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The Deo Tibba base – Chota Chandertal trek starts from Jagatsukh in Manali. This scenic, summer high altitude trek winds its way through lush green meadows and alpine forests. With memorable views of snow-capped peaks this is one of the most beautiful treks in Himachal Pradesh. Mountain streams, glaciers, log bridges… all go into making this a trek worth experiencing. This trek would be any photographer’s delight to capture the mesmerizing view of the majestic Mt. Deo Tibba (6001 m).
Day 01: Delhi/Chd – Haripur, Manali: The participants will de-board at ‘Patlikuhl’, 14 kms short of
New Manali Bus stand. From this pick-up point, the guests will be driven to our Base in Haripur. Unwind at our base located in an orchard in Haripur. After breakfast explore Naggar/ Manali. Back at base to chat with the team over bonfire and dinner.
Day 02: Haripur – Jagatsukh – 12 hazaar - Chikka (3000 m) - Duration: 6 hours
Post breakfast, drive to get to Jagatsukh after a short drive of 6 km from where the trek starts. The trail ascends gradually through thick pine forests along the narrow Allain Nullah valley. Look out for some of wildlife along the way.
Day 03: Chikha – Seri (3200 m) - Duration: 5 hours
Today’s trail is again all uphill but mostly through birch forests. The campsite at Chikha is almost at treeline giving you some fabulous views. It is a known fact that the Seri area has the maximum wildlife in the region.
Day 04: Seri – Tainta (3900) - Duration: 4 hours
The initial part of the trek is all flat and easy walking till you come to a stream. After crossing the stream the trails is uphill through boulders till you come to the camp which is on a moraine.
Day 05: Tainta – Deo Tibba Base and Chota Chandertal (4200m) – Tainta - Duration: 6 hours
The path is all through moraine with some uphill stretches. The valley is closed and Mt. Deo Tibba stays with you all along. Spend some time soaking in the glorious views at Chota Chandertal a beautiful small mountain lake in a depression. Return to the camp at Tainta.
Day 06: Tainta – Chikka - Duration: 4 hours
Return on the same route that you took on the way up, passing the campsite at Seri.
Day 07: Chikka – Jagatsukh – Haripur - Duration: 5 hours
Trace the route back to Jagatsukh from where a vehicle will pick you up and drop you back to base in Haripur.
Day 08: Manali – Delhi
After leisurely breakfast go Angling/ fishing (great spots near our base) or just relax. After late lunch drive to Patlikuhl Bus Stand. Bus departs at 4:30 pm from New Manali.
Things to carry on activity
Advisory about activity –
If coming straight to our base in Haripur, Manali from Delhi, get down at Patlikuhl bus stand, 14 km short of New Manali bus stand, where we’ll receive you.
Soak up the environment – close your eyes and take in the sights and sounds as you sit calm and observe.
Do not forget your cameras and extra batteries Wear clothes you are comfortable in and do not forget water-proof jackets and warm clothing.
Do not litter the environment.
A pair of good trekking shoes is a must.
Polythene and plastics are non-biodegradable and unhealthy for the environment and must not be littered.
You don’t need any ‘special’ gear for this trek, apart from a good pair of boots. The trick is to layer sensibily and for temperatures dipping to zero, 3 layers are normally enough – 2 full sweaters and a jacket. Same for legs, you need layers thickness is secondary. For inners, 2 t-shirts or 3 at most are perfect. It’s simple for every 5 degree dip in temperature, add a layer.
**This trek can be customised to better suit your needs.