Deo Tibba is considered to be the gathering site of Gods. The peak is Dome shaped situated in Pir Panjal Range at an altitude of 6001 Metres.Base Camp trek gives very beautiful view of pine tree meadows, Overhang glaciers, blue water and very cool shadows of Deo Tibba Peak.
Day 01 (Manali – Khanol, 16 km):
Meet our Skilled Guide and start drive to Jagatsukh and then start the trek along the Jagatsukh nallah upwards through green forests with an amazing variety of vegetation dot the way to reach Khanol (2200 m). The Manali valley appears far below and to the east lies the mighty mountain – Deo Tibba. Overnight in camp.
Day 02 (Khanol – Chhika, 8 km):
We trek through a stretch of 3-4 kms that is steep through forest and then a long & wide alpine plateau with wild flowers to reach Chikka (3350 m). Chhika provides the best rocks for climbing in the area. Overnight in camp.
Day 03 (Chhika – Tenta, 10 kms):
The route is along the right bank of Jagatsukh nallah and passes through Seri. Seri was once a glaciated lake, but is now a meadow carpeted with an astounding variety of herbs and alpine flowers. Along the trek, sudden appearance of Deo Tibba (6001 m) is breathtaking. Overnight in tents at Tenta (4180 m).
Day 04 (Tenta – Deo Tibba Base – Tenta, 10 km):
On the 8th day of Deo Tibba Trek, we finally reach beautiful lake with emerald blue water –Known as mini Chandertal lake (4480 m) at the base of Deo Tibba . The flora enthusiast will have a wonderful time trying to identify the Tons of flowers growing everywhere. Overnight in tents.
Day 05 (Tenta – Bhanara):
The Deo Tibba Trek continues and we descend down to Bhanara village. In the afternoon explore nearby areas and view Shringtingu mountain range. Overnight in tents.
Day 06 (Bhanara – Manali):
Trek down to Jagatsukh village enroute visit local temples and a historical cave ‘Arjun Gufa’. From Jagatsukh travel to Manali by car/jeep. Overnight in Manali.
Services of skilled and Certified guides, helpers, and cooks
All meals and equipment during the trek
All Taxes and permits.