Nag Tibba - 2 Days

REGION Uttarakhand
DURATION 2 Days, 1 Nights
TEMPERATURE 25° Max/ 10° Min – Summers
18° Max/ -5° Min – Winters
ALTITUDE 3,020 meters

Nag Tibba lies on the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayas, North-East of Mussoorie. The peak is at an altitude of 3100 m. It offers spectacular views of Mussoorie, Vikasnagar, the Banderpoonch range and spurs created by the Yamuna river valley. Nag Tibba is a typical ridge peak on the Nag Tibba Range of the lower Himalayas. In fact, along with the Pir Punjal and Dhauladhar, the Nag Tibba range forms one of the 3 main ranges of the lower Himalayas.

There is a temple dedicated to Nag Devta and the range owes its name to this temple. Snakes have always held an important status in the Hindu religion.

Day 1
Dehradun to Pantwari (1,400 m) to Kathian Campsite (2,265 m)

Mussoorie is 22 km from Dehradun and Kempty falls another 17 km ahead. The road continues downhill from here towards the Yamuna river bed and reaches the town of Nainbagh. One road continues towards Yamunotri while we take the narrower road which climbs uphill towards Pantwari village. This takes us behind the Mussoorie ridge and into shepherd territory. Gujjars with their domesticated sheep and goats are seen on hill tops. Terraced farms and hill slopes dotted with Bauhinia trees with their purple blossoms are a sight to photograph.

Day 2
Trek from campsite to Nagtibba top(3,020 m) and back to Pantwari; Drive back to Dehradun.

We start the second day post breakfast and climb to the Nag Devta temple. It is an ill maintained temple premise with a pujari, who is present occasionally. The locals come here frequently to pay their obeisance. There is a vast open space near the temple which is often used as a grazing ground for sheep and goats. The Nag Tibba ridge rises further up and is another 1 hour of journey ahead. There is a distinct change in vegetation from here. The forests become dense and is dominated by oaks and rhododendrons. The forest floor is also damp indicating the lack of sunlight reaching it.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Food as per menu on the trek ,
  • Accommodation. (Guest house, Home stay, Camping)
  • Forest Camping charges
  • Safety Equipment ,Trek equipments : Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required) All necessary permits and entry fees
  • Trek guide, cook, helpers, and mules for carrying common luggage
  • Transportation if Specified in Itinerary,
  • Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Meals during road Journeys
  • Any king of Insurance
  • Any expense of personal Nature
  • Any expense not specified in the inclusion list
  • Carriage of personal laggage during the trek

Frequently asked Questions

How to Plan ?

There are main questions when considering a trek in India (Himalayas). The first is where to go, and for this is important to check of maps of the destination (Location) and read up relevant books, pamphlets and brochure.
Secondly, you need to decide when to go / where to go. Climate and geography of the Himalaya mountain is very complex and it is no use setting your heart on trekking out of Himalayas.
Thirdly, Check out your budget. Decide what you afford and whether you intend to trek through a adventure travel company (Himalayas Griffon) or prefer to make your own arrangements.

What should we carry ?

  • Study an overall map of the location.
  • Check out the exactly where the different trekking regions are and get a general idea of where you want to go to.
  • You also need to consult with us before travelling in Himalayas. even if you are not considering trekking with an organised company, the evenings are generally informative and can answer many of your initial question.
  • What to check before going for trek ?

  • Decide on your budget,
  • Check what Equipment gear you have.
  • Decide what you need to purchase and whether it is sufficient for the region in which you intend to trek.
  • If you do not already have of wish to purchase a highly quality sleeping bags and tents then its is not advisable to undertake an extended trek across the main Himalayas.
  • What kind of permit we need ?

    Trek in Himalayas you will need to obtain one or more permits, depending on the area that you plan to visit. Special Trekking Permit for restricted/controlled areas (Forest Department).

  • Trekkers’ Information Management System/TIMS Card
  • Conservation Area entrance fee
  • National Park entrance fee
  • Trekking peak climbing and mountaineering permit
  • Filming and documentary shooting permit
  • Why need Travel Insurance ?

    Whether You’re going with trekking agency or alone, it is imperative to take some insurance covers against sickness, injury, loss of Bags and any tragedy with your life. most policies also cover the reimbursement of cancellations fees and other non recoverable expenses.
    If you are forced to cancel your booking because of an accident or illness of a close family member then you must also seriously consider evacuation cover.

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    Day 1: Dehradun to Pantwari (1,400 m) to Kathian Campsite (2,265 m)

    Day 2: Trek from campsite to Nagtibba top(3,020 m) and back to Pantwari; Drive back to Dehradun.


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