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Bali pass Trek
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₹ 16,500

Dehradun to Dehradun

GST @ 5% is applicable on the fee.

Region :- Uttarakhand
Duration :- 9 Days
Grade :- Modrate 
Max Altitude :- 16,200 Ft.
Approx Trekking Km :- 60 Kms.

Brief Description

Bali Pass trek a not therefore well-liked trek. amazingly, it goes on the notable places of the range. the primary one being Yamunotri, the Dhaam of the Chaar Dhaam yatra.Followed by it’s Har ki Doon vale then Ruinsara lake and Osla village. better-known for direct spectacles of Swargrohini and Bandarpoonch peaks, this trek is literally a stairs to heaven. Not several apprehend that this pass connects Har ki Doon and Ruinsara vale. As high as 16,207 ft this pass could be a tough trek giving the raw adventures. . Bali pass trek is one of the best treks in Uttarakhand. Not solely that summit itself is tiny that may work solely 20-30 people. The pass offers a 360-degree read of Swargarohini, Banderpooch and Garhwal peaks. 

Through Bali pass trek, one gets to relish the daring a part of the spiritual Yamunotri valley. the trail goes through villages that emits extravaganza of previous village life. The genuine fantastic thing about Osla and Ghangad villages provides an insight into ancient however trendy Himalayan manner. Then comes Debshu Bugyal. rather like any alpine meadows, this enhances the wonder of the Bali pass trek. It additionally completes the trek altogether terms. Ruinsara Tal is that the cherry on the cake of this trek. it’s a magnifying supply of beauty that reflects everything around it with a filter of magnificence. The climax is that the summit climb to Bali pass that is often snow-packed creating no nearer to a cake-walk. If ascend isn’t enough, the descend can blow your mind and satisfy your each crazy nerve.


The other trekking companies are just companies who have the essence of trekking in the Himalayas but Himalayan Tourismo doesn’t have that essence because it is ardently rooted from the knowledge and significance of Himalayas. The members of Himalayan Tourismo have been trekking the Himalayas for decades and some of them born and brought up very next to the Himalayas.

Our mountaineers have not completed their mountaineering training and course under well-organized institutions only but they also learned a lot by living in the Himalayas, their DNA belongs to the Himalayas as they are the son of these massive mountains since their birth. We know each and everything about the trekking areas of Himalayas in detail to make your trekking and camping journey even more exploratory and impulsive.

Dehradun to Sankri

• Altitude: 1,950m/6,400ft (Sankri).
• 220 km drive – approx 10 hours.
• Pick up time 06.00 am at the parking of Dehradun railway station.
• Expected arrival time to Sankri – 5:00 pm.
• Keep original and copy of ID proof handy, have to show at the forest check post of Sankri.
• Available network BSNL (erratic).
• Breakfast and lunch on the way (not included in the cost).
• After Pulora keep a warm jacket handy.
• Local Market is available.
• Full functioning AMT at Pulora.
• Sankari is the last road head to the Govind Balabh Pant Wildlife Sanctuary.
• Dinner at guest house (included in the cost).
• Stay in Guest House (twin or triple sharing).

Sankri to Seema via Taluka

• Altitude: 2,600m/8,500ft (Seema) and 2,100m/6,700ft (Taluka).
• Altitude difference: 650m/2,100ft.
• Sankri to Taluka drive 12km, 1 hour.
• Taluka to Seema trek 12km, 7-8 hours.
• Most of the trail is gradual ascent.
• Walk though the Supin River.
• Trek is in the forest of Deodar trees, Bamboo, wild roses, irises and chestnut.
• Enough source of water on the way.
• Osla village is opposite to Seema.
• Packed lunch on the way.
• Stay in tent (Twin sharing).

Seema to Rainbasera

• Altitude: 3,100m/10,200ft.
• Altitude difference: 500m/1,700ft.
• Trek: 10km, 6-7 hours.
• Moderate to difficult ascent and descent.
• Can see the confluence of Har Ki Dun and Ruinsara rivers.
• magnificent view of Black Peak (Kala Nag) from Debshu Bugyal.
• Trek along with the Ruinsara river.
• Mixed scenery of forest, meadows and boulders.
• Enough source of water.
• Packed lunch for the day.
• Stay in tent.

