Nag Tibba Trek offers an extraordinary mountain setting up camp insight and snow trail. Our camping areas give stunning perspectives on the woodland covering and Himalayas, ideal for bird watching and photography. Nag Tibba offers a grand and perfect setting up camp on snow covered knolls. The trek offers you a bold chance to ascend the Nag Tibba top (9,915 feet) which is the most elevated in the lower Garhwal mountain range of the Himalayas.
We welcome you to the Nag Tibba Trek in Winter 2022 . This delightful circuit used to be an exemplary multi day trek however presently, with engine streets arriving at the farthest town, you can be at the foundation of the mountain in a morning’s jeep ride from Mussoorie. Anyway the reality stays that four valid justifications for doing this trek are as yet substantial: Nag Tibba is a couple of feet short (9915ft) of the otherworldly 10,000 ft mark. The mountain’s blended oak and deodar woods are thick and detached, and host to a rich assortment of birds and natural life.
It has a heartfelt relationship with Heinrich Harrer’s top of the line Seven Years in Tibet as he got away, in 1944, from a Dehradun wartime captive camp. Also, it has an interesting social character where the Garhwali way of life, customarily founded on respect for the Ganga, has been impacted by her more youthful sister the Yamuna. The town of Lakhamandal on the Yamuna is figured to be the site of the Mahabharata occurrence in which the Kauravas attempted to immolate the Pandavas in a royal residence made of lac.
You don’t actually require doormen during the current end of the week trek except if you are a gathering that desires to appreciate the kind of setting up camp. Numerous trekkers doss down in the town grade schools for the time being, or set out toward the Gujjar brushing locales to rest out under the stars on Nag tibba. The gujjars are very affable and make for another profoundly remunerating social review. Their respect and honesty should be imitated not annihilated.
What’s in store for nag tibba
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Nag Tibba trek is really a magnificent end of the week escape assuming one is making arrangements for a short experience in the Himalayas. Nag Tibba winter trek has acquired its place as one of the most amazing fledgling end of the week treks in India. Trail sorts out a total Nag Tibba trek bundle which incorporates administrations like – trek guides, cooks, camp accommodation, camp and trek gear and transport from Dehradun to Pantwari.
Astonishing Forest Trails
The trek has astounding timberland trails through the thick sal, oak, deodar treeline which are an enjoyment for nature sweethearts and photographic artists. Assuming you know about the Himalayan birds, you’ll have the option to recognize numerous uncommon cases on this path. Indeed, Nag Tibba has timberland trails on both Day 1 and Day 2
At the outset, Nag Tibba has a difficult rough path for around 2.5 km which isn’t extremely intense yet enough to provide you with an encounter of a lofty slope Himalayan trek. The greatest aspect of this rough path is that it has 2-3 normal water sources in obscure spots, enough to unwind and get your energy back.
Nag Tibba trail has some extremely delightful, picturesque and enormous level verdant clearings in the backwoods area which make for an incredible campground. Trekkers have a brilliant encounter of setting up camp in the lap of nature in the midst of thick backwoods where they can recognize the intriguing Himalayan vegetation and fauna. In the nights, one can hear and even spot wild foxes in the close by woods.
If it’s not too much trouble, Note : Our backwoods campgrounds are all around picked and protected from normal components and natural life.
Himalayan Views from Nag Tibba highest point
After a short visit to the Nag Devta sanctuary at Nag Tibba base toward the beginning of the day, trekkers start a climb through thick timberland to arrive at the Nag Tibba highest point. In the winter season, this piece of the path is for the most part canvassed in snow, so it turns into a brave snow trek. On a crisp morning, one can see the higher Himalayan tops in full brilliance from the Nag Tibba culmination.