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Mt. Deo Tibba (6001 m) Summit Expedition 2020

 Manali    15 Nights/16 Days 316 people interested today
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Trip Overview

A trekking expedition to Mount Deo Tibba perched at a mesmerizing height of 6000 metres, take a break in the great Himalayas for 16 days and conquer great heights.


  • Grade:  Challenging with a few technical sections.
  • Best time:  June & Sep - October.
  • Duration:  15 Nights and 16 Days
  • Group size:  8 – 9 Climbers
  • Fixed Departure Dates: 14, 28 June, 30 August, 13 September  2020


Detailed overview

Deo Tibba is a beautiful 6000 metres high peak situated in the Pir Panjal range of mountains in the Manali area in Himachal Pradesh. Deo Tibba - revered by the locals of this area to be the meeting place of the deities of the upper Kullu valley - consists of an extensive ice cap the actual climb being a snow hump accessible once the edge of the ice plateau is reached. It also has the beauty of being just over the 6000 meters high mark which is a great achievement for any climber.

The mountain itself consists of an extensive ice cap, with the actual climb being up a challenging hump of inclined wind slab snow, requiring the use of crampons, ice axes and fixed rope.

This magnificent peak is accessible once the edge of the great snow & ice plateau, extending to the periphery of the Malana Glacier, which lies at the head of the upper Kullu and Malana valleys is reached. After the summit, one is rewarded with an exhilarating view of vast eternal snowfields, hanging glaciers and the lofty peaks of the surrounding areas, including the many peaks of the Malana & Tosh glacier catchments, and the majestic mountains of the Bara-Shigri glacier. Peaks such as the Ali Ratni Tibba, Devachan, Kullu Pumori, Dharamasura ( aka White Sail) and Papsura(all near, or above 6,000 M), raise their mighty summits. This panoramic view of these majestic summits of the high Himalaya remains etched in the mind of the beholder for a long time.



Day 1: Arrive in Manali - Drive to 'dA Base’, Haripur

  • Your hosts will receive you on your arrival in Manali then drive to ‘dA Base’, the base in Haripur. Unwind after the long drive.
  • You will be settled in at the base for the rest of the day. Unwind and take in the environs. Acclimatize to the environs. Go through your checklist and finish off last minute essential shopping (from Manali) for the trek. Though, it is advisable to trek light with special import on the clothing and gear.
  • In the evening you'll get together for “around the bonfire” conference with the other climbers and the hosts who would be your guides on the expedition. Break the ice with some great dinner and chill with your fellow climbers.
  • Make sure you drill your guides and instructors with any questions or doubts you may have pertaining to the trek. They will be happy to answer your questions and share with you a few tricks of the trade and tips to make your adventure a happy and successful one.

Day 2: Medical checkup and Acclimatization hike

  • Today you'll go out in a short hike and explore the beautiful village of Soil. Later, check your gear with the guides and make sure that you offload any extra weight. Your guide will help you decide what is not required.

Day 3: Strenuous acclimatization hike

  • Today you'll stretch yourselves a bit and go on a 6-hour hike with a full load (20-25 kg). We encourage that you interact with your fellow climbers and update yourself and get all queries answered.

Day 4: dA Base, Haripur – Jagatsukh - Bara Hazaar - Chikka (3350 m)

  • In the morning after breakfast be driven for about 18 km to Bara Hazaar and from here trek 3 km to Chikka.
  • Upon arrival in Chikka, you will set out camp.

Day 5: Chikka - Seri (3800 m)  

  • Today you will gradually hike  8 km ascending in the valley, the trail continues to the scenic campsite at Seri.

Day 6: Seri – Chandertaal – Deo Tibba Base (4480 m)

  • After breakfast trek over moraine to the small lake at Chandertaal (Base of Deo tibba Peak), the source of the river Dhuangan.
  • After setting up the camp you'll go further for acclimatization and be back to camp for an early dinner.

Day 7 & Day 8: Chota Chandertaal Lake, Deo Tibba Base (4480 m)

  • Make sure you get it right. You will be spending 2 days here to acclimatize and to practice ascending and descending techniques on snow and ice on the Deo Tibba glacier.

Day 9: Load ferry to Camp 1 (5200m)

  • Today you will be ascending to camp-1 with a gradual walk and last 120 m to 200 m with fix rope climbing. Set up camp and have an early dinner.

Day 10: Load ferry and shift to Camp 1 (5200m)

  • On day 10 you will be repeating the same as day 9.

Day 11: Camp 1 to Camp 2 (5564m)

  • On the eleventh day, you will be trekking to Camp 2 from Camp1.

Day 12: Camp 2 – Summit (6001m) – Camp 1

  • The big day, finally! Early morning, around 2:00 am, you will start the climb to the top.
  • After some gradual climbing, 150 m gully climbing with fix rope. And then, again some gradual climbing and last 50 m fix rope for the summit.
  • Climb peak and then descend safely to camp-1.

Day 13: Reserve day for Summit

Day 14: Camp 1 – Base Camp

  • On the fourteenth day, you will be returning from Camp-1 to base camp. All participants are expected to carry the load back.

Day 15: Base Camp - Chikka

  • Today you will have to walk for about 6 hours to reach Chikka.
  • You will be staying overnight at Chikka in a camp.

Day 16: Chikka – Bara Hazaar – Khanol - ‘dA Base’, Haripur

  • You will then be going from Chikka to Bara Hazaar and then be driven from Khanol to dA Base Haripur.
  • The expedition comes to an end and we celebrate Traditional Himachali Style with an awesome celebratory meal.
  • Later arrangements will be made to drop participants to the bus stop.


