A spectacular weekend getaway, Nag Tibba located just east of Garhwal is 10 a.m. At a height of 9,915 ft, it is perfectly suited for beginners and children, does not pose a threat to disease at high altitudes, and offers a truly healing journey instead. Anyone living in and around Delhi can set up Nag Tibba- the highest peak in the Nag Tibba range in the Lesser Himalayas, for a refreshing weekend in the tranquillity of the jungle mountains. With a few days added to the trip, “hill queen” Mussoorie can also be covered.
From Pantwari, a quiet village near Dehradun-Mussoorie, the trek begins on a rocky outcrop and after a few hours on the road, it enters a grove of oaks and rhododendron. In the warmer seasons on this route, you will be greeted with summer flowers and greenery while winter comes with lots of snow. The night camp is in the open at the edge of the forest, overlooking the ever-changing green slopes of the Lesser Himalayan that stretch far and wide. The trek continues up the Nag Tibba Center, marked by a temple dedicated to the serpent god, and from there to the Nag Tibba top. The culmination of this journey is the unveiling of a visionary Gangotri group. From the highlands of Nag Tibba, you can mark Bandar Poonch, Kedarnath and Chanabang — all in the magnificent Garhwal Himalayas!
Day 1: – Dehradun to Pantwari village and journey to camp 1
- Pantwari Village (4,640 ft), Camp 1 (7,630 ft)
- Dehradun to Pantwari village drive 5-6, 85 Km
- By Mussoorie, Kampty Fall
- Take them at 6:30 am, and arrive at Pantwari village at 12:00 noon
- The last ATM in Mussoori
- The whole trip has a telephone network but does not change
- Lunch in Pantwari village
- Start the journey at 2:30 pm, arriving at the camp site at 5:30 pm
- 2 water spots
- Pantwari to Camp 4 Km
- Sit in a tent
Day 2: – Camp 1 to Nag Tibba up and back to Pantwari Village and drive to Dehradun
- Elevation 9,910 Ft
- Camp 1 to Nag Tibba is 4 Km, 3 hours
- Start the trip at 5:00 am (breakfast ahead)
- There is no water supply on the road
- Sit up for half an hour
- Lunch time
- Arrive at Pantwari village at 3:00 pm
- Drive to Dehradun arrive at 8:30 pm
Who Can Go: –
The first-time calculator can work, you should be interested in hiking and mountaineering.
The climber must be in good condition and strong enough to cover 5 km in 50 minutes without stress.
The climber must be able to carry an 8 kg backpack.
Heart disease, high blood pressure, asthma, and epilepsy cannot be reversed in this work. The climber should not have the conditions mentioned above.
How to access
In the spirit: –
Jolly Grant Airport is an airport in Dehradun, which is 25 kilometers from the city. There is a flight from Delhi to Dehradun
By train: –
Take the night train to Dehradun from Delhi
- Nandadevi Express – Train Number: 12205 (Departs 11:50pm; Arrival – 5:40 am)
- Dehradun Express – Train Number: 12687 (Departure – 9:10 pm; Arrival – 5:00 am)
By road: –
There is a regular bus service from Delhi to Dehradun, from the ISBT Kashmere Gate of Delhi.
We suggest you take only government buses from ISBT Kashmere Gate. Private buses come out of ISBT and are not eligible for reliability.
Buses usually leave you at Dehradun ISBT. From there you have to get to Dehradun Railway Station
- TTH Tata Sumo or similar vehicles will pick you up at Dehradun Railway Station at 6:30 am.
- Downloads are included in travel expenses
Risk: Altitude Height Before embarking on a journey, it is important to understand the effects of high altitude on your body. Be aware of the symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) such as headaches, nausea and general discomfort.
Risk: Lack of communication resources In remote Himalayas, mobile networks are inaccessible. On the go, the person is not available in the world of calls, SMS or whatsapp.
You should try this at least once in your lifetime. I assure you it will be a wonderful experience which you will remember for your lifetime.
Trekking will help you to live in the moment, improve your mood. you forget all your problems when you are trekking. Once you start trekking there is no turning back and nag tibba is the best place to do it.