Bali Pass Trek

9 Days

Overview

This trekking trip for adventurous nature lovers, keen to explore a remote Himalayan valley, has all the classic attractions: ascending gentle trails through luxuriant oak and conifer forest and past traditional Hindu mountain villages to the alpine meadows where mountain peaks soar above Hari- Ki-Doon (the Valley of Gods). From the high Bali Pass, which is also called the Yamunotri Pass, the Ruinsara Tal Yamunotri Pass Trek brings the camping bizarre by the side of the Ruinsara Tal (lake) for an outstanding experience. The valley is dominated by Swargarohini (6252 meters). Though less known than the famed Valley of Flowers in the Indian Himalayas, the Valley of Gods boasts richness in the variety of flora. Situated in the upper catchment basin of the Tons River, Hari-ki-dun is one of the most fascinating and least visited areas of the Garhwal Himalaya. The region which is cloaked in mystery at an altitude of 3566 m brings a great challenge to the adventurers to the land of the Pandavas lying along the Fateh Parvat at the western part of Uttarkashi. The Har Ki-Doon Mountain Trekking will take you to the source of the Karmanasha stream which meets the Obragaad stream below a village named Sankri or Saur, to form the supine river which unites with the Rupin River flowing from Himachal Pradesh, at Netwar, to become the Tons River – a major tributary of the Yamuna River.

 

Trip Highlights

  • the classic attractions: ascending gentle trails through luxuriant oak and conifer forest and past traditional Hindu mountain villages to the alpine meadows where mountain peaks soar above Hari- Ki-Doon (the Valley of Gods).
  • Bali Pass, which is also called the Yamunotri Pass, the Ruinsara Tal Treks.
  • the upper catchment basin of the Tons River, Hari-ki-dun is one of the most fascinating and least visited areas of the Garhwal Himalaya.
  • an altitude of 3566 m brings a great challenge to the adventurers to the land of the Pandavas lying along the Fateh Parvat at the western part of Uttarkashi.

Includes/Excludes Cost

Includes Cost

  • All days of the expedition include lodging.
  • On certain days, you will stay in a guesthouse, while on others, you will sleep in tents.
  • All meals are provided from breakfast on Day 1 to dinner on day 6. Meals are straightforward, healthy, and vegetarian.
  • If you need it, we will provide all hiking equipment, such as a sleeping bag, cooking and dining tent, utensils, a mattress, a tent, a toilet tent, and crampons.
  • First-aid medical equipment, an oxygen cylinder, and a stretcher are all available.
  • All required forest access fees and permissions.
  • Your walk will be conducted by educated, experienced professional guides and trek leaders with strong guiding backgrounds, specific nature and trekking expertise, medical certificates, and an enthusiasm for leading people into spectacular terrain.

Excludes Cost

  • Personal expenses of any kind are prohibited.
  • Anything else you want to know, please.
  • The trek cost does not include meals purchased on the first and last days of the route. Food is served from supper at the base camp on the first day to breakfast on the last day.
  • Mules or porter fees to transport private luggage (offloading) Bag charges are Rs. 500 per day, per bag. It should be noted that the bag's weight should not exceed 11 kg.
  • Any type of emergency evacuation fee.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Bali pass trek for beginners?

The Bali Pass trail is quite difficult and is not meant for beginners. It has some extremely narrow trails and some risky areas, which calls for technical skills that only a seasoned trekker possesses. Up to Ruinsara Tal, the trek is moderate.

How long is Bali Pass Trek?

The Bali Pass trek route is a relatively shorter duration trek that requires walking of less than 60 Km trail. Although the pass itself at ~ 16000 ft offers a variety of elements and associated challenges.

Is Bali Pass difficult?

Bali Pass Trek is a difficult level trek i.e. it requires more strength and endurance than easy and moderate-level treks. It is a high-altitude trek climbing to the height of 4950 meters.

Where is Bali Pass Trek?

Bali Pass Trek a Connecting Ruinsara valley to Yamunotri valley in the Garhwal Himalayas Uttarakhand. Bali Pass Trek lies at the height Altitude of 4953 Meters. The Bali Pass Trek starts from Sankri Base Camp, which is the base camp of more than twenty-five Treks In Uttarakhand, and Ends at Trek Yamunotri Jankichatti.

How hard is the 3 passes trek?

The three passes trek is rated “Challenging”. It is a very serious adventure given its high pass crossings. It is more challenging than its sibling treks Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes, but not quite as challenging as trekking peaks such as Island Peak and Mera Peak.

Can we go on a trek without guide?

There are several treks in India that are not only beginner friendly but can also be completed without guided assistance. To make the task easier for you, I’ve listed down some beginner-friendly treks in India, along with trail information and details on the availability of campsites.

Bali Pass Trek Route Map

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Bali Pass Trek
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Trip Facts

  • 4950m
  • Dehradun
  • Taxi, Tempo Traveller
  • Hotel, Camp, Tents
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Certified & Expert
  • May, June, September, October
  • 13
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