Nag Tibba Trek
Nag Tibba is also known as the abode of ‘Nag Devta’ or God of Snakes, and is the highest mountain peak located in the lesser Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. ‘Tibba’ locally means a hill or a peak, and Nag Tibba is at an altitude of 3000metres (9,915 ft.).
A Place for Adventure and Travel Enthusiasts
If you feel a sudden urge to travel to a place that spikes your adrenaline, Nag Tibba will never disappoint. A trek to the summit is capable of soaking all your juices but once you reach the hilltop – it’s just refreshing!
What to Expect
Nag Tibba offers you the power to see the world from a different lens. The trek takes you through dense forests, ridge walks and many breath-taking sceneries. From the summit, you can see a 100-degree view of snow-capped mountains like Gangotri, Kala Nag, etc. The aesthetic of the place ascends manifold at night, and being under a million stars just elevates the mood.
Viewing sunrises and sunsets from the summit, calms all your nerves and lightens the mood. The different hues of the sky in the wee hours are a delight to watch and will make you not wanting to leave the place.
Other Places to Travel
One of the best things about Nag Tibba is that it is close to Landour and Mussoorie, which are two other popular tourist destinations in Uttarakhand State.
Best Time to Visit – Throughout the year.
Trek Difficulty – Moderate
Trek Duration – Two Days