**Guests who would like to extend their vacation and chill or enjoy other adventure activities with us are welcome to do so at minimum additional cost.

Basic Details

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  • 3 nights stay at 'dA Base’ located in an orchard in Haripur, Manali.
  • Pick up and drop from Patlikuhl bus stand, Manali.
  • Stay in 2-3 men tents during the trek.
  • All meals during the trek (nutritious freshly cooked vegetarian).
  • Services of experienced MOI qualified lead guide and qualified assistant guide.
  • Kitchen equipment, cook and helper.
  • All the central climbing equipment and camping arrangements.
  • Porters for the common load.
  • Wildlife/ environmental permits and other permits & levies. 
  • All transportation as per itinerary in local cars and jeeps.
  • ‘Leave No Traces’ protocol charges.  


  • Cost of travel to and from Manali from your city.

  • Cost of any form of insurance (Personal/Baggage/Medical). Insurance is mandatory. We suggest ‘ASC 360’ for insurance.

  • IMF registration fee (participants must register themselves on the IMF website).

  • Peak climbing fee will be divided equally among the participating climbers.

  • Personal climbing gear (namely, climbing boots, ice-axe, Gators, crampons, seat harness, 3 carabiners, 1 Jummar, 1 ascender, 1 descender, short sling, long sling, helmet and sleeping bag with liner).

  • Transport to Manali market.

  • Cost of rescue, evacuation, hospitalization, etc.  

  • Any expenses of purely personal nature like laundry, phone/Fax calls, tips to drivers, guides, any beverages.   

  • Any expenses that arise due to change in itinerary and increase in no. of days because of natural forces like landslides, weather, roadblocks, flight cancellations, sickness etc.

  • Cost of any optional activity we offer, like paragliding, angling, rafting etc.

  • Porter @INR. 1200 per day for a personal load.

  • Personal Tent (2men alpine) on Trek - INR. 1200

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Important Information

Some Key Things to Keep In Mind:

  • No matter how much you train and how to fit you are, you still might develop life-threatening altitude illness.

  • If you do not feel well at any point on the trip – suspect altitude illness. When in doubt- always descend immediately to a lower elevation.

  • All climbers are required to do the load ferry and carry the personal load.

  • If somehow expedition leader calculates that Deotibba summit may not be possible due to any reason (be it natural or team related), Jagatsukh peak would be attempted.

  • Insurance is mandatory.

  • If chosen the BMC Qualified with Personal Gear Package, the participants should get their own personal gear (namely, climbing boots, ice-axe, Gators, crampons, seat harness, 3 carabiners, 1 Jummar, 1 ascender, 1 descender, short sling, long sling, helmet and sleeping bag with liner). None of the gears are included in the package price.

  • At least 6 participants are required at the given cost to conduct the expedition.

Cancellation Policy

  • 75% refund if cancelled before 45 days
  • 50% refund if cancelled before 30 days
  • 25% refund if cancelled before 15 days
  • No refund after that

*Advance payment is non-refundable


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Some of our own trek leaders are qualified, experienced ladies. All treks are extremely safe for ladies and we have a lot of solo clients who are ladies.

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There are no doctors on the trek; however our trek leaders are experienced in first aid and basic medical protocols.

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For foreign nationals, Indian Mountaineering Federation (IMF) registration cost is $500 for up to 2 members up to 7, additional member cost of $200 per member and each member additional after 7 is $250 per person. Allowed batch size is 12 members for an expedition.


All the summit expeditions are required to be registered with IMF as a mandate. Cost for participant registration for a 6500 m summit is Rs. 2500 per Indian national. Allowed batch size is 12 members for an expedition.

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Yes, all equipment like gators, crampons, ice axe, ropes and carabiners will be provided if needed during the expedition. Personal equipment like trekking poles are not included in this list.


BMC would be good to have and gives credibility to trekker but it is NOT a mandatory requirement (As confirmed by the Govt. body). Our trek leader and assistant guide are authorised to lead expeditions and are rightly certified as well.

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Our thoroughly researched itineraries are designed to offer you access to some of the world\'s best-kept secrets. We have personally explored the destinations we offer with in-depth knowledge that goes towards making your experience more than worth your while. However, at times due factors beyond any one’s control, situations may arise which can pose a challenge to the safety and security of the group members. To minimize any negative impact, we subscribe strictly to “Safety Protocol” which is an intensive and comprehensive compilation of safety and security measures undertaken to ensure a seamless and safe experience for its guests. There are factors which are controllable and attention to them ensures lower risks and toned down consequences.

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You need to carry an original ID card and a photograph.

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It\'s a beautiful location set amidst a beautiful valley in one of the oldest villages of the Manali region. The name \"Himalayan Jungle Retreat\" is a name given to this special location.

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There are 3 main pre-requisite to taking expeditions in the mighty Himalayas: 1. You should have done at least 2 high-altitude treks in the Himalayas 2. You should be able to complete at 5 to 7 km run in about 30 mins 3. You should be able to walk with a 10-12 kg weight on your back for up to 6 hours Strength, stamina and strong mindset are key elements of an expedition


Our trip will start from the base camp in Haripur, 14 km short of Manali. If you are travelling by Volvo bus, you are requested to de-board at the Patlikuhal bus stand and we will receive you from there and drive you to the base camp

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The water during the trip is fresh and it is recommended to carry your personal reusable water bottles and filters as well.

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Meet-up Information/Reporting Point

  • Patlikuhal Bus Stop
  • The local person's contact details will be shared with you post booking, you may get in touch for any queries related to meeting/pick-up address.
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