Shali Tibba Trek

Shali Tibba Trek

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Shali Tibba Trek Overview

Shali Tibba hill is located near Khatnol village in Himachal at 2873 metres above sea level which is amongst the tallest peaks in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. The 12 km Shali Tibba trek is of easy to moderate difficulty and places such as Kufri, Shimla, Fagu, and Narkanda Hills are all visible from Shali Tibba Peak in all directions. The Shali Tibba trek is noteworthy for locals who adore the shrine in Shali Tibba mountain dedicated to the goddess Bhimakalian.

The Shali Tibba peak dominates the Shimla neighbourhood and is located just behind the Mashobra ridge. However, despite its prominence, the peak does not garner as much attention as it should. A fantastic vantage point for a panoramic 360-degree view of Himachal Pradesh is offered by this isolated hill.

The Shali Tibba trek is a nice trek through the forest that passes through several settlements. One may see what the Himalayas could have looked like if a man had left the area unspoiled by travelling through orchards.

The Shali Tibba trek package offers one of the greatest hiking trails and camping experiences with breathtaking scenery, a sight of the mountains, the forest, and the lush green valley.

Shali Tibba Trek Itinerary

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

Snow trails Camp and Adventure Activities

  • The first day of your Madmaheshwar package starts with the arrival of the Campsite of Snow trails camp.

  • Swiss tents with attached bathrooms and cottages make up the camp. From the camp, you can see the stunning dawn and Churdhar Peak.

  • Then enjoy some Hot lunch.

  • A campfire may make for a pleasant evening. You may participate in some intriguing adventure activities at the campsite as well.

  • Enjoy a bonfire with Music along with Dinner.

  • Once you have explored the snow trails camp, you can call it a day and spend the night in your camp.

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What to Pack for Shali Tibba Trek

Shali Tibba Trek

Documents - Carrying all your essential documents is essential to access important sites. Take along your Identity card or any form of identification that includes a passport, Adhar card, voter identification card, driver’s licence or others.

Clothes- You must pack clothes suitable for the weather. Cotton tees should be avoided in favour of Quick Dry tees, bandanas, scarves, or hats; a thick coating (Pullover, sweater or jacket) must be carried in case it gets cold at night. Walking or hiking boots is a must for the hilly terrain.

Consumables - Be sure to carry dried foods and packaged water for an easy trip. You need water (Minimum three litres), Salt plus lemon juice or electrolyte powder along with foods with a lot of calories, including nuts and dried fruits, homemade cake, etc, to keep you well hydrated and energetic.

Essentials

Sunglasses

For emergencies, have pins, rubber bands, and a whistle.

Using plastic sheet to protect electronics from the rain.

High SPF sunscreen

A sleeping bag and a mat

First aid kit

Scissors, cotton rolls, and crepe bandages are included in the first aid kit along with a micropore tape, 1 inch wide and constructed of paper or fabric.

Medicines

Avomine motion sickness medication, Digene or Gelusil for acid reflux, Crocin for mild pain treatment, and regular and waterproof bandages, Savlon or Dettol for antiseptic liquid, Cipladine or Savlon for antiseptic powder.

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Know Before You Go to Shali Tibba Trek

How to Reach
Trekking routes
Important Tips for trekkers

By Air: Jubbarhatti Airport is the closest airport (23 km from Shimla). There are fewer flights to Shimla, so you may pick Chandigarh or Dehradun Airport instead. Shimla may be reached from Jubbarhatti airport via taxi or bus.

By Road: From Delhi, Chandigarh, you may grab a volvo or Himachal government bus to Shimla with ease. Being only 13 km from Chail and 15 km from Kufri it is easily accessible with the help of public or private transports.

By Train: The closest railhead is Kalka, which may be used to access the Shali Tibba trek. From the Kalka railway station, you may take a cab or a bus to Shimla.

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FAQs

Where is Shali Tibba Trek located?

Right beyond the Mashobra ridge in the Shimla area is where you'll find Shali Tibba trek. Shimla, Mashobra, Kufri, Fagu, and Narkanda are all in close proximity to it. The Shali Top is a stunning, quick, and simple hike that can be finished in a single day away from the bustle of Shimla.

How difficult is the Shali Tibba trek?

The hike to Shali Tibba is categorised as easy to moderate with a 12 km trek where you go uphill on rocky, narrow ascents throughout the Shali Tibba trip. This calls for a significant degree of stamina and all the tourists are advised to get in good shape before going for the Shali Tibba trek.

What is the best time to do Shali Tibba trek?

The months from April to June and between September and November are ideal for the Shali Tibba trek as these months continue to have excellent weather. We advise against coming here during the monsoon season as the Shali Tibba trek route is narrow and steep, hence, water and mud might make the trek route very slippery and dangerous.

What is the highest altitude of Shali Tibba Trek?

At a height of 2873 metres above sea level in Himachal, the village of Khatnol is home to the Shali Tibba peak. It is the tallest peak in the Shimla District. In Himachal Pradesh, the 12 km Shali Tibba walk is of an easy to moderate difficulty.