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vijay sharma


It's been a great journey for all of us and also this was our first ever trek and we all give a big thanks to Thrillophilia who provide us great servic...


Ankita Sharma


Nag tibba trek is such a breather amidst this chaotic routine life that we live. it's a perfect set up having amazing people who host you and make you...

Nag Tibba Trek Overview

About the Nag Tibba Trek:
Nag Tibba Trek package is for two days starting from Dehradun after you arrive at the railway station or bus stand and from there, you will be taken to Pantwari and then to Nag Tibba Base Camp. A drive of around 85 kilometres and a trek for 4 kilometres would be needed to reach the base camp. Then waiting for you would be a completely refreshing dinner. 

Nag Tibba summit is just 7 kilometres away from the base camp where you will be able to watch the never-ageing beauty of some great peaks like Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Kedarnath, and Gangotri. Nag Tibba temple will also be covered on the second day of the trek. Then the descending route will be different from the ascending one. You will need around 8 kilometres walk trek to reach Pantwari and then a drive to Dehradun which will conclude the tour with some beautiful memories to carry back with you.

About the Nag Tibba:
Nag Tibba trek or the trek to the Serpent’s Peak is a wonderful delight for adventure lovers from all over the world since it showcases the best serenity and exciting trekking routes through thick jungles and meadows. Nag Tibba is extensively located at a distance of about 3022 meters making it an ideal weekend getaway destination, especially for adventure trekking. Many people find this very interesting to refresh themselves from routine boring work life. 

Comparatively, it is a less explored trekking route near Mussoorie but with so much to witness and relish. Garhwal Himalayas are the pioneering protector of Nag Tibba and this is the highest peak in the range. The rich flora and fauna in the forests will find before reaching the peak are the main attraction that keeps trekkers come back to attend its reverberating beauty for Nag Tibba trekking. It is an amazing option to enjoy the views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri Peaks, Kedarnath Peak, Changabang Peaks, and the Doon Valley.

Trek to Nag Tibba is a circular trek which has a different finishing point from the starting point and there is no overlap on the trails you covered once to reach the peak. A contrasting landscape will be visible while you descend down from the summit. Some quaint villages and extremely beautiful Deodar forests will welcome you warmly and they will give you the refreshing atmosphere to make your tiredness go away.

The camping experience offered with this trek would be the additional essence of the trip. Once you get the feeling of staying amidst a perfect space to look at the sky and gaze at the twinkling stars, you will surely come back to relive the moment. Also, Nag Tibba trek is highly recommended for beginners or those with reasonable physical fitness.

Quick Facts:
Temperature:  14 to 22  degrees (days) and 6 to14 degrees (nights) between September and December and 16 to 25 degrees (days) and 8 to 16 degrees (nights) during other months
Trekking distance:  15 km
Maximum Altitude: 9,910 ft.
Starting and Ending Point: The trek to Nag Tibba starts and ends at Dehradun/Delhi depending on the variant you choose.
Railway Station: Dehradun is the nearest railway station 
Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun
ATM: You will find ATM's in Dehradun.

Minimum number of people required to book this package is 1.

Nag Tibba Trek Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Dehradun – Pantwari – Nag Tibba Base camp

    Leave Delhi in AC Bus on Day 0 in night

    Reach Dehradun in morning.

    Reporting time at ISBT Bus stop Dehradun is 07:00 AM.

    Drive to Pantwari village via Mussoorie, Kampty.

    Reach Pantwari village and start the first day of your trek to Nag Tibba Peak.

    Upon arrival at Nag Tibba Peak, get served with hot lip-smacking dinner.

    Overnight stay in camps surrounded by mountain peaks and serenity beauty.

  • Day 2 - Nag tibba Summit – Pantwari - Dehradun

    Early morning, wake up to the mesmerizing beauty and fill yourself with breakfast.

    Start your trek to Nag Tibba Top (3084 Ft.)

    Reach nag Tibba top, and witness the stunning views of the Himalayan peaks like Swarga-Rohini, Bandar Poonch, Kedarnath, and Gangotri.

    Get served with the lunch after the trek.

    Then start to descend to Pantwari village

    End the journey by a drive to Dehradun with a bagful of memories.

    Drop at dehradun before 9:30 PM

    Take return volvo from Dehradun

    Reach Delhi Next day


  • Camps


  • 1 breakfast 1 Dinner 2 Lunch
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  • A lot of emphasis is given to nutritional needs and a menu of vegetarian dishes is prepared accordingly.
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  • Tea/coffee will be served throughout.


  • Trekking
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  • Camping

Other Inclusions

  • High quality trekking equipments (Tents, Mattress, Sleeping bags)
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  • Camping stools Aid, Medical Kit, First Aid Kit


  • Toyota Innova, Mahindra Xylo, Mahindra Scorpio, Tempo Traveller and no local jeeps or similar vehicles are used except where there are short transfers from the lodge to the trek points. The transport tariff includes all driver charges, fuel, parking, toll and taxes.
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  • Package has 3 variant :
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  • 1) Without Transport {Pantwaeri Village to Pantwari Village}
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  • 2) With to and fro transfer from Dehradun
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  • 2) With to and fro transfer from Delhi

Things To Carry

  • Jacket
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  • Thermal
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  • Gloves
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  • Trekking pant
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  • Trekking shoes
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  • Rucksack
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  • Water Bottle
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  • High Energy Snacks like chocolates, cheese, etc.


  • Rentals in Pantwari are subject to availability. the operator/guide will try to arrange rentals. There are local shops available in Pantwari and participants may directly deal with them.
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  • Respect local cultures and be sensitive towards wildlife
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  • Transport from Dehradun to Pantwari in Bolero/Tempo Traveller only.
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  • To & Fro transport happens in ac public bus from Delhi to Dehradun and back. Thrillophilia is only responsible for booking bus tickets for travellers.
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  • Porter services for carrying personal belongings throughout the trek (not more than 10 kgs) are optional additions that can be availed for Rs 300 per day per bag.
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  • Rescheduling Policy - 30% of the booking value will be charged as a rescheduling fee incase if the customer wants to reschedule their booking.
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  • Pick up from Mussoorie is subject to weather conditions. If it snows and the route is closed - we will go via Vikas Nagar bypassing Mussoorie. In that case visit to kempty falls is not possible.
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  • Personal trekking gear and extra oxygen are optional that can be availed at an additional cost
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  • General precautions and steps are to be taken to initiate good acclimatization with the assistance of guides
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  • Sumit trek is weather dependent, in case it is not done refund is not applicable.
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  • Those suffering from an ailment or heart disease, diabetes, breathing problems, high altitude sickness or is pregnant cannot participate in this trek.
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  • Fine incurred on poor waste management by the government officials.

Nag Tibba Trek: Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellations are made 15 days before the start date of the trip, no cancellation fees will be applicable.
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  • If Cancellations are made within 1-15 days before the start date of the trip, 60% of Total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fee
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  • Same Day cancellations are non refundable.
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  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain trips or activities may get cancelled. In such cases operator will try their best to provide an alternate feasible. However a cash refund will not be applicable for the same.
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  • Cancellations are strictly subjected to cancellation policies mentioned on the website & are irrespective of the date of booking.

Nag Tibba Trek: Refund Policy

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
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  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller's thrillophilia wallet as Thrillcash

Nag Tibba Trek: Booking Confirmation Policy

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
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  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.
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    Story by vijay sharma

     Rated : 5.0

    It's been a great journey for all of us and also this was our first ever trek and we all give a big thanks to Thrillophilia who provide us great service like their food, transport service, camping facility and their treck guide and the all facilