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BALI PASS TREK

16,900 Per Head
  • + 5% Goods & Service Tax
  • Transport Included | Dehradun To Dehradun
  • ₹ 14,900 Is Trek Fee | ₹  2000 For Transport (All Included In Trek Fee)
Bali Pass Trek

Bali Pass Trek

Crossing Most Adventrous Pass  from Har Ki Dun Valley towards Yamunotri

It’s rare to find a trek that offers you the opportunity to experience it pure grandeur of a crossing Himalayan Pass. Yamunotri and Har Ki Dun Valley links throug Bali Pass Trek. It crosses the confluence between Tons and Ruinsara river, and enjoys the unspoilt serenity and lush meadows at Devsu Thach.

Soon, the greenery will open up to alpine zones. The Pass, at 16,207 feet, offers 360° panoramic views of the Bandarpoonch and Kalanag peaks. This trek is not for beginners and it’s hard work.

Trekking to Pass

The Pass, at a staggering 5,000m elevation, is located in the Garhwal kernels. The stunning high-

altitude pass at offers breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayan peaks like Swargarohini, Kala Nag and Bandarpoonch.You will be able to relive your childhood memories with Bali Pass Trek. It is filled with adventures and beautiful views. The trek begins at Sankri and finishes at Jankichatti. This trek requires some trekking experience.

Highlights of Bali Pass Trek

 

1. You can travel back in time to the ancient villages of Osla or Gangad

Gangaad Village
Gangaad Village Photo by Nilmani Parth

 

The unique folklore and village culture of Osla and Gangad are evident from day one. You will be captivated for hours by the captivating Himachali architecture of Osla’s ancient temples.

2. The Ruinsara Forest’s alpine meadows, Devsu Thach, are a great surprise.

 

Dev Thach’s setting is stunning. The perfect setting is a thriving meadow with tall trees and Kalanag, Swargarohini, and Kalanag in the background. This is a great spot to camp.

3.The Ruinsara Trail, which runs from Devsu Thach up to Ruinsara Lake and continues to Ruinsara River.

ruinsra lake river
Ruinsara River, Black Peak, Bandar punch range in background| Photo by Rahul Chauhan

This stretch is beautiful but also quite tricky. It is narrow so it’s easy to compare it with Rishi Gorge. Nanda Devi Although it’s not as difficult as the former, sanctuary is possible. Amazing array of alpine flowers can be seen along the riverbank.

4. Ruinsara Lake, a unique glacial lake

ruinsara lake
Ruinsara Lake | Photo by Rahul Chauhan

The serene, tranquil lake lies among the beautiful mountains of Swaragrohini. The meadows are pristine and undeveloped. The lakeside is tranquil and one can feel the peace.

5. Bali Pass: The difficult approach

bali pass ridge
Bali Pass Ridge | Photo by Shlok Dave

It is possible to cross the Himalayan pass in either the pre- or post-monsoon season. The higher areas of the pass are snowy in the months of June and July. In the post monsoon seasons, it is drier and more rockier. Trekkers who love high-altitude pass traverses will feel right at home.

Day Wise Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri

  • 1,950m/6.400ft (Sankri)
  • Distance: 220 km – approximately 10 hours.
  • Pick-up time at Dehradun railway station parking lot.
  • Sankri is expected to arrive at 5:00 PM.
    Bring original and a copy of your ID proof with you to Sankri’s forest check point.
  • Available network BSNL (erratic).
  • Lunch and breakfast on the way are not included in the price
  • After Pulora keep a warm jacket handy.
  • There is a local market.
  • Pulora has an AMT that is fully functional
  • Sankari is at the end of the road to Govind Balabh Pant Wilderness Sanctuary.
  • Dinner at the guest house included in the price
    Double or triple occupancy in a Guest House

Photos by Nilmani Parth

Sankri is the first stop before you start your Bali pass trek. This is a small village in Uttarkashi, which lies within Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. You will pass scenic spots like on the drive from Dehradun, to Sankri. Kempty waterfalls and Nainbagh, Mussoorie, etc. It is surrounded with the peaks of Swargrohini, and other Greater Himalayan summits. The evening sky rises up around Sankri, creating amazing scenes. This is a great way to get started on your trek. Here, you can stay in hotels or at home stay.

