Deo Tibba is a beautiful and a comfortable trek route in Himachal Pradesh and situated in the south east of Manali town and above Jagatsukh village on the Pir Panjal range of Western Himalaya. This trek is suitable for all age groups, max. altitude is 3600m-4480m.The area comes under the lesser Himalayan range with full of panoramic views along thick and lush green forests of Pine, Fur, Oak, Cedar etc. and alpine plateau in the Piang Neru base of Deo Tibba (West Face). Piang Neru nala or Jobri nallah is a principal tributary of the Hamta nallah.
The route would take you to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds. Deo Tibba offers magnificent views of the Deo Tibba peak (6,001 m) and its huge hanging glaciers. Here the landscape changes with mountain streams, meadows and log bridges; the panorama of Greater Himalayan range gives the stunning view of snowcapped high mountains, such as Indrasan (6220 m.), Inderkilla (6000 m.) etc., which in turn makes this a trek worth experiencing.
Piang Neru is at about 12000 feet where lateral moraines of the Piang Neru glacier come to an end. Finally the trek is easy and descent to Chikka at Hamta nallah and gradual arrival occurs at Sethan, where the trip terminates.
High altitude trek where snow peaks like Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Inderkilla etc. welcome you to the Himachalscape with their shining and stunning panoramic views.
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The nearest airport is at Bhuntar town, situated on NH21 about 50 km (31 mi) south of Manali and 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Kullu town. The airport is also known as Kullu-Manali airport.
Major railway station near to Manali on Indian Railway Broad Gauge network is Una in Himachal Pradesh. A Narrow gauge line also run between Pathankot to Joginder Nagar. But, the best way to reach Manali by train is to leave the train at Chandigarh Railway Station.
Buses and cabs are available for Manali from Chandigarh, Kullu and Delhi.