Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek

Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek

Trekking AreaArea: Himachal Pradesh

Trek DurationDuration: 10 Days (4 days travel/6 days trekking)

Best Season to TrekBest Season: Mid June - Mid October

Trek GradesGrade:

On these treks one can be required to trek continuously for more than a week through remote areas and at times trekking for more than 7 hrs a day. On most of these treks one has to cross passes or areas which are snow covered and involve camping at altitude of more than 4000m. Fit people with some kind of hiking experience & a spirit of adventure can contemplate going on these trails.

AltitudeAltitude: 4550 mts

Trekking TotalTotal Trekking: 60 K.M

About Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek

Exhilarating Trek from Jagatsukh to the Base of Deo Tibba connects the remote regions of the Himalayan belt. To complete this trek, one will have to face challenging weathers, brave varied landscapes, trek over narrow graveled roads and pass high mountain passes. The fun and adventure of travelling to Deo Tibba is that there are no proper roads or civilization for miles and barrenness all around.

One of the most popular treks in the Manali region, the Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek, takes about ten days to complete. The trek will take you through changing landscapes and give you an opportunity to meet and greet with locals as well. The trek begins from Jagatsukh and then move towards Chhika, Seri until Chandratal. One of the most beautiful sights of the trek is crescent-shaped Chandratal, or the moon lake lies in a glacial bowl. The shimmering blue lake against the backdrop of the snow covered mountains makes it an excellent site for camping. Also, the lake offers some good view of Deo Tibba and others peaks of Manali and Spiti ranges. On the second last day, an easy descent will bring you to the Bahnara village famed for its Arjun Gufa, before driving back to Manali.

If you love to go for the trek from Jagatsukh till Deo Tibba base camp, then you will love our itinerary too. Tour My India is offering this fantastic trek trip, which will let you explore the pristine length and breadth of the Himachal Pradesh's remote regions. Come and see why so many travelers have raved about their time in Himalaya on this awesome trip!

Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trekking Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy the majestic view of the snow clad Pir Panjal Ranges and Deo Tibba peak
  • Beautiful landscape sights
  • Spend the day camping by the Chandratal lakeside.
  • Witness the pleasant scenery adorned with blooming flowers, thick forest and streams

Best Time to Visit Deo Tibba Trek

Mid-June to Mid-October

During the early months of the year, there are chances of snow on high passes, which considerably melts by August. During the monsoon season, Kullu-Manali area remains affected due to rain, but when we talk about the high places like Lahaul and Spiti, the weather remains warm and sunny (12-20 °C) during the day, while the night temperature could be in minus (-2 to 6 °C). During the September and October, trekkers can experience a good weather, with little snowfall. With the onset of October, the day temperature is hovering around 12-18 °C but the evening starts getting comparatively colder with (- 6) to 4 °C.

Where is the Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek ?

Located at an elevation of 6100 m towards the South-Eastern face of the Manali city, Deo tibba peak is quite famous amongst the trekkers. To reach the hill, trekkers will have to cross ancient villages like Sethan, Panduropa, Rauri kholi, Jogidugh, to name a few.

How to Reach Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek ?

By Airways: Bhuntar Airport in Kullu is the nearest airport from Prini, the starting point of our trek. The second nearest airport is Chandigarh International Airport.

By Railways: Jogindernagar railway station is the nearest railhead to Manali. Other railway stations nearby the city are in Chandigarh and Pathankot.

By Roadways: Manali has a good network of roads which links the major cities - Delhi, Ambala, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Haridwar, Shimla, Dharamsala and Chamba/Dalhousie. On a regular basis, one can see many taxis and buses, run by Himachal Pradesh Tourism, to reach Manali.

Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek (Detailed Itinerary)

Day 01: Delhi - Manali (510 kilometers/ 12- 13 hours)

Catch your AC Volvo from one of the meeting points in Delhi to Manali. Overnight journey.

Day 02: Manali

Upon arrival in Manali, you will be transferred to hotel for relaxing. In the afternoon visit Hadimba temple and the evening enjoy at mall road. Explore the charming hamlet and get a whiff of the life of the locals. Overnight stay and Lunch at Manali hotel.

Day 03: Manali - Jagatsukh - Khanul (2020 meters) (6 kilometers motorable and 4 kilometers trek)

Rise and Shine and get ready for your first day trekking expedition. In the first half, you will go for a six kilometers drive to Jagatsukh. From Jagatsukh, you will start trekking uphill till Khanul. Far below the campsite, you will see Manali Valley of Flowers and to the east stands the mighty mountains coated with snow. Overnight stay and dinner in Khanul camp.

Day 04: Khanul - Chhika (2,960 meters)

Today after leaving Khanul camp, you will start trekking downhill for six kilometers till Chhika. Overnight stay and dinner in Chhika camp.

Day 05: Chhika - Seri (3,390 meters)

On today's uphill trekking, you can see the breathtaking view of Deo Tibba. After few kilometers, you will walk in the meadow carpeted with an astounding variety of herbs and alpine flowers, which were once a glaciated lake. Camp and overnight stay in Seri basecamp.

Day 06: Seri - Chandratal or Taina Alpine Plateau (4,570 meters) (19 kilometers)

With an early morning breakfast, start trekking to Chandratal via trails surrounded by flowers. During the journey to Chandratal, you will pass by the base camp of Deo Tibba peak. The flora enthusiast will have a great time trying to identify the hundreds of flowers growing everywhere, and the tiny lake provides some excellent views of Deo Tibba and others peaks of Manali and Spiti ranges. Camp and overnight stay at Chandratal tent.

Day 07: Trek - Bhanara Village

Start the day with a descent, and move ahead on a steep downward slope till Bhanara Village. Overnight stay and dinner at Bhanara Village

Day 08: Bahnara - Manali

Today you will visit the ancient temple in Bahnara and Arjun Gufa. At Bahnara, we will embark on a long drive till Manali. Overnight stay and camp at Manali camp.

Day 09: Manali to Delhi (570 kilometers/14 hours)

Half day sightseeing at Manali, visit old Manali, Hadimba temple, Shiva temple and monastery in town are attractions, by evening drive to Delhi by AC Volvo coach. Overnight journey.

Day 10: Delhi

Arrival in Delhi marks the end of Deo Tibba Trek.

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Things to Carry for Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek

Things to Carry While Trekking
  • Duffel bag Down/synthetic camp booties
  • Sunglasses, Light gloves
  • Sleeping bag
  •  Flashlight/Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Daypack
  • One liter water bottles wide mouthed
  • Trekking Boots
  • Water purification/filter
  • Camp shoes/sneakers
  • Walking stick/Trekking pole
  • Cotton socks
  • Note book with pens and pencils
  • Gore-Tex jacket
  • Lip balm
  • Light wind jacket Sunscreen / Moisturiser
  • Down jacket/vest
  • Camp towel/towel/sarong
  • Fleece jacket/vest
  • Personal toiletries
  • T-shirts
  • Personal medicines
  • Underwear
  • Money pouch/belt
  • Trekking pants
  • Energy bars
  • Thermal tops
  • Vitamin tablets
  • Thermal bottom
  • Extra passport photos
  • Warm hat and Bandana/scarf
  • Sun hat/baseball cap
  • Wind- and rain-gear with hood
  • Swiss Army Knives (Classic pocket tool)
  • One pair cotton trousers or shorts
  • Two cotton shirts/T-Shirts One warmer (jacket with hood)

Booking Terms and Conditions:

Please read the booking terms as set out with your agreement with Tour My India Pvt. Ltd. A Noida based Tour operator herein called TMI. For More Click Here...

When to book Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek?

You should book Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek well in advance so that you get ample amount of time to prepare for the trek..

Who will carry my backpack?

A pony/porter will carry your bag while trekking; you just need to wear a knapsack.

What will be the weight of the backpack?

Total weight of the backpack should not exceed 12 kg. You should carry all those things, listed in the itinerary given by TMI.

Where to meet you?

Janpath (Delhi), RK Ashram Metro Station (Delhi) and Majnu Ka Tila (Delhi) are the three meeting points for the Friendship Peak trek. From the meeting point, you will board a bus to Manali. At Manali bus stop, you will meet our agent, who will guide you throughout the tour.

How we run the trek?

From start till the end, every turn of the trek will be led by experienced guides, who are also expert mountaineers.

What is the batch size?

4-12 people, including both men and women

What is minimum age required for Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek?

Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek is a moderate trek with a maximum altitude of 13000ft (3950m) minimum age required is ten years..

What will be the minimum temperature during Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek?

The temperature may drop to 8° C during the July & August.

How monsoon affects the Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek?

Deo Tibba Trek is open in the months of May, June, July, August, September and October, which are the full monsoon months as the high altitude regions, remain unaffected from the monsoon.

How long we trek during Jagatsukh to Base of Deo Tibba Trek?

In a day, we intend to travel for 6 hours around lunch time, covering a distance of 8-14 kilometers.

What will happen if a trek is extended because of landslides or any other reasons?

If we have to extend the trek because of the reasons which are beyond our control, then additional charges will be applied for a hotel stay and food.

Can I take the Diamox?

Diamox is indeed very helpful, but it's advisable to consult the doctor first.

Is it safe for girls to go on a trek?

Safety is prime importance for us, and we lead our groups and do give it to the third party to manage. It's safe for even a single girl trekker to join our fixed departures.

What kind of shoes will be required?

Trekking shoes with ankle support are a must for any trek in the Himalayas. Quechua Forlclaz 500 is good shoes with value for money.

What kind of food is served during the trek?

We serve nutritious, simple vegetarian food during the trek. We maintain variety in lentils, vegetable, and breakfast. At times, we also treat our trekkers in the Himalayas with delicacies like Pakora, local dishes, etc.

Is it safe to drink water from the stream?

Yes, it's completely safe for drinking and even for cooking, but, to be on the safer side we always carry filters and chlorine tablets

Which vehicle do we use for transportations?

Most of the Himalayan roads towards the trek are in bad shape, so a vehicle with high ground clearance like Mahindra Bolero, Tata Sumo, Scorpio, Max, Tempo Traveller, etc. are used for transportation.

Are your fixed departures dates are fixed?

We guarantee that even if that there will be only one trekker, we will head out on that particular date.

How do you deal with an emergency situation?

Trekking on high Himalayan altitudes is always a rewarding experience. However, it is important that you should keep your safety in mind. Emergencies, like illness, AMS, storms, missteps, landslides and even avalanches, are rare but can happen anytime during the trekking, so be prepared for any random goof-ups. To deal with any emergencies your guides, who are an expert mountaineers will be there for your rescue. Your tour guide will always carry a first aid kit to deal with any medical emergencies. In the case of some rescue operation, extra charges will be borne by the trekkers.

How to book the trek?

Register for the trek on the website and we shall send the details about the booking procedure.

Fixed Departure 2018

15 June, 2018 22 June, 2018 29 June, 2018
13 July, 2018 27 July, 2018 10 August, 2018
24 August, 2018 07 September, 2018 21 September, 2018

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