Day 02: Sankri to Seema via Taluka

  • Altitude: 2,600m/8.500ft (Seema), and 2,100m/6.700ft(Taluka).
  • Altitude difference: 650m/2,100ft.
  • Sankri to Taluka drive 12kms, 1 hour.
  • Taluka-Seema Trek 12km, 7-8 Hours
  • The majority of the trail is a gradual ascent.
  • Take a walk along the Supin River.
  • Trekking is done in the forest of Deodar, Bamboo, Wild Roses, Irises, and Chestnut.
  • Water on the road.
  • Osla village is located opposite Seema.
    Lunch packed on the way
  • Tent-stay .

Photos by Nilmani Parth

Get up early to start the morning drive to Taluka. This is where we start our trekking. You will cross major streams, bamboo, and deodar trees to reach the driveway that is 12 km long. It is a joy to turn over many mountain bends. You can camp near Forest Rest House, and in some cases trekkers also camp there.

Begin your walk from Taluka by following a stone-way, which descends to the river bed. From here, the path follows the Supin river. The path gradually ascends after crossing a couple of cement and wooden bridges. The path will open up to the left after about an hour. Many locals are busy at their jobs around here. They are happy to greet you. You can find stunning, undiscovered wooden architectures if you continue walking for 2 hours. This is Ghangad village. It takes another 20 minutes to reach the dhaba or water run mill.

Continue onwards for an additional hour to reach another campsite that is currently under construction. A wooden bridge will take you to Osla village. Osla, with its unique wooden houses, is a very popular tourist destination. Continue walking for 60 minutes under forest cover, next to Supin river, until you reach Seema. You will see Himalayan Monal if you keep your eyes open in the forest. Seema is a camping area, but you will find many trekkers there. You can stay in tents for the night and then relax.

Day 3: Seema to Rainbasera

  • Altitude: 3,100m/10,200ft.
  • Altitude difference: 500m/1,700ft.
  • Trekking: 10km in 6-7 hours.
  • Moderate to difficult ascents and descents
  • You can see the confluence between Har Ki Dun’s and Ruinsara Rivers.
  • A stunning view of Black Peak (Kalanag) from Debshu Bugyal
    Walk along the Ruinsara river.
  • Mixed scenery of meadows, forests, and boulders
    Water source sufficient.
  • Lunch packed for the day.
  • Stay in a tent

Photos by Vamsi Padmakar

To reach Debshu Bugyal, our first major spot, you must start from scratch. Start by walking on the Supin river. Today’s trail climbs and becomes steeper as you reach Debshu Bugyal. There will be boulders along the route once you reach Ruinsara Valley. Keep climbing to see the famous Oslo village behind you.

Continue on for another 30 minutes and Debshu Bugyal will be here. You can take a break here, as the Bugyal is a huge 2km long pastureland. The meadows can be seen to the north and west of Kala Nag.

From here, the path drops abruptly until you reach river bed. It is slippery and filled with stones. Here you’ll cross another bridge. Admire the amazing sights all around you. The trail climbs steeply from this point. Rainbasera’s next campsite has one small hut. The gushing river is a beautiful sight to see in the evening. Trekkers often spend this peaceful moment right next to river bed boulders. Tents are a good option.

Day 4: Rainbasera to Ruinsara tal

  • Altitude: 3,600m/11,800ft (Ruinsara Tal).
  • Altitude difference: 500m/1,700ft.
    Trekking: 7km, 4-5 Hours
  • Moderate ascent
  • Ruinsara lake is surrounded with meadows, rhododendron bushes.
  • Mixed trail of boulders, meadows.
  • You can see the waterfall along the way.
  • Water source sufficient.
  • View from the camp site: Yamuna Kanta, Banderpooch Peak and Dhumdhar Kandi Black Peak. (Kala Nag).
  • Lunch on the road and light lunch on site
  • Camping close to the lake.

Photos by Rahul Chauhan

It’s an exciting day, as Ruinsara Lake is our next camping ground. It will be a similar trail to the one you saw yesterday. Continue walking for about 3-4 hours to reach the water body. The lake can be accessed by crossing streams, walking and other adventures.

Camping today is a true dream. It is located between Ruinsara lake and Supin river, surrounded with meadows that are dotted by huge snow-capped mountains. The sky is dominated by the stunning Bandarpoonch range peaks like Kala Nag, Bandarpoonch and Dhumdhar Khai. Here you will also find a temple. You can simply walk around the area and take in the sights.

Day 05: Ruinsara Tal to Odari

  • Altitude: 4,000m/13,100ft.
  • Altitude difference: 400m/1,300ft.
  • Trekking: 4 km, 3-4 hours
    Peaks: Swargarohini.
  • Steep, gradual mixed ascent
  • Water source is limited
  • River crossing through making a human chain.
  • Odari is a natural-made rock cave.
  • It is believed that Bali (Hanuman’s brother) stayed for one night in Odari.
  • Hot lunch on the camp site

Photos by Shlok Dave

Today’s walk will only take you 4km. It descends towards the Supin river. You will pass through forests and cross rivers. The path climbs again before reaching the next meadow. The higher peaks can be seen from the meadows. This is a preview of the things you have seen in the last few days.

Surprisingly the vegetation becomes sparser in the future. Odari is within a kilometre. Near the campsite is a rock cave. Odari, which is a cave, was given the name. This cave is believed to have been the home of Bali, the brother of Lord Krishna. You can also see Swargrohini 1 and 2 clearly from this cave. Trek Leader will offer some training sessions after lunch that will help you as you climb higher.

Day 06: Odari to Bali col camp

  • Altitude: 4,600m/15,100ft.
  • Altitude difference: 600m/2,000ft.
  • Trekking: 5km, 6-7 Hours
  • Technical ascent and steep.
  • Walk on a mountain ridge.
  • There is no water source.
  • Lunch on the route and light lunch at camp.

Photos by Rahul Chauhan

Although it seems like a shorter day, it isn’t easy. It will be a steep climb up a 60 degree inclined path. This is a ridge-walk with loose rocks and scree. It is also difficult because of the stones that are scattered along the trail. You should get enough sleep and water. To avoid serious complications from height gain, you should take the necessary precautions.

Nighttime temperatures tend to drop below zero degrees. Prepare for the cold. You can rest in tents after a long day.

Day 07: Bali Col cmap to Lower Dhamni via Bali Pass

  • Altitude: Bali Pass 4,950m/16.200ft, Lowar Dhamni 3400m/11.100ft
    Altitude difference: -1,200m/4,000ft.
  • Trekking: 14km, 10- 11 hours
  • A steep and technical ascent for approximately 1-1.5 hours to reach the Pass.
  • Summit View: Bandarpoonch (Black Peak), Kalanag (Black Peak), Ruinsara, Yamuntori, and Ruinsara side. This is the logical route to Saptarishikund.
  • Half of the trek begins after reaching Bali Pass.
  • Because the path after the pass can be confusing, it is important to stay with a Trek Leader or Guide.
  • Lunch packed on the way
  • Bring enough water to your camp site (Bali col).

Photos by our Trek Leader Subhash Rawat

This can be considered the summit day. Today, you’ll be crossing the Bali Pass in order to reach Lower Dhamni. You will need to eat enough for the long day. The path to Bali Pass is steep and covered in snow. Follow the route marked by your guides. You don’t need to rope up, but you can wear microspikes if necessary.

The summit of the pass is reached after a steep climb lasting between 2 and 3 hours. It is just 10 feet wide by 30 feet wide. This is the highest point where you can feel like you are on top of a mountain. Enjoy the 360-degree views of Swargarohini and Banderpooch peaks. The Yamnotri Valley is visible to the right. Enjoy the view and take in the moment. Keep your eyes open for the descent, as the real thrill begins now.

You will climb down almost to 90 degrees, following a narrow path. Follow your guide and use proper techniques. The path from the lower Dhamni to the upper Dhamni is very difficult so take care. You may find it difficult due to the snow. Rest at Upper Dhamni after this difficult part. You will find the path from leg to Dhamni confusing. Follow your guide and make sure you are in a group.

After some rest, we will begin our trek to Lower Dhamni. It is recommended to stick with your leader and team as the path can be confusing. From here, the trail will be flattened and easily visible. It runs for about 2 km through the forest. You can rest in your tents. You will be able to stay there for a long time.

