At a height of 16240 feet, the Bali Pass walk between Yamunotri and Har Ki Dun Valley is a challenging trip that experienced hikers should attempt.

The Bali Pass hike begins in Uttarakhand's Sankri hamlet and concludes at Janki Chatti. The Bandarpoonch, Kalanag, and Swargarohini peaks may all be seen from this trail. The Dev Thach alpine meadows, located in the heart of the Ruinsara forest, are worth seeing. The Ruinsara Lake is unsurpassed in its beauty and majesty, and it has a legendary narrative attached to it. Trekkers who want to experience nature at its finest and challenge their boundaries might consider the Bali Pass climb. May to June and September to October are the finest months to go on a Bali Pass hike.

To complete this journey successfully, one must have a high level of physical and mental stamina due to the difficult terrain, steep ascents and descents, thrilling mountain crossings, and limited paths.

Day 1: From Dehradun to Sankri (6-7hrs)
Report to the hamlet of Sanski, which is located in the Govind Pashu National Park. Sankri is a 6-7-hour journey from Dehradun, covering a distance of 197.2 kilometres. During your journey, you'll pass through a National Park with diverse flora and animals. This will captivate you and keep you from being fatigued. The tranquilly and beauty of the voyage are both worth noting. As a result, make sure you don't fall asleep throughout the journey to Sankri village. You will be assigned accommodations at the local guesthouse as soon as you arrive in Sankri. Explore the local culture and customs to recharge your batteries after a long travel.

Day 2: Drive from Sankri to Taluka and then trek to Seema Camp( 7-8hrs)
Drive from Sankri to Taluka in the early morning. It'll take an hour to get there. At Taluka, you will be served a wonderful breakfast before beginning your walk to Seema Camp. You'll pass through lush forests of chestnuts, willows, and conifer trees along the way. You'll also come across some impressive cascades of waterfalls. The path is straightforward and level. Further up, it splits, and we may either take the steeper, shorter climb through Dhatmeer hamlet or the one by Karmanasha creek. Both of these options will take you to Gangaar village. Continue hiking up to the Seema campground. This is the first stop on the journey, and you'll be sleeping in tents here. Dinner will be served beneath the stars, followed by an overnight stay in tents. Depending on the weather, enjoyable activities will be planned.

Day 3: From Seemacamp to Rainbasera trek (4-5hrs)
After a great breakfast, the next day begins early in the morning. We continue our walk along the Supin River. Debshu Bugyal, with the towering Kalanag visible ahead in the valley, is our first breakthrough. Your trek will be rewarded with spectacular views of Kalanag. Debshu Bugyal is a wonderful camping spot. With September, the lush green meadow will be covered in a carpet of small blossoming flowers in a rainbow of hues. The verdant meadow will be encircled by blossoming Rhododendrons in April and May. It's also a fantastic spot to see the birds. The trail declines, with loose gravel and sand covering the way. After that, we'll cross the Supin River Bridge. The route then ascends once more, and the Supin now flows on the right. We have a few tough stretches ahead of us before we get at the campground. Tents will be used for dinner and overnight stays. The Milky Way may be seen filling the whole horizon in the night sky, which is a sight to behold.
Day 4 - From Rainbasera to Ruinsara Tal Trek (4-5hrs)

The route leaves the Supin river and climbs into the Ruinsara valley. Ruinsara's magnificent summit comes into view. We'll be nearing 11,000 feet and will get to the Ruinsara Tal or the glacial lake in no time. Endless meadows and rhododendron shrubs surround the glacier lake. Here you may practise your photography skills. Instead of tents, spent the night in a wooden cabin. The campground offers some breathtaking views of the natural splendour that surrounds it. The Yamuna Kanta is to the south, while the majestic Mt. Bandarpoonch, at a breathtaking 21,000 feet in all its splendour, lies to the east. Kalanag and White Peak are also visible from this vantage point. Dinner will be served beneath the stars, followed by an overnight stay in tents. Take in the beauty that surrounds you. Hopefully, you will have enough time to relax and prepare for the impending challenges in the coming days.

