India's Favorite Crossover Trek
Bali Pass Expedition
May – June & September - October
₹ 18499 + 5% GST
“Not all those who wander are lost.”
+ Rs. 2100.00 Single Accommodation Tent
+ Rs. 4284 Backpack Offloading
+ Rs. 2200 Dehradun - Dehradun
+ Rs. 371 Mandatory Insurance
Crossing Har Ki Dun Valley to Yamunotri Valley, Bali Pass Trek offers you majestic views of some of the largest peaks in the Himalayas.
It's on you to decide whether summer is more challenging or Bali Pass Trek. Lying far away from Har Ki Doon Valley to all the way to Yamunotri, on the way to Bali Pass you can witness the magnificence of the Himalayas like no other. The trek to Bali Pass leads to the confluence of the Tons and Ruinsara rivers and the meadows of Devsu Thatch and RainBasera. What lies ahead is a 'longer' challenge at 16,207 feet, with a whole new range of Bali Pass Bandarpunchh, Kalanag and Swargarohini peaks.
Day 1:-Dehradun to Sankri(Drive 200 km, 10 hours drive)
This day, you will drive from Dehradun pickup point to Sankri/Taluka, a village in Uttarkashi District. The total distance from Dehradun to Sankri is around 200 km and it takes roughly 8 hr to reach the destination from the starting point.
The last ATM is at Purola so please keep the case money as required. Stay in Lodge or Homestay.
Note* The booking will not include lunch for the day. It's all-inclusive from Sankri, we will take care of your meals and lodging.
Night Stay: Stay in a homestay or hotel.
Altitude: 1920 m
Day 2:- Sankri to Seema/Osla (6-7 hours/14 km Trek)
After having morning breakfast, you will start your trek from Sankri /Taluka to Seema. You will cover 14 Kms and it will take you around 6-7 hrs. Spend the night in the tents provided. Either you will take a taxi to drive from Sankri to Taluka which takes around an hour. Or you will start trekking towards Osla, which is located at an altitude of around 2500 m.
You will pass through the Siyan Gad after crossing a bridge and then you will find two routes, one leads to Dhatmir village and the other to Osla. After crossing a bridge of the Supin river you will encounter wild orchids. Barking deers are also found in this region but for that, you need to be lucky. During winters, you can also encounter snow leopards here.
Tonight you will be spending your night in comfortable camps underneath the sky, you will be provided with a bonfire where you can enjoy yourself with your friends or you can warm yourself.
Trek: 14 km
Altitude: 2600 m
Day 3: Seema to Rainbasera (4-5 hours/ 9 km Trek)
Today you will trek along the Supin river. After walking a few km you will reach Debshu Bugyal. Debsu Bugyal is a place from where you will get first view of mighty Kala Nag Parvat which is also known as Black Peak. After capturing beautiful moments you will cross Debshu Bugyal and descend through the forest to reach a small river. Following the river, you will reach our campsite ar Rainbasera, which is by the side of the river.
Overnight stay in Camps.
Trek: 9 km
Altitude: 3086 m
Day 4: Rainbasera to Ruinsara Tal ( 4-5 hours / 7.5 km)
Start your day trekking along the Supin River. You will reach Ruinsara Lake by evening. Ruinsara Tal is one of the most beautiful lakes in the upper Himalayas of Uttarakhand.
If you are a photographer then this place is for you. You can see Yamuna Kantha Pass crossing where you can reach Yamunotri. You can capture the beautiful Banderpoonch Peak at an altitude of 6387 m.
Trek: 7.5 km
Altitude: 3565 m
Day 5: Ruinsara Tal to Odari (4 hours / 4 KM)
Today you will do an easy trek which includes descending towards the Supin River and crossing a bridge. After that, you will hike towards small meadows to reach basecamp at Odari.
