Nag Tibba Traveling - 2 Days

Overview

Not very far from Mussoorie, Nag Tibba is highest peak in the lesser Himalayas region about 3022 meters high, situated 16kms away from Landour cantonment, around 57kms from Mussoorie in the Garhwal region of UK. It is believed to be an abode to NAG DEVTA, nag-snake and Tibba-hill. It is a weekend trek or say getaway for all. For an alluring trekking destination for the weekends, Nag Tibba in the hinterlands of Garhwal is a ten on ten. With 9,915 ft maximum altitude, it is perfectly suitable for beginners and children, poses no threat of altitude sickness, offering a thoroughly enlivening trek instead. Anyone staying in and around Delhi can plan Nag Tibba- the highest peak of the Nag Tibba range in the Lesser Himalayas, for a rejuvenating weekend in the calm depths of forested mountains. With a couple of days added to the trek, “the queen of the hills” Mussoorie can be covered too.

Itinerary

Day 1
Day 1: Dehradun to Pantwari village drive and trek to Nag Tibba Base Camp

We will pick you up from Dehradun railway station around 7 in the morning, starting on a 4 hour uphill drive to village Pantwari at 4,640 ft. The road passes through a Mussoorie-the queen of hills, to Kempty Falls, and with the Yumuna river trailing our side on to Nainbagh from where we turn on the Nag TIbba road, reaching Pantwari at around 12 pm. We will be stopping for a light breakfast on the way. Also, Mussoorie is the last stop where an ATM is available. At Pantwari, we will have a filling lunch and after some rest, head off for the trek. The hike begins at the end of a motorable road till which we will be reached by car. Beginning on a well defined cemented path, we will find our way to a rocky trail. You will find 2-3 water points on this way, the first of which comes after 15 minutes in the trek- a reservoir of stream water. Fill your bottles from here and move ahead.

Day 2
Day 2: Camp 1 to Nag Tibba top and return to Pantwari Village and drive to Dehradun.

Rise early to get a head start as it is going to be a long day with lot of walking to do. From Camp 1, locate a trail towards the right going straight into the forest. Most of the trail is in a thickly forested area. The trails from here are well defined. However, during the months of January and February snow makes it difficult to identify the trail. The estimated time it takes to reach Nag Tibba Base is around 45 minutes to 1 hour. The route is mostly a gradual walk with a small section of steep ascent for 10 minutes in between. Nag Tibba Base is a large clearing with a temple dedicated to the Serpent God. The view from the summit brings us face to face with the Garhwal Himalaya’s most amazing. The canvas of the sky lights up with ice capped ranges of Bandarpoonch, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Kala Nag, and more. After spending some time at the summit, begin your descent.

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Nag Tibba Traveling