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An ideal winter trek for all winters long, Nag Tibba or popularly known as Serpent’s peak trek is an ideal weekend getaway for people desperately looking for a refreshment from a boring routine. The trek can be completed in a span of three days from Delhi. With a moderate level of difficulty, anyone with a normal level of fitness can complete this trek. However, in winters it could be a slippery trek due to snow and hence extra caution is needed.
In winters, with snow all over, the Nag Tibba Winter trek offers one of the most beautiful camping sites with nothing but white snow and snow covered peaks to greet you as a view. The trail goes through thick deodar forest offering a rich variety of flora and fauna. Within a day of walking, one reaches into the isolated parts of the trail with absolutely no habitation so it is very important to carry your supplies in abundance especially water.
For the virgin trekkers who are still warming up their bodies as well minds towards a longer and tougher treks, Nag Tibba tek is a perfect trek for a trailer as well as a practice session to see how well you can do with ice all over.
Nag Tibba ('Serpent's Peak'), 3,022 metres (9,915 ft) is an ideal weekend trek suited for most people looking for a refresher from the boring routine. This trek can be done throughout the winter season when most of the treks in higher Himalayan ranges are closed. The trek can be done in 3 days from Delhi which makes it an ideal trek for weekends. Given its moderate level of challenge, anyone with a normal fitness can do this trek. The trek offers some of the best camping locations. The route goes through thick deodar forest. With only a day into the trek one reaches to very remote region with almost no habitation. A great refresher and trailer for new trekkers who are yet to see the full movie of a long trek.
Day 01 : Dehradun to Pantwari – 95 km drive and 4.5 km Trek to campsite
We begin the day early from Dehradoon. This way we can avoid the traffic towards Mussoorie and Kamptee falls. Mussoorie is 22kms from Dehradoon and Kampteefalls another 17kms further. After an hour later we reach Pantwari village and begin our ascent to our camping site.With mules carrying the luggage one can enjoy the village setting and life. The trail is mildly steep from here until the Kathian Campsite.
Day 02 : Trek from campsite to Nagtibba top and back to Pantwari – 12 km; 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 no pujari but the locals come here frequently to pay their obeisance. The trek down is easy and fast and can be covered in a couple of hours. We then proceed onwards to Dehradoon by our transport.