Nag Tibba also called Serpents Peak is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayas in Garhwal region. Situated at a height of 3022 meters above the sea level, the peak offers majestic views of some remarkable peaks such as Swargarohini, Banderpooch, Kala Nag and many more. The difficulty level of the trek is easy and is best suited for beginners. The trail passes through villages, dense forest, and meadows. It is considered the best weekend trek near to Delhi.
DAY 0: Delhi to Pantwari Village via Mussoorie
DAY 1: Pantwari Village to Base Camp
DAY 2: Base to Nagtibba Summit to Panwari
DAY 0: DELHI TO PANTWARI VILLAGE VIA MUSSOORIE
We assemble outside Akshardham Metro Station, Gate 1, New Delhi by 9 PM. After the initial introduction with the group, we start our journey to Pantwari village, which is the starting point of the Trek.
DAY 1: PANTWARI VILLAGE TO BASE CAMP
We will take a break and have our breakfast amidst the journey. We arrive at Pantwari by 8 AM in the morning. After a short break, we start our trek to Nag Mandir Campsite by 9 AM. The distance from Pantwari to Nag Mandir Campsite is 5.5 km. The initial trek passes through a goat village and then continues spur of the mountain. The rest of the trek goes through a dense forest of rhododendron and small bugyal or meadow. The complete trek is on an even surface except for some stretches. It takes around 4-5 hours to reach the campsite. After arriving at the campsite, visit Nag Mandir. Have dinner with bonfire. Night stay in the camps.
DAY 2: BASE TO NAGTIBBA SUMMIT TO PANWARI
The day starts with a steep trek to the summit of Nag Tibba. The summit is situated 3 km from Nag Mandir. It takes around 2-3 hours to reach the summit depending on the snow on the trail. At the top, enjoy the panoramic views of Himalayan peaks such as Trishul, Nanda Devi, Srikanth, Swargarohini, Black Peak, Banderpooch and other. After all this, we trek back to Nag Mandir campsite. We have our lunch there and then descend back to Pantwari. The downhill trek takes around 3 hours to reach.