Bali Pass Trek

8 Days - 7 Nights - Dehradun to Dehradun
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Bali Pass Trek a Connecting Ruinsara valley to Yamunotri valley in the Garhwal Himalayas Uttarakhand

Bali Pass Trek lies at the height Altitude of 4953 Meters. The Bali Pass Trek starts from Sankri Base Camp, which is the base camp of more than twenty-five Treks In Uttarakhand and Ends at Trek Yamunotri Jankichatti.

The Bali Pass Trek comes under Govind Wildlife Sanctuary National park in Uttarkashi district Uttarakhand. No doubt, and the Himalayas have enchanting beauty, bracing climate, and desirable soothing green meadow.

So, what else can be better than spending some days here in the serenity!

The special thing is that, you can also do this trek together with Harkidoon trek, for which you must have Dehradun to Dehradun for 8 nights and 9 days. includes transport.

Bali Pass Trek

What is special about Bali Pass Trek?

Trekking to this enthralling Bali pass can be a spiritual experience for a lifetime. Bali Pass Trek comes in the category of epic historic adventure treks where you can find the essence of mythology Chardham.
Yamunotri temple is the best part of this trek, with rich meadows, grasslands, mountain ridges, pine forests, glacial ranges, and jaw-dropping views of the Great Himalayas.
In addition, this is the only valley from where you can have a glimpse of elevated peaks like Bandarpoonch Peak -6300 Meters), Black peak -6387 Meters, Kalanag, Ruinsara lake – 3500 Meters, Bali pass 4950 Meters, and Swargarohini – I, II, and III – 6300 Meters Many others peaks!

During the trek, explore a sacred glacial lake “Ruinsara Tal” and further, pass through the route over Yamunotri pass to the holy pilgrimage site Yamunotri temple. Moreover, it included in the list of virgin treks in Uttarakhand Himalayas. So, here are some attractions of this Trek – Ruinsara Lake, Govind Pashu National Park, rich meadows of Devshu Bugyal and Damini, Odari Yamunotri Temple.

Adventurous Bali Pass Trek

Most importantly, the trek is a difficult one and not for beginners because the trail is exhilarating and includes crossing risky areas and steep ascents.

Therefore, the trek involves associated challenges but is great for adventure seekers and avid trekkers. In addition to the adventure and beauty, the marvelous panorama views in the Himalayas Therefore, Bali Pass is a tremendous offbeat crossover trek in the Uttarakhand.

Bali Pass View

Yamunotri Dham part of Bali Pass Trek

Yamunotri Dham situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand.

The Temple situated in the western region of Garhwal.

The Yamunotri is the source of the Yamuna River, about 3,293 m above the sea level.

Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal constructed this temple. Yamunotri Dham is one of the Char Dham.

Therefore People come for a visit to this place, after visiting people go happily. People also come from abroad for this beautiful trek; coming to this place brings peace of mind. Sometimes peoples who come from overseas say that you are so lucky that you live in such a beautiful area.

Char Dham situated in the state of Uttarakhand. That’s why Uttarakhand is known as Devbhoomi, which means “The Land of Lord”.

Best Time to do Bali Pass Trek

Bali Pass is a very beautiful and an uphill & after summit downhill trek in the Himalayas, The Bali Pass Trek is great for those people who have a great passion for high altitude mountaineering and consider it a special purpose in their life.

The right time to do this trek is from 5th May to the last of June and then from the last of August to the last month of October.

specially in the months of May and June, snow  is found in abundance here, which makes your trek very memorable and also a little difficult. So this trek should not be considered too easy

We are a local team in Uttarakhand so we have a more experienced team, Himalayan Hikers

Bali Pass Trek

Bali pass  Pass trek in May or June ?