Day 4: From Ruinsara Tal to Odari (4-5hrs)
The goal for the next day is to get to Odari. The hike is quite short and straightforward. Except for the substantial altitude rise, the distance is not very challenging. We descend through the Supin River's dense woods and cross it through a bridge. We'll continue down the river to the south-east. After a few kilometres of walking, we turn south-west. The lush vegetation will soon give way to a rough rocky landscape, leading us to Odari, our next campground. The sun is really intense in the early summer. When trekking on snow, you should use UV protection eyewear to protect your eyes. In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Odari, an old rock cave, is supposed to be Bali's shelter. You will learn about the history and culture of India, as well as the stories of Bali and the Ramayana. We'll have a practise session in the evening when we'll teach you a handful of methods that will help you go forward in the coming days. The day will come to a close with an overnight stay in the tents.

Day 5: From Ruinsara Tal to Odari (4-5hrs)
The goal for the next day is to get to Odari. The hike is quite short and straightforward. Except for the substantial altitude rise, the distance is not very challenging. We descend through the Supin River's dense woods and cross it through a bridge. We'll continue down the river to the south-east. After a few kilometres of walking, we turn south-west. The lush vegetation will soon give way to a rough rocky landscape, leading us to Odari, our next campground. The sun is really intense in the early summer. When trekking on snow, you should use UV protection eyewear to protect your eyes. In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Odari, an old rock cave, is supposed to be Bali's shelter. You will learn about the history and culture of India, as well as the stories of Bali and the Ramayana. We'll have a practise session in the evening when we'll teach you a handful of methods that will help you go forward in the coming days. The day will come to a close with an overnight stay in the tents.

Day 6: From Odari to Bali Pass Base Camp (3-4hrs)
The gorgeous dawn will begin early in the morning, and it will leave you speechless for a minute. We keep going until we reach the Bali pass, where we will camp for the night. The day starts at a fairly early hour. Following breakfast, the walk continues across the snowfields. To get farther, we'll employ ice and rock methods. Our trek guides will undoubtedly look after you. Because the portion is steep, the ascent is difficult. The really cold weather and the snow paths are both hard and fascinating. We get to enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the nearby hills. The route narrows to less than 6 inches in several spots. We arrive in Upper Dhamni and relax for a while before continuing on. We begin walking towards Lower Dhamni after a time. Lower Dhamni is a unique wooded region with steep hills. Tents will be used for the night.

Day 7: From Bali Pass Base camp to lower dhamni (9-10hrs)
The gorgeous dawn will begin early in the morning, and it will leave you speechless for a minute. We keep going until we reach the Bali pass, where we will camp for the night. The day starts at a fairly early hour. Following breakfast, the walk continues across the snowfields. To get farther, we'll employ ice and rock methods. Our trek guides will undoubtedly look after you. Because the portion is steep, the ascent is difficult. The really cold weather and the snow paths are both hard and fascinating. We get to enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the nearby hills. The route narrows to less than 6 inches in several spots. We arrive in Upper Dhamni and relax for a while before continuing on. We begin walking towards Lower Dhamni after a time. Lower Dhamni is a unique wooded region with steep hills. Tents will be used for the night.

Day 8: From lower Dhamni to Jaan ki chatti via yamunotri
The trek's final day has arrived. You can get up early in the morning for one final breath of fresh air, shoot a few photos as memories to look back on, and watch the last sunrise from the campground. As this is the last day of the journey, you will be served breakfast and certain activities will be conducted in groups. The route then continues for an hour through a beautiful forest, eventually leading to a paved trail that ascends all the way to Yamunotri. You may go to the popular Yamunotri shrine here. To wash away the tiredness, enjoy a relaxing swim in the boiling hot water springs of Yamunotri. We continue down the Yamuna, following the pilgrims' path to Jaan Ki Chatti, a tiny bustling village where we will spend the night in a guest home. The next day, you'll leave for Dehradun, bringing this incredible journey to a close.

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  • Forest Fees
  • Trekking Gears
  • Arrival dinner to last day breakfast
  • Pick & Drop as per Itinerary
  • No pickup and drop from/for your home.
  • (Porters/mules) will not included.
  • No Personal Expenses Cover.
  • Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
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