Deo Tibba Base Camp Is the Stunning Landscapes in Himachal
Deo Tibba is a mountain in the PirPanjal Range of Himalayan Mountains in Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh, India. At a height of 6,001 metres, it is a popular trekking destination among enthusiastic trekkers. The peak is distinctive in how the summit is a snow dome, similar to an ice cap, with a flat summit plateau rather than a pointed ridge. Per the local legend, DeoTibba is a gathering place for the gods. According to Hindu mythology, the dome-shaped peak of DeoTibba is where the gods sit, hence the names Deo (Gods) and Tibba (Hill).
The trek is a moderate to difficult level trek that aims to check off many experienced hikers’ “To Do” list. Climbers will face difficult terrain on their way to the summit of this peak, including steep ice passes, glaciers with crevasses, a rock fall area, and a ridge. Trekkers will pass through many remote valleys and villages on their way to Deo Tibba Base Camp, including Jogidugh, Panduropa, Setan, and Hampta Pass, just to name a few. The trek also takes the expeditors to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds, where they can enjoy breathtaking views of Deo Tibba peak.
Known as the God’s hill In Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek
Deo Tibba is a beautiful trek in the manali region. One will find a lot of snowcapped mountains Deo Tibba (6001m), Norbu Peak (5226m) & Jagatsukh Peak (5050m).
The emerald blue waters of Chota Chandartal Lake at the foot of Deo Tibba peak is one of the main attractions of this trek. According to the Hindu mythology, the dome shaped peak of Deo Tibba is where the gods sit.
And hence the name Deo meaning ‘God/s’ and Tibba meaning ‘hill. While Lord Indra, the King of Heaven & Gods conducts a meeting with them from his throne that is the Indrasan Peak.
Why to choose Deo Tibba Base Camp?
See firstly, the trekking distance is a total of 54km by taxi 24Km by Taxi and on foot 30km which is to be covered into the 6 days.
Manali – Bara Hazaar- Chikka- Seri- Deo Tibba Base Camp- Chota Chandartal- Back to base camp- Seri- Chikka- Bara Hazaar- Manali
Before heading towards the itinerary, it is really essential to perceive the reason behind choosing the Deo Tibba Base Camp
Deo Tibba Base Camp is a high-altitude mountain trek Altitudes is 4171m
The Starting trail is easy to moderate – difficult as compare to other treks this is Moderate. So, this trek is for the people who have done high altitude treks before. Not meant for beginners, or family or school tour
Need proper gear & clothing for sub-zero temperature?
You got to see so many heavenly bodies at one place like the panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges, like Lahaul and Spiti Range Deo Tibba ,Norbu and Jagatsukh Peak, you can see pine forests, different variety of flora and fauna surpassing
I think Do spare time in Interaction with our local’s team, and you will get to know about some of the ancient tales of Indian mythology and our local cultures, this is good ideas for trekkers
Beautiful landscapes so carry proper photo gear & Extra battery backup.
The backpack should not exceed 12 kg only
Key Points Deo Tibba Base Camp
Duration: – 6 Nights 7 Days from Manali to Manali
Base camp: – Bara Hazaar base camp
Summer Temperature: – 13°C to 18°C and Night: 0°C to 7°C
Pin Bhabha Pass Trek- Altitude: – 4171 m
Best Time: – May to June and September to October
Trek Level: – Moderate
Trek distance: – On foot 30Km – By taxi 24km
Group Size: – a minimum 5 people maximum 15 people
Altitude we are going to cover per day
Baara Bazaar camp- 3200m
Chikka camp- 3136m
Seri camp- 3900m
Deo Tibba base camp- 4171m
Chota Chandartal – 4480m
Short Itinerary of Deo Tibba Base Camp
Day 1: Pick up to you from Manali bus Stand. Reach Bara Bazaar from Manali and trek to Chikka. (5 km) (2/3hours journey) (3136m)
Day 2: Trek from Chikka to Seri (6km) ( 5/6 hours) (3900m)
Day 3: Trek from Seri to Deo Tibba Base Camp (4km) (4/5 hours) (4171m)
Day 4: Trek from Deo Tibba to ChottaChandrataal to Base Camp (2km) (2/3hours) (4171m)
Day 5: Trek from Deo Tibba to Seri (4 km) (3/4 hours)(3136m)
Day 6: Trek from Seri Manali via Bara Hazaar (8 km) (5hours) (2700m)
How to Reach Deo tibba base Camp Trek
If you are travelling from any metropolitan city in India or from outside India, getting to the capital city of Delhi may be the first and most important step. All major modes of transportation, such as air, road, and rail, can take you to Delhi.
