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Mount Hanuman Tibba Expedition

Hanuman Tibba, Himachal Pradesh
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Mount Hanuman Tibba Expedition


-10°C to 25°C




5.982 meters

Best Time

May-June, September-October


12 days




Mount Hanuman Tibba is the highest peak of Dhauladhars. It is situated between Tentu Pass and Manali Pass, at an altitude of 5,982 m above sea level. Mount Hanuman Tibba is a famous expedition among mountaineers. Mt. Hanuman Tibba is one of the most stunning and thrilling peak climbing in Manali. It is also known by the name of ‘White Mountain”.

The trek to the demanding Hanuman Tibba starts from Dhundi, near to Atal tunnel and passes through the beautiful alpine meadows of Bakarthach, glaciers and river of Beas Kund and finally across the demanding Tentu Pass giving you diverse change in scenery all throughout the ascend.

Tentu Pass is a mixture of rock, snow, and ice with a gradient of 75° to 80°, which makes it difficult and challenging to climb. Further to Tentu Pass, the traverse which leads us from North – West ridge to South – East Ridge, is full of crevasses. After crossing them, we will set up our summit camp.
Mt. Hanuman Tibba expedition is meant for those aspiring to push their limits and take it up a notch from regular trekking but only with prior trekking/climbing experience since the Hanuman Tibba expedition is no small feat involving technical climb and high fitness level to successfully undertake this epic expedition. Prior experience and knowledge of mountaineering skills, techniques and technical gears like crampons, ice axe, and jumar is mandatory.
The summit offers you panoramic views of the prominent peaks that you get to witness thus making this expedition a once in a lifetime experience. The best time to do the Mount Hanuman Tibba expedition is between the months of May and October.


In 1912 Gen. C.G. Bruce, the first mountaineer to explore this region, his chief guide, Heinrich Fuhrer together with a Gurkha soldier, Lal Bahadur Gurung made the first ascent of Mount Hanuman Tibba (then called Solang Weisshorn by Westerners).


The start point will be from our hotel in Manali. We’ll share the hotel details prior to your arrival. We’ll drop you either at the hotel or Volvo bus stand, Manali.
BY AIR   The Nearest airport is in Bhuntar, which is 52 kms from Manali. From there you can book a cab to reach Manali. The flight tickets to Bhuntar are very expensive and you’ve to book a connecting flight via Delhi or Chandigarh.
BY TRAIN  The nearest railway station is in Jogindernagar. We don’t recommend you to travel to Jogindernagar by train.
BY ROAD  Manali is well connected to Chandigarh and Delhi by road. We recommend you to land at Chandigarh airport or Delhi airport and than board an overnight semi-sleeper Volvo bus to reach Manali. The bus from Delhi to Manali can take up to 14 hours and from Chandigarh to Manali is 10 hours at least.

Facts about Mount Hanuman Tibba

Range: Dhauladhar, Himalayas.
Region: Manali, Himachal Pradesh.
Route: via traditional route.
Total Duration: 12 Days.
Total Distance: 37 Km.
Altitude: 5,982 m | 19,462 ft.
Grade: Difficult – Challenging.
Best Time: May-June, Sept-Oct.
Start/End: Manali.

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Day 1: Arrive Manali

Altitude: 2,050 meters

* Check-In Rooms 12noon, Freshen up & Rest
* Briefing & Orientation about the Expedition, checklist
* Self Explore Manali Market, Buy & Rent essentials
* overnight stay, followed by Dinner

Day 2: Drive to Dhundi via Solang, Trek to Beas Kund

Altitude: 3,700 meters

* Brief & Breakfast
* Drive to Dhundi 24km, 1.5-2 Hrs
* Trek to BC: Beas Kund Camp 7/8km, 5-6 Hrs
* Route: Dhundi - Bakarthatch - Beas Kund
* Camp Stay

-Includes: Travel/Transfer, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Camp Stay-

Day 3: Acclimatization Day

Altitude: 3,700 meters

* Brief
* Complete Rest Day
* Short Hike for Acclimatization
* Technical Gears Distribution
* Enjoy The View From The Campsite
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Training & Load Ferry Day

* Load Ferry By Porters Team
* Practice - Rope up, Ascending/Descending, Useful Knots
* Use Of Technical Gears
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Base Camp to Camp 1