In the local language, Odari means a natural rock cave. Local believe that Bali who was the brother of Hanuman Ji lived here in the cave. From the campsite, you can enjoy the view of Swargarohini Peaks (1&2)
Trek: 4 km
Altitude: 4008 m
Day 6: Odari to Base Camp ( 4 hours / 3.25 KM)
After having your early morning breakfast you will start your journey towards Bali Pass Base Camp. Today you will hike through a ridge at an inclination of 60 degrees and the track is covered with stones and rocks.
You will be camping today at an altitude of 4678 m and they day is very important since its easy to get AMS on the this height.
Trek: 3.25 km
Altitude: 4678 m
Day 7: Base Camp to Lower Dhamini via Bali Pass( 8-9 hours / 10 KM)
Wake up early in the morning to enjoy the view. After breakfast, we will start your journey towards Bali Pass. Today's journey is very thrilling and full of snow. Bali Pass lies at an altitude of 4954 m and provides you mesmerising view of Swargarohini and Banderpoonch.
After enjoying your memorable day Bali Pass we will decent towards Lower Dhamini at an altitude of 3415m.
Trek: 10 km
Altitude: 3415 m
Day 8: Lower Dhamini to Janki Chatti via Yamunotri Temple( 8-10 hours / 10 KM)
Toilet paper & wipes
Fleece jackets and thermals
Led torch (with extra batteries)
Mosquito & insect repellent
Included in the package
Certified Trek Leaders are provided to you by Walking The Himalayas.
All the trekking essentials like Tents, Sleeping Bags, Gaiters, Crampons, Liners, Cutlery, etc.
All the staff members from team Walking The Himalayas are experienced that includes Guides, Cooking Staff, Helpers, Porters.
We promise our travellers to provide delicious, hygienic & nutritious meals during the trek that includes morning tea, breakfast, lunch, evening snacks & dinner).
Fully equipped medical kit, oxygen and safety equipment.
All forest permits and camping charges.
Not included in the package
Transport to and from Badrinath – Walking The Himalayas will arrange shared taxis for trekkers. These shared taxis will pick you up from Dehradun Railway Station or Airport. Taxi from Dehradun to Sankri costs around Rs. 6000 - 7000 per taxi and Rs. 9000 - 10000 per tempo one way. So if you are in a group of 6 - 10 persons then a taxi/tempo will cost around 1000 per person for one side.
Food during transit to and from the base camp – Walking the Himalayas doesn't include meals purchased during the journey to Gangotri and back.
Backpack offloading charges – If you wish to offload your backpack, there will be an additional charge of Rs. 1,500 - 2000. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 - 10 kgs. Walking The Himalayas does not allow Suitcases/Strollers/Duffel bags during the trek, so if you are bringing these then you have to take care on your own. These charges can vary for last minute offloading in case you decide to offload your bag after reaching Gangotri (Rs.350 per day inclusive of taxes).
Personal expenses - Your trekking package doesn't include any kind of personal expenses.
If your trek gets called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh etc.) we will not refund your money. Instead of money, Walking The Himalayas will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. You can easily redeem that voucher for the same amount for any of the treks available at the same price.
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Cancellation charges are based on the total trek fee, irrespective of the amount paid either full or partial.
The cancellation policy of Walking The Himalayas is based on the original booking time and the original start date of the trek.
If you cancel a trek before 30 days of trek start date and get a full refund after deduction of 1.99% payment processing fee.
If you cancel a trek before 15 days of the trek start date and get a refund after a deduction of 20% of the total trek fee.
If you cancel a trek before 10 days of the trek start date and get a refund after a deduction of 40% of the total trek fee.
If you cancel a trek before 5 days of the trek start date and get a refund after a deduction of 60% of the total trek fee.
The Trek fee is non-refundable if you cancel within 4 days before the trek start date.
Trek cancellation due to weather:
In case of an incomplete trek due to weather conditions, you can opt for the same trek again throughout your lifetime on all our fixed departures for the same trek.
This attempt only covers the trek fee and will not include any rentals or the transportation amount paid earlier.
This is non-transferable.