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Nag Tibba Trek

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Nag Tibba(Serpent’s peak) is situated in Tehri Garhwal in Uttarakhand, at an altitude of 9,915 feet. It is also known as the abode of Nag Devtas, Tibba is a local word for hill or peak. Nag Tibba range is part of three major ranges of lesser Himalayas which includes Pir Panjal Range, Dhauladhar range which was a part of Great Himalayas. Villagers strongly believe in the Nag Devta and come regularly to offer prayers to him for the safety of their animals.

Nag Tibba has pleasant weather throughout the year and one of the best camping spots. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced trekker you will love the beauty that Nag Tibba offers. If you like bird watching then you are going to enjoy your time at the base camp. There is ample opportunity for nature photographers and astrophotographers too.

How to reach:

By Air: Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the nearest airport to Pantwari which is about 116 km away. From Airport you can book a cab for Pantwari.

By Rail: The Dehradun railway station is the nearest railway station to Pantwari which is about 90 km and is well connected with Delhi, there are plenty of options to pick your train. You can book a taxi from Dehradun Railway station to Pantwari.

Note- Book your ticket till Haridwar railway station because Dehradun railway station will be closed till Feb 2020.

By Road: Dehradun is well connected to all major cities. Pantwari which is about 90 km away from Dehradun will take about 3-4 hours. You can book a cab or take public transport to reach Pantwari, it is well connected with Dehradun.

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  • Nag Tibba is an easy trek but offers some spectacular views of the entire Bandarpooch (6316m) range towards Yamunotri side, Swargarohini (6252m), Kedarnath peak in the north, Doon valley, Srikanth, Gangotri group of peaks and Chanabang.
  • There are three trekking routes to reach Nag Tibba summit one from Pantwari (we will be taking this route) and other two from Devalsari, Shrikot. It is an 8 km trek from Pantwari.

What you will do

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Day 0
Day 0
Delhi to Dehradun - 254 km 6 hours drive.
• You will depart from Delhi at night and reach Dehradun early
morning which is about 254 km away.
Day 1
Day 1
Dehradun to Pantwari – 90 km drive and 4.5 km trek to the

• Early morning drive to Pantwari from Dehradun which is
90 km away, you will be crossing Mussoorie.
• The road descends after Mussoorie, towards the Yamuna
river bed and reaches the town of Nainbag.
• There are two roads, one towards Yamunotri and the
other narrow uphill road which leads to Pantwari village.
This takes us behind the Mussoorie ridge into shepherd
• Terraced farms and hill slopes dotted with Bauhinia
trees with their purple blossoms(November to March) are a
to photograph. These flowering trees are easily identified by
their leaves which are in the shape of a camels' foot.
• Start your trek from Pantwari village for the campsite
which is the base for Nag Tibba summit.
• Enjoy your cup of tea while sitting in the campsite and
relish the beautiful views around. Eat your dinner you might
get some good shots if you are an astrophotographer.
• Overnight Stay at the campsite.
Day 2
Day 2
Trek from campsite to Nag Tibba top and back to Pantwari – Drive back to Dehradun.

• Wake up early morning to enjoy the beautiful morning and if
you are lucky you can spot some beautiful birds around the
• Post-breakfast, trek starts for the Nag Devta temple. There
is a vast open space near the temple which is often used as a
grazing ground for sheep and goats. The gradient increases
for Nag Tibba summit.
• The forests turns dense and are dominated by oaks and
rhododendrons. This is an ideal habitat for a variety of
orchids (locally called kachina) to grow. However, with the
pressure of grazing, lopping of oaks and trekking; this
region is under anthropogenic pressure.
• A variety of birds like the Black Partridge, Hill Partridge,
Himalayan Greenfinch, Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher, whiskered
Yuhina, Black Bulbul, Common Stonechat, Blue-throated Barbet,
White-collared Blackbird, Niltava and flame back woodpecker
can be seen in the forest. Start descending back to your
campsite and after lunch head down to Pantwari village. You
then start your journey back to Dehradun.
You will be leaving for Delhi at night from Dehradun.
Day 3
Day 3
You will reach Delhi early morning.


  • Meals from Day 1 lunch to Day 2 lunch. Hot and delicious food will be served at Breakfast and Dinner. During trek packed food will be provided.
  • Forest Permits/Camping Charges, if any (Up to the amount charged for Indian nationals)
  • Tented accommodation throughout the trek.
  • Rent for camping equipment.
  • Meals during road journeys
  • Accommodation in Dehradun.
  • Any expense not specified in the inclusion list


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