Bali Pass Trek




8 days

Tour Type


A handful of treks allow you to experience the unembellished magnificence of the Himalayas. Acting as a connection between the Har Ki Dun Valley and Yamunotri, Bali Pass is one such trek. This adventurous trail traverses the meeting point between Ruinsara and Tons rivers, providing a serene view of the Ruinsara Valley and luscious meadows of the Devsu Thach. From around 16,207 feet, you can admire the glorious beauty of Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, and Kalanag peaks. Now the reward does not come easy as Bali Pass trek is quite challenging and suitable only for practiced trekkers.

Bali Pass trek starts from Sankri and ends at Jankichatti. It is equal parts exploratory and equal parts magical. Get the opportunity to experience an exhilarating climb, emerald forest covers, calm alpine lakes, and so much more in this eight-day-long trip. Lots of people back out worrying about the difficulties. Read More

Tour Information

Trek Length



Duration – approximately ten hours

Distance – 220 km

Your journey will begin at Dehradun. From there, you have to drive to Sankri Village in Uttarakhand. Sankri is the base camp. Lying in Govind National Park, it is almost 195 km away from Dehradun.

On the way, you will cross different scenic locations such as Mussoorie and Kempty Falls. You will also pass through villages such as Netwar, Damta, Mori, and Purola. During the middle part of the journey, you will see the pristine green waters of Yamuna. In the latter half, you will see the twists of the Tons river and coniferous forests by its side.

*Please keep the original and copy of your ID. Also, keep a jacket handy.

Duration – The drive from Sankri to Taluka will take an hour, and you have to trek for about eight hours to each Seema from Taluka.

Distance – Sankri to Taluka is 12 km, and Taluka to Seema is 12 km.

You must drive to Taluka where the real trekking will start. From Sankri, you have to drive through the covers of Deodar and Bamboo trees, and cross different streams. There is a camping ground located near the Rest House in Taluka. After walking for a couple of hours, you will reach the Gangad Village. It will give you a peek into the Himalayan architecture

Duration – Six hours

Distance – 10km

To reach the meadows at Devsu Bugyal, you must trek along the River Supin. Walk down the green forest cover and a stony path. The roads can be a tad slippery, so, please be as careful as possible. You will get phenomenal views of the Osla Village after reaching the Ruinsara Valley. The terrain is filled with boulders, and can add challenge to the entire trek. Rest for a few minutes to appreciate nature’s beauty.

Duration – Five hours

Distance – 7 km

Day 4 is perhaps the most exhilarating day of your trek. You reach Ruinsara Tal, the exceptional glacial lake. The lake is surrounded by rhododendron shrubs and green meadows. Here, you can see the Yamuna Kanta – the pass that will help you reach Yamunotri. Look at the eastern and south-eastern side to see some majestic mountains such as Kalanag, Dhumdhar Kandi, and Bandarpoonch. Spend the evening exploring the whole area.

Duration – 4 hours

Distance – 4 km

The trek from Ruinsara Tal to Odari is a short one. Cross the deep vegetation and a bridge over the River Supin. According to the locals, Bali and Sugriva spent a night at Odari.  If you are fortunate enough, you may spot a Himalayan bear. The camp is in a excellent location with various valleys. The Bali pass is just behind.

Duration – 7 hours

Distance – 5 km

The trek to Bali camp from Odari is a bit difficult. The camp is located at 15,100 feet. Carry a few litres of water because there are zero sources of water near the campsite. The temperature drops rapidly, so, please undertake proper precautionary measures. Take enough rest because you have to walk to the summit on day 7.

Duration – 11 hours

Distance – 14 km

This particular summit lies at an altitude of 16000 feet. When you walk back down, you will reach Lower Dhamni first. The trek will be most challenging, so, please be cautious. You can enjoy stunning views of the mountain from here. The path is filled with snow. Please use your trekking skills.

Duration – 5 hours

Distance – 8 km

The descent from Jankichatti is quite easy. The trail is a cemented and will take you first to Yamunotri Temple. Pay the tributes. From there, you have to drive back to Dehradun. You will have some wonderful memories at the end of this day.


  1. Transport support from Dehradun to Sankri and same for return.
  2. All meals starting from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8
  3. Professional mountain guide, professional cook, experienced staffs
  4. Basic first aid kits
  5. Forest Department’s charges
  6. Guest house and tents accommodations throughout the trip on a triple sharing basis.


  1. 5% GST on trek cost
  2. Transport to reach Dehradun from hometown and return
  3. Accommodation in Dehradun
  4. Any transport support during the trip other than those specified in Inclusions
  5. Any expenses for medical treatment of injury or accident before, during or after the journey
  6. Food items purchased by individuals at local canteens on the trek or during the drive
  7. Any early return travel costs or accommodation except for the days as per the itinerary
  8. Package excludes porter/mule charges for personal luggage
  9. Any cost arising due to unforeseen events like bad weather, roadblocks, medical evacuation, etc

Tour Amenities

All Meals
Forest Permit

Trip Policy

  • Booking can be done by online-bank transfer and UPI in company’s account.
  • Booking amount is 30% of total trek fee.
  • 30 Days or more before date of departure: 30% of total cost.
  • 20 days before date of departure: 100% of total cost.

Before departure from starting point(as mentioned in our tour package), if a trip is called off from our side due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike etc.), full paid amount will be refunded.

In case you wish to cancel your trip, kindly send us an email

Cancellation charges per person

  • Cancel before 30 days of trek start date and get refund after deduction of 5% on booking amount
  • Cancel before 20 days of trek start date and get refund after deduction of 15% of total trek fee.
  • Cancel before 10 days of trek start date and get refund after deduction of 40% of total trek fee.
  • Trek fee is non-refundable if you cancel within 9 days before trek start date.
  • Trek fee is non-refundable if a trek is called off due to a natural calamity after departure from the starting point.

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