Bali Pass Trek Month in May and June gives a slightly different experience to Trekkers because in May you start getting snow after after Ruinsara Tal .bali odari

The Bali Pass trek starts from Sankri base Camp  and its end point is Jankichatti Road head

In May and June, you get a combination of both greenery and snow, which makes the trek very spectacular. The weather in May and June is quite good and trek friendly, which makes trekking a lot of fun.

During the day the temperature of Bali Pass is around ( 5°C to 10 °C  and during the night the temperature comes down to -1 °C  to -5 °C  which is not bad.

Views and treks in Bali Pass provide a lot of peace to the mind during the day, while you wake up from one wake to another, Bali Pass can always be one of the most close treks in your heart.

Bali Pass trek in September or October

Bali  pass is a little different in the months of September and October, this is because you will not find snow here in these months.

But the beauty of the trek will not be lacking, the trek and nature adorn themselves with time and in different colors. Month of September and October are very good days to trek, at this time total greenery and at the end of October sometimes you can get to see live snow fall.

During the day the temperature of Bali Pass is around Day time  8°C to 18 °C  and during the night the temperature comes down to 5 °C  to – 1 °C  which is very confirmable, At this time the weather here will be very good for you , At this time it is even safe to trek here and there is no rain.

 Why to Choose Bali Pass Trek ?

Before heading towards the itinerary, it is really essential to perceive the reason behind choosing Bali pass trek.

See, firstly, the trekking distance is a total of by taxi 425 Km and on foot 64 km, which is to cover into eight days. .

Bali pass is a high altitude mountain trek Altitudes is 4950 Meters

The Starting trail is not that abrupt and sheer as compared to other treks. So this trek is not for beginners

Need proper gear & clothing for sub-zero temperature?

Finally, You got to see so many heavenly bodies at one place like the panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges, meadows, one of the beautiful Ruinsara lakes, pine forests, different varieties of flora and fauna surpassing through bona fide Garhwali heritage and culture.

Do spare time in Interaction with locals, and you will get to know about some of the ancient tales of Indian mythology.

And, in summers, the Bali pass valley turns different and amusing because of meadows, wildflowers, and woods blooming in different colors.

Beautiful landscapes so carry proper photo gear & Extra battery backup.

The backpack should not exceed 10 to 12 kg only

Bali Pass Trek Campsite

How Difficult is Bali Pass Trek ?

Bali pass pass trek is not very difficult and not easy either, this trek comes in a moderate and difficult level, and summit point little bit difficult,   I myself have done this trek sometimes with me, people who are trekking for the first time, we have done the entire trek, they used to need help somewhere, which we and our team used to help.

This trek is a bit difficult, but if your fitness is good and you have it in your mind that I want to trek then you can do it absolutely. Where help is needed, our guides will support you, you just have to be strong and capable of the trek. One thing is that all you can do is to have courage and I myself am passionate.

Bali Pass safe for me ?

Yes Bali Pass Trek is a safe trek if you are going with a good trekking team which you must know before booking yourself, It is important for you to know that the bow trekking organization with which we are going is right or not,

And if possible, trek with local trekking organization, you can do the same help all the time. then your trek can be very good and memorable

The minimum age required to trek Bali  Pass is 15 years and maximum 55 years. The rest depends on your fitness .

Base camp Sankri in Bali Pass Trek

Base camp Sankri one of the most and beautiful markets this is only one base camp starting 25 + Himalayan treks. Thus, it always remains busy by the hustle and bustle of trekkers. This small market is truly picturesque because of its idyllic setting and serene aura.

There are quaint wooden houses made of Deodar wood. And also some hotels and restaurants serving delicious local food. Their specialty is “Red Rice”. So, get to know the villagers and have a glimpse of their lifestyle. It is the best place to explore the Himalayan culture and tradition.

Also, You will see some excellent views of lofty Swargarohini Peaks and Bandarpoonch. And yes, do not miss their glorifying sunrise and sunset views.

Moreover, the nearest village to Sankri is “Saur”. The temple of Someshwar Devta there is highly worshiped by the villagers.

