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The Bali Pass is an exhilarating journey along a less travelled route.


Uttarakhand is referred to as Devbhoomi. Uttarakhand is a trekker's paradise, blessed with celestial beauty and steeped in spiritual folklore.

The region's fascinating topography offers an incredible trekking experience, and the mighty Himalayas enchant you with such an enticing allure that you want to return again and again, calling for more. “You are not in the mountains; the mountains are in you.

Bali Pass Trek is a high-altitude trek that enthralls trekkers with a diverse panorama of Uttarakhand landscape and provides everything a trekker might want. Let's go on a virtual tour of this less-traveled route.


A review of the Bali Pass trek.

Bali Pass Trek , at an elevation of 16,240 feet, is a high altitude trek that flatters you with the many aspects of the Himalayas. This daunting trek connects Har Ki Dun Valley and Yamunotri, enabling you to witness the raw beauty of a Himalayan pass crossing. The track is treacherous, with some steep ascents and descents as well as short routes. It brings you along the Tons, Yamuna, and Supin rivers, as well as the holy Ruinsara Lake and Yamunotri temple, to satisfy your religious desires.

This trek offers breathtaking views of the magnificent trio of Kala Nag, Bandarpoonch, and Swargarohini hills, as well as hilly terrains, thick forests, green meadows, vibrant orchards, holy lakes, and temples. In the late 1940s, Jack Gibson, a Doon School teacher, popularised the route.

The trek's difficult terrain necessitates a fit body and mental endurance; prior trekking experience is needed, and the trek is only for experienced trekkers.


Crowning Glories of Bali Pass

En route to Sankri from Dehradun, you'll be mesmerised by nature's many wonders. Sankri village, at an elevation of 6,234 feet, serves as the trek's starting point. This quaint village, nestled neatly in the higher reaches of the Uttarakhand hills, exudes a mystical tranquilly. It provides a brief glimpse into the locals' primitive lifestyles. Sankri is a small hamlet in Govind Ballabh National Park, which is home to a diverse selection of flora and fauna.

Osla and Gangad Village

Float through time with the special culture and values of the inhabitants of these lovely villages. Locals claim they are Kauravas' ancestors, and they worship Duryodhana as their God. Beautiful wood carvings and architecture can be seen in the temples. The local delicacies and refreshing tea brimming with the aroma of their warmth strike a special chord; savour on the local delicacies and refreshing tea brimming with the aroma of their warmth.


How to reach

  • Rail- Take a train from Delhi to reach Dehradun and then head to Sankri by road (210 km, around 10 hours of drive).
  • Road- Drive to Sankri from Delhi (460 km, around 9 hours of drive) or drive from Dehradun to Sankri (210 km, around 10 hours of drive).
  • By air- Reach Dehradun by air (Jolly Grant Airport) and drive to Sankri (210 km, around 10 hours of drive) Bali Pass Trek

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