Bali Pass Trek

8D – 7N | Dehradun to Dehradun

₹ 19500 ₹ 24,500

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↬ Description

The Bali Pass Trek is a strenuous and thrilling hiking journey that takes place in the Garhwal area of the Indian Himalayas. It is a challenging walk that takes place at a high altitude and leads hikers through some of the world’s most beautiful and spectacular vistas, including snow-capped peaks, lush forests, and glacial lakes. This walk is not for those who are easily discouraged since it calls for a high level of physical fitness, endurance, and a spirit of exploration. Through the Bali Pass Trek, Yamunotri and the Har Ki Dun Valley are connected. It is very difficult to locate a walk that provides you with the possibility of seeing the unadulterated splendour of traversing a Himalayan Pass. It travels through the point where the Tonnes River and the Ruinsara River come together, and it takes in the pristine tranquilly and verdant meadows at Devsu Thach. As time goes on, the vegetation in the alpine zones will begin to thin down. The Bandarpoonch and Kalanag peaks may be seen in their entirety from the Pass thanks to their elevation of 16,207 feet. This walk is not recommended for first-timers since it is strenuous. The Pass is situated in the Garhwal kernels at an astounding height of 5,000 metres above sea level. The beautiful high altitude pass in provides views of the great Himalayan peaks such as Swargarohini, Kala Nag, and Bandarpoonch that are just breath-taking.Through participating in Bali Pass Trek, you will have the opportunity to relive the memories of your youth. It is packed with exciting experiences and breathtaking vistas. The trailhead is located near Sankri, and its destination is Jankichatti. This hike is only suitable for hikers who have previous experience.

↬ Itinerary

Day 1: From Dehradun to Sankri drive

From Dehradun, we’ll drive to Sankri. Make sure to break for lunch at one of the rest stops along the way. This is a beautiful drive that takes you along the Yamuna River all the way to the Tonnes River and back again. The route we are taking today passes through some very stunning stretches of pine woodland. After travelling for a while, we are going to Sankri to relax for a bit in a gorgeous hotel or tent. Refresh your muscles for the challenging walk that awaits you the following day with a leisurely evening stroll around this picturesque village. The place called Sankri is going to be your home for the night.

Day 2: From Sankri to Taluka drive and Taluka to Seema trek 

The first part of the day consists of a thrilling, eventful and gorgeous trip to Taluka, which is the starting point of our walk. The route for today’s walk takes you along the Supin River and into some stunning mixed woodland terrain. The grade is rather easy for the most part, although there are a few challenging spots tossed in for good measure. It is to this region’s good fortune that a culture that is both extremely ancient and uniquely its own has been preserved. Today, you will have the opportunity to examine it in a manner that is intimate and detailed. During your stroll along the route, you can run across residents of other communities and get a glimpse of the exceptional architectural splendour that the region has to offer. We will go via a few different towns and villages on the route to Seema, which is a little market town. We are going to beat Seema to the lovely fields beside the river where we are going to pitch up camp, and we are going to spend the whole night in the tents.

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↬ Inclusion

  • From Day 1 through Day 8 of your walk, you will be sleeping in various hotels and tents.
  • All meals are provided, beginning with the first night’s dinner and ending with breakfast on day eight. On all days of the walk, we provide simple, healthy vegetarian meals.
  • We will provide for round-trip transportation from Dehradun to Dehradun
  • Trekking permits and camping expenses in the woods are all accounted for.
  • Tents and sleeping bags of the highest quality will be provided at each camp. Fortunately, we have high-altitude sleeping bags that are good down to ten degrees Celsius.
  • Gaiters, microspikes, and ropes are available.

↬ Exclusion

  • Costs associated with carrying personal items, such as luggage, on the hike.
  • The term “emergency costs” refers to any and all costs that crop up as a direct consequence of a crisis.
  • There will be no access to bottled water at any point throughout the walk.
  • Cost of transportation from Dehradun to Sankri (between 1000 and 1500 INR)

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