Therefore, the base camp will leave you admiring with its exquisite beauty.

Swargarohini Hotel

Altitude we are going to cover in Bali Pass Trek

Sankri – 1920 Meters

Cheludgad camp – 2600 Meters

Devsu Bugyal Camp – 3000 Meters

Ruinsara Tal – 3500 Meters

Odari camp – 4100 Meters

Bali Pass – 4950 Meters

Key Points Bali Pass Trek

Duration: – 7 Nights 8 Days from Dehradun to Dehradun

Base camp: – Sankri base Camp

Summer Temperature: – Day 5°C to 15°C = Night -2° C to 5° C

Bali Pass Trek Altitude: – 4950 m

Best Time: – May, June, September, October, November

Trek Level: – Difficult

Trek distance: – On foot 64 Kms – By taxi 425 Kms

Short Itinerary of Bali Pass Trek

Day 1- Pick up to you from Dehradun railway station – Drive to Sankri Market – 210 Km (8/9 Hours (1920 Meters) overnight stay our hotel

Day 2 – Trek from Sankri to taluka by taxi – 11 km same day trek to Cheludgad camp (12 km) (4/5 Hours) (2600 Meters) overnight stay camp

Day 3 – Trek from Cheludgad camp to Devsu Bugyal (07 km) (3/4 Hours) (2890 Meters) overnight stay Camp

Day 4 – Trek from Devsu Bugyal to Ruinsara Tal (12 km) (5/6 Hours) (3500 Meters)overnight stay camp

Day 5 – Trek from Ruinsara Lake to Odari camp (7 km) (4/5 Hours) (3815 Meters) overnight stay camp

Day 6 – Trek from Odari camp to Bali pass Summit – down to upper Damni (11 km) (3800 Meters) (4/5 Hours)

Day 7 – Trek from Upper Damni to Yamunotri temple or Jankichatti (11km) (2650 Meters) (6/7 Hours) night stay in hotel

Day 8 – Drive from Jankichatti to Dehradun by taxi (185 km) (8/9 Hours)

Bali Pass Trek Route Map

Your Travel Plan for Bali Pass Trek

You can book trains, air flights, and bus tickets for your journey only according to the information given by us.

The Bali pass trek will be of 6 days and 2 days of your journey total of 08 Days from Dehradun to Dehradun.

First of all, all the trekkers will have to book their flight and train bus according to our time table as our pick up is from 6 am to 7 am, you will have to reach Dehradun in the morning.

A taxi from Himalayan hikers will link you to the Dehradun railway station.

Himalayan Hikers organize transport to Sankri base camp from Dehradun railway station. Our vehicles leave at 6:00 am to 7:00 am sharp from Dehradun. The taxi costs include your package for a sharing Tempo Traveler.

At Dehradun railway station you will get our staff that will arrange transport for you. The contacts no Transport coordinator or our office team will give you a week ago to your departure.

How will you Reach Bali Pass Trek

If you are traveling from Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Mumbai, or Gujarat any other city, so you will have to come to Delhi, you will get a train from Delhi for Dehradun comfortably.

Option 01:- By Train

All trekkers booked yourself the,

Nanda Devi Express to Dehradun (Train no is 12206 Departure 11:30 pm: – Reached Dehradun 5:45

Dehradun Express- to Dehradun (Train no is 12687 Departure -9:10 pm:- Reached Dehradun 5:00 am

Take both overnight trains Dehradun to from new Delhi- Dehradun Special A/C train from Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station the best option to you. The train reached at Dehradun railway station morning 5:45 to 6:30 am if you Meet to Our office Member – joining to our upcoming batches and Group.

Option 02:- By Air

Jolly Grant airport is the nearest airport in Dehradun. Located about 27 km for the Dehradun city. There are flights available from all states to Dehradun, you can go online and book your tickets. These are easy and easy ways for you and you also save your time, Taxis are available from the airport to Dehradun at all time costs Rs. 1000/* one-way pay to directly

Option 03:- By Bus

You can reach Dehradun from Delhi by a bus, board it from (Delhi) Kashmiri Gate ISBT; it is good if you are booked the seats.

