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Overview

  • Altitude:6001M
  • Difficulty:Hard
  • Duration: 15 Days

The Deo Tibba Expedition is a popular mountaineering and trekking expedition located in the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. Mount Deo Tibba is a stunning peak situated in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas and stands at an elevation of 6,001 meters (19,688 feet). The trek to the summit of Deo Tibba is a challenging one and requires a high level of physical fitness, technical skills, and mountaineering expertise.

 

The best time to undertake the Deo Tibba Expedition is during the months of May to June and September to October. During these months, the weather conditions are ideal, and the skies are clear, providing excellent visibility of the surrounding mountains. 

 

The surrounding areas of Deo Tibba are breathtakingly beautiful, offering stunning views of the Himalayan ranges, lush green valleys, and sparkling streams. The trek to Deo Tibba passes through dense forests of oak, rhododendron, and deodar trees, beautiful meadows, and high-altitude glaciers. The trek provides a unique opportunity to experience the diverse flora and fauna of the Himalayan region.

 

The peak of Deo Tibba is a challenging climb that requires a high level of mountaineering expertise. The climb to the summit is a technical one and involves crossing high-altitude glaciers, steep ascents, and rocky terrains. The summit provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains, including Hanuman Tibba, Indrasan, and Shikhar Beh.

 

To prepare for the Deo Tibba Expedition, it is essential to have a high level of physical fitness and endurance. Participants should engage in regular physical exercises, such as running, swimming, and cycling, to improve their overall fitness. Additionally, it is important to have prior experience in mountaineering and trekking in high-altitude regions.

 

Participants should also invest in high-quality mountaineering gear, including boots, crampons, ice axes, and harnesses. Additionally, participants should carry essential trekking equipment, including a backpack, sleeping bag, tent, and warm clothing. During the expedition, it is important to follow a strict schedule and acclimatize properly to avoid altitude sickness. 

 

In conclusion, the Deo Tibba Expedition is a challenging and rewarding trekking and mountaineering experience that offers stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding areas. The trek requires a high level of physical fitness, technical skills, and mountaineering expertise. Participants should prepare adequately for the expedition and follow a strict schedule to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Itinerary

Day 01Arrival in Manali

Your expedition starts with your arrival in Manali, a beautiful hill station located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. On arrival you will be  transferred to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free for you to explore the town and get acclimatized to the altitude.

Day 02Drive from Manali to Road Head and Trek to Chikka (3050m)

After breakfast, you’ll drive to the road head at Khanol (2,690m) which is about 22 km from Manali. From there, you’ll start trekking towards Chikka (3,050m), which is a beautiful campsite located beside a gushing stream. The trail takes you through dense forests of pine, deodar and oak trees, and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Day 03Trek Chikka to Seri (3480m)

After breakfast, participants will trek from Chikka to Seri, which is approximately 8 km long and takes around 5-6 hours to complete. Seri (3,480m), is a scenic meadow surrounded by towering mountains. The trail is well-defined and takes you through lush green forests and a series of small streams. You’ll be camping at Seri tonight.

Day 04Trek Seri to Base Camp (4480m) via Tenta Top

The trek from Seri to Base Camp via Tenta Top is a challenging one and requires a high level of physical fitness.You’ll trek to Tenta Top (4,270m), and then to base camp (4480m) which offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The trek is approximately 5 km long and takes around 6 hours to complete. 

Day 05Rest & Acclimatization

Today is a rest day at base camp, which will allow you to acclimatize to the altitude and get ready for the higher altitudes you’ll be trekking to. You can spend the day exploring the area around the base camp, taking in the stunning views, taking short treks and resting to prepare for the climb ahead

Day 06Load ferry Base Camp to Camp 1 (Duhangan Col) (5100m)

Today, you’ll pack your gear and transport it to the next campsite. You’ll then start trekking towards Camp 1 (5,100m), which is located at Duhangan Col. The trail takes you through rocky terrain and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. After lunch we descend down to base camp.

Day 07Trek Base Camp to Camp 1 (5100m)

After breakfast, participants will trek from Base Camp to Camp 1. The trek is approximately 7 km long and takes around 5-6 hours to complete. The route passes through steep ascents and rocky terrain.

Day 08Load Ferry to Summit Camp (5600m)

Participants will load their gear and trek to Summit Camp (5600m). The trek is approximately 4 km long and takes around 4-5 hours to complete. The route passes through steep snow ascent. After lunch retrace your steps back to to the Camp 1.

Day 09Trek Camp 1 to Summit Camp

Participants will trek from Camp 1 to Summit Camp, which is approximately 4 km long and takes around 4-5 hours to complete. The trek is a technical one and requires a high level of mountaineering expertise.

Day 10Summit Attempt and back to Camp 1

Participants will attempt to summit Deo Tibba and return back to Camp 1. The trek is approximately 10-12 hours long and requires a high level of physical fitness and mountaineering expertise.

Day 11Buffer Day

This day will be kept as a buffer day in case of any unforeseen circumstances such as weather changes or any other emergencies.

Day 12Trek Camp 1 to Seri

After breakfast, participants will trek back from Camp 1 to Seri. The trek is approximately 16 km long and takes around 7-8 hours to complete.

Day 13Trek Seri to Chikka

Participants will trek from Seri to Chikka, which is approximately 8 km long and takes around 4-5 hours to complete.

Day 14Trek Chikka to Road Head and Drive to Manali

The final day of the trek will involve trekking from Chikka to the road head and driving back to Manali. Participants can spend the evening relaxing and celebrating their successful trek

Day 15Return to hometown from Manali

After breakfast, we will bid farewell to Manali and start your journey back home, with unforgettable memories of the Mt. Deo Tibba Expedition.

Cost Includes
Cost Excludes
  • Accommodation in Manali Hotel on Twin or double sharing
  • Accommodation in alpine dome tents on twin sharing while on trek
  • Transportation – Manali to road head and Back in tata sumo / Mahindra Bolero 
  • Service of Mountain guide, porters, mules, cook and field supporting staff 
  • All meals from day 1 Dinner to day 15 breakfast on full board (veg and non-veg) 
  • Daily trail refreshments; chocolate, juice and seasonal fruit
  • Accommodation hotel and camp twin / double 
  • Camping logistics and equipment 
  • Transportation for staff and camping gear 
  • Camping and trail management fee as per govt rule
  • First aid kit and oxygen cylinder 
  • Camping chair and table 
  • Separate toilets for men and women 
  • Toilet rolls and warm water for washing 
  • Insurance; We recommend Adventure Travel Insurance which includes hospitalisation and air evacuation.
  • IMF permission 
  • Personal climbing gear and equipment
  • Personal expenses like Telephone, Laundry, Tips & Table Drinks etc.
  • Any cost incurred due to extension, change of itinerary due to natural calamities, roadblocks, vehicle breakdown, union issues and factors beyond our control
  • Additional accommodation/food costs incurred due to any delay
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusions.