Beginning from Pantwari, a calm village in the region of Dehradun-Mussoorie, the trek starts up a rough climb and following two or three hours on the trail, enters the forest of oaks and rhododendrons. The trek goes ahead up to Nag Tibba base, set apart by a temple committed to the serpent god, and from that point to Nag Tibba top. The peak of the climb brings forth a dream of the unveiling of the Gangotri peaks. From the highs of Nag Tibba, you can check out Bandarpoonch, Kedarnath, and Chanabang—all totally entrancing snow pinnacles of the Garhwal Himalayas!
Though it is a relatively unknown trail near Mussoorie it can easily be considered one of the best weekend treks for someone around Delhi.
Nag Tibba, literally meaning the abode of Snake God is the highest peak in the lower Himalayan Garhwal region. It is considered as the best weekend trek intended for all seasons. Safety poses no concern as far as the varied age groups for this trek is concerned, from kids to corporates to couples to solo, this trek can prove to be a humble beginning for anyone.
This place holds the ambiance to Bandarpoonch, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and a lot more significant and mesmerizing peaks. This is also one of the few treks which are open in winters not falling at the hands of heavy snow.
The trail to Nag Tibba heading from Dehradun is encompassed by lush green Deodar forests and spectacular picturesque views. There is a lot of substance for budding photographers or naturalists who like forest walks.
If all of these reasons fall short of influencing your decision of planning on this trek, here is one more. Nag Tibba in Mussoorie is the only place in the world after Switzerland to host the winter line phenomenon. From mid-October to January, while the sun sets, the western skyline showcases a majestic colorful combination of yellow, red, orange, grey and mauve. The reason behind being the refraction of sunlight at a specific angle. Beholding a sight as this is something you inscribe in your memory for a lifetime.
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Summary: Nag Tibba Base, it is a large clearing with a temple dedicated to the Serpent God. View of the Garhwal peaks through the forest. Highest point called Nag Tibba “Jhandi”. Terrific view of the Himalayan ranges of Swargrohini, Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, Srikanta, and Gangotri stream flowing on one side and a couple of shepherds’ huts on the other side while returning at Moriana