Co-ordinates: 30.5861° N, 78.1514° E
Difficulty Level: Easy- Moderate
Maximum altitude: 9914 ft
Maximum Temperature: 15ºC
Minimum Temperature: 2ºC
Best Time to visit: April- June and October – December
This is the highest peak in the Nag Tibba range of Himalayas. It’s a short that makes for an ideal weekend trek. The trek takes you through dense forests rich in flora and fauna, giving you a majestic view of peaks such as Bandarpoonch peak the Gangotri group of peaks, Kedarnath peak in the north, Doon valley and the snow peaks of Changabang. If you’re a beginner and are looking to widen your adventure horizons, then this is one trek you should surely take this winter season.
Duration: 2 Days
Route: Khaitan — Nag Tibba Base — Nag Tibba Summit – Bhatwadi – Dehradun
Day 1: Pantwari- Nag Mandir Campsite (5.5 km)
After reaching the trek’s starting point and having breakfast, we will head to the base of Nag Tibba summit. The trek is uphill and will take about 5 hours to complete. Once at the base, we can spend time, hike around and then camp there overnight.
Day 2: Nag Mandir – Nag Tibba – Nag Mandir (5 km)
After witnessing a beautiful morning at the base camp, we head to the summit. On the route, you will see snow-clad ranges of Garhwal and Himachal like Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Srikanth, Black peak. Click pictures here, enjoy the panoramic view and return to Nag Mandir soon after.
Day 3: Nag Mandir – Pantwari (5.5 km)
After a hearty breakfast, we will trace the same trail that we came through the day before. This is mostly a downhill, easy trek so you can walk at leisure and enjoy the views. From Pantwari, leave for Dehradun.