- NAGG TIBBA TREK
- 2 Days
- 8 to 55 years
- Difficulty : Moderate
- Tour guide
Situated at an impressive altitude of 3,022 meters, Nag Tibba claims the title of the highest peak in Uttarakhand's lower Himalayan region. For those seeking a swift Himalayan getaway, the Nag Tibba route presents an excellent choice. In just a single day trek, you can reach the summit of a ridge peak within the Nag Tibba range. Along the way, trekkers will be treated to the sight of charming villages, lush fields, and blooming trees. As you ascend one side of the mountain and descend from the other, you'll encounter a captivating variety of landscapes. Dense forests, expansive clearings, and invigorating ridge walks form part of this unforgettable journey. Many find this trek particularly appealing as it offers a refreshing escape from monotonous daily routines. Although relatively less explored compared to treks near Mussoorie, Nag Tibba promises an abundance of awe-inspiring moments and delightful experiences to savor.
Day 1 - Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp
Day 2 - Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back
Day 3 - Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 km drive
Day 1: Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp
Our journey begins with a convenient pick-up from Haridwar railway station, scheduled for approximately 7 a.m. Prepare to ascend 4,640 feet as we embark on a 4-hour uphill drive towards Panthwari village. Along the way, we'll traverse the picturesque town of Mussoorie, often referred to as the "queen of hills," and pass by the enchanting Kempty Falls. With the Yamuna River gracefully accompanying us, we'll proceed towards Nainbagh, where we'll then turn onto the Nag Tibba road. By noon, we'll arrive at Panthwari, where we'll take a brief pause to enjoy a light breakfast. Our trek will commence with a 30-minute hike along a rocky trail. As we progress, we'll encounter a cluster of charming thatched-roofed huts perched on cliffs, surrounded by terraced farmlands. During the harvest seasons, these fields transform into a vivid tapestry of lush green and vibrant yellow hues. As we approach the campsite ledge, be prepared for a captivating spectacle as clouds emerge like wisps of smoke from the depths of the nearby gorge.
Meal - Dinner
Day 2: Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back
Today, we have the luxury of time, allowing us to savor every moment on our journey to the Nag Tibba summit. After a hearty breakfast, we will set off towards the Nag Tibba top. It's important to note that during winter, the path may be covered in snow, making it slightly challenging to navigate. Nevertheless, after a trek of around 20-30 minutes, we will arrive at two open patches of land, clearings that border the forest. From here, the trail continues into the forest, ascending steeply and likely immersed in snow during the winter season. This segment of the trek adds an exhilarating touch, offering an adventurous and memorable summit experience. Once we reach the Nag Tibba top, be prepared to be awestruck by the breathtaking vistas of the Himalayan peaks, including Swarga-Rohini, Bandar Poonch, Kedarnath, and Gangotri. Following this extraordinary accomplishment, we will be treated to a mouth-watering lunch at the camp, providing a well-deserved reward for our efforts.
Meal - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 3: Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 km drive
After enjoying a satisfying breakfast, we will begin our descent today. The trek downhill is relatively easy and is estimated to take approximately 3 hours to complete. By around 11 am, we will reach the road where transportation will be arranged to take you back to Haridwar.
Meal - Breakfast
- Transportation support on Traveller, Ertiga or Innova (depending on the size of the group) throughout the journey.
- Note: If you’ve opted for the Delhi-to-Delhi package, then an AC sleeper bus will be provided from Delhi to Dehradun, and then back to Delhi as well).
- Accommodation on sharing basis.
- All meals (vegetarian), including everything from lunch on Day 1 to Lunch on Day 2.
- A well-experienced and certified trek leader.
- Supporting staff.
- Forest permit.
- Anything that has not been covered in the inclusions mentioned above.
- Any kind of personal expenses.
- Any kind of personal medication.