Bali Pass Trek with Himalaya Shelter

The Bali Pass Trek is a thrilling adventure that takes you through the rugged terrain of the Himalayas. Located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, this trek traverses through varying altitudes and climates, from lush green valleys to icy glaciers. The trek starts from the village of Sankri in the Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and ends in Yamunotri in the Gangotri National Park. Bali Pass is a mountain pass that peaks slightly below the 16,200 ft mark and connects the Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Valley to Yamunotri and vice versa. This unique trek falls in the Garhwal Mountain Range in Uttarakhand. It passes through two different valleys, Har ki Dun Valley and Ruinsara Valley. During the initial days of the trek, you will walk along the Supin River. The Bali Pass Trek is a high mountain pass trek in Uttarakhand, suitable for experienced trekkers who have completed Himalayan treks before. Due to its high altitude, long walking distances, and steep climbs, first-time trekkers may find it challenging to reach the summit. A good level of fitness and endurance is required for this trek. The total trek distance is around 66 km, requiring participants to cover approximately 8-9 km per day. As you approach the summit, the air becomes thinner, and the oxygen level decreases. On the summit, trekkers will have to navigate with only 1/3 of the normal oxygen level. In addition to the low oxygen level, trekkers must endure extremely cold temperatures, especially at night. However, Himalaya Shelter provides high-quality tents and sleeping bags to help cope with the cold.