Day 08: Lower Dhamni - Jaan ki Chatti & drive to Dehradun

  • Altitude: 2,600m/8,500ft. (Jaan ki Chatti)
    Altitude difference: 800m/2600ft.
  • Trekking: 8km, 4-5 Hours
  • A well-defined and easy trail.
  • Water source sufficient.
  • Packed Lunch for the Trek
  • 170km, 7hours drive.
  • In a Tata Sumo, or another similar vehicle, you will be dropped off at Dehradun station.
  • Drop to Dehradun included in the price
  • Lunch on the Way (Not Included in the Cost).
  • Due to heavy traffic, driving time to Dehradun could increase. Book your tickets after 10 P.M from Dehradun.

Photos by Rahul Chauhan

It is the last day of the trek. This day will be the easiest, with a lot more descends than ascends. It is a cement-paved pathway. The climb up to Yamunotri takes another 1-2 hours. To reach Dehradun, leave early from your campsite.

Short Itinerary

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri

1,950m/6.400ft (Sankri). 

Pick-up time at Dehradun railway station parking lot. 

Bring original and a copy of your ID proof with you to Sankri’s forest check point.

Day 02: Sankri to Seema via Taluka

Altitude: 2,600m/8.500ft (Seema) and 2,100m/6.700ft(Taluka).

 Sankri to Taluka drive 12kms, 1 hour. 

Taluka-Seema Trek 12km, 7-8 Hours

Day 3: Seema to Rainbasera

Altitude: 3,100m/10,200ft. 

Trekking: 10km in 6-7 hours. 

Moderate to difficult ascents and descents.

 A stunning view of Black Peak (Kalanag) from Debshu Bugyal


Day 4: Rainbasera to Ruinsara tal

Altitude: 3,600m/11,800ft (Ruinsara Tal).

Trekking: 7km, 4-5 Hours

Day 05: Ruinsara Tal to Odari

Altitude: 4,000m/13,100ft.

Trekking: 4 km, 3-4 hours

Day 06: Odari to Bali col camp

Altitude: 4,600m/15,100ft.

Trekking: 5km, 6-7 Hours

Day 07: Bali Col cmap to Lower Dhamni via Bali Pass

Altitude: Bali Pass 4,950m/16.200ft | Lowar Dhamni 3400m/11.100ft

Trekking: 14km, 10- 11 hours

Day 08: Lower Dhamni – Jaan ki Chatti & drive to Dehradun

Altitude: 2,600m/8,500ft. (Jaan ki Chatti)

Trekking: 8km, 4-5 Hours

Drop to Dehradun included in the price

Lunch on the Way (Not Included in the Cost).

Drive back to dehradun you will reach dehradun by 8.30 P.M.

Trek Cost Inclusion

Stay is included on all days of the trek ( from Sankari to Lower Damni ). You will be staying in tents (3 per tent).

All meals from dinner at Sankari on Day 1 to lunch on Day 8 at Janki Chatti are included. Meals are simple, nutritious and vegetarian.

All the trek equipment will be included like a sleeping bag, kitchen & dining tent, utensils, mattress, tent, toilet tent, and crampon (if needed).

Note:- Tents and sleeping bags are custom made of Trekup India which are tested on high altitudes by our mountain expert trek team.

First aid medical kits, oxygen cylinder as well as stretcher.

Check our on trek safety protocol here.

All the needed forest entry fees along with permits.

Your trek will be led by a trainedexperienced professional guides and trek leaders with a solid guiding backgroundtimes of particular nature and trekking experience, medical certifications, and a passion for leading people into breathtaking terrains.

Transport charges from Dehradun to Sankri and Return from Janki Chatti To Dehradun.

Trek Cost Exclusion

  • All kinds of personal expenditures are excluded.
  • Anything that we have not mentioned avobe.

The trek cost is not inclusive of meals bought during the journey on 1st day and last day. ( Food starts from dinner at base camp on day first till last day lunch ).

Mules or porter charges to carry private baggage (Offload Charges for bag 600 per day, per bag. Note: bag weight should not be more than 11 kg.

Any kind of emergency evacuation charges

Trek Logistics

Pickup Point Will be nearby Dehradun Railway Statin and pickup time will be 6.30 AM.

