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Nag Tibba Weekend Trek

Mussoorie's own weekend summit climb

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TREK DIFFICULTY

Moderate

TREK DURATION

2 days

HIGHEST ALTITUDE

9915 ft

Mussoorie's own weekend summit climb

We all know summit climbs are incredibly rewarding in a trek. This is why we have trekkers flocking to treks like Kedarkantha or Deoriatal-Chandrashila. On a trail like Nag Tibba, you get to experience the thrill of a summit climb in just a weekend!

Resting at 9915 ft, the summit of this trek is the highest in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas. From here, you see a 100-degree view of snow-capped Himalayan ranges such as Swargrohini, Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, Srikanth, and Gangotri. You also see Kedarnath peak in the north, Doon valley, and the snowy peaks of Changabang. With views like this and a climb to make you earn them, this weekend trek may be one of the best.

As you go up one side of the mountain and come down from another side, you also experience a variety of landscapes. This trek takes you through dense forests, clearings, and ridge walks. All within two days!

This relatively unknown trail near Mussoorie is a good fit for trekkers living in Delhi and the National Capital Region who want to have an adventure over the weekend. For beginners, this trek is great as an introductory trek to the world of trekking.

We all know summit climbs are incredibly rewarding in a trek. This is why we have trekkers flocking to treks like Kedarkantha or Deoriatal-Chandrashila. On a trail like Nag Tibba, you get to experience the thrill of a summit climb in just a weekend!

Resting at 9915 ft, the summit of this trek is the highest in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas. From here, you see a 100-degree view of snow-capped Himalayan ranges such as Swargrohini, Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, Srikanth, and Gangotri. You also see Kedarnath peak in the north, Doon valley, and the snowy peaks of Changabang. With views like this and a climb to make you earn them, this weekend trek may be one of the best.

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Nag Tibba - Complete Trek Information

We have always wanted trekkers to be well-informed before they go on a Himalayan trek. Knowledge is the difference between a safe trek and a dangerous one. It’s also the difference between a wholesome experience and a superficial experience.

Use this section to learn about the Nag Tibba trek. It has in-depth information about each day of the trek, what to expect, and how you need to prepare for it. Many years of expertise have gone into this content. Trekkers find that extremely useful.

Highlights

What To Watch Out For on Nag Tibba Trek

Here are the Highlights from Nag Tibba Trek

1. The view of the sunset from campsite

This is one of the few treks we have where you can see spellbinding sunsets. This is because of the direction this trail faces. On a clear day, you see big snow-capped mountains like Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Kalanag, Srikanth, and Gangotri lighting up a shade of fiery orange. Below you, you see a bed of clouds float. You don’t even have to climb to a high point to see this sunset. You can see it right from your campsite!

The sunset view from the Khatian campsite is stunning to say the least. Picture by Kumar Amrit

2. The trail to Bhatwadi village

The summit day for Nag Tibba is a long one. Right after you touch the summit, you start descending to a village called Bhatwadi. This route is extremely picturesque. An hour into your descent, you enter a clearing called Moriana where there is a stream on one side and you see a couple of shepherds’ huts on the other side. This place is encircled by forests. It is a lovely spot for taking photographs!

From here, the trail goes through a lovely forest cover that moves along the stream. When you enter farms after an hour or so, you are disappointed that such a beautiful trail is coming to an end.

Note: Depending on the group’s fitness, weather conditions and snow, your Trek Leader takes a final call whether you descend from Bhatwadi or retrace the route back to Panthwari

The jungle trail on the Nag Tibba trek is a delight to trek in. Picture by Achal Walia

Leaving Mountains Better

Green Trails is our promise to leave the mountains better. We have removed over 1 lakh kilos of the waste left behind by others on trekking trails. Yet this is a small percentage of what we do. Green Trails dives into reducing the use of resources, reducing our carbon footprint and bringing about a change in the daily practices of our trekkers too.