Altitude: 4,445 meters

* Trek to Camp 1 Below Tentu Pass, 3Km/4-5 Hrs
* Steep Terrain with Heavy Loads
* Be careful on rocky section
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Climb Tentu Pass & set up camp 2

Altitude: 4,715 meters

* Trek to Camp 2 Via climbing Tentu Pass, 3 Km/5 Hrs
* Steep Terrain with Snow & Rock Mix Climb
* Rock falling area, helmet zone
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Move to Summit Camp

Altitude: 5,100 meters

* Set up Summit Up - 6km trek/5-7hrs
* Rocky & Glacier Terrain
* Breakfast, Pack Lunch & Dinner

Day 8: Summit Day

Altitude: 5,982 meters

* Summit Attempt 01:00Am - 6 Km/8-9 Hrs
* Very Steep, Hard & Challenging Terrain upto Summit
* Back to Summit Camp
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Back to Camp 1

* Wake Up and Breakfast
* Rappel down to camp 1 - 8 kms/5-6 hours
* Rocky & Glacier Steep Descent
* Lunch & Dinner
* Camp Stay

Day 10: Base Camp

* Descend to Base Camp: Beas Kund Camp Site
* Rocky section
* Rest left time
*Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Trek to Dhundi, Drive to Manali

* Breakfast
* Trek to Dhundi 9km/4-5 hours
* Drive to Manali via Solang
* Drop at Mall road, Manali
* Board Delhi volvo bus with lot's of memories

Day 12: Buffer Day

* Only to be used in case of Summit Attempt (Bad Weather)

  • Permits & Fees.
  • Accomodation:
  • - Manali Hotel Stay on day 1
  • - Dinner & Breakfast during Manali stay
  • Camp Stay during expedition itinerary.
  • All Meals during expedition itinerary (Veg + Eggs). Starting from day 1 dinner to last day pack lunch.
  • High altitude ready to eat pack foods above to Advance Base Camp
  • All Local Transportation/Transfer/Travel
  • - Manali to Dhundi & Return
  • Expert Lead Guide with support
  • Mountain Staff: Cook, Helper, Porters, & other support staff
  • High Altitude Camping Equipment: Tents, Sleeping Bags, Mattress, Kitchen Utensils, dining tent and toilet tents etc as required
  • Mountain Medical Kit with oximeter and portable oxygen cylinder.
  • Technical Equipment & Gears: Ropes, Sling, Helmet, Ice Axe, Harness, Jumar, Pitons, Crampons, Mountaineering Boots, Carabiners, Descender, Jumar, Anchors, Shovels.
  • All Safety Gears.
  • Porterage of all the common equipment/ supplies to & from Base Camp.
  • Any services not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Any Insurance, emergency evacuation or rescue charges, Heli Rescue, any cost of hospitalization.
  • Any change in itinerary, cost arises due to road blockage, natural calamity, sudden halt or any cost beyond our control to be borne by climber/you.
  • Expenses personal in nature like mountain tips, mineral water, drinks, snacks/meals, refreshments not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Personal equipment porterage, Available on Extra cost, ask while bookings.
  • Liability for or insurance against injury, loss of life, accidents or loss of goods.
  • - IMF Peak Booking Fee for foreign nationals (roughly USD 500 per person), and Mandatory Liaison Officer Fee for foreign expeditions (USD 500) as per IMF.
  • Taxes.
  • Wind & Waterproof Jacket-1.
  • Fleece Jacket – 2, Collared Full Sleeve T-Shirt – 2, Down Jacket-1.
  • Warmer/Thermal-1 (Upper & Lower).
  • Woolen Cap-1, , Sun Cap/Hat-1, Neck-Warmer-1, Woolen Gloves-1, Waterproof Gloves -2, Working Gloves-2, Woolen Socks-2, Trek Socks – 5.
  • Poncho/Rain suit-1 (Mandatory).
  • Trek Pole-2
  • Waterproof Trekking Shoes with good grip.
  • Cold Cream, Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm/ Lip Guard.
  • Personal Medicines please take advice from medical practitioners, Inhalers if any suffer from asthma.
  • Water Bottle – 2 (Mandatory) 1 Thermos flask helps a lot.
  • Head Lamp -2 with four extra pairs of Batteries (Mandatory).
  • Power Bank to charge Mobile and Digi Camera.
  • Personal Toilet Kit, Early Towel and Toilet Paper.
  • UV protected Sunglasses – 2 (Mandatory).
  • Trekking Pant – 2, Climbing Pants – 2 (both Mandatory).
  • Rucksack (Min 70 Ltrs) with rain cover.
  • Daypack 20 Ltrs for day usage.
  • Mandatory Documents: Please carry the Original & Photocopy of Govt. Photo Identity Card (any of Driving License/Aadhar Card/Passport), BMC & AMC Certificates (Mountaineering Course Certificates), Medical Certificate from any Registered Practitioner (Minimum MBBS), Insurance. Passport and visa required for Non-Indians.
  • Dry Ration (Dry Fruits, ORS, Chocolates, Protein Bars etc).
  • – & most important the Adventure Spirit.