Note: We will share exact pickup location and driver details on whatsapp group, apart from it our transport manager will be also present at the pickup point to assist you.

We will drop you off at Dehardun Railway Station max by 8 P.M on the final day. We advice you to make your departure bookings after 10 P.M.

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Route Map

Below is the route map of trek, we have mentioned below is the safest route. This route is from sankari side.
Bali Pass Trek Map And Route

How To Reach Sankri?

  • By Air
  • By Train
  • By Bus
  • Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest airport to reach Dehradun by flight that is located almost 25km away from the city. You can find regular flights from Delhi to Dehradun.
  • However, if you are planning to reach Dehradun by flight then it is better to come one day in advance.
In case, you want to reach Dehradun from Delhi by train then two express trains are quite convenient. With the train, it is an overnight journey. The two trains are mentioned below:
  • Nandadevi Express - Train no: 12205 (Departure 11:50pm; Arrival - 5:40am)
  • Dehradun Express - Train no: 12687 (Departure - 9:10pm; Arrival - 5:00am)
From Delhi, you can find a regular bus service for Dehradun. ISBT Kashmere Gate is the main bus station in Delhi from where you will find both ac and non-ac buses for Dehradun. However, it is always better to take government buses from Kashmere Gate ISBT. The bus will drop you at Dehradun ISBT and then we will send our staff who will pick you up from Dehradun Railway Station, so you need to reach there.
  • At 06:00 am, Tata Sumo or any other vehicle like this will only pick you up from Dehradun Railway Station.
  • By 04:00 pm, you will be reaching Sankri.

Things To Carry for the Bali Pass Trek?

Bali Pass Trek is an high altitude trek. The trekking gear you have to have for this particular trek differs from normal treks. Thus read this whole segment.

Trek Essentials: You can’t do the trek without these.

1. Trekking Shoes

bali pass needs sturdy trekking shoes that can withstand snow and have good grip.

Rental: We have the decathlons proper Quechua trekking shoes for rent Rent trekking shoes Here.

2. Backpack

A backpack 50-60 litres is required for a trek such as bali pass. Your backpack should have good hip support, shoulder support, and pockets should be accessiable quickly .

Rental: Rent your backpack from TrekupIndia Store, If you do not have a Backpack , Rent it right here.

3. Clothing

Layering is the best way to protect yourself in the mountains. Layers provide maximum protection against all the elements. Layers are also great for protecting against the elements, especially when it changes rapidly in the mountains.

Base Layer: 3 – T-shirts

Carry 2 T-shirt, and wear 1. Wear full-sleeve, dry-fit T-shirts, preferably with collars. These will protect your neck and arms from sunburn. UV radiations can quickly burn you, especially in the high altitudes of the trek.

Dry-fit T-shirts dry quickly, dry quickly, and are quick drying in the event of rain. Collared T-shirts work better than those with rounded necks.

Cotton or Synthetic?We Indians love cotton. It makes sense to wear cotton down in the plains, where the heat can reach 40 degrees Celsius. It takes a while to dry once it is wet. Synthetic is the best choice for mountains where temperatures are cooler. They are quick to wick sweat and dry quickly. They can smell fast so make sure to have a roll-on deodorant.

Expert Tip: If you’re more prone to colds, you can carry a pair of thermal inners. From the past experiences of ours, using 2 T shirts over other helps to prevent from cold.

From Where To Buy:Buy from Decathlon.

5. Insulation Layers in Winter.

Bali Pass Trek can be done in winter. You will need at minimum 5 layers of warm clothing if you are going between December and March.

You will require1 – inner thermals, 2 – light fleece, 1 – light sweater, and 1 padded jacket. Don’t buy your grandma’s sweaters. They can be very heavy. You want fleece jackets and sweaters that fold easily.

A padded jacket is the best choice for your outer layer. Water resistant materials are not necessary. You do need an outer jacket with a padded lining that keeps out the cold and wind. Make sure your padded jacket includes a hood.

Rental: we have a 3 in 1 trekking jacket which have all these protection, check out at TrekupIndia shop.Rent 3-IN-1 trekking jacket here.

6. Two – Trek Pants

This trek requires at least one pair of trekking pants and a maximum of two. One pair of pants should be worn and one additional for when it rains/snows. Trek pants with zip-off thighs at the thighs make them ideal for trekking. You should also choose quick-drying pants over cotton. Even in colder climates, they dry quickly.

