Bali Pass is the only trek which gives the 360-degree view of Swargarohini and Banderpooch and Kala Nag or Black Peak. Bali Pass Trek gives a lifetime experience for the those who take this challenge. The trek starts at Sankri and links the Har Ki Dun Valley with Yamunotri. There are very few treks which give a raw experience of the Himalayas; Bali Pass Trek is one of such adventure which brings out the true essence of the tall and majestic Himalayas. This trek is laid over the confluence of Tons and Ruinsara rivers and lush green meadows of Dev Thach which slowly merges with the Alpines beyond it. Bali Pass Trekking is easier in the start till the Ruinsara Tal then it gets tougher as we go up. This one-week long trek will not only give memories for your lifetime but will also change the way you look at life. Bali Pass Trekking Package includes everything that is required for this trek. It includes all the trekking gears and tents and sticks and it goes on. We at Travel Banjare make sure that the troop has all the luxury it can have at such intense conditions. Bali Pass Trekking Cost is quite affordable to make sure that most of the people wanting to go this trek can join us.
Drive till Sankri will take you through Nainbagh, Naugaon, Purola, Jarmola, Mori Naitwar, lastly Sankri. Sankri is a pictureque town with around 250 houses. During summer, it is generally clamoring with trekking movement as it is the base camp for some treks-Kedarkantha, Har Ki Dun, Borasu Pass. Stroll through the town and find out about how the general population lives there. The peak of Swargarohini gleams at night.
This is a 12 kilometer-long drive in a local jeep. In the way, there are three major streams, nearly submerging certain areas of the road. The road has a breath-taking view of vegetation. From Taluka the Bali Pass Trek strarts. From Taluka, the trail starts with the river flowing in the left and regional vegetation on the right. Most of the trek is easy and do contain too many steep ascents.The trek is about 4 to 5 hours. Finally the trek ends at Seema where camps are set up
On this day, the trek is along the Supin stream. To start with Debshu Bugyal, from where we will get a heavenly perspective of Kala Nag or Black Peak. We will cross the Supin stream through an extension. There are a few peculiar segments with difficult way where we may need to take a preoccupation. Trek along the stream until the point when we reach our Campsite which is simply by the side of River. Overnight in Camps. The total distance of today’s trek is 9 kms and it will take around 4 hours.
This will be our last day when we walk along the Supin river. Today we will reach Ruinsara Tal by afternoon. Ruinsara is a lovely lake surrounded by meadows and rhododendron bushes. The trail is not difficult but it is tiring. On one side of our camps is tiny lake of Ruinsara and on the other side is Supin River. The view from the campsite is mesmerising. The total distance of today’s trek is 7 kms and it will take around 3-4 hours.
Today is a short and easy trek of about 4 km. Initially we descend down to Supin river through the dense vegetation. After crossing the river, we will ascend and will finally reach Odari campsite. Odari means a naturally made rock cave. According to folklore, it is believed that Bali (Hanuman's brother) stayed in this cave for one night. The views from the campsite are spectacular. The total distance of today’s trek is 4 kms and it will take around 3-4 hours.
Today is a short trek but steep one. We will have to walk on a mountain ridge with a 60 degree incline full of loose stones. This day is critical as we will be camping at a height of 15,347 ft. It is important to keep yourself active & hydrated to avoid chances of getting AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). The temperature will drop to subzero levels increasing the difficulty many folds. Acclimatisation also takes longer at such heights. Overnight stay in camps. . The total distance of today’s trek is 4 kms and it will take around 3-4 hours.
Today is a long difficult day for trekking. Begin at a young hour early in the day, ideally around 4 or 5 am. One can begin significantly prior, to make it through the climate conditions. Crampons are required for now. There is additionally a segment where ropes should be settled. Convey a lot of water as there are no water focuses for a long area of the trek. There are five snow ridges that crossed. This trek is full of ascents and decents and makes it one of the difficult portions of the trek. Once the group has reached Bali Pass Summit, one can see the majestic 360 Degree view of Ruinsara and Yamunotri side. Also Kala Nag and Banderpooch peaks are also visible. Finally the trek ends at the lower side of Damini where camps are set. The total distance of today’s trek is 10-12 kms and it will take around 9-10 hours.
Today is a simple day. Take the trail slipping the lower Dhamini backwoods. The trail is very much characterized and following 30 minutes of soak plummet, you will associate with the old Yamunotri trail. Take a left on the off-chance that you need to reroute and visit the Yamunotri sanctuary. Something else, take a privilege and take after the trail that dives and associates with the new Yamunotri to Janakchatti explorer trail. The trail from here is solidified and one can achieve Janakchatti in couple of hours. From Janakchatti, board a transport or a mutual jeep to Yammunotri from where everyone will disperse. This will conclude the whole Bali Pass Trekking Package. The total distance of today’s trek is 8-9 kms and it will take around 2-3 hours.
As we gain higher altitude, the air becomes thinner. To overcome this we need to develop our aerobic fitness. The more fitter you are, you will enjoy more during the trek. Bali pass trek is a challenging trek suitable for trekkers with prior experience in high altitude treks is recommended.
Difficulty Level: Moderate- Diificult
1: For cardiovascular endurance, begin jogging atleast 2 month before the trek.
2: For strength do squats, push ups.
The base camp of kedarkantha trek is Sankri. The distance between sankri to Dehradun is 190kms. There are public buses and shared jeeps running between Dehradun and Sankri. Dehradun is easily accessible through road, rail, and air transport.
Dehradun is well connected with comfortable Volvo buses run by government and private operators. You can catch luxury and normal buses to Dehradun which are available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate and Anand Vihar.
Nearest railway station to sankri is Dehradun. Dehradun is well connected by railway network with major destinations of India. There are many trains which runs between New Delhi and Dehradun. Some of them are DEHRADUN SHTBDI, DEHRADUN EXPRESS, NANDA DEVI EXPRESS, UJJAINI EXPRESS, MUSSOORIE EXPRESS, UTTARANCHAL EXPRESS.
The nearest airport to Sankri is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun.