Bali Pass Trek

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    Overview

    Bali Pass Trek

    Har Ki Dun Valley and Yamunotri are linked by the Bali Road, which is located at an elevation of 4,940 metres in Uttarakhand. The Bali Pass trek allows you to enjoy the unspoiled charm of the exotic Ruinsara valley and the thick Devsu Thach meadows in the Himalayas. It runs through the Ruinsara and Tons Rivers’ confluence. The area has an alpine zone of dense, raw greenery. The path travels through scenic valleys, forested fields, meadows, boulder ranges, and areas prone to landslides. Since certain parts need ropes and an ice axe to ensure a clear route, the equipment is necessary. Read More

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    Itinerary Details

    Dehradun to Sankri
    Dehardun is the starting point for the Bali Pass trek. The trekkers must arrive before 6:30 a.m. for a breathtaking trip to Sankri, the basecamp. The scenic drive takes you along adventurous Himalayan paths, where you can enjoy an amazing long drive and stop for lunch in the centre. Sankri is a bustling village in Uttarakashi's Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, located 220 kilometres from Dehradun. Arrive in the evening and check into a hotel that has been pre-booked. Now, in your spare time, go wandering in the enchanting village. Sankri market is a bustling but beautiful location with a few local-owned shops and a few restaurants. The connectivity in this area is weak, but there are intermittent BSNL and Vodafone signals. The beauty of nature and the setting sun, which makes the Himalayan peaks golden, is a sight to behold. After that, head to the hotel and spend the night there.
    Day - 1
    Sankri to Cheludgad via Taluka
    You'll take a taxi to Taluka today, and the trek will begin from there. So, get up early, get in your booked car, and enjoy the ride down a scenic path that passes through a lush forest. Taluka is a village with a few apartments, hotels, and shops that provide basic necessities and lodging. The adventurous Bali Pass trek begins here, and the trail promises stunning views of snow-capped giant peaks during your trip. Now is the time to get started! Pass through the jungle, cross a bridge, and be mesmerised by the Supin River views. Dhatmir village, on the right, comes into view after a continuous trek. Rest for a moment here, then carry on to a green, wide meadow. The path now passes through a lush woodland section with a diverse flora before switching to a mix of flat and steep climb. When you reach the muddy trail after crossing this segment of steep and graded climb, take caution because it can be slippery.
    Day - 2
    Cheludgad to Devsu Thach
    Start your day early and go on the track. After passing a bridge, look to your right for a wooden bridge across the Supin River. The trail is relatively flat and eventually ascends. After a half-hour walk, you'll arrive at Seema, where you'll find a set of Forest and GMVN guest houses as well as some Dhabas. After that, cross the Supin River via another bridge. Take the trail that leads down to the Ruinsara Gorge. Enjoy crossing a stream and passing through a landslide-prone field. There is an area with a collection of big boulders when you approach the Ruinsara park. The river is left below; climb up and take one more look at Osla village. Continue hiking for another half hour before you reach the Devsu Thach meadows, which are in full bloom. The path runs through meadows that are covered by forest. Devsu Thach is 2 kilometres deep, with “The Valley of Gods” and “Har Ki Dun Valley” clearly visible to the left. Hike all the way to the end of these meadows, pitch your tents there, and spend the night in peace.
    Day - 3
    Devsu Thach to Ruinsara Tal/Lake
    The trail then descends steeply to the Ruinsara River below. After 20 minutes of rapid descent, you can reach a wooden bridge that spans the Ruinsara River. Cross it and follow the road into the beautiful Ruinsara gorge. The trail now consists of a series of levelled and incremental ascents over pasturelands and boulders. Pass through some mountain twists and cautiously cross landslide-prone terrain ahead. It is possible that crossing it would be challenging before you meet a waterfall on the left side. From here, the trail descends before quickly ascending again; you are now in the meadows part, which is covered in scree and snow. Go on to a wide meadow, where you can enter Untigad campsite in 30 minutes. The path runs across the Ruinsara River, with Untigad terrain on the left side of a bridge. The path leads to Ruinsara Lake, passing through a birch forest and a boulder zone. After about 45 minutes, take a look at the glacial lake below. The Ruinsara Lake is surrounded by meadows, making it an excellent camping spot.
    Day - 4
    Ruinsara Tal/Lake to Odari
    Start the day early and continue on the trail; today's trek is not easy and involves cautious crossing. It will include river crossings, rock jumping, and wandering over avalanche areas, all of which will be fun. On the road, the Swargarohini ranges can be seen, and the first snow patches can be seen on the meadows ahead. When you hit the snow line, the climb becomes steep and slick. Join a valley and climb up the first hill; behind you, a snow ridge with Odari ice fields can be seen. The shepherds use Odari, a rock cave, to remain dry throughout the monsoon season. Reach the ice area, which will serve as your campsite for the day and will provide you with spectacular views of magnificent Swargarohini and Bandarpoonch.
    Day - 5
    Odari to Bali Pass and descent to Upper Damini
    Today will be the most difficult but exciting day of your trek, so get started as soon as possible. The climb is steep, so carry your equipment and adhere to the expert guide's directions. The track is crevasse-free, but there is a lot of snow, so you'll need an ice axe to navigate it. If you climb higher, you'll get your first glimpse of the Yamunotri side of the valley. The final climb is challenging but satisfying. The summit is spacious, with space for 40 guests. When you hit the top of Bali Pass, you'll be greeted with a breathtaking 360-degree view of the Yamunotri side and Ruinsara. From there, you can see peaks such as Kalanag and Bandarpoonch. On the Yamunotri line, a connecting snow ridge descends. Fix the ropes and gently descend, followed by a second descent by falling down. There are many ways down now; choose the easiest one and cross the forest portion to meet upper Damini.
    Day - 6
    Upper Damini to Jan Ki Chatti
    The path goes on to Lower Damini, passing through the forest and descending steeply before linking to the old Yamunotri road. If you like, you can go to Yamunotri temple or turn right into the path that descends and connects with the new pilgrim trail - Yamunotri to Jan Ki Chatti. After hitting the cemented trail, it will take you two hours to reach Jan Ki Chatti. Spend the night in a hotel there today.
    Day - 7
    Jan Ki Chatti to Dehradun
    Departure for Dehradun from Jan Ki Chatti.
    Day - 8

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    Important Details

    1. During the trek, there will be places to stay (camping)
    2. At Trek, all meals are vegetarian.
    3. At Camps, there is a fire (If Available)
    4. For the Trek, there are fees for trekking permits and forest campsites.
    5. Trekking supplies (Tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.)
    6. Expert trek leader (certified in basic/advanced mountaineering courses) services
    7. A skilled trek crew (guides, chefs, assistants, porters/mules) is available.
    8. Protective gear (first aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretcher, etc.)
    9. Trek Certificate of Completion
    1. GST (five percent) (Service Tax)
    2. Offloading fees for backpacks (Rs.250 per day/per bag)
    3. Food on the way to and from Pick and Drop
    4. Offloading fees for backpacks (Rs. 250/day/bag)
    5. Any and any personal costs
    6. Aside from the inclusions, anything else
    • At the time of booking, full payment / Rs.5,000 for Trek / Rs.10,000 for Road Trip / Mountain Expedition is required.

    • Payment for the remainder / rest of the trip must be made before the trip begins.

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    • Cancellation fees will apply as of the day we receive notification through the mail, and they will be as follows:

      -Within the first 30 days: 90% of the total cost of the Land Package is refundable.

      -Between the ages of 21 and 30 days: 75 percent of the total cost of the land package is refundable.

      -Between 1120 and 1200 days: 50% of the total cost of the land package is refundable.

      -10 days or less: There will be no reimbursement.

    • After the cancellation date, the refund will be handled within 10 working days.

    • Cancellation fees will be determined based on the total trip cost, and they may vary depending on the date of departure and the date of cancellation.

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      -for any missed/unused tour services, including meals, owing to any reason.

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