Bali Pass Trek

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About Bali Pass Trek

The journey of trekking tours in India is something which could be experienced rather than read and felt. Trek in Uttrakhand gives you that opportunity to explore the grandeur Himalayas situated in north India.

Bali pass trek is one of the treks in Uttrakhand sometimes also referred to as Yamunotri trek was an ancient trekking route from the Tons river valley to the Yamuna river valley.

It continues to draw in trekkers during the monsoon season when the snow melts and the pass is accessible from both sides. The pass is more accessible from the Har ki Dun valley as the slope is small and gives good time for the trekkers to accelerate fine to the altitude.

The Bali pass trek starts from Sankri and passes through the Govind National Park, which is famous for its wildflowers. It also gives one a possibility to visit the lake at Ruinsara on the way and to explore the less visited path over Yamunotri pass to Yamunotri temple.

The grassland near the lake is a perfect place to rest and one can explore the nearby peaks and passes. The picturesque beauty of the Bali pass trek makes it a Perfect campsite destination.

Another particular of this adventurous Yamunotri trek is that it gives one the content of camping above 4,000 m. Bali pass was made popular by Jack Gibson, a teacher at the Doon school in the late 1940s. Bali pass trek is not for beginners in trekking due to altitude height of Bali pass along with the tricky snow slopes which increase the difficulty of the trekkers.

The encompassing peaks and glaciers in the Swargarohini Range and Banderpoonch range are a mountaineer's delight which is not easily accessed through other treks like Har Ki Dun which make Bali pass Trek unique among the other treks in Uttrakhand.

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Although adventure tourism of India has various options for you to do so, nothing can beat the technique of going to mountains. Travelling is young, so travel when you are young. Experience will far more valuable than your time and money that you will be spending.

When we talk of travelling, Himalayan trekking is some serious fun. Trekking tours are the best way to deal with underconfidence and overconfidence at the same time and one such adventurous Himalayan trekking tour of India is Bali pass.

Bali pass trek also known as the virgin trek is one of the least explore trek in Uttrakhand. The elevation height of Bali pass trek is 4800m. Bali pass has maintained its natural beauty and is the pandora box of alluring flora and fauna of the Great Himalayas.

Bali pass continues along the edges of Yamuna river and provides you with a picturesque view of its beautiful peaks. The major attraction of Bali pass trek is pine forests of Govind peshu national park, the beautiful campsite of Rainbasera, Yamnotri temple and many more.

Along with these beautiful places Bali pass trek also gives you the amphitheatre view of beautiful treks in the Himalayas like Kala Nag/black peak, Swargarohini peak 1and 2.Trek in Uttrakhand seems a difficult tour in India with budget and time issues.

 

Location and how to reach

Bali pass trek is easy to reach out destination. Sankri is the base camp for Bali pass trek. It can be easily reached by road from Dehradun.

Nearest airport: Jolly grant airport.

Nearest railway station: Dehradun

Best time

Trekking trip to Bali pass can be planned from May end-June, September to October.

Itinerary

Day 01: Dehradun to Sankri drive; 7 hours' drive 200 km

You will reach Dehradun early in the morning so that Sankari village can be reached by evening. The drive from Dehradun to Sankari will be interesting and full of fun.

While you will be passing through the final stretch of the drive you will be driving through Govind Peshu National park. Once you will reach Sankri either you can book guest rooms or you can also pitch tents over here.

Day 02: Sankri (1,920 m) to Seema (2,560 m)via Taluka (2,050 m);1 hour drive 5-6 hours' hike: 14 km

The day begins with delicious breakfast and after that, you can head to Taluka. The trail is little bumpy and rocky, so you have to be careful while trekking through this stretch of Taluka.

With the river Supin gushing through rapids beside you, under the shade of walnut, pine and other trees, the walk will be pleasant with local villagers greeting you during the trek.

The path crosses over a few streams which merge with Supin. After a few hours of walk, the village of Ganga can be seen towards the left, across the river.

You will continue your hike for another 1 hr until when the village of Osla unfolds itself. Seema is a tiny settlement opposite to the river from Osla. Here at Osla, you can pitch your own tent or you can also stay at the houses of local people.

Day 03: Seema (2,560 m) to Roiltia or Waterfall camp (3,350 m);6-7 hours hike: 13 km

On this day, you 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. The walk through the forest is beautiful, with Kalanag (6387) visible straight ahead in the valley.

You can put a camp near the waterfall and enjoy the cold breeze of water droplets in the air.

Day 04: Waterfall to Ruinsara lake (3,600 m);2 hours hike: 4 km

After camping near waterfall you will head towards Ruinsara lake. 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. Overnight in camps near the lake.

Day 05: Ruinsara lake - rest and explore

On trekking from past 4 days, you can rest near the lake and spend the day exploring the nearby glaciers and valleys. This will help you to acclimatize before the next day's climb to the pass.

You can also visit the Kyarkoti which is the base camp for Black peak (Kalanag) and Dumdar Kandi pass.

Day 06: Ruinsara lake to Godari (4,100 m);4h hike: 4 km

You have to start early form Ruinsara so that by evening you will be able to reach Godari. Along the glacier Moraine, there is a beautiful campsite place where you can easily spend your day exploring the beautiful miracle of nature.

Day 07:Godari (4,100 m) to upper Dhamni (4,000 m) via Bali pass (4,900 m);7 hours hike: 15 km

We start very early today. The trail heads down south, over the ridge. It is a fairly short but steep climb up to the Bali pass on the southern ridge.

A lot of glacial peaks will be encountered here. Once you will reach the top of Bali pass you will be surprised to see the scenic beauty of this peak.

Along with Bali pass top, it will embrace you with the picturesque view of Banderpunch peaks on a clear day.

After exploring the Bali pass now you can start your return journey. You will descend to Alpine zone from Bali pass to the Camping grounds of Upper Dhamni.

Day 08: Upper Dhamni to Yamunotri to Janki Chatti (2,400 m);7-8 hours hike: 12 km

Today we continue with return journey from Bali pass and trek to forested areas heading towards Yamunotri.

You can also visit the Shrine of Yamunotri during the return journey to Janki Chatti.

Day 09: Janki Chatti to Dehradun;7 h drive: 180 km

This is the final day of the trip and you will drive back to Dehradun.

Difficulty level

Bali pass trek is not for beginners in trekking. It is a difficult trek in comparison with other treks in Uttrakhand.

Weather

Bali pass weather is usually around 20⁰C Max too -5⁰C Mini.

Meal

Hot and fresh meals will be served at the campsite. While you will be trekking Bali pass packed food will be served.

Inclusion

  • Transport will be provided from the first day to last day of Bali pass trek. Guide and cook fees.
  • Rent for camping equipment.
  • Forest entry charges.
  • Porter and mule support to carry camping equipment. Please note that personal luggage can be carried by mules and/or porters on chargeable basis.
  • All veg meals starting from day 1 dinner to day 9 breakfast.
  • Tented accommodation throughout the trek.

Exclusion

  • Transport to reach Dehradun from hometown.
  • Personal expenses like tips, personal medicines, phone calls etc.
  • Any transport support during the trek apart from what is included above.
  • Accommodation in Dehradun.
  • Personal luggage with mass not exceeding12 kgper bag per person can be carried by porters/mules @ Rs 300per day per bag.

ATM Points and Connectivity

There is No atm facility in Bali pass. It is advisable to carry cash with you.BSNL can be easily connected network that will be available for Bali pass trekking.

Permissions/Passes/Permit

There are required entry fees at a certain checkpoint, permit for trek and obligatory forest camping charges in the region for the entire length of the trek.

Things to carry

Following are the list of items which should be carried personally.

  • Backpack and rain cover
  • Walking stick
  • Water bottle
  • Winter clothes like thermal wear, jackets and hand clubs.
  • Personal utility products like moisturiser, hand sanitiser, sunscreen, lip balm. 

Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-30 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the our service partner will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity.
  • For all the above choices, you can transfer your tickets to your friends. We would be more than happy to have them on board and you could save your hard earned money.

Refund Policy

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller's togedr wallet.

COVID 19 additional measures

  • Members travelling should practice social distancing.
  • If the trek/trip gets cancelled due to any pandemic or government’s order, there would be no refund instead the plan will get postponed.
  • Everyone travelling should have the ‘Arogya Setu App’ installed on their phones.

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Duh, yes! Atmanirbhar Indians do it all. Hence, it is necessary.

We suggest you to be safe at this time and use your own vehicle to reach the destination. If necessary, we can also arrange for a fully sanitised taxi from the pickup point to the property and back.

Umm, unfortunately no! This is only for yours and traveller’s safety. Get back to us when things are normal.

Not a lot but, hard copies of ICMR approved COVID RT-PCR negative test report, the E-permit pass for the state you’re travelling to, original address proof and govt. issued ID proof are the only ones.

