Nag Tibba Trek is just an overnight affair, but the memories you will collect here would be cherished for lifetime. The Trek is best for those who want to walk through the woods, reach heights and spend the night under the star-studded sky. While on the trek, you would come across various popular peaks such as Bandapoonch Peak, The Gangotri Group of Peaks, Doon Valley, Kedarnath Peak in the North and snow-laden peaks of Chanabang. Finally, the Nag Tibba Peak (AKA Serpent’s Peak) is located at the height of 10,000 feet and is home to rich biodiversity.
The route taken for this trek is one of the four routes for Nag Tibba Peak. This takes you through Pantwari. All the four routes however lead to Gujjar Campsite where they converge and further lead to a single route to the final summit.
Day 1 - Dehradun- Panthwari- Nag Tibba
On reaching Dehradun Railway Station get a pick up and then leave for Panthwari via Mussoorie–Kempty falls–Nain-Bagh. As per the schedule, you would reach Panthwari at 12 noon. After this, you start your trek to Nag Tibba and reach the same by 6 PM.
Overnight in camp.
Day 2: Nag Tibba- Panthwari- Dehradun- New Delhi
On this day, descend from Nag Tibba Top and return to Panthwari. From here proceed for Dehradun, where you would reach by 9:00 PM. Catch a train or bus for your onward journey to New Delhi.
- Duration- 2 days
- Altitude – 3022 meters at Nag Tibba Summit
- Level – Easy
- Season- Late April- October and January- Early March
- Rail head- Dehradun Railway Station
- Road head – You can board a bus from Anand Vihar ISBT or can also opt for cab or local bus in order to reach Dehradun.
- Base Camp- Pantwari