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  16-Sept-2024 - 22-Sept-2024

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. This 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. Read Less This trek will provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime experience as it opens up to amphitheater views of the stunning Himalayan peaks. The trekking route via Bali Pass is difficult and technical, and it is not recommended for beginners. The trek begins in Taluka, a picturesque hamlet that will serve as the trek’s starting point. Seema, the next stop on our trekking route, will be a delight for avid explorers. This location will provide a perfect opportunity to mingle with the locals by providing an up-close and personal view of local culture. If you continue on, you’ll reach Ruinsaratal, a natural wonder worth seeing. The trek will continue to Bali Udiyari, a natural cave shelter, after a wonderful day of rest, acclimatization, and exploration. The trek’s final leg will take you to the Bali Pass. Scaling the Bali Pass Summit, which features a tough trail, will be an unforgettable achievement. This trek will satiate your thirst for adventure while also providing you with a treasure trove of memories.

Itinerary (Day Wise)
  • DAY 1: Drive for 10-11 HRS from DEHRADUN - SANKRI
    We'll drive from Mussoorie to Sankri. Stop for lunch along the way. This is a fun drive that starts along the Yamuna River and ends along the beautiful Tons River. Today's drive has some especially lovely pine forest parts. When we arrive in Sankri, we will check into a scenic hotel/tent and rest for a while. Take a stroll in this lovely hamlet in the evening to re-energize your muscles for the next day's trek. Sankri is the place where you'll spend the night.
    •       Bus
    •       Dinner
  • DAY 2: Drive from Sankri - Taluka by road for 12km & then trek from Taluka - Seema (12 km)
    We begin the day with a quick, scenic, and adventurous drive to Taluka, our trek's starting point. Today's hike takes you through lovely mixed forest and along the Supin River. The gradient is mild throughout, with an occasional steep patch thrown in for good measure. This area is blessed with a very old and distinct culture that has luckily been preserved. Today, you'll get a really close and personal look at it. Read Less
    On the trail, you'll meet locals from nearby villages and see some of the area's unique architectural beauty. We'll pass through a few villages on our way to Seema, a small market town. We'll camp ahead of Seema in the lovely fields along the river & stay overnight here in the tents.
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner
  • DAY 3: After breakfast, trek starts from Seema to Rainbasira waterfall for (8km)
    The trail follows the Supin river today as well. The first checkpoint is Debshu Bugyal, from which we can see Kala Nag, or Black Top, in all its glory. We'll descend through the forest with loose stones and a sandy path to the river after crossing Debshu Bugyal. We'll use a bridge to cross the Supin River. Read Less
    We'll re-ascend after crossing the bridge, this time with the Supin river on our right. There are a few tricky parts with a slick route where we will need to take a detour. We'll continue along the river until we arrive at our riverside campsite. where you can spend the night.
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner
  • DAY 4: After breakfast, the trek starts from the Rainbasira waterfall to Thange camp via Ruinsara Lake (10km)
    This is our last day of walking along the Supin River. By the afternoon, we'll be in Ruinsara Tal. Ruinsara is a beautiful lake surrounded by rhododendron bushes and meadows. Although the trail is not challenging, it is exhausting. The campsite at Thange is lovely, and we'll stay in tents. Read Less
    The view from the campground is stunning. Yamuna Kanta, the pass that leads to Yamunotri and is graded as a difficult trek, is located to the south-west of Ruinsara Tal. The magnificent Banderpooch Peak can be found to the east (6,387 m)
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner
  • DAY 5: Thange camp acclimatization day
    At Thange Camp, a day of rest, acclimatization, and exploration is a must. The clear water, fringed by reeds, and the warm sun look positively mesmerizing. Explore this breathtakingly beautiful location, which offers up-close views of the magnificent Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Dhumdhar Kandi, and the White Top. Today we'll go exploring in Kyarkoti, where we'll see the most beautiful meadows. We'll spend the night in tents at Thange Camp.
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner
  • Day 6: Trek from Thange camp to Bali Pass summit camp for (6km)
    We finally start our trek to Bali Pass Summit. The trek's final stage involves a rough trail with boulder pieces. The gradient will be steep starting from Bali Udiyari and ending at Bali Pass. After a couple of hours of hiking, we arrive at the Bali Pass. Witness 360-degree views of the Swargarohini, Banderpooch, and Garhwal ranges, as well as the underlying Yamnotri valley, from this vantage point.
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner
  • DAY 7: After breakfast, Trek from summit camp to Damini camp for (11Km)
    After crossing the Bali Pass, the most exciting and challenging part of the trek begins. We'll make our way down the nearly vertical road, which is riddled with scree and large stones. Following this leg, we will encounter the goat road, which will be a much more difficult trek. We will arrive at the camp after this incredibly difficult section. After this extremely challenging part of the trek, we will reach our campsite at Damni & stay in tents overnight.
    •       Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner
  • DAY 8: After breakfast Damini to Jankichatti to Dehradun
    We'll begin hiking from Damini today in order to reach the Jankichatt road-head. We pause along the way to pay our respects to the divine Yamunotri shrine. After around 4-5 hours of hiking, you'll arrive in Jankichatti. We'll board a vehicle and be taken to Dehradun from here. The journey comes to an end, and you will leave for your next destination.
    •       Breakfast