(Reach Dehradun Railway Station between 5:00 is to 6:00 am and the vehicle will be arranged from there.)

The Grand Shiva Home Stay in Sankri, Uttarakashi, Uttarakhand

The Grand Shiva Home Stay is our newly constructed luxurious hotel in Sankri (the base camp of Kedarkantha Trek). It offers you local and delicious food prepared by our local family members, 24 Horse Hot Water, Cold Water, Free Wi-Fi, Room Services and much more, with the help of which we provide our guests with a special can provide experience. Our Home stay has exquisite furnishings with luxurious furniture and high quality toiletries.

The Grand Shiva Home Stay Rooms

Luxury Rooms in The Grand Shiva Home Stay Sankri

The Grand Shiva Home Stay rooms are spacious, elegant and comfortable all at once, equipped with everything you need for a wonderfully rejuvenating stay. Every detail of the design and features have been carefully considered. Suites feature lavish furnishings with sleeping and sitting areas and a host of other amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi Internet, electronic safety boxes, flat-screen TVs, and refreshments.

What is the distance to reach Bali pass from other state

  1. Delhi to dehradun distance by flight -207 Kms) and Dehradun airport to  Sankri 217 kms by taxi and  (Sankri to Jankichatti via Bali pass summit 65 km on foot )
  2. Delhi to dehradun distance by train 302 kms ) and Dehradun to Sankri 190 kms by taxi and (Sankri to Jankichatti via Bali pass summit 65 km on foot )
  3. Delhi to dehradun distance by bus 249 kms) and Dehradun to Sankri by taxi to sankri 190 kms, and (Sankri to Jankichatti via Bali pass summit 65 km on foot )
  4. Bangalore to dehradun distance by air 1924 kms) (By Train – 2371 kms) and Dehradun airport to  Sankri 217 km by taxi, and (Sankri to Jankichatti via Bali pass summit 65 km on foot )
  5. Mumbai to dehradun distance by air 1344 kms) (By Train – 1724 kms ) and Dehradun to Sankri 190 km by Taxi and (Sankri to Jankichatti via Bali pass summit 65 km on foot )
  6. kolkata to dehradun distance by air 1518 kms ( By Train – 1694 km) and Dehradun to Sankri 190 km by taxi and (Sankri to Jankichatti via Bali pass summit 65km on foot )

ATM Point and Mobile Connectivity in Bali pass Trek

ATM Point

Before starting the journey to Bali Pass, make sure that you need payments, and then take out the cash on the way, Sankri base camp no bank and  no ATM., Purola  market is the last place where you can withdraw cash from ATM,   (If you want to withdraw money then do it in Dehradun.)

Mobile Connectivity

The phone does not work well on it. Therefore, you should ensure that you do not have to make any important calls. So make sure you finish all your important work and calls before starting the trek. Last Purola lunch point, your device will receive good networks

Sankri base camp only BSNL, network, Remember, these networks also sometimes does not work. Because the signal strength is not good.


Day 1: Pick up from Dehradun Railway Station and Drive to Sankri (base camp) by taxi

Total distance 210 – – 8/9 Hours journey

Mode of journey – By taxi

Altitude Sankri base camp – 1920 meters

Night stay – Our the grand shiva  Hotel – on a twin share basis

Himalayan Hikers organizes transport for trekkers from Dehradun Railway Station in the morning which will leave for Sankri around 6:00 am to 7:00 am.

Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand and one of the most beautiful places in India. The main attraction of this place is Rajpur road go through it and get a glimpse of Dehradun’s beauty.

