Deo Tibba Trek Overview:

The Deo Tibba base camp trek is a stunning trek in Manali. It is located at an elevation of 6001 meters above sea level. The Deo Tibba trek allows you to see the beauty of snow-capped mountains such as Deo Tibba, Jagatsukh Peak, and Norbu Peak.

Deo Tibbe trek begins in Manali and ends in Kullu valley. Deo Tibba is a proper mountain expedition that only experienced trekkers with technical knowledge should attempt. The trek is not suitable for novice hikers.

When is the best time to go on the Deo Tibba Trek?

The best months to do the Deo Tibba trek are June, August, September, and October when the harshness of winter has passed and the trials have cleared up significantly. The temperature varies between 10 and 15 degrees during the day and -2 to 5 degrees at night.

How To Get There?

Jagatsukh, Manali will be the pick-up and drop-off location. We can arrange a cab for you from the Manali bus station, but the cost is not included in the package. The cost of the cab can be split among the trekkers.

By Air:

Bhuntar, 11 kilometers from Kullu and 52 kilometers from Manali, is the nearest airport. You can take a taxi from Bhuntar to Manali for around Rs 1000.

By Road:

You can reach Manali by road by taking an overnight bus from Delhi or Chandigarh. Manali is well connected by road to major cities. The roads are in good condition, but during the monsoon season, there are landslides. The bus journey from Delhi to Manali can take up to 14 hours, while the journey from Chandigarh to Manali takes at least 9 hours Always take the HRTC Himsuta bus because it is the most comfortable government bus on this route

By Train:

We do not recommend traveling by train because the nearest railway station, Jogindernagar, is 5 hours away, which must be covered again by bus or cab.

Day 1:

Arrive in Manali and report to Jagatsukh; drive to Khanal and trek to Chikka.

Manali is the starting point for the Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek. Early in the morning, report to Manali. We drive to Khanol via Jagatsukh village after breakfast and refreshments, which takes about an hour and a half. The drive from Manali to Khanal is short but beautiful. Time spent: 4 hours hiking, 1-hour driving

10,500 feet in altitude Trekking distance: 5 km

2nd Day:

Chikka to Seri Trek. The second day of the trek was quite difficult, as it took you through dense coniferous forests that no other trek can compare to. The altitude gain is significant, which adds to the excitement. We leave the lovely Chikka campsite and follow the path that runs alongside the Jagatsukh river. The trek is moderately difficult, with a few easy and level walks and numerous ascents. Despite the fact that there are a few water sources along the trail, it is recommended that you bring 2 liters of water.

The trail returns to the forest and is paved with beautiful wildflowers, leading to an incredible landscape with boulders and grass. We arrive at Seri, a lovely meadow that once housed a glacial lake but has since been transformed into a large meadow with an incredible variety of herbs and flowers. Several streams gurgle past the campsite, with the Tainta waterfalls in the background. Intents, we spend the night here.

  • B, L, and D
  • Tents are available for accommodation.
  • Time required: 5 hours
  • 11,811 feet in altitude,6 kilometers

Day 3:

Trek from Siri to Tainta on the third day.

After a healthy breakfast at the Seri campsite, we’ll get the day started early. The trek’s third day has a moderate difficulty level, with both gradual and steep ascents. 2 liters of water should be carried. A few water sources can be found along the day’s trail to help you meet your water needs. We leave Seri and head to Tainta, which is dominated by the majestic Mt. Deo Tibba, which appears for the first time!

  • Relax and explore the campground during the day.
  • We’re getting closer to the top of the mountain. Tents will be used for overnight camping.
  • B, L, and D meals Tents are available for accommodation.
  • Time required: 5 hours
  • 12,800 feet in altitude
  • 5 kilometers

Day 4:

Return trek from Tainta to Mini Chandratal.

Finally, we must prepare for the most anticipated and crucial day of the trek, which also happens to be the most difficult day of the journey. Prepare yourself for a thrilling day ahead.

An exhausting day. We start early after breakfast and bring our lunch for the day in day packs. The trail is still stretched across moraines and is accompanied by Deo Tibba in all his glory. The ascent becomes increasingly difficult before giving way to a beautiful alpine lake known as the mini Chandratal.’ The area around the lake is densely covered in wildflowers. After lunch, explore the lake before returning to the Tainta campsite. B, L, and D meals

  • Tents are available for accommodation.
  • 7-hour time commitment
  • At the lake, the elevation is 14,700 feet.
  • 10 kilometers

Day 5:

Trek from Tainta to Chikka on Day 5

Early morning will herald the start of a stunning sunrise that will leave you speechless for a moment. We start descending to Chikka, following the same path we used to ascend. Make sure you have some water bottles with you. The hike is not difficult. We’ll stop for lunch near Dudu Patthar before continuing on to Chikka.

At the Chikka campsite, we’ll spend the night in tents. We’ll eat our dinner while reminiscing about the trek, and then retire for the final time on this unforgettable journey.

  • B, L, and D meals Tents are available for accommodation. Time required: 5 hours
  • 10,500 feet in altitude
  • 11 kilometers

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