Bali Pass trek lies in the Himalayas and it is at an altitude of 4953 m. It is a connecting pass that connects Har Ki Dun and Ruinsara valley to Yamunotri valley. Bali Pass trekking is not for everybody but for the real lovers of adventure, the thrill of this trek is much more than you can expect. The challenging trails of Bali Pass make it one of the difficult treks. Major attractions of Bali Pass Trekking. Picturesque meadow of Debshu Bugyal amidst Ruinsara forest with surpassing views of Mt. Kala Nag and Swargarohini, it is a bliss for trekkers to camp here. The undulating meadows surround this unique Lake named “Ruinsara Lake” and it lies in the middle of Swargarohini mountain ranges. The beautiful views of Govind Pashu National Park and Ruinsara valley are captivating.
Odari to Bali Pass summit (4953 m) Upper Damnai camp (6 km) (7/8 hours) (4600 m)
Upper Damnai camp to Yamunotri Temple and Jan ki Chatti (12km) (7/8 hours) (2,575 m)a