Destination Covered : Dehradun, Almora, Port Blair, Gangtok
Price (Starting From) :
INR 18000 Per Person
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
An exhilarating getaway where from you can capture the majestic trio of Kalanag at 6,387 meters, Bander Punch 6,316 meters and Swargarohini group of peaks at a maximum elevation of 6,252 meters. The trail crossing the Govind National Park, which houses several colourful orchards and species of animals and birds Ruinsara is a lovely lake surrounded by meadows and rhododendron bushes. You can also visit the Kyarkoti which is the base camp for Black peak (Kalanag) and Dumdar Kandi pass. Once you will reach the top of Bali pass you will be surprised to see the scenic beauty of this peak.
Day 1: Drive from Dehradun to Sankri (200kms; 6-7 hours)
In the way of dehradun to sankri the first hill station we will reach at mussorie. Mussoorie is one of the most beautiful hill stations not only in Uttarakhand, but the whole of India. It is named after Mansoor, a shrub which is indigenous to this area. Popularly known as the 'Queen of hills' in India, the place seems like a 'virtual paradise' on earth. Lush green forests and lofty mountains adorn the scenic town. After that we cross along with Kempty Falls Kempty Fall is one of the most beautiful water fall. Enveloped by high mountain cliffs and situated at an altitude of 4500 feet, the falls present an awe-inspiring view as the water falls down from a high altitude and then splits into five streams.
Final station of Day One is sankri which is banks of the River Tons. We know the excitement of the following day may just keep you keep, but tired eyes may not get you very far. So enjoy a scrumptious meal and tuck in before the adventure begins!
Day 2: Drive from Sankri to Taluka; And it begins from Taluka to Osla (14kms;5-6 hours) Altitude: 6,400ft
The day starts with 2 hours’ drive through the dense forests and the streams cutting through the lushness of the forests towards Taluka village and from thereon we shall start our trek on the stony trail towards the beautiful village of Seema. Welcomed by the very gracious people of the mountains, Taluka has quite contrasting architectural structure as compared to its other neighboring villages. The trek begins with a small descent towards the banks of River Tons. A distinctly craved shepherd’s trail is visible along the banks of the river that leads to straight into the mixed forests. A few minutes into the forest of conifers and you will come across a cemented bridge.
Day 3: Osla(2,560 m) to Roiltia or Waterfall camp (3,350 m);6-7 hours hike: 13 km
On this day, you continue along the true right of the valley along the Tons river. The trail ascends through the fields and climbs high above the confluence of the Tons and Ruinsara gad. The walk through the forest is beautiful, with Kalanag (6387) visible straight ahead in the valley. You can put a camp near the waterfall and enjoy the cold breeze of water droplets in the air.
Day 4: Waterfall to Ruinsara Lake (3,600 m);2 hours hike: 4 km
After camping near waterfall you will head towards Ruinsara lake. There is a stark difference in the vegetation with pine and fir giving way to birch and rhododendron. Ruinsara is a lovely lake surrounded by meadows and rhododendron bushes. It is considered sacred by the locals. Overnight in camps near the lake.
Day 5: Ruinsara Lake - Rest and Explore
On trekking from past 4 days, you can rest near the lake and spend the day exploring the nearby glaciers and valleys. This will help you to acclimatize before the next day's climb to the pass. You can also visit the Kyarkoti which is the base camp for Black peak (Kalanag) and Dumdar Kandi pass.
Day 6: Ruinsara Lake to Odari (4,100 M);4h Hike: 4 Km
You have to start early form Ruinsara so that by evening you will be able to reach Godari. Along the glacier Moraine, there is a beautiful campsite place where you can easily spend your day exploring the beautiful miracle of nature.
Day 7: Odari (4,100 m) to upper Dhamni (4,000 m) via Bali pass (4,900 m);7 hours hike: 15 km
We start very early today. The trail heads down south, over the ridge. It is a fairly short but steep climb up to the Bali pass on the southern ridge. A lot of glacial peaks will be encountered here. Once you will reach the top of Bali pass you will be surprised to see the scenic beauty of this peak. Along with Bali pass top, it will embrace you with the picturesque view of Banderpunch peaks on a clear day. After exploring the Bali pass now you can start your return journey. You will descend to Alpine zone from Bali pass to the Camping grounds of Upper Dhamni.
Day 8: Upper Dhamni to Yamunotri to Janki Chatti (2,400 m);7-8 hours hike: 12 km
Today we continue with return journey from Bali pass and trek to forested areas heading towards Yamunotri. You can also visit the Shrine of Yamunotri during the return journey to Janki Chatti.
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