The Nag Tibba trek is a short and easy weekend trek to Nag Tibba (Serpent’s Peak) near Mussorrie. At over 3000 meters it is the highest peak in the Nag Tibba range of Garhwal Himalayas. Nag Tibba Trek is an ideal weekend trek which can easily covered over any extened weekend.
3 Reasons Why Nag Tibba is the best winter trek.
Short Travel Time: It takes just 3 to 4 hours to reach base of Nag Tibba Trek from Dehradun which in comparison to any other trek in Uttarakhand is very less.
Snow Snow Snow: Nag Tibba in winters is covered under heavy snow, so if you want to enjoy snow trekking then trek to Nag Tibba this winter trekking season.
Stunning views of Greater Himalayas: From Nag Tibba one have uninterrupted views of himalayan peaks like Bandarpoonch, Gangotri group of peaks and Kedarnath peak to name a few.
Nag Tibba Trek from Delhi
You can do this trek from Delhi as it takes around 8 hours to reach Pantwari the starting village for Nag Tibba trek it is the best places to visit near delhi within 300 kms Here is the itinerary you can follow to do Nag Tibba Trek from Delhi
Nag Tibba Trek from Delhi Itinerary Day 1: Start Early from Delhi to Pantwari via Kurukshetra, Ponta Sahib Road. Stay overnight in Guest house at Pantwari
Day 2: Trek from Pantwari to Kathian and Nag Tibba Top. Explore the area (at the left side slope from the summit one can get a terrific view of the Himalayan ranges namely Swargrohini range, Gangotri ranges, Bandarpoonch etc. ) and come back to Kathian (6 Kms).
Day 3: We get up early and after morning tea go for relaxing walk in the Jungle of thick oak trees. Kathian campsite gives you great views of lower Himalayas. After breakfast we descend towards Pantwari village which takes around 4 hours to reach and after reaching Pantwari village we drive back to Delhi via Ponta Sahib road and reach New Delhi around 10 PM.