Mount Deo Tibba is a beautiful 6001m high peak southeast of Manali and very famous among climbers. It is the 2nd highest peak in the Pir Panjal Range (Indarasan Peak 6221m being highest) of the Himalayas in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. The Hindu religion believes that gods sit on this peak, while the Lord of War & Weather-Indra, carries out a meeting from his throne-Indrasan. Deo Tibba expedition starts and ends in Manali and previous trekking and climbing experience and also knowledge of snow, ice and mountaineering techniques is favourable and desired
10:00 Am at Manali Mall
1. Cancellation Fee 25% of total cost before departure of 30 days or more per person.
2. Departure 29-25 days before 50% of the total cost.
3. 100% of the total cost when the departure is less than 20 days ago.
1. There is/are nearly 54 direct bus(es) plying between New Delhi to Manali. The minimum time a bus takes to reach Manali from New Delhi is 12h 30m. The cheapest way to reach Manali from New Delhi takes you 14h 08m, which is to take train with train number 04070 from New Delhi to Ambala Cantt then take State Transport Bus from Ambala Cantt to Manali.
2. The fastest way to reach Manali from New Delhi takes you 9h 25m, which is to take Flight from New Delhi to Chandigarh then take HRTC Buses from Chandigarh to Manali.
Get down at 15 mile (12 km before Manali and 23 km after Kullu) from bus. We will pick you at Manali. One can reach to base camp . There will be fresh and breakfast in the base camp. All the trekkers will have to go through the registration process. Lunch will take place at 1 pm. and we will go for a acclimatiza-tion walk . Overnight stay at camp .
After breakfast in the morning, we will go very far from the road constructed by the Jagtsukh village in the mining station, built by the Twelve Hydro hydroelectric project. This is the starting point for Dev Tibba campaign. Here we will start walking to the valley in our camp area in Chikka, which is a model of flat grassland for camping. Chika is home to a temple of Lord Dev and acts as a refuge for skiers and snow-shoe hikers in winter. Trek route runs through dense oak and cedar forests, enjoy dinner after staying overnight in the camp
Today, after breakfast we will continue our path to the valley. At the top, we will welcome the spectacular view of Mount. Dev Tiba (6001m) Before lunch, we will cross the field of a Seri camp, once you have a site of Alpine Lake. Seri is a flat grassland shaped on some sides of some football plains with mountain peaks on all sides. In fact this is the place where Jagatukh Nallah comes out completely. We will go ahead and climb up to the Tenta Plateau, and you have to cross three shallow streams, which do not have any bridge. Tonight our camp will be here.
Trek Tenta Base Camp /Chhota Chandertaal / Tenta. As soon as the mornings, the magnificent mountain deity Tibba and its large scale glaciers offer stunning views. We are carrying our stuffed lunch and essentials like water bottle, jacket and ponco. Stretch will climb through climbing and climbing on intervals. All are always in the scene with large scale dunes. If the weather permits us, then we can travel up to a Chota Chandertaal and thus lunch can be as true as a midday meal, and after lunch, we will go back to the sari stem and return for the night. In camps
Today you will be trekking for about 5 to 6 hours to reach our campus in Himalaya in Chika. The trek passes through a mixture of climbing and landing. Once you cross the stream, it is trekking trails to a great extent, on the way, you will find spectacular views of the Kullu Valley and the Hillman Mount Dhauladhar and the Pir Panjal range of the magnificent Himalayas. Stay in the camp tonight.
After breakfast, we will pack our belongings and go back to our starting point near the passage project in Jagatukh village, where the car is waiting for you to return to Manali bus stand. your trek ends heres.