The highlights of the trek are the thick pine forests, mountain views, quaint villages, and serene beauty of nature with snow. The total trek is 8km and considered an easy grade trek. The trek will take you through dense deodar forests, terraced fields, exotic variety of flora and fauna, lush meadows, and amazing weather. The trail has some steep climbs in the starting kilometers but soon turns as a straight hike. Nag Tibba top offers majestic views of Gangotri, Kedarnath, Kalanag, Bandarpunch, and Swargarohini peak of the Himalayas. As situated on the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayas, the peak offers panoramic views of all the peaks.

The sound of chirping birds, smell of old pines & deodar, views of lofty mountains, and fresh white snow is all you want on your weekend trip. The trek starts from Pantwari village near Dehradun. A short drive from Dehradun via Mussorie will take you to the Pantwari village.

According to Hindu Mythology, an old temple at the top is dedicated to Nag Devta (the Serpent’s God). The locals offer prayers to the deity in the protection of their cattle and farms. Visit the temple and offer prayers to the Serpent God during the trek.

Nag Tibba is truly a paradise for nature and snow lovers. The best trek to rejuvenate your soul, mind, and body. A walk into the Himalayas at a high summit in just two days will be a great experience. Camping at the top will add charm to this trek. Witness the alluring sunsets and sunrise and star-glanced night in the dark.