Nag Tibba Trek In Uttarakhand

3 Days

Overview

Nag Tibba trek is a famous & short trek. The Highest peak is in the lesser Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. Here you get to see, A Very Beautiful sunrise and mountains surrounded by panoramic beauty. Nag Tibba trek from Dehradun is about a 4-5 hours journey. It is 3022 meters means 9914 feet. There is a range of settled on a mountain. There is situated in the lap of the Himalayas in the Tehri region of Uttarakhand. Many ranges can be seen from here, such as Bandar Pucha Peak, Kala Nag, Chaukhamba, Swargarohini, etc. Its starting point is Dehradun. Starting from here beautiful views like Mussoorie and Kemtpyfall are seen. From where the trekking starts, then we reach Pantwari Village. Here you can stay for a day and rest. You can go ahead with your vehicle for 1.5 less or 2-less than Pantwari. After that, A Goat Village is approx 2 km away from this place. Or the base camp is located at a distance of 4 km. The Summit is located at a distance of 4 km from the base camp. On the way to the Summit, a Nag Devta temple is here. Taking blessings from whom everyone starts the trek.

 

Trip Highlights

  • Nag Tibba trek is a famous & short trek. The Highest peak is in the lesser Himalayan region of Uttarakhand.
  • From where the trekking starts, then we reach Pantwari Village.
  • Kempty Falls passes through Mussoorie Pahadon ki Rani means (Queens of Hills) and enters the Sankari Goan. In winter, many tourists come here for trekking—the next step from starting Sankri.
  • Nag Tibba trek from Dehradun is about a 4-5 hours journey.
  • Many ranges can be seen from here, such as Bandar Pucha Peak, Kala Nag, Chaukhamba, Swargarohini, etc. Its starting point is Dehradun.
  • The Summit is located at a distance of 4 km from the base camp. On the way to the Summit, a Nag Devta temple is here.

Itinerary

In the morning after breakfast drive to Pantwari via a hill queen (Mussoorie). On arrival set out camp for an overnight stay.

In the morning after breakfast trek to Nagtibba with packed lunch. Dinner & overnight stay in camp.

After trek down to pantwari Drive Dehradun.

Includes/Excludes Cost

Includes Cost

  • The lodging is included on all trek days (from Pantwari to Pantwari). You'll be sleeping in tents (two per tent).
  • All meals are provided, from supper at Pantwari on Day 1 through lunch on Day 2. Meals are straightforward, healthy, and vegetarian.
  • If you needed We will provide all trekking equipment, such as a sleeping bag, cooking and dining tents, utensils, a mattress, a tent, a bathroom tent, and crampons.
  • First-aid supplies, an oxygen cylinder, and a stretcher are all available.
  • All required forest access fees and permissions.
  • Your walk will be conducted by educated, experienced professional guides and trek leaders that have a good guiding background, trekking experience, medical certificates, and a love for leading people into spectacular scenery.

Excludes Cost

  • Personal expenses of any kind are prohibited. Anything else you want to know, avobe.
  • The trek price does not include meals purchased on the first and last days of the route. (Food is provided from the first day's dinner at base camp to the last day's lunch.)
  • Mules or porters charge for private baggage (offload fees for bags of Rs. 500 per day, per bag).
  • Any type of emergency evacuation fee

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is Nag Tibba Trek?

Walking: The entire Nag Tibba trek path consists of simple trekking that takes 5–6 hours to accomplish. The path leads through gorgeous, lush green valleys, quiet hamlets, and pine and oak woods. The Pantwari route to Nag Tibba is 8 kilometers shorter than the Devalsari route (13 kilometers). 

Why is Nag Tibba famous?

The first half of its name comes from the belief that it is the home of “Nag Devta,” or the God of Snakes; “Tibba” is a local term for a hill or peak. Local people gather here to worship Nag Devta for the protection of their livestock. This location is 3048 meters above sea level.

How far is Nag Tibba Trek from Dehradun?

Nag Tibba is located in the Garhwal Himalayas, 58 kilometers from Mussoorie and 88 kilometers from Dehradun, including an 8-kilometer journey from Pantwari Village.

Which month is best to visit Nag Tibba?

The Nag Tibba Trek is best done in the summer months, from April to June, and in the winter months, from October to December. January to March are the finest months to visit Nag Tibba if you want to experience snowfall or do snow trekking in Chopta.

Is there snowfall in Nag Tibba?

Nag Tibba Trek in the Winter (December, January, and February): If you want calm and serene solitude with snow all around, the winter season is ideal for arranging a walk to Nag Tibba. During the winter, snow will fall, covering the entire area and surrounding hills.

Is Nag Tibba Trek worth visiting?

Anyone who enjoys nature and is looking for a weekend vacation close to Dehradun can try the Nag Tibba hike. The dawn from the peak must not be missed.

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Nag Tibba Trek In Uttarakhand
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Trip Facts

  • 3,022 m
  • Dehradun
  • Taxi, Temop Traveler
  • Camp, Tents
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Certified & Expert
  • April, June, October, December
  • 14
  • 55

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