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This climb will take you through stunning Trans-Himalayan landscapes, crossing over great Himalayan meadows, quaint villages and hamlets and will lead to off the beaten track destinations. We will be seeing great Himalayan mountain ranges such as Dhauladhar & Pir Panjal range, wildlife and nature, and we will experience local Hindu and Buddhist culture and food. There will be plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife and take pictures.
About Deo Tibba
Deo Tibba is a beautiful 6001 m high peak in the Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. The Hindu religion believes that Deo Tibba is the assembly site of the Gods, and the Devtas are believed to sit on this peak, while the Lord of War & Weather (Indra), carries out a meeting from his throne Indrasan (6221 m). Indra is the controller of weather as well as the Lord of the Devtas (Gods). This is a very famous peak between climbers.
Day 1: Manali – Acclimatisation walk (2 – 3 hours)
Manali is a hill station nestled in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, near the northern end of the Kullu Valley on the banks of the river Beas. Manali is located in the Kullu district, about 270 km north of the state capital, Shimla, 309 km north east of Chandigarh and 544 km north-east of Delhi. This small town, with a population of 8096, is where the ancient trade route to Ladakh starts and it continues from there over the Karakoram Pass, to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin. It is a popular tourist destination and serves as the gateway to Lahaul, Spiti district and Leh.
Day 2: Manali –Jagatsukh – Chikha (3200 m) (8 km, Driving time 25 mins, hike duration 4 hours)
After breakfast we will take cabs from Manali to Jagatsukh and drive to the end of Allain Dhuangan Power Project. After arrival you will start your hike on the trail that gradually ascends through thick pine forests along the narrow Allain Nullah valley. A packed lunch will be provided and there will be refreshment breaks on the way. At Chikha we will check into your campsite.
Day 3: Chikha – Seri (3600 m) (hike duration 5 – 6 hours)
After breakfast we will start hiking towards Seri. Today’s trail is all uphill and mostly leads through birch forests. The campsite at Chikha is almost at tree line giving you some fabulous views. The first part of the trail winds through birch forests before opening on to the huge meadow at Seri. Our camp at the opposite end of the meadow is about an hour’s walk away.
Day 4: Seri–Chota Chandertal (Small Moon Lake) (4200 m) (hike duration 4 – 5 hours)
The initial part of the trek is all flat and easy to walk until you arrive at a stream. After crossing the stream, the trail is uphill through boulders where we reach the moraine. Most of the trek is through moraine with some uphill stretches. The closed valley doesn’t offer many great views, but Deo Tibba stays with you all along. Chota Chandertal is a beautiful small mountain lake and our camp is situated close to the lake.
Day 5: Chota Chandertal campsite (Base Camp of Deo Tibba Peak 4200 m)
We will be spending today at Chota Chandertal, doing short walks and getting acclimatised to the altitude. Our team will be doing a load ferry to Camp 1 of the peak where all your climbing gear will be taken with rations and other equipment.
Day 6: Chota Chandertal base camp – Camp 1 (5000 m) (Climb time 5-6 hours)
Day 7: Camp 1
You will spend another day acclimatising to the altitude while an advance team will depart to fix rope on the Piton ridge. You will have an early night to get ready for the climb to the summit of Deo Tibba the next morning.
Day 08: Summit attempt–Camp 1 (6001 m) (Climb time 6 – 7 hours)
We will be starting the climb early morning at 4:00 am and we will be climbing through the Piton ridge and gully. Once we have crossed the gully, you will reach camp 1 at Indrasan Peak from there the summit approach to Deo Tibba will take 2-3 hours. You will have magnificent views of the Himalayan mountains, Lake, Lahaul and Spiti valley. After spending 15 minutes on top we will start descending to camp 1.
Day 09: Reserved Day for Summit
Depending on the weather and other circumstances, this day is kept reserved in case we haven’t made it to the summit yet. The reserved day will be a chance for a second attempt.
Day 10: Camp 1 – Base camp Chota Chandertal (4200 m) (Descending time 4 -5 hours)
After breakfast we will start our descent to base camp at Chota Chandertal, where we will stay the night.
Day 11: Base camp – Chikha (Trekking time 6 -7 hours)
After breakfast we will start our hike down to Chikha where we will stay overnight.
Day 12: Chikha–Manali
After breakfast we will start hiking down to the Allen Dhuangan project. On arrival we will take cabs to Manali where you can freshen up at your hotel. We will have a celebration today with campfire and dinner.
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