Bali Pass Trek – Trek with Himalaya shelter

The Bali Pass Trek is a thrilling adventure organized by Himalaya Shelter. This trek is known for its stunning landscapes, lush forests, and breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks. Bali Pass is a mountain pass that peaks slightly short of the 5000-meter mark and connects the Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Valley to Yamunotri and vice-versa. The trek runs through numerous heritage villages of Har Ki Dun Valley such as Osla, Gangaad, and Taluka, and ascends deep into the Govind National Park. On the route, trekkers come across the beautiful Ruinsara Lake. Multiple waterfalls lie on the way to the pass. The Bali Pass trek distance is 66 KM from Taluka to Janki Chatti. The trek is on the difficult end as the Bali Pass trek altitude is more than 16000 feet and has long walking days, with steep ascents and descents. If one plans to attempt the Bali Pass trek solo, it is highly advised to trek along a route guide as it is easy to misjudge the trail while descending or ascending the pass, with steep sections that can cause mishaps. The trek also offers the opportunity to explore the villages of both the Har Ki Dun valley and the Yamunotri Valley. Witness diverse architectures and delve into the local culture and farming practices of both valleys. The best time to undertake the Bali Pass Trek is during the summer and autumn months. During this time, the landscape is at its most beautiful, with the entire trail covered in a blanket of green.