Rainbasera to Ruinsara Tal

• Altitude: 3,600m/11,800ft (Ruinsara Tal).
• Altitude difference: 500m/1,700ft.
• Trek: 7 km, 4-5 hours.
• Moderate ascent.
• Ruinsara lake is surrounded by meadows and rhododendron bushes.
• Mixed trail of boulders and meadows.
• Can see waterfall on the way.
• Enough source of water.
• View from camp site: Yamuna Kanta (the pass which takes you to Yamunotri), Banderpooch Peak, Dhumdhar Kandi Black Peak (Kala Nag) and White Peak.
• Packed lunch on the way and light lunch at camp site.
• Camping near by the lake.
• Stay in tent.

Ruinsara Tal to Odari

• Altitude: 4,000m/13,100ft.
• Altitude difference: 400m/1,300ft.
• Trek: 4km, 3-4 hours.
• Peaks: Swargarohini.
• Steep and gradual mixed ascent.
• Limited source of water.
• River crossing by making human chain.
• Odari means a naturally made rock cave.
• it is believed that Bali (Hanuman’s brother) stayed in Odari for one night.
• Hot lunch at the camp site.
• Stay in tent.

Odari to Bali col camp

• Altitude: 4,600m/15,100ft.
• Altitude difference: 600m/2,000ft.
• Trek: 5 km, 6-7 hours.
• Steep and technical ascent .
• walk on a mountain ridge.
• No source of water.
• Packed lunch on the way and lite lunch at camp site.
• Stay in tent.

Bali col cmap to Lower Dhamni via Bali Pass

• Altitude: Bali Pass 4,950m/16,200ft, Lowar Dhamni 3,400m/11,100ft.
• Altitude difference: -1,200m/4,000ft.
• Trek: 14km, 10-11 hours.
• Steep and technical ascent of 1-1.5 hours till the Bali Pass.
• Summit View: Bandarpoonch, Kalanag (Black Peak), Ruinsara and Yamuntori side, logical route to Saptarishikund.
• After Bali pass, half of the trek is technical descent.
• Always stay with Trek Leader or Guide because the route after the pass is confusing.
• Packed lunch on the way.
• Carry enough water from your camp site (Bali col).
• Stay in tent.

Lower Dhamni to Jaan ki Chatti

• Altitude: 2,600m/8,500ft.
• Altitude difference: 800m/2600ft.
• Trek: 8km, 4-5 hours.
• Easy and well-defined trail.
• Visit Yamunotri temple.
• Take a dip in the Sulphur hot water springs of Yamnotri.
• Enough source of water.
• Packed Lunch for the trek and lite lunch at guest house.
• Stay in guest house.

 Jaan ki Chatti to Dehradun

• 170km, 8hours drive.
• You will be dropped at Dehradun station in a Tata Sumo or a similar vehicle.
• Drop to Dehradun is included in the cost.
• Breakfast and lunch on the way (not included in the cost).
• Driving time to Dehradun may increase due to of heavy traffic. Make your further travel plane from Dehradun after 8:00 pm.

Ajay Negi
Ajay Negi@ajaynegi
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Thank you HT and special thanks to very efficient and friendly trek leader Nitin for making our trek easy and enjoyable.
Alok Tomar
Alok Tomar@Aloktomar
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Good organisation of the trek and excellent food provided!

What trekkers are supposed to carry with them for trekking and camping trip.

Before you join the trekking trip so please make sure to carry following things.

  • Trekking Shoes (water proof)
  • Water proof jacket.
  • Sunglass
  • Sun’s Cream and Lotion
  • Do carry as warm clothes as they the can withstand against the hardcore temperature hitting at -5 to -21 degree.

Stick to this point very cautiously that you have to have to carry winter clothes. 

List of Does

  • You can carry your personal belongings.
  • You can carry eatable things.
  • You ought to abide by the guidelines and instructions of our mountaineers during the trekking and camping trick as it is for your safety.

List of Doesn’t

  • Carrying liquor is strictly prohibited.
  • Don’t bring your pets since it may be risky for them.

Facilities and inconvenience

  • Last ATM falls at Mori, Uttarkashi. So Withdraw the needed cash with you.
  • No Mobile Network Coverage during the entire Trekking and Camping trip.

Age bar and Medical disclamation

Trekkers above 8 years old and upto 60 years of old are allowed to take part in trip.

Himalayan Tourismo payment norms and the cancellation policy 

  • Once payment is done then it will not be refunded thoroughly but the 50 % of payment is refundable in case of cancellation by clients or trekkers.
  • Payment can be made by cash or card(debit/credit)

Modes of payments:

  1. Pay Pal
  2. Google pay
  3. Phone Pe
  • 5 % of GST is additional on every trekking trip.
  • If you come across any query regarding the payment and Charges you can contact us on: Customer Support Number.

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