If you love hiking or trekking in the Himalayas for its difficulty and challenges then Summer Treks, Bali Pass Trek must definitely be your choice. It is the new definition of tough treks of the Himalayas. Along with being not easy, it has all the alluring attributes of the high mountains. Lying the spiritual hub Gangotri region the trail, of course, offers all the stunning sceneries of the Uttarakhand mountains and also adds the pinch of notorious complexity.
Let us now talk about why this trek is a privileged one. First of all, it hails in the mystic Gangotri region. From here it heads to the Yamnotri region. If you are not aware let us remind you that both Gangotri and Yamnotri are the two of the Dhams of the Char Dham yatra. Yes, do this trek and you will surely get the blessings of all the lords. Then the trek is a connection point of the renowned and most loved Har Ki Doon and Ruinsara valleys. So, the hike also has mountaineering and geographical importance.
Last but not least the popular Osla village also finds its way in the hiking route. Therefore, you will not miss the ancient wooden architecture of the Osla habitats. If its Har Ki Doon valley then Swargarohini will also be seen. Swargarohini or the stairway to heaven dominates throughout the Har Ki Doon valley. As the legend goes the Pandavas made their way to Heaven in this valley hence the peak is named as Swargarohini.
With so much of significance, this high pass is the highest trekkable pass we do. At 16,207 ft the pass is a strenuous journey with panoramic sights of Swargarohini, Banderpooch and Garhwal peaks. Bali pass is for true adventure seekers who are ready to give full energy and those who have immense will power to not give up despite the changing weather. With varying climate, there will be drastic changes in the terrains. That makes the hike really enjoyable. It will be like walking into the unknown.