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Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal

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20th Jun 2015

Campsite Deo Tibba

Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar

Deo Tibba Trek

Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar

Deo Tibba trek

Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar

Rainbow Deo Tibba

Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar

Waters Deo Tibba

Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar
Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar

Flowers Deo Tibba

Photo of Trek to Deo Tibba Basecamp near Manali in Himachal by Raghav Khattar

Deo Tibba is a beautiful trek that would take you to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds, and offers magnificent views of the Deo Tibba peak (6,001 m) and its huge hanging glaciers. As you traverse across mountain streams, meadows and log bridges, the panorama of the mighty Himalayas keeps changing to give you an authentic feeling of the Greater Himalayan range, which in turn makes this a trek worth experiencing. It is an absolute delight for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts too. This trek is suitable for all age groups with a difficulty level of easy to moderate.

20 June 2015: Manali – Chikka (10,200 ft.)
Our representatives will meet you in Manali at 9:00 AM. After a briefing session, we will drive towards the village of Jagatsukh till the Baraah Hazaari Hydro Water Station, which is the starting point of the trek. We will trek for around 3 hours to reach our first campsite at Chikka which has large flat pastures – perfect for camping. The trek is through thickly forested hillsides of Oak and Deodar, sprawling lush green meadows carpeted with a myriad variety of wild flowers and herbs. Overnight stay in tents. Meals: Lunch and dinner.
21 June 2015: Chikka – Seri (12,800 ft.)
After breakfast we make our way to Seri where we will camp for the next two nights. The trail climbs gradually the whole way. Seri is a beautiful flat meadow, the size of a few football grounds, surrounded by peaks on all sides. This is where the Jagatsukh Nala flattens out completely. Overnight stay in tents. Meals: All meals.
22 June 2015: Seri – Tenta (13,775 ft.) – Chota Chandratal – Seri
Today, we leave early in the morning for Tenta which offers magnificent views of the daunting Mount Deo Tibba with its huge hanging glaciers rising high in front of us. The trail gets exciting with three shallow streams to cross (no bridges) after Seri! If the weather gods permit, one could see Chota Chandratal at a distance – a tiny beautiful lake with emerald blue water. After spending some time in exploring the area, we’ll head back to Seri. Overnight stay in tents. Meals: All meals.
23 June 2015: Seri – Chikka – Manali
After an early morning breakfast, we’ll make our way back to where we started from. Once at Baraah Hazari, we’ll drive to Manali. We will reach Manali around 4:00 PM. Meals: Breakfast and lunch.
 
The group meets at Manali in Himachal Pradesh from where we make our way to the trekking destination.
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A well written narration of the Deo Tibba trek but timings are so important for trekking journeys. Like what time we start out every morning and how long does it take to reach the respective destinations? You've only mentioned it at the start.
Sun 01 10 16, 20:21 · Reply · Report
I will be holidaying in Manali in April next year and would like to go on the Deo Tibba trek. Do I need to book in advance or can I get in touch with you once I'm there. If you could please provide me with your company's contact details.
Sun 01 10 16, 15:10 · Reply · Report
From Manali to Chikka it takes 3 hours. Is it the same for all the others or does it take less number of hours or more? How many days involved in this trek? Come on….give us an idea of what we're up against in this Deo Tibba Trekking expedition.
Sun 01 10 16, 12:41 · Reply · Report
Okay so the trek takes one from Manali to Chikka then Seri , Tenta and back. So where does the Deo Tibba trek fit in? I was under the impression that this was the last trekking destination. You've got me all confused.
Sat 01 09 16, 23:42 · Reply · Report
I'm going Deo Tibba Trekking next year and can't wait. I've heard it's a beautiful trek to go on and your blog has very nicely described it so I'm really looking forward to it.
Sat 01 09 16, 11:40 · Reply · Report
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