Bali Pass Trek


Area: Garhwal Himalayas Duration: 13 Days Altitude: 4800 mts/15744 ft Grade: Moderate to challenging Season: May – Mid July & Sept – October Cloaked in mystery, and located at an altitude of 3566m, a challenge to the adventurers, Har-ki-Dun is supposed to have shared part of its history with the Pandavas and Kauravas. It is the land of Kauravas, the western part of Uttarkashi is known as Fateh Parvat, and is separated from Himachal Pradesh by the Tons River. The luxuriant Har-Ki-Dun valley has a backdrop of snowy mountain peaks, and dense forests of pine, deodar, and conifer. Har-ki-Dun (Har stands for Hari, or Lord Krishna, the blue-god, and Dun means valley), lies in the westernmost Himalayas of Garhwal, sharing its boundary with eastern Himachal Pradesh, and is dominated by the Swargarohini peak (6096m). Dehradun – Mussoorie- Sankri – Taluka – Osla – Har Ki dun – Borasu Pass – Debshu Bugyal-Ruinsara Tal – Foot of Bali pass – Bali pass – Yamunotri – Janakichatti – Hanumanchatti – Dehradun Dehradun – Mussoorie (34 km) Mussoorie – Sankri (160 km) Sankri – Taluka (12 km) Taluka – Osla (13 km) Osla – Har Ki dun (14 km) Har Ki Dun – Borasu Pass (5 km) Har Ki Dun – Debshu Bugyal (14 Km) Debshu Bugyal – Ruinsara Tal Ruinsara Tal – Foot of Bali pass (6 kms) Foot of Bali pass – Bali pass – Yamunotri (9 kms) Yamunotri – Janakichatti – Hanumanchatti (14 km) Hanuma Chatti – Dehradun (325 Km)