In that case, these are the two choices you have for yourself.
  • You can simply cancel the bookings for staying in the property and get back to your home. We would give full refund in this case.
  • You can undergo the quarantine period as said by the local authorities and resume the stay at the property. You would be charged only for the amount you are going to stay there.

Things are really uncertain at this point of time and it will not be a surprise if this happens. So, we will refund your entire amount and you will have to go back to your home.

In this case, we would suggest you to get checked at the nearest COVID centre labs around you. If you are found positive, you’ll have to undergo institutional quarantine and have to follow all the government regulations and guidelines. If you are found negative, you can resume staying in the booked property.

Our recommendation would be more than 7 nights. This is to minimise the overall influx of people entering and exiting state borders in short intervals.

Just draft an email and send it to your stay coordinator. You can write in the mail the later dates for which you want to book your stay and your stays will be postponed.

  • To begin with, we are checking all the mandatory health reports and making a file of it
  • We are checking the travel history of the travellers
  • We are not taking anyone who shows even the slightest possibility of cough, cold, or any other symptom
  • The properties are well sanitised
  • We are involving minimal human interaction
  • We are taking extra care of sanitisation

It might happen in this uncertain time so you can transfer that voucher to your family members or friends to not let them get wasted.

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Nothing much, basically what you have been doing all these while.
  • Social distancing
  • Not touching anyone
  • Wearing masks
  • Washing hands and face frequently
  • Using gloves
  • Using hand sanitiser
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Avoid coming in contact with someone who shows even the slightest signs of cough, cold, or fever.

Of course, but not all the time. Not when you are safe in the sanitised area. Not when you are alone. Not when you are with your closed ones who you know are safe.

Just practise social distancing, use sanitiser on hands, wear a mask, wear gloves, do not come in contact with anyone closely, take bath with soap as you end your journey, drink warm water, and wash your hands with soap.

Reviews(5)

4.2
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Rana
03 Apr, 2018
it was first time for trekking in such a huge altitude. And when I reached the peak , I didn’t feel like coming down the mountain. The view from there was marvellous. I had an amazing time in the trek. I developed a new kind of strength in me that I never realized before. the scenic beauty is awesome. it was a thrilling journey all together. people were very supportive and helped us whenever we needed help. one should be mentally prepared to cover such a long distance.
it was first time for trekking in such a huge altitude. And when I reached the peak , I didn’t feel like coming down the mountain. The view from there was marvellous. I had an amazing time in the trek. I developed a new kind of strength in me that I never realized before. the scenic beauty is awesome. it was a thrilling journey all together. people were very supportive and helped us whenever we needed help. one should be mentally prepared to cover such a long distance.
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Rony
06 Feb, 2018
when my friends decided to go to the Bali pass trek which is a 9 day long trek, I was really scared of the fact. I have never gone to such long treks. But when I completed the trek , I felt really good, its as if I have achieved something after the trek. The beautiful valleys , snowy mountains , flora and fauna is something i will treasure throughout my life.
when my friends decided to go to the Bali pass trek which is a 9 day long trek, I was really scared of the fact. I have never gone to such long treks. But when I completed the trek , I felt really good, its as if I have achieved something after the trek. The beautiful valleys , snowy mountains , flora and fauna is something i will treasure throughout my life.
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Udbhav
23 Nov, 2017
The Bali pass trek is a long trek. In total it was 9 days trek. We covered the Har Ki dun valley, the Govind national park, and a lot of valleys enroute. I enjoyed a lot while trekking. I had an awesome journey in Bali pass trek.
The Bali pass trek is a long trek. In total it was 9 days trek. We covered the Har Ki dun valley, the Govind national park, and a lot of valleys enroute. I enjoyed a lot while trekking. I had an awesome journey in Bali pass trek.
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Mahesh
06 Sep, 2017
Bali pass trek is one of the highest treks and peaks of Uttrakhand. And when you reach at the top of the peak the feeling is just priceless. I never felt the same way before.
Bali pass trek is one of the highest treks and peaks of Uttrakhand. And when you reach at the top of the peak the feeling is just priceless. I never felt the same way before.
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Amiya
04 Mar, 2017
The North India has got so many unexplored places. Bali Pass trek is one of them which is not exploredd by the trekkers because of its high altitude but perfect for adventurers.
The North India has got so many unexplored places. Bali Pass trek is one of them which is not exploredd by the trekkers because of its high altitude but perfect for adventurers.

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