About Bali pass
Bali pass was an old trekking route from the Tons river valley to the Yamuna river valley. It continues to attract trekkers during the monsoon season when the snow melts and the pass is approachable from both sides.The pass is more approachable from the Har-ki-Dun valley as the gradient is small and gives good time for the trekkers to acclimatize to the altitude. The trek starts from Sankri and passes through the Govind National Park, which is famous for its wild flowers. It also gives one an opportunity to visit the sacred lake at Ruinsara on the way and to explore the less travelled path over Yamunotri pass to Yamunotri temple.
Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri – 8 h drive
Day 2: Sankri (1,920 m) to Seema (2,560 m) – 1 h drive + 5-6 h trek
Day 3: Seema (2,560 m) to Roiltia or Waterfall camp (3,350 m) – 6-7 h
Day 4: Roiltia to Ruinsara lake (3,600 m)- 2 h
Day 5: Rest day at Ruinsara lake
Day 6: Ruinsara lake to Odari (4,100 m)- 4-5 h
Day 7: Odari (4,100 m) to upper Dhamni (4,000 m) via Bali pass (4,900 m)- 7-8 h
Day 8: Upper Dhamni (4,000 m) to Yamunotri to Janki Chatti (2,400 m)- 7-8 h
Day 9: Janki Chatti to Dehradun – 7 h
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