Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek takes you through one of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the country. If you are short on time then Deo Tibba Trek is just the right one for you. You will walk through dreamy fairytale meadows filled with beautifully scented junipers, silver birch trees and vibrant rhododendrons. You will see the pristine snow clad peaks of Deo Tibba and alpine forests of this beautiful region. Deo Tibba Trek is a very picturesque trek and is perfect for lovers of flora and fauna.
Trek Duration : 5 Days 4 Nights
Destinations Covered during Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek : Manali, Jobri, Piyang Niru, Chotta Chandratal
Early Bird Booking Rs 8950 + 4.5% per person (Ex Manali) Book by 31st January
What’s Included :
Accommodation during Trek(Camping)
Meals while on trek (Veg)
Transport as per the Itinerary
First aid medical kits
Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.
What’s Not Included :
Trekking Poles, Jackets, Boot, etc
Meals during transit and in Manali
Cost Escalation due to natural reason
DEPARTURES (All departures for Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek are ex Manali)
Batch 1: 6th May 2017 (Open)
Batch 2: 13th May 2017 (Open)
Batch 3: 20th May 2017 (Open)
Batch 4: 27th May 2017 (Open)
Batch 5: 3rd June 2017 (Open)
Batch 6: 10th June 2017(Open)
Batch 7: 17th June 2017 (Open)
Batch 8: 24th June 2017 (Open)
Batch 9: 1st July 2017 (Open)
Batch 10: 8th July 2017 (Open)
Batch 11: 15th July 2017 (Open)
Batch 12: 22nd July 2017 (Open)
Batch 13: 29th July 2017 (Open)
Batch 14: 5th August 2017 (Open)
Brief Itinerary (Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek )
Day 1: Drive from Manali to Jagatsukh and trek to Chikka ( 5 Hours)
Day 2: Trek from Chikka to Seri Camp (5 Hours)
Day 3. Trek from Seri to Tainta and Trek to Chotta Chandratal and return to Tainta (8 Hours)
Day 4. Trek from Tainta to Chika (11 Kms 5 hours)
Day 5. Trek from Chika to Jagatsukh and Drive to Manali
Detailed Itinerary (Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek )
Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Day 1
Day 1 : Drive from Manali to Jagatsukh and trek to Chikka ( 5 Hours)
The very first day we will meet at Manali SBI ATM on mall road outside government bus stand. After briefing and introduction we will drive towards the trek starting point at Jagatsukh and start the trek alongside the Jagatsukh Nalah. Intial let of the trek is through thick green forests of Deodar, Oak and Pine trees. Stay overnight in tents.
Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Day 2
Day 2: Trek from Chikka to Seri Camp (5 Hours)
After breakfast we start the trek for Seri. The route is along the right bank of Jagatsukh nalah. After a time the tree line starts to disappear slowly & the high altitude zone start. The effects of high altitude will be more visible when you will be gasping for your breadth. Deo Tibba Trek Overnight in tents at Seri.
Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Day 3
We start early in the morning for Tenta which offers magnificent views of the towering Mount Deo Tibba and its massive glaciers. The day starts early today as we will be taking our packed lunch and essentials like water bottle, Jackets & Ponchos. The stretch will be through moraines with and uphill trekking on intervals. All along the trail massive Deo Tibba always stay in view. If weather permit us then we can trek upto Chota Chandratal and having lunch at such a place is like a dream come true after spending quality time and packed lunch we trek back to Seri Tenta and overnight in camps.
Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Day 4
Day 4: Trek from Tainta to Chika (11 Kms 5 hours)
Today you will be trekking for around 5 to 6 hours to reach our camping in himalayas at Chika. The trek passes through the mix of ascend and descend. Once you cross the stream then it’s fairly gradual trekking trail. En route, you will get amazing views of Kullu Valley and the majestic views of Himalayan mountain of Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal Range of greater Himalayas. Overning stay in camp.
Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Day 5
Day 5. Trek from Chika to Jagatsukh and Drive to Manali (5 Hours)
We trek downhill after the success full Deo Tibba Trek by folloing the same trekking trail. Drive back to Manali.
Hamtpa Pass Trek can be combined with this trek to make it a 10 days trek from Manali to Manali
Please Note: Depending upon the weather conditions the itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.
Himachal Pradesh is famous among the tourist seeking solitude and fun, naturalist who wants to breathe fresh air and adventure junkie who wants to enjoy trekking in Himachal. Some of the famous himalaya mountain ranges which pass through Himachal Pradesh are Dhauladhar Range, Pir Panjal Range and The Great Himalayan Range. The largest of lesser Himalayan range is Pir Panjal range which consists of many glaciers and High altitude passes, Rohtang Pass is one of them near Manali. The Zaskar Range which seperates Lahaul and Spiti from Tibet. It consist of peaks of elevation crossing 6500 m like Shilla (7026m) and Reo Phargyul (6791m).
Here is the list of most famous peaks of himchal pradesh which are above 5000 m and open for mountaineering expeditions.
5 most famous peaks of himachal pradesh
1. Kinnaur Kailash Peak (6500 m, 21320 ft)
Kinnaur Kailash peak or Kinner Kailash peak is the magnificent peak in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh and its the highest altitude peaks in Kinnaur Kailash range and it’s the tallest with an altitude of 6500 m. Charang La Pass trek in this area is considered on of the toughest trek in India.
2. Indrasan Peak (6220 m, 20401 ft)
Indrasan Peak – When you get the first sight of Indrasan Peak after crossing Hampta Pass then you will come to know why Indrasan Peak is called “The Aasan of Indra” means the Throne or Rain God –The Indra. Indrasan Peak is considered to be the world’s fifth most technical summit and it remained virgin peak till 1960’s.
3. Deo Tibba Peak (6001 m, 19683 ft)
Deo Tibba Peak is majestic peak in Kullu valley with an altitude of 6001 meter. It’s good peak above 6K to start your mountain climbing after having climbed lower peaks. The Deo Tibba trek is also one of the famous treks near Manali with majestic views of Deo tibba.
4. Hanuman Tibba Peak (5860 m, 19220 ft)
A superb technical peak to climb in Western Himalayas with and altitude of 19220 ft lies near Manali. Hanuman tibba peak is like pyramid with different look on each side with steep ascent.
5. Shitidhar Peak (5290 m, 17351 ft)
Shitidhar Peak is a snow clad peak famous among the mountaineering students and Shitidhar peak serves as the training ground for bigger expedition in High Himalayan peaks. Shitidhar name come from “Shiti means Sharp and Dhar means Edge” and next to Shitidar peak lies Ladakhi and Manali trekking peak the other famous peaks around Manali.