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Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek

 
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    Summary

    A pleasant trek- Deo Tibba trek will bring you to the grazing meadows of the Gaddi marshals and the blue waters of the Chandertal Lake. You will tail the path with splendid views of Deo Tibba peak (6,001 m) and its huge lynching glaciers. This hike starts from Jagatsukh Nallah and it ascends through lush woods with an astounding assortment of plants that dot the way to Khanol (2200 m). The course goes by Seri, once a glaciated lake, but is now a pasture laid with an incredible range of herbs and alpine flowers. The Chandertal Lake (4480 m) at the foot of Deo Tibba is a bright emerald green. The nature lovers will have a wonderful time trying to identify the hundreds of flowers. Continues and trek down to Bhanara village, travel around near areas and see Shringtingu mountain range. Again trek down to Jagatsukh village en route visit local temples and a historical cave ˜Arjun Gufa. A steep trek of 3-4 hours passes through woods and broad alpine flat terrain with wild flowers; reach Chikka (3350 m). A spectacular view of this place haunts every trekker giving an unlike experience. There is a pass called Rohtang, set the top of this peak. From here, you can have astonishing views into the dry vastness of Lahaul. Walk 3-4 hours a day through a prominently gorgeous variety of scenery, ending at the base camp of Deo Tibba, the "Throne of the Gods". Trek Grade: Moderate to Strenuous

    Major Attractions:

    Arjun Gufa: 

    Village of Prini is situated near Arjuna Gufa. It is a perfect craggy village with all its charm. Arjuna used austerities to get a weapon from Lord Indra. This cave appeals to all and gives an exotic feeling. 

    Roerich Art Gallery:

     The Russian man called Nicholas Roerich settled down in the picturesque mounds of the Himalayas. This gallery has his remarkable paintings. He was a gifted artist, who dreamt of uniting the world through art.

    Location

    How to get there: 

    By Air 

    The closest airport for Manali is Bhuntar, 50 km (Approx.) from Manali.\

    By Rail

    The nearest Railway Station for Manali is at Chandigarh (310 km.) and Ambala (355 km).

    By Road

    Chandigarh to Manali is 320 Km & Journey duration is 14 Hrs. You have a choice to catch Volvo/deluxe buses from Delhi or Chandigarh or hire a cab/ private taxi to reach Kullu-manali.

    Other Info

    Places to visit nearby:

    Manikaran-Pulga 1700m is very prominent spiritual place. People of all religions visit this place. Pulga 2100m is the most visited place. It has small tea stalls and hotels, set in apple orchards and is mostly crowded with outsiders.

    Malana is a tranquil village about 30km from Katrain, located near the picturesque Chandrakhani Pass of Manali, which provides the exciting views of Deo Tibba. Malana Trek is a very well known trek among the trekkers.

    Best Time to Visit: 

    May to October

    Things to carry:

    Walking stick 
    Binoculars and camera
    Sleeping bag
    Hiking shoes 
    Woolen clothes 
    Water, juices, snacks
    Electric torch
    Medical kit
    A good compass
    An extra pair of clothes