TRack pants or trekking pants?Track pants can be used as a backup or double as thermal bottoms. Track pants aren’t trek pants so they shouldn’t be your main outerwear. They should be used as an emergency backup.

Compalsoury Accessories, without these you will not be equipped to perform the trek or not able to do Trek

These accessories are necessary to carry. These accessories are mandatory for anyone who travels to bali pass. Trekkers tend to delay borrowing or purchasing accessories. We recommend the opposite. These accessories should be gathered first.

1. Sunglasses.

Sunglasses are required to prevent snowblindness. Expect to be walking on snowy stretches during a winter trek such as bali pass. Snow blindness can be caused by a small amount of direct sunlight (around a half-hour’s exposure). Because fallen snow acts like thousands upon thousands of mirrors, reflecting direct UV rays. You will need sunglasses that provide UV protection.

If the trekking day is sunny and bright (on meadows, open sections), you should wear sunglasses. You must not remove your sunglasses from a snowy section until it is fully crossed.

In case you use spectacles: You can buy oversized sunglasses for your glasses, which you can wear over your regular glasses (buy at Decathlon). Photochromic lenses are also available if you find this cumbersome.

Contact lens users: Contact lenses can be worn on the trek if you have them. The lens solution won’t freeze. It will not be a problem to change your lens inside your tent. You will only need enough cleaning solution to clean your fingers. Your contact lenses can be covered with sunglasses.

2. Suncap.

Suncaps are mandatory. A sun cap is mandatory for trekking. It can cause headaches, sunstrokes, rapid dehydration, and a drop in performance.

Important Information: The Golden rule of the mountains is to always cover your head. A sun cap is a protective layer that protects you from the sun’s harsh rays during the day. It also works well with naked UV rays. Sun caps keep your body’s temperature in check. The reverse is true in the morning/evening. Your head quickly loses body heat. The woolen cap stops heat from escaping your head.

3.Hand Gloves.

You will be handling snow quite a lot on a trek like bali pass. To grip things or hold onto snow, gloves are essential. The gloves should also keep you warm. You should get synthetic gloves with waterproofing on the exterior and a padded interior. Wear a tight-fitting fleece glove in your synthetic hand glove if you have difficulty obtaining the combination (not likely). This trek requires hand gloves.

Rent Hand Gloves right here.

4. Woollen Cap or Balaclava.

These should cover your head. You lose the most heat in the cold mountains from your head and not your hands, feet, or other parts of your body. Protecting your head is important, especially in the evenings when the sun sets. Your woollen cap should be worn at all times, including early mornings and late evenings.

A woollen cap that covers your ears can protect your sensitive ears. Balaclavas are a modernized version of the woolen cap. The balaclava covers your ears, neck, and other parts of your face. A woolen cap that covers only your head will not be sufficient, such as a woolen cap, will require a neck warmer or scarf.

Buy Wollen Cap right here….

5. Socks (3 sets).

You should also have three to four pairs each of socks for sports. You get warmth and cushioning from sports socks. The mantra here is to wear synthetic socks, or at the very least a synthetic blend. Cotton socks absorb sweat and water. These socks are difficult to dry.

Woollen socks are warm and cozy in the winter. Two sports socks are sufficient if you can’t get woolen socks.

Buy Wollen Socks here

6. Head Torch / Head Lamp

Many trekkers don’t know if they should get a torch or a headlamp. A headlamp is essential because it allows you to use your hands for other activities. You’ll need to use your hands for Bali Pass Trek, including washing dishes, setting up tents, and holding your trekking poles.

Rental: Headlamps are offered on the TrekupIndia shop. Rent it here.

7. Trekking Pole / Trekking Stick

You can balance and stability with trekking poles. You can reduce your energy use by up to 40%. There are steep ascents, and descents on Bali Pass Trek. A pair of trekking sticks can make the difference between a pleasant and strenuous trek. India uses a single trekking stick. Two trekking poles will give you more stability and balance. You can also walk faster with them.

Rent trekking pole TrekupIndia shop….Rent it right here.

