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The Bali Pass, also known as the “virgin trek” in the Indian Himalayas, is the least visited and thus the most scenic. This strenuous trek is ideally suited for experienced hikers. The trail is unrivaled in terms of natural beauty and has all of the elements that wilderness enthusiasts explore. Since few people are aware of this trail, it remains largely unknown to the general public, with only shepherds frequenting the area. Bali Pass trek is a must-do for nature lovers, with an enchanting path to look forward to.
Discover enchanting meadows, wild alpine flowers, birds, and towering peaks.
From Mussoorie, we’ll drive to Sankri. Along the way, make a pit stop for lunch. This is a scenic drive that begins with the Yamuna River and ends with the Tons River. Today’s drive includes some particularly beautiful pine forest sections. We’ll check into a scenic hotel/tent in Sankri and rest for a while. Take an evening stroll through this charming hamlet to re-energize your muscles for the next day’s hike. Sankri is where you’ll be spending the overnight.
We start the day with a fast, scenic, and exciting drive to Taluka, the beginning point of our trek. The hike today takes you through a beautiful mixed forest and along the Supin River. The gradient is mostly gentle, with a few steep sections thrown in for good measure. This region is fortunate to have a very old and distinct culture that has been maintained. You’ll get an up-close and personal look at it today. You’ll meet people from nearby towns and see some of the area’s special architectural beauty while walking the
trail. On our way to Seema, a small market town, we’ll pass through a few villages. We’ll set up camp ahead of Seema in the beautiful fields along the river and spend the whole night in the tents.
The Supin River is still followed by the trail today. Debshu Bugyal is the first checkpoint, from which we can see Kala Nag, or Black Top, in all its majesty. After crossing Debshu Bugyal, we’ll descend through the forest with loose stones and a sandy path to the river. We’ll cross the Supin River on a bridge. After crossing the bridge, we’ll re-ascend, this time with the Supin river on our right. There are a couple of tricky sections with a slick path where we’ll have to detour. We’ll keep going down the river until we reach our riverside campsite, where you can stay the night.
Today is the last day of our Supin River walk. We’ll be in Ruinsara Tal by the afternoon. Ruinsara is a lovely lake with rhododendron bushes and meadows surrounding it. The trail is not difficult, but it is tedious. The campsite is beautiful, and we’ll be sleeping in tents. On one side of our camps is the Ruinsara Lake, and on the other is the Supin River. The view from the campground is absolutely breathtaking. The pass leading to Yamunotri, Yamuna Kanta, is situated to the south-west of Ruinsara Tal and is rated as
a difficult hike. To the east, the majestic Banderpooch Peak can be found (6,387 m).
A day of rest, acclimatisation, and exploration is needed at Ruinsaratal. The clear water, framed by reeds, and the warm sun seem to be hypnotic. Explore this breathtakingly stunning location, which provides close-up views of the majestic Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Dhumdhar Kandi, and the White Top. We’re going exploring in Kyarkoti today, where we’ll see some of the most gorgeous meadows. At Ruinsaratal, we’ll spend the night in tents.
We’ve finally begun our ascent to the summit of Bali Pass. The final stage of the journey includes a rocky trail with boulders. Starting at Bali Udiyari and ending at Bali Pass, the gradient will be steep. We arrive at the Bali Pass after a couple of hours of hiking. From this vantage point, you can see the Swargarohini, Banderpooch, and Garhwal ranges, as well as the underlying Yamnotri valley.
The most exciting and daunting part of the journey starts after crossing the Bali Pass. We’ll descend the nearly vertical road, which is littered with big stones and scree. After this leg, we’ll be on the goat road, which will be a much more challenging journey. After this extremely challenging section, we will arrive at the camp. After completing this particularly difficult section of the trek, we will arrive at Damni and set up camp in tents for the night.
To get to the Jankichatt road-head, we’ll start hiking today from Damini. We stop to pay our respects to the divine Yamunotri temple along the way. You’ll arrive in Jankichatti after about 4-5 hours of hiking. The trip draws to a close, and you’ll be on your way to your next destination.
This is a 7-day long trek in Uttarakhand . It’s insanely beautiful. The days are longer so you need to be in good shape to opt for this trek. This trek should be opted by those who have good physical fitness and has an experience of trekking in the Himalayas
Rucksack, high ankle trekking shoes, one fleece jacket, one down feather/holofoil jacket, 3 pairs of quick-dry T-shirts and trek pants, 5-6 pairs of socks, balaclava, a daypack, sunscreen SPF 50+, scarf, towel, lip balm, headlamp/torch, 2 water bottles of 1 litre, and personal medicines.
We will be mailing you the details once you register. We will also create a WhatsApp group of all the participants
The age limit for the trek is 15 years and above
Yes, many of our participants are solo travellers.
It is completely safe for a female solo traveller as our representatives will be there with you all the time. Moreover, most of our event have 60% female participation.
Toilet tents during the trek,
You will get limited connectivity during the trek.
Locally cooked veg meals
We will carry first aid kit with us. The coordinators will be first aid certified. If the problem increases, we will quickly get you to closest medical attention possible.
Winter wear and hiking pants and T-shirts. We will send you a detailed list once you register
Throughout the trek, you’ll be staying in a tent or if possible, then in a guest house