Reach Mussoorie after an hour which is also known as “Queen of Hills”. People visit it heavily during vacations with their family and friends. After half an hour, stop at kempty fall. Have breakfast there and witness people from different parts of the world. The break will be of a maximum of 1 hour. Ahead the peaks are visible and further you will come close to holy Yamuna River. If you want, then take a short break of 20 minutes and enjoy being around it.

Further, you will cross the small markets of Nainbagh, Damta, and Naugaon. Reach Purola around 1:30 pm and take a break there for lunch. After having lunch proceed to Sankri via Jarmola. From there the back of Kedarkantha is visible. Go through the picturesque zig-zag road amid the pine forest of Jarmola.

Reach Mori and after 1 hour you will come across a check post. They will ask for Aadhar cards and some other details. Ahead lies Sankri, enjoy the drive and the wait is soon going to be over. Reach trekkers paradise and the main market of Sankri.

Go to hotel Swargarohini, freshen up and enjoy evening snacks in the open terrace with great views. You will be provided some details after which you can go for an evening walk but be at the hotel for dinner.

Enjoy delicious dinner and spend a comfortable night in the mountains.


Day 2: Trek from Sankri to Taluka by taxi – 11 km same day trek to Cheludgad camp!

Total distance 23 km – 4/5 Hours journey

Mode of journey – On foot – 12 km – By taxi 11 km

Altitude Cheludgad camp – 2600 Meters

Night Stay – Our Campsite – on a twin share basis

After breakfast, ready to all trekkers we will drive towards Taluka on the way beautiful forest many species of tree, Taluka is a small village with concrete houses and you can easily find few shops and hotels there. Trek starts from Taluka and the sight of magnificent snow-clad mountains accompany you all along the way.
Go ahead, cross a bridge over a stream and follow the trail. Pass through dense forest and a Supin river on the way is visible flowing through the woods below. Continue trekking and a village named Dhatmir comes into right sight.

Ahead lies a lavish green meadow, which further leads to the forest section. The trail changes to the mixture of steep and leveled path and afterward to muddy.
After some hours of trekking, Supin River can be seen flowing through the woods. Now, again cross the forest section and reach the green fields and a shop on the way.
From here, cross a bridge and a little higher you are welcomed by the surpassing views of towering peaks. To reach Cheludgad campsite today, set up your camps here and retire for the night. Enjoying the first camping night here.


Day 3: Trek from Cheludgad camp to Devsu Bugyal Camp

Trek Distance – 07 Km – 3/4 Hours journey /p>

Mode of journey – On foot 7 km

Altitude – Devsu Bugyal camp – 2890 Meters

Night Stay – Our Campsite – on a twin share basis

After breakfast starts the trek the destination for today is Devsu Bugyal camp on a gradual ascent that offers excellent views of the snow-covered mountains and vast valleys with huge waterfalls.

Devsu Bugyal 2nd camp of malaria lake trek
Through dense forest and spot rare species of Himalayan birds, animal and exotic flowers.

The area is full of birch and spruce.
Ahead, the trail gets steep, cross the last steep ascent and reaches Devsu Bugyal. This is beg meadows, and grassland, There is greenery all over, enlivening nature and open wide meadows which are perfect for camping. From here spot magnificent Black Peak.
Pitch your tents and enjoying the beautiful mountain life with us


Day 4: Trek from Devsu Bugyal to Ruinsara Lake

Trek Distance – 12km – 5/6 Hours journey

Mode of journey – on foot – 12 km

Altitude – Ruinsara lake camp – 3500 Meters

Night Stay – Campsite – on a twin share basis

Today start trek to Ruinsara Lake is at an altitude of 3500 meters. In the morning after breakfast and with packed lunch, the trek starts to Ruinsara Lake and ascending again offers mesmerizing views of the snow-Covered mountains and wide valleys with cascading waterfalls. And enjoying one the way Ruinsara lake river
First, there was a steep descent of about 100 m to the Ruinsara River & then a steady ascent along a beautiful trail that was broken due to landslides at various places – where later during the day the ponies had a lot of difficulties.
Came to an idyllic spot for a nice halt for lunch under trees & over huge boulders.