8. Rainwear.

Weather can quickly change on a trek. In a matter of seconds, a bright sunny day can quickly turn into a torrential downpour. To combat this, you will need a poncho and a rain jacket. A poncho, a large rain cover that covers your arms and heads, is what you need. Because it covers you and part of your backpack, it is very effective. It is very light and weighs almost nothing.

Rental: High-quality pancho rent on the TrekupIndia shop…Rent it right here.

9. Rain cover for your Backpack .

Backpacks can save your life. Your backpack will hold all of your dry clothes and warm gear. Your backpack should be kept dry at all times. Most backpacks have rain-covers built in. If your backpack does not come with a rain-cover, you can either buy one or make a large sheet of plastic to fit the dimensions of your backpack. The plastic sheet can be wrapped around the backpack and held in place by a string or elastic.

10. Daypack (20-30 ltrs, optional).

Some trekkers choose to load their bags onto a mule or potores while on Bali Pass Trek. Although we don’t encourage it, if you do choose to offload, then a daypack is required. You will need to carry water bottles, rainwear and emergency medicines. The campsites are the only place you can find your main backpack, which contains most of your equipment.

One day backpack is a small version of backpack which is generally of 20 – 30 ltr capability.

Additional necessary Trek Essentials

1. A toilet kit.

Try keeping the toilet kit light. Have only the basic things– toothbrush, a roll on deodorant, lip balm, a little moisturiser, toilet roll, tiny detergent along with toothpaste. You will not able to bath on the trek, therefore do not overload on shampoos and soaps.

Quick Information: Carry miniature sized products. You won’t have greater than that. When you are travelling in a team, share 1 toothpaste for all.

Stay away from getting big toilet rolls. Probably The smallest size roll is much more than sufficient for a trek as Bali Pass Trek.

For females: If you’re more likely to have the Periodes of yours on the trek day of yours, do not care about it. You are able to utilize the pads of yours, tampons or maybe menstrual cups on the trek. There’ll be toilet tents in which you are able to change. Be sure you have ziplock bags to take back the menstrual waste of yours. Do not leave behind any misuse in the mountains

2. Cutlery:

Will be provided by us like your plates and mugs etc.

3. Two one litre plastic bottles or even a two litre hydration pack:

Bali Pass Trek has many hiking days. You have to take two 1 litre water plastic bottles to help keep yourself hydrated. Carry light-weight thermos, it will help to assists you to save water that is warm on an extremely cool morning or even for late nights.

4. Presonal medi kit

Carry the medications with you, readily available at most occasions. Do not take any kind of medication unless you have consulted your trek leader.

1. Dolo 650 (5 tablet computers): This is paracetamol. It assists to take on high temperature, slight discomfort.

2. Avomine (4 tablet computers): Carry this specifically if you are prone to nausea. Pop one fifty per cent hr before the beginning of your roadway trek.

3.Combiflam (5 tablets): if you have pain in your legs, it will help you to get instant relief from pain. It also contains paracetamol.

4.Digene:If you think your food is undigested then you can take this med. Aslo tell your trek leader about it.

5.ORS (6 packs): Consume a pack of ORS water at least once a day, usually mid-day when you are in the middle of your trek.

6. Knee Brace (optional): Carry this if you are prone to knee injury or have recognized problems of knee discomfort.

Our trek leaders bring a high Altitude medical set with them which likewise contain Life-Saving Drugs, in emergency situations TrekupIndia Trek Leaders will handel the situation as our trek leaders are well trained for mountains. Before taking these medicines by yourself first tell your trek leaders about it.

Compulsory Documents to Carry.

These are files needed to be submitted at Forest Department before ypur trek. With no of these, you will not be permitted to trek .

Original and photocopy of government photo identity card. Carry Id’s like adhaar, voter id, etc.

Food Provided by Us During the Kedarkantha Trek

We provide only Indian vegetarian food and mainly your meal is going to contain Indian bread, vegetable, lentils and Rice along with delicious dessert. During your trek, we will serve three meals a day including breakfast, lunch, and dinner .

In the evening, you will also be served tea & snacks and lip-smacking soup before dinner. If it will be a long day of trekking, you will be given a packed snack.

After doing a lot of research on the nutritional requirements for the trekkers, we prepare the menu. Before putting all the meals together, we also consider altitude gained and weather.

