Bali Pass Trek – Himalaya Shelter

The Bali Pass Trek offered by Himalaya Shelter is a thrilling mountain pass trek in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India. This trek is considered challenging due to its high altitude and long walking days with steep ascents and descents. The trek spans over 9 days, covering a distance of around 66 km. It starts from Sankri and runs through numerous heritage villages of Har Ki Dun Valley such as Osla, Gangaad, and Taluka. The trek ascends deep into the Govind National Park, and on the route, trekkers come across the beautiful Ruinsara Lake. Multiple waterfalls lie on the way to the pass. The Bali Pass peaks slightly short of the 5000-meter mark and connects the Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Valley to Yamunotri and vice-versa. The pass is more approachable from the Har Ki Dun valley as the gradient is less steep and gives good time for the trekkers to acclimatize to the altitude. The trek offers stunning views of Mt Swargarohini, Bandarpunch ranges, Kalanag (Black Peak), and more. One of the main attractions of the trek is the Pushtara Meadows. The route of the ridge is a mix of ascending and descending, and after the final descent, the grasslands of Pushtara will open before your eyes.

Overall, the Bali Pass Trek with Himalaya Shelter provides a thrilling adventure, blending the beauty of nature with the rich cultural experiences of Uttarakhand.