Destination

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Duration
08 Days / 07 Nights
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Tour Type
Adventure Tour
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Group Size
10 People
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Tour Guide
02 People
Bali Pass Trek

Bali Pass Trek

Introduction: The Bali Pass Trek is an exhilarating high-altitude adventure that takes trekkers through the heart of the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India. This challenging trek is a journey of discovery, offering a perfect blend of stunning landscapes, remote villages, and awe-inspiring mountain vistas. The highlight of the trek is crossing the Bali Pass at an elevation of approximately 16,207 feet (4,940 meters), an accomplishment that rewards trekkers with panoramic views of some of the region’s most iconic peaks.

Highlights:

  1. Bali Pass Summit: The pinnacle of the trek is reaching the Bali Pass, a challenging feat that demands determination and endurance. Standing at the threshold of this pass, trekkers are treated to breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, including Swargarohini, Kalanag, and Banderpoonch. The sense of achievement and the pristine mountain panorama create an unforgettable moment.
  2. Ruinsara Lake: The trek meanders through the serene Ruinsara Valley, where the glacial Ruinsara Lake glistens like a jewel amidst the rocky terrain. The tranquil beauty of the lake, surrounded by lush meadows and towering peaks, provides a serene setting for trekkers to unwind and immerse themselves in nature’s splendor.
  3. Remote Villages: Along the trail, trekkers encounter remote villages such as Sankri and Osla, providing a glimpse into the local way of life and culture. These villages are adorned with wooden houses, terraced fields, and warm-hearted locals who offer hospitality and insights into their traditional lifestyle.
  4. Breathtaking Landscapes: The Bali Pass Trek treats trekkers to a diverse range of landscapes, from dense forests of pine and oak to picturesque alpine meadows. The ever-changing scenery, complete with blooming rhododendrons and glistening streams, makes each day of the trek a unique and enriching experience.
  5. Flora and Fauna: The trekking route is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including the elusive Himalayan monal, musk deer, and numerous bird species. The opportunity to observe these creatures in their natural habitat adds an element of wildlife exploration to the trek.

Difficulty Level: The Bali Pass Trek is considered a challenging trek, suitable for experienced trekkers with a good level of fitness and previous high-altitude trekking experience. The trail involves steep ascents, technical sections, and the crossing of the Bali Pass, which requires careful navigation and stamina.

Best Time to Visit: The optimal time for the Bali Pass Trek is during the summer months of June to September. During this period, the snow has melted, and the trail is accessible, offering trekkers a chance to experience the beauty of the region without the harshness of winter conditions.

Details

If Buffer day is used, trekkers will have to pay Rs 2000 +5% GST. The money will be collected by the Trek Leader only if we use the buffer day. This depends completely on the weather conditions on the trek and the call will be taken by the trek leader.

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