Manali is connected to most major cities in India via all chief modes of transportation. Trekkers could perhaps conduct extensive research for their direct mode of transportation to ensure a much smoother arrival.
How to reach Manali from Delhi
By air– Manali Airport is the nearest airport to Manali. It is well connected to Delhi and many chief cities with daily flights.
By road-Delhi have direct road routes to Manali. Trekkers will have to book either a bus or private cabs. Prior booking for cabs and bus are easily available at various sites.
.Some important points to note-
- Please note that we don’t provide timings schedules for transportation before Manali. Subjected to various conditions the scheduled timings and availability of particular rides may differ. We recommend trekkers to reach out our teams for any queries. You can drop an email or call us for an initial guided session.
- Our teams will be collecting trekkers at fixed points of airports, railway stations and bus stands.
- It is recommended that unless any delay arrives, trekkers are advised to reach the destinations at least 2 hours prior.
Things Himalayan hikers recommend
As previously stated, a camera, as well as spare batteries and memory cards, are recommended. We can assure and guarantee that you will be stopping frequently along the trail to observe the grandeur of the trekking experience.
We strongly recommend trekkers to prepare beforehand for the journey ahead. Regular practicing physical fitness and mental endurance will surely assist trekkers in great time.
After the trek, we strongly encourage trekkers to tag us on social media when they post any memories from the trip; this will not only prove invaluable to us with our work, but will also serve as a motivational example for all of our experts.
Why you should choose us
We’re here to give you the greatest experience possible through the eyes of highly skilled and qualified specialists who have a passion for adventure sports. We are community members attempting to promote our favorite adventure sports while also supporting local businesses. We, at Himalayan hikers, dedicate ourselves to providing you with an unforgettable experience.
What do we do for safety in Deo Tibba base Camp trek ?
First of all, the safety of trekkers is much more for us, if you see in the trek, then there are all the risks, which I do not think about.
Himalayan Hikers worry more about you that no one should ever have any problem in the trek.
What should we and you keep more safety in the trek
- Whenever you are going for any trek, it is very important that you go completely fit and ready.
- Deo Tibba base Camp trek is Moderate, if you make your feet and your mind calm and strong, you will find the trek very easy.
- While trekking, keep in mind that you are walking on the right route or not always with your guide.
- Most people look somewhere and where they are walking, this can cause twitching in your legs, which can ruin your entire trek.
- It is important to ask your doctor if you have any medical problems
- I should always keep my medical kit with me, it is very important.
- Himalayan Hikers always keep a medical kit with you, such as oxygen cylinders, medicine to be given in emergency on the trek
- If any trekkers have any more problems, then they are brought back to the base camp by laying them in the stretcher.
- Our Deo Tibba trek camp is around the 6000 ft to 11,000 feet where you can not have any problem of oxygen, this is tree line area
- In case of any medical problem, the help of your guide or a well-informed trekkers should be taken
- If there is major health problems in this trek , then Nearest Hospital is in Manali which is about 56 Kms away from Deo Tibba Base Camp trek
- Our camps also move forward day by day and our bodies also work with the altitudes that are safe for trekkers
- Along with the trek we keep getting acclimatization
- Himalayan Hikers always take care of their trekkers anyway it is one of our local trek where we live everyday