Every long break is bound to have a photo session!
The area is home to a number of Himalayan birds and animals. Trek through the muddy path, cross the slippery areas carefully and further cross Ruinsara River over a bridge.
Ruinsara Tal is a freshwater Lake that lies amidst the pristine peaks and is nestled on the foot of Mt. Kalanag. The region is idyllic and turns lush green after the rains of June and August.
From here, you can relish magnificent views of Ruinsara Range, Mt. Kalanag, Bandarpoonch and Swargarohini (I) (II) (III). The base camp of kyarkoti
Ruinsara Tal also beautiful lake surrounding mountain range Ruinsara lake campsite is more beautiful camping in the Himalayas
Tonight you can see full moonlight and star – on your tents


Day 5: Trek from Ruinsara Lake to Odari camp

Trek Distance 06 km – 4/5 Hours journey

Mode of journey – On foot – 13 km

Altitude – Odari camp – 3815 Meters

Night Stay – on a twin share basis

Odari is a rock cave; our local shepherd staying here monsoon season, Today’s trek is 6 km long which can be covered in 4/5 hours. It begins in the morning after breakfast with packed lunch through dense forests and difficult trail.
Walk along the river and reach the campsite Odari.

There enjoy the majestic views of Bandarpoonch peaks and Swargarohini peaks. Revive your mind in the beauteous aura of this place. At night we have dinner and relax in tents.
I am sure you like this rock cave campsite – at the night you can see full moonlights and all over star this is a good experience for life


Day 6 : Trek from Odari camp to Bali pass summit 4950 Meters down to upper Damni camp

Trek Distance 06 km – 6/7 Hours journey

Mode of journey – On foot – 12 km

Altitude Upper Damni camp – 3800 Meters

Night Stay – on a twin share basis

Today woke up at 5:00 am early morning Trek will start with packed lunch to Bali Pass which lies at an altitude of 4,950 Meters. Today will be the most adventurous and challenging trek because the exhilarating trail remains covered in thick snow. So, it is important to start the day early and carry the equipment.
Note: – safety is very important so please follow your Guide and helpers team, reach Bali Pass, cross steep snow ridges. Continue your trek using an ice axe and follow the route.

The terrain is not very difficult but long distance is tiring.
After crossing the ridge section, Bali Pass comes into sight. Now, start the technical climb, some parts may get challenging but they can be traversed using the right skills and following the instruction of guides and Himalayan Hikers team.

Before reaching Bali Pass, get views of Yamunotri valley from the ridge.
The last ridge climb is tough which leads to this high Pass. Now, the panorama views will surely leave you speechless and staring at the high rising peaks. Bandarpoonch and Black peak look close and clear with full sight of Ruinsara and Yamunotri valleys.

Descending on the other side of the pass proved to be an even bigger ordeal than climbing up the snow. About 80-90 m pitch immediately after the pass was so treacherous that each of us had to be taken down, hand-held by a porter.


Day 7 : Trek from upper Damni camp to via Yamunotri temple to Jankichatti Hotel

Trek Distance 13 km – 6/7 Hours journey

Mode of journey – On foot – 13 km

Altitude Jankichatti altitude – 2650 Meters

Night Stay – on a twin share basis

After breakfast, head towards Yamunotri. The Yamuna is the daughter of the sun (Surya Dev) Visit the temple and hot spring present there and then trek down to Jan Ki Chatti which lies 5 km away.
Take the trail descending through the forest. The downward trail is steep and it will connect to the old Yamunotri trail. If you want to visit the Yamuna temple go left, Yamunotri is the source of the Yamuna River, about 3,293m above the sea level.

This temple was constructed by Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal. Yamunotri Dham is one of the Char Dham.
People come to visit this place, after visiting people go happily.

People also come from abroad for this beautiful trek, coming to this place brings peace of mind. Sometimes peoples who come from abroad say that you are so lucky that you live in such a beautiful place.
Char Dham is situated in the state of Uttarakhand that’s why Uttarakhand is known as Devbhoomi which literally means “The Land of Lord”.
Otherwise, take a right and follow the trail that connects with the new Yamunotri to Jan Ki Chatti.

Reach the cemented trail and in two hours come to Jan Ki Chatti.
Check-in a hotel and retire for the night here.


Day 8: Drive  from Jankichatti to Dehradun via Mussoorie 

Distance – 175 km – 6/7 Hours journey

Mode of a journey – By Taxi

Our service end here

Today is the last breakfast with team Himalayan hikers the trekkers’ departures Day from Janki Chatti to Dehradun.
Himalayan Hikers arranged to you transport Janki Chatti to Dehradun
Reached Dehradun evening 4 to 5 pm

Things to carry on trek

Mandatory Documents

Please carry the documents given below

Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Aadhar Card, Driving License, Voters ID, etc,
Passport and Visa important to foreigners
Medical Certificate (First part should be filled by the Doctor and Second part by the Trekker)
Declaration Certificates

Note: –  Many trekkers commit the same mistake of carrying unnecessary items on a trek which only makes the backpack heavy. It is important to know the right items to carry.
It differs from season to season if you are trekking in summers then carry less layers of warm clothing and if you are trekking in winters carry enough layers to protect yourself against chilly cold.

Necessary Items for trekkers

carry on a trek

Backpack (50 to 60 liters)
A strongly built backpack with good support is compulsory for a trek. (Rain cover is important)

Sturdy Trekking Shoes
The shoes should be strong enough with good support. The people ask if sports shoes would be comfortable but it is good to bring the right trekking shoes.

The Clothes You Should Bring On a Trek
Avoid keeping extra clothes because it only makes you backpack heavy.

Trek Pants – The jeans are never suitable for a trek so you need at least 2-3 trek pants for treks carry more for longer treks.

Jacket – Jackets are very important to carry on a trek it protects you against the chilly weather. So carry 2 jackets on a week long trek.

Layers of warm Clothing 
Carry warm woolen layers or fleece. Carry more layers during winter season (at least 2 to 3) and less during summer.

Thermals – The Temperature decreases at night so you might be need thermals for Night.

T- Shirts – Bring those t shirts which dry fast.

Poncho –They are needed if you are trekking on a Rainy day to keep you dry.

Hiking Pole

Water Bottle 2

Cap or Balaclava



Woolen and Waterproof Gloves

Socks (Woolen and Regular)


Torch head light

Personal Toiletry Items –  (toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, sanitizer etc.)

Carry Personal Medical Kit

Personal Medical Kit (Carry minimum 5 tablets and maximum 10)

Medical Kit

Diamox – (Prevents altitude sickness)

Digene – (It cures discomfort in stomach, acidity)

Crocin Advance – (Cures fever and headache)

Aspirin/Combiflam – (Pain reliever)

Disprin – (Cures headache)

Avomine – (Prevents motion sickness)

Avil – (It treat allergies)

Norflox TZ & Lomofen – (Prevents Diarrhoea)

Ranitidine – (Reduces the amount of acid in stomach)

Volini/Moov spray – (For sprains)

Betadine/Savlon – (Antiseptic cream)


Band aid


Stretchable/Elastic bandage


Note:- Use medicines only when prescribed by the doctor. In case you face any problem during your trek, discuss and take advice from the Professional guide.

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Personal Insurance

Medical Certificate

Personal toiletry Items and Personal Medicine kit

On first day En Route to base camp the Breakfast and Lunch are Not Included

Last Day En Route Lunch and Dinner are Not Included

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Bali Pass Trek

  1. Arunita saha

    One of the best experience with team Himalayan Hikers. organizing and accommodating me ensuring every little thing was taken care of! I I thought many times that my trek did not go well with this team, but when someone told me that Himalayan Hikers are a local team, there is no one better than them, I felt more confident, and today I can say, every day food to good , Guide Kamleh, Ashutosh , and Helper amazing , No shortage , Sankri Special Home Stay Grand Shiv is a different experience,
    Shared elaborate story pics from google plus one of the best experiences in my life… thanks Kuldeep ji for connecting us to this experience,

    • Himalayan Hikers

      thanks aap ka sukariya madam ji

  2. Rajat Podder

    I did Bali pass trek 15 may 22 may 2022- with Himalayan Hikers Being a travel and Treakking agent I must say I am extremely happy with their professionalism and field excellence. A sharp and decent team ,courteous staffs and modern equipment’s will make your Himalayan days smooth & enjoyable. TRY THEM

  3. Dhananjay Bibikar

    We six people from mumbai – complicated Balipass trek with Himalayan Hikers.Trek was very difficult and due to snow storm on sumeet day (23 September2021) it become more difficult and dangerous.we servieve only because of experience guides Ganga singh and Janakji .Supporting staff also very helpful.We get very good food and beverage throughout trek.

  4. Pankaj bhandari

    Now from where shall i start…this guy kuldeep rawat is the best when its about trekking services, he always take care of everything like proper equipment, gear , camping , meals and yes the most important safety of trekkers….trust me his services are far ahead than indiahikes, thirophillia etc and m saying this from my experiences….when its about trek remember the name kuldeep rawat (himalayan hikers ) …this time i did bali pass summit with HH and it was not the best time to go bcoz snow had melted and only black ice and big stones were left before the summit point , it seemed that it was impossible for us to reach the summit point but the efforts of the crew of HIMALAYAN HIKERS made it possible….cheers and thanks to team HIMALAYAN HIKERS AKA KULDEEP RAWATA

  5. anurag

    Bali Pass trek is a good and high altitude trek. We have had a lot of fun doing this trek, all the staff of the Himalayan Hikers team are very good and helpful,

  6. Ritwik

    Last June I have done this offbeat virgin trek, Bali pass 4950. I always do my little bit of research about the place and the people. And my inquisitiveness lead me to Himalayan Hikers. I would like to thank the entire team of Himalayan Hikers for their hospitality and tenderness. The team left no stones unturned to make this trip most memorable experience of my life.
    Bali pass offered me everything… Beautiful landscape, green Meadows, adrenaline rush and snow white mountains. But the experience would not have been so rewarding without the appetizing food, meticulous guidelines from Himalayan Hikers. Gangaji and Mahendra ji made my Bali pass trek one journey worth cherishing life time.

    Forever indebted for this trek. Here’s wishing more journeys with Himalayan Hikers in future.

  7. Sakshar Sarkar

    One of the most beautiful Himalayan trek. It has many things to offer like walking through a snow capped ridge, multiple river crossing, camping upon a snow desert with the magnificent view of Mount Swargarohini. Along with this, The special touch and carings of Himalayan Hikers made it more beautiful and a lifetime journey. Arrangements are extremely good and Staffs are so much help full undoubtedly. I must recommend Himalayan Hikers for any of the Himalayan Treks in India.

  8. Trisha Saha

    Did Bali Pass trek with our old friend Kuldeep Rawat( Himalayan Hikers). Would like to thank the entire team of Himalayan Hikers for their hospitality and tenderness. The team left no stone unturned to ensure the trek becomes the most memorable experience of our lives.

    Awesome landscapes, beautiful meadows, adrenaline rush while walking on snow peaked mountain edges, etc is what Bali pass trek offered us. However, the experience would not have been so rewarding without the appetizing food, our guide Janak ji, other support staffs(Suresh,Kamlesh,Laksman,Arvind,Ganeshji) .These made our Bali Pass trek one kickass journey and something worth cherishing for lifetime!!

    Go with Himalayan Hikers if you want one hell of a trekking experience.

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