Tour Information
  • Accommodation – You will be staying in lodges at Sankri and in tents on remaining days of the trek (3 person/tent). Room/tent is separate for male and female participant.
  • Meals – (Breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner). We provide simple, nutritious Veg/Jain food on all days of the trek
  • Trekking equipment – High quality tents and sleeping bags in all the camps. Sleeping bags can withstand temperatures as low as -10 ºC.
  • Safety equipment – First aid kit, oxygen cylinders, oximeter etc. will be with guide/trek leader and at campsite as well to deal with emergencies.
  • Expert trek Leaders – All our trek leaders are at least qualified in basic / advanced mountaineering and first aid course.
  • Expert Trek support team – The mountain staff on this trek consists of certified guides, cooks, helpers and porters.
  • Camping charges – All trekking permits and forest camping charges are included.
  • Gaiters – To prevent snow from entering inside your shoe.
  • Micro spikes - Helps you walking on hard snow terrain.
  • GST 5%.
  • • Food at Dehradun during stay
  • • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.
  • • Rescue & Insurance Fee.
  • • Meal during transportation
  • • Any kind of personal expenses during trek
  • • Porter/mule-charges (Personal), Backpack offloading charge
  • • Unscheduled or extended stay due to road blocks, landslides, bad weather and snowfall.
  • • Cost of evacuation in-case of an emergency.
  • Any other services or meals which are not mentioned in the "Includes" section.
  • Rescue or Insurance fee.
  • Expense of personal nature such as mineral water, laundry, telephones, beverages etc.
  • Any tips to the Safari Driver or Guide at your will.
  • Camera Charges if any. (Depends upon the Sizes of the Lens).
  • Entry of entry fee.
  • Any kind of personal expenses.
  • Any additional permits levied over currently applicable by local authorities.


Package Name


Kids Discount

Group Discount

Pune To Pune / Mumbai To Mumbai
Delhi To Delhi
Deharadun To Dehardun

Things To Carry List

• Backpack (50 to 60 liters) with good support and Rain cover 

▪️ Small 20-30 ltr backpack to keep daily stuffs

▪️ Good Trekking Shoes (Snow proof recommended)

▪️ Fleece/Winter Jacket to manage cold

▪️ Thermals - west and lower

▪️ Extra Pair of clothes 

▪️ Sun cap

▪️ Water Bottle 2 LTR

▪️ Rain Poncho

▪️ Head Torch ( With Extra Pair Battery )

▪️ Thermos

▪️ Sun protection cream 

▪️ Cold Cream and Lip balm

▪️ UV Protection Sunglasses

▪️ Knee Cap ( If Required )

▪️ Slippers/ floaters

▪️ Woolen Gloves

▪️ Trekking Pole

▪️ Woolen socks 2 pairs

▪️ Dry fruits, Dates, ready to eat snacks, Enerzal/ Glucon D and chocolate bars/ energy bars

▪️ Pancha/ quick dry towel

▪️ Personal Toiletry Items (toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, soap, etc.)

▪️ Carry Personal Medical Kit with consultation of your doctor.

▪️ Mandatory Documents

• Please carry the documents given below

✓ Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Aadhar Card, Driving License, Voters ID, etc.)

▪️ Passport size Photographs 3

▪️ Power Bank


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  20 People

  16-Sept-2024 - 22-Sept-2024

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  20 People

  21-Oct-2024 - 27-Oct-2024

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