The meal served by us while trek is perfectly balanced with the right amounts of calories, carbohydrates, vitamins, protein, fiber, and minerals. You need to know that all our cooks have great expertise in cooking and have undergone thorough training. So, get ready to enjoy delectable and lip-smacking dishes during your trek.

You will be served with lemon tea in the tent in order to start your day with a refreshed feeling. Before leaving the campsite for trekking, you will be given a hot finger-licking breakfast like upma, Aallu Prantha, Besan Chilla, Poha, Daliya,  Corn flakes, Maggie, along with tea or coffee.

In case, your trek will be longer one then we also offer some fresh local fruits such as apples and even healthy drinks like Frootie or Maaza. In the afternoon, you will be served simple & healthy lunch, while at around 04:00 pm, you will be given tea and a light evening breakfast.

After you reach your campsite at night, you will be served a hot and delightful dinner. After reading this, you must have got the idea about the food provided by us on trek, you don’t need to worry about food. Many trekkers trek with us again and again because of the food we provide. Thus, we will definitely give you unforgettable experiences.

Safety During Kedarkantha Trek

Trekking with us for bali pass is completely safe because we have a team of trek leaders who are qualified in Wilderness first-aid and also have complete information about the high-altitude glitches.

During Trek, we carry a complete first-aid kit that contains all the important medicines. Before trekking with us, you need to ensure that you are medically fit for the trek and if you are able to judge yourself then it is better to take advice from a professional.

For us, your medical fitness is very important than anything else.

Know About Us:- You need to know that our company TrekUp India has been in the field of Adventure Tourism for the last 23 years. Right from our inception, we have been involved in providing treks, voyage & hiking programs as well as high altitude expedition rafting.

We keep on organizing treks in Uttarakhand and Himachal, while being a part of the trekking community, we feature more than 75 Himalayan documented treks. Apart from other outdoor activities, our company also organizes trips for schools, colleges, and family.

We ensure complete technical safety in the mountain

Our company has a vast team of more than 100 guides, as well as trainers in order, serve in the mountain treks.

One of the best things about our team is that all the members are trained professionally from Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Indian mountaineering foundation Delhi as well as Hanifle Center Outdoor Education Mussoorie.

Therefore, we never believe in compromising on the quality as well as services offered to our valuable customers.

For Us, Your Safety Is the Top Urgency

At Trekup India, you will find a team with local knowledge and fluency in English as well as Hindi. This helps in ensuring that you have an amazing trek and not only this, we also pay attention to your health as well as safety because this is something we cannot ignore.

All the team leaders involved in trekking have already undergone several professional courses in First Aid, Portable Altitude Chamber Training, CPR, Environmental Awareness Training as well as Advanced Wilderness Emergency Medicine.

We also carry a complete first aid medical kit not only on the trek but on each and every trip which is organized by us. Apart from the medical kit, we carry a portable altitude chamber and medical oxygen for all kinds of high-altitude treks .

Our company has great expertise in organizing all sorts of group adventure holidays for family groups, school & college groups as well as friend groups. When it comes to travel options, we have a wide range that suits different fitness levels as well as traveling styles.

Therefore, no matter who big the group size, we pay personal attention to each and every member present in the group.

How We Ensure That Your Trek Is Safe with Us

Right from our establishment, we at TrekUp India, are continuously involved in introducing new safety practices into Indian trekking in order to ensure the safety of voyagers.

For walking on snow, TrekUp India introduced Microspikes and also made emergency bottled oxygen mandatory for all kinds of treks.

In order to test pulse as well as oxygen saturation levels, pulse oxymeters are used. As a safety communication device, we at TrekupIndia introduced radio.

Though we have noticed that most of the organizations organizing treks do not follow these systems but with time several competing companies are adopting these practices and organizing great and safe treks.

Explore our New Safety Protocols

In order to ensure a perfect Trek, we have introduced some new safety checks that will assure more safety for our trekkers. Our On-trek safety checks include:

  • Daily oxygen saturation along with pulse readings
  • Stretchers team appointed on every trek
  • Radios
  • Trained mountain staff and full safety
  • Additional oxygen cylinders
  • Special medical kit for high altitude treks
  • Microspikes on all types of snow treks
  • Experienced Trek leaders as well as safety
  • Technical team on all snowy slopes

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