Please take care of your belongings, we are not responsible for any loss/damage.

Customizable & Affordable Packages: Team HRI provides best package costs at an affordable price & serving all travelers equally. Our motive is to provide services at competitive costs.
Safety: We breathe in the term ‘Safety’ as this our utmost priority. Suitable environment for Solo Woman Travelers so don’t no worry in that case. We have tremendous trip leaders where all of them are well professionals. They know the safety protocols like the back of their hand. Also our drivers & support staff is well-behaved & they respect all.

Smaller Batches: We at HRI believe in the concept of Responsible tourism. We take Small batches’ that improve quality & focus too. A good group strength that helps trip leaders to get connected members.

Itinerary: Our team of experts crafted all the itineraries very carefully so all the members can experience the best, acclimatize properly & refined from our experience of leading hundreds of trekkers.

Equipment: While operating tours in the Himalayas, HRI uses high quality equipment as per the standards. Everything is tested and certified.

Clean Roads & Trails: We at HRI, are strong believers in the Leave No Trace policy and encourage all our members to don’t throw garbage & plastic rapers during our expeditions. Also our aim is to improve the welfare of local people and Keep Trails clean & green. We respect nature and work on it simultaneously.

The Hanuman Tibba expedition trek is a technical climb, you must be in excellent physical condition. It necessitates a 4,500-meter high-altitude trekking & prior mountaineering experience. Workouts and breathing exercises might help you improve your physical fitness. This excursion will take you up to 5,982 meters in height, so you’ll need strong lungs. In such high-altitude weather, your body also needs to stay active.

The Workouts

  • Walking with a 18 kg rucksack strapped on your back is a terrific way to shape your legs and body. It aids in the burning of calories, the reduction of excess weight, and the strengthening of your body.
  • For high ascents, stair climbing is the finest workout. Include it in your training routine.
  • Jogging can help you live longer by strengthening your lungs and improving your life. It’s a high-intensity aerobic activity that necessitates a lot of oxygen. This is an excellent activity for preventing weight and maintaining good health.
  • Squats are the most effective functional exercise for improving balance. Legs, thighs, hips, and hamstrings are also strengthened.
  • Pull-ups, push-ups, sprints, mountain climber, burpee, jumping jacks, and 60-second plank (3-5 sets each).
  • Pushing your body upstairs after stair climbing is another fantastic cardiovascular exercise. This is often considered to be the most effective workout for improving strength and power. Carrying an 18kg pack also helps a lot.
  • Finally, remember to pamper your body with some breathing exercises, Yoga, and Meditation.
  • For the best outcomes, eat well, stay hydrated, and get enough of rest.

Remember to bring appropriate clothing, remain hydrated, and stay warm to properly acclimate.

We totally understand that unforeseen circumstances might need you to change plans, and so HRI cancellation policy makes it easier to do that. Please read them very carefully.

No cancellations will be taken over phone calls or WhatsApp messages. Please reply to the email thread with the confirmation.

  • Cancellations up to 30 days prior to departure date – 10% deduction (payment gateway & bank charges).
  • Between 30 days to 15 days prior to departure – 50% deduction.
  • Less than 15 days of departure – No Refund.
  • In the partial payment system, the Booking amount is Non-Refundable in any case.

