Nag Tibba ('Serpent's Peak'), 3,022 metres (9,915 ft) is an ideal weekend trek.This trek can be done throughout the winter season when most of the treks in higher Himalayan ranges are closed. 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 students who are yet to see the full movie of a long trek.
Drive to Pantwari & trek to Nag Mandir Campsite (5.5 kms)
Today we drive from Dehradun to Pantwari. From Pantwari we start our trek to the base of Nag Tibba summit with packed lunch. The trek is uphill & will take 4 to 5 hours. After reaching the base by the late afternoon we will setup camps. Explore the surrounding area, take pictures, and have loads of fun.
Nag Mandir - Nag Tibba Summit & Return to Nag Mandir (5 kms)
Wake up to the sound of chirping birds in your ear. Enjoy the morning views of first light falling on the high mountain peaks all around. After breakfast head for Nag Tibba Summit with packed lunch. From top of the summit enjoy the views of the snow clad mountain ranges of Garhwal and Himachal. After lunch we head back to Nag Mandir by the same route.
Nag Mandir to Auntar (8 Kms)
After warm up & breakfast we head south east on the trail leading to Auntar village. The trail is mostly covered in snow. Trek through fallen tree branches with dew drops dripping from tree leaves is a scene right out of the movie "Revenant". The trail is mostly downhill with only few sections of uphill. After a short break Auntar, our trek concludes as we connect you from Auntar to Dehradun.