Bali Pass Trek offers the beauty of nature. And gets a chance to explore the extravagant beauty of the region with the valleys. Enthrall in an outstanding trek to Uttarakhand Himalaya with the amazing 360-degree view of Swargarohini, Kalanag, and Bandarpoonch. Trekkers can also capture the beauty of these peaks on Kedarkantha trek or Har ki dun trek.
Harkidun bali pass trekking trail passes through the scenic views of the confluence of Tons, Ruinsara rivers and also the lush meadows of Dev Thach throughout your way. This trek is a difficult trekking trail, only suitable for physically fit trekkers. Uttarakhand trekking trail blessed with the endless trekking trail. Bali pass Ruinsara lake trek is one of the least explored treks in Garhwal Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. One can also find the beautiful Ruinsara lake covered with the green meadows.
Trekkers can enjoy adventure ice frozen trekking trail of the trek which is at 4800 meters above sea level. The Bali Pass trek route starts from Sankri. Sankari is the base camp of Harkidun Trek, Kedarkantha Trek, and Bali pass Ruinsar lake trek. Bali pass trail passes through the dense forest of pine and deodar trees. The main highlight of the trek is the Ruinsara Glacial Lake and also the lush green meadows of the Dev Thach. Ruinsara glacial lake has spectacular beauty and trekkers can also get an opportunity to capture the fantastic view of the lake.
This trek is beautified with the scenic beauty of the surrounding area. It considered as one of the unexplored trekking trails in Indian Himalaya. The best time to visit is in summer (May-June). There are many good reasons to leave home for a few days. You can also make bali pass trek videos with the beautiful scenery. On Himalayan treks, as the temperature falls your battery would discharge even without using and electricity is a rare thing. So, don’t forget to carry a camera with an extra battery.
Day 1- Bali Pass Trek- Dehradun to Sankri 8-9 hrs.
Day 2- Sankri to Seema
Day 3- Seema to Dhevsu Bugyal
Day 4- Devsu Bugyal to Ruinsara lake
Day 5- Ruinsara lake Rest day
Day 6- Ruinsara lake to Bali Pass/Odari
Day 7- Odari to Upper Dhamni via Bali Pass
Day 8- Upper Dhamni to Dehradun via Hanuman Chatti
The last day of the Har ki dun Bali Pass Ruinsara lake Trek. Trek towards Hanuman Chatti where one can see the confluence of Yamuna and Hanuman Ganga. And then, from this point drive back to Dehradun.
Day 7- Odari to Upper Dhamni
* Down Jacket
* Comfortable Trek Pants 3-4
* Trekking Shoes
* Sun Block for Lips
A trekking requires a lot of preparations to make sure that are physically and mentally ready for adventure. Here you can learn some basic life and survival skills, planning and organizing in this phase. We are giving some suggestions to make sure you are safe and enjoy your trekking adventure, Because of the changing environment, altitude, and terrains you’ll be facing Climbing & trekking is no small undertaking, so it is necessary that you give some time to prepare before you going to trekking & expedition in Himalayan Mountain.
WHAT DO YOU ACTUALLY NEED TO DO BEFORE GOING TO TREK?
Prepare your body-
- Running, Walk, Running
Running & Walking is the easiest and best for good health and trekking. Since the daunting of trekking & climbing requires long hours of public walk, ride, or drive, you must practice running or walking ablest one hour daily. Long walks during trekking make you tired those times and walk increase your fitness levels.
The benefits of running-
- Loosing of extra pounds weight
- Lower risk of heart problem
- Improve and balance blood circulation
- Increase stamina
- Walking with solder-load or weighted bag
Since trekking requires long time walks with a bag 5 kilos on your solder, a sudden weight on your shoulders. Put 5-6 kilos bag and try to walk 2-3 minutes and repeat this 10 times in 24 hours. If you have weight vest the try to run if you have not weighted vest the fill your bag with some books and wasted newspaper to weight.
- Climb stairs Up & Down
A mandatory aspect of trekking is ascending and descending trek. Ascend and descend walking is the most difficult tasks one faces during such trekking. For fitness practice, you regularly climb stairs. Regular climbing stair provides stronger muscles and better mental reflexes. Every day 5-10 minutes of stair climbing or 45 min walk or 20 min running reduces the risk of heart problem and increasing your stamina.
- Leg Exercises
Sports like football and hockey which involve running can be the best exercise. Cycling is also best exercise to boost up your muscles. You also follow leg exercises.
- Leg Curls
- Dumbbell lifting
- Swiss Ball Wall Squat
- Stairs walk
- Leg Curls
Repeat those exercises 2-3 time in a day to prepared for trekking in Himalayas.
- Mental and physiological fitness
Mentally and physiological fitness is more important for fitness. If you find some time for yourself then meditate. Meditation is best exercise for the Mental and physiological fitness.
One of the most impotent things for trekking and maintaining is support and encouragement of your family and friends.
Some other type to exercise your body that would give advantages and more benefit during ascent and descent trek way-
- Yoga, stretching which helps maintain flexibility of your body
- Stretching helps maintain flexibility
- Aerobic exercise
- Stair up and down