreciate what the landscape has to offer. We don’t leave our urban homes to visit some distant fish monger.

We use a concept called fixed departures to keep the cost of your adventure vacation down. We guarantees all of its clients a departure date regardless of weather or other unforeseen circumstances (known as “Force Majeure”).

We provide very comfortable stay throughout the trek. Proper and good quality tents and sleeping bags are provided with double and triple sharing basis. Tents and sleeping bags are always neat and clean to use.

As a company, Indiantreks is committed to helping people rediscover their personal and spiritual connections to the natural world by encouraging them to put down their phones and other modern gadgets. Connecting with oneself and one’s environment is possible only when one leaves behind all of their cares, concerns, and possessions.

These unspoiled natural settings should remain untouched for future hikers. Leave no trace is our policy to guarantee this (LNT). We take special care to eliminate any traces of our camping activities by properly disposing of waste at each campground. This is one of Indiantreks’ fundamental beliefs.

Indiantreks has taken the Eco-Tourism Pledge, demonstrating our commitment to sustainable practises in all of our operations.

We are firm believers in eco-friendly vacations. As a rule, we prefer to work in remote rural locations where infrastructure has not yet been significantly established. Our mission is to help the residents of these rural areas get the confidence and resources they need to feel like they have a stake

Indian Trek’s team are highly dedicated in safety but as well as giving proper hygenic food throughout the trek. They will not take anything lightly when it comes to good food. Proper washable utensils are using everytime and serving area will also be neat and clean.

➩ Moments of Trek

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➩ Trekker Stories And Experiences With Indiantreks

It was a wonderful adventure, and Indian Treks offered excellent service. The staff members had a wealth of expertise and understanding, such as how to manage large groups and ensure the safety of individual trekkers.

Gauri Walanju

The organisation for the hike was excellent. Indian Treks is very adaptable, which is a huge asset in the event that our travel plans need to be altered. The most memorable experience for me was getting endless hot gulab jamun.

Akshar Raval

Our wonderful trek guide, together with Sir Vijay Rana and Sir Vivek Rana, as well as the rest of the wonderful staff, made our walk a wonderful experience and easy throughout the trek. Everything went smoothly Thank you very much.

RJ Rajesh

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