In case of any unforeseen weather conditions, government restrictions, road blockage or any other unavoidable circumstances beyond our control, certain activities during the expedition or the event itself may be cancelled/skipped, or there could be change in the itinerary, NO REFUND.

In such cases, we will try our best to provide an alternate feasible activity or a voucher will be handed over (in case of cancellation by us or rescheduling of event) to you.

However no cash/online refund will be provided for the same. In case the trip is cancelled by us for lack of a minimum number of people in the batch, you will get a full refund. Also, if you have opted for insurance, rentals, off-loading & other activities or ad-ons the amount will not be refunded.

In the partial payment system, the booking amount is Non-Refundable in any case.

All refunds will be processed back to the same bank account or the credit card/UPI account from which the amount has been paid. The amount for refund will be processed within 10 working days. Refund amount would always be calculated based on the net amount paid* for booking of the event & the Base Price of the event (excluding all additional services transport, rent, portage, etc.). Any voucher issued would not include the service tax amount paid while making the booking.

Buffer Day- It is important to have an extra day as any bad weather condition or landslides may delay your journey. In case another day is utilized, you need to pay ₹5,000 per person for buffer day expenses.

For more info : Terms & Condition

Itineraries are based on information available at the time of planning and are subject to change. “Heaven Riders India” reserves the right to change expedition dates, people or itineraries as conditions warrant. If a trip must be delayed or the itinerary changed due to bad weather, road conditions, transportation delays, government intervention, airline schedules, sickness, or other contingency for which HRI or its agents cannot make provision, the cost of delays and/or other changes are the responsibility of the participant. HRI reserves the right to decline, or accept, any individual as a trip member for any reason whatsoever.

– STRICTLY NO LITTERING take your belongings back.
– Everyone should be on time.
– Carry original and copy of valid ID
– Insurance is mandatory & it’s participants responsibility
– Leader’s decision is final, and will have to be followed by all the participants

– Behave well with staff and respect locals and their beliefs & rituals
– Any tax/entry fee imposed by the Govt. budget or new policy.
– No show and trip changes/cancellation due to bad weather or natural calamity will be Non-Refundable
– No show and trip itinerary changes/cancellation due to bad weather or natural calamity will be non-refundable
– Our team reserves the right to change the plan in case there is danger involved
– Any additional costs due to weather/unforeseen situations, sudden night stay, cost of rescue will have to be borne by the traveler/Tourist/you.
– In any case, sightseeing or any location/destination not covered due to bad weather or any issue which is beyond our control no refund will be processed.
– Food will be on a buffet basis; extra beverages, food items like orders will be at the customer’s end.
– The traveler should be mentally tough to beat the extreme cold conditions.
– The traveller should carry their water bottle & he must take care to dispose of their garbage in dustbins only.
–  Team HRI is not responsible for any mishap, due to weather conditions, natural disaster, any kind of accident, etc.
–  We provide sanitized Transportation, follow Covid norms and provide hygienic Stay. Please ensure to bring sanitisers and masks along.
–  Charges and trip plans could vary during bad weather conditions or if the tour is extended due to weather or some other mishappening.
– We are not responsible if the tour is extended or the itinerary is changed due to any kind of road blockage, landslide, snowfall, water floods, vehicle breakdown, etc. Extra costings to be borne by tourist/traveler.
 “Availability at hotels/stay” and “rates for this itinerary” are subject to change at the time of booking.
 We reserve the right to change the hotels, sightseeing or the route at any point in time. This is a rare case that happens only in the case of any maintenance work, availability issues, network issues, any natural calamity, road blockage due to landslide/snow or in any other case of a medical emergency.
 Air Conditioner/Heater/Blower in-cab will not be used in hilly/mountain areas.
– If you want to use the heater at a hotel/home stay/cab/vehicle extra charges will applicable.
– All Rates are Non-Negotiable.
– We serve North Indian vegetarian meals along with Eggs. Jain food available on request.
The travellers are responsible for carrying and taking care of their luggage from the vehicle lot to the Hotel/Campsite/HomeStay.
– In case of bad health, sickness/illness, AMS the participant would be sent back and no refund would be provided. Participants have to bear all the costs beyond.

For any further clarifications ask while booking.

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