Nag Tibba Photo Story

Nag Tibba Photo Story

Category Photo Story

By Sandhya UC


Here is a photo story of Nag Tibba  trek by Vaibhav Chauhan.

Nag Tibba is a trekkers delight. Though its a relatively unknown trail near Mussoorie, it can easily be considered one of the best weekend treks that you can do out of Delhi. For those who want to walk in the forests, climb up to 10,000 feet, see snow clad mountains and camp under starry night skies  the Nag Tibba trek is just perfect.

Nag Tibba presents stunning views of  Bandarpoonch peak, the Gangotri group of peaks,  Kedarnath peak in the north,  Doon-valley and the snow peaks of Chanabang. Also known as Serpent’s Peak, it is the highest peak (9915 ft) in the Nagtibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas and is said to be the abode of Nag Devta. This trek takes you through dense mountainous forests rich in flora and fauna. The advantage of this trek is that you can reach the base of the Nagtibba range by jeep. This makes it possible to do it as a weekend trek.

A team of 25 trekkers did Nag Tibba trek in early February 2013 via Pantwari village.  Here is a photo story from their trek. Click on the pictures to see the enlarged image and the slideshow

Pictures contributed by Suvo Paul and Vaibhav Chauhan.

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Sandhya UC

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Sandhya is a founding partner at Indiahikes. Over the past ten years, she has explored and put on the map few of the greatest Himalayan treks in India, including Kashmir Great Lakes and Kedarkantha. She is a TedX Speaker and has been awarded the Women of Worth Award by Outlook Business in 2017.

She believes in sustainable living just as she believes in sustainable trekking.

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