Himachal Pradesh, the state blessed with beautiful treks throughout the mountains, has always been the favorite playground of the adventure junkies for centuries. Thrilling mountains of Himachal offers some best trekking trails that differ in their level of difficulty ranging from easy to strenuous. One trek which deserves a special mention in the list of best treks in its vicinity is the exciting 75 km long Deo Tibba.
Expansive views, lofty mountains, hanging glaciers, lush meadows, exposed rock faces, giant cliffs extensive geography, these are some of the surprising features of the Deo Tibba trek that fascinate every tourist to visit here once in a lifetime. Views of the snow-capped peaks of the mountains throughout the journey are special, and experienced hikers will say that it's something you need to experience yourself.
Chandigarh arrive, wash and change overnight drive to Manali
Reach Manali (base camp), river crossing and rappelling.
Manali to Jagatsukh (Drive) and trek to Tilgan Thach (2650 Mts.)
After an early breakfast we drive to Jagatsukh village the start point of our trek where we’ll meet the other team members (Cook and the Horsemen/Porters). The trek starts from Jagatsukh going uphill all the way to Sarotu Thach via Bhanara Village. The trail leads through beautiful Pine woods and green meadows.
Tilgan Thach to Sarotu
Today the trail goes uphill once again and once we cross the stream the route eases and gets quite gradual till we reach a clearing called Jogidug – a holy place. A little uphill from there takes us to our camp at Sarotu. There are some astonishing views of the Kullu/Beas Valley and also snow capped mountains and peaks of the Pir Panjal range of the Himalaya.
Sarotu to Jogi Dugah
It’s very gradual to the camp of Jogi Dugah and not very long, but after we camp one can go for a nice walk around the camp exploring the sprawling meadows which is the grazing land for horses and sheep. Overnight Camp.
Jogi Dugah to bhujdhar
Today we start with an easy ascent till the majestic Deo Tibba and Indrasan become visible. From there we start our gradual descent into the Deo Tibba valley. As we descend we walk through trails filled with rhododendrons, silver birch and scented junipers. We descend to Alain River cross it and set up camp at Bhujdhar (the base of Deo Tibba).
Bhujdhar to Marhi
The walk begins with gentle slopes over the beautiful meadows and the latter half of the trek is through the snowy and rocky terrain. BhujDhar offers spectacular views of the Deo Tibba range and the Kalihani Pass.
Deo Tibba Base
You could go ahead on an excursion to the snout of the Deo Tibba Glacier from where Alain River flows out. Overnight Camp at Marhi.
Marhi to Setan and drive to Manali
We cross the river to get on to the true right and then start our descent till we again have to cross the same river back. It’s a steep descent till we reach the left bank of the mighty Chandra River after which it is a flat walk to Setan. We board the taxis waiting for us, bid farewell to our horsemen and drive to Manali.
Manali free day and night journey to chandigarh
Stop at hotel for freshen up and drop at railway station.