Trekking to Bali Pass
The trek connects Yamunotri with Har Ki Dun Valley Bali Pass at an elevation of 16240 feet. This is a challenging trek for experienced trekkers. The Bali Pass trek begins in Sankri village, Uttarakhand, and ends in Janki Chatti. The hike affords spectacular views of Bandarpoonch and Kalanag, and Swargarohini peaks. Dev Thach's alpine meadows are worth a visit in the Ruinsara forest. Ruinsara lake is a stunning natural beauty with an amazing mythological story. Trekkers who want to see nature at its finest and push their limits should consider the Bali Pass trek. From May to June and September to October are the best months for Bali Pass Trek. To complete this trek, you must have the ability to endure difficult terrains, steep ascents or descents, thrilling pass crossings, and narrow trails. The Bali Pass Trek is a popular trek for adventurers seeking more adventurous excursions. This page contains information about the Bali Pass Trek, including a route map, itinerary and temperature chart. There are also photos, videos, and reviews. To read Bali Pass Trek blogs, scroll to the end.
Sankri (1920M) - Taluka (2107M) 12 Kms By Road & Trek From Taluka – Seema (2560M), 12 km (6-7 hours)
Seema Camp (2560m) to Rainbasera (386m) - 9km trek (4 hours).
Rainbasera (3086M) to Ruinsara Tal (33565M) - 7.5km (4 hours).
Ruinsara Tal (3565M) to Odari (408 M) - 4km (3 hours).
Odori (408 M) to Base Camp (47678 M) - 3.25km trek (3 hours).
Base Camp (4678 m) to Lower Dhamni (33415 m) via Bali Pass (4950 m) - 10 km (8-10 hrs)
Lower Dhamni (3415 M) to Jaan ki Chatti (2650 M) via Yamunotri - 9.5 km trek
Janki Chatti: Departure
How do you reach out?
Jolly Grant Airport serves Dehradun and is located approximately 25 km from the capital. Daily flights depart from Delhi to Dehradun.
Delhi to Dehradun overnight train
* Nandadevi Express - Train no: 12205 (Departure 11:50pm; Arrival - 5:40am)
* Dehradun Express Train No: 12687 (Departure at 9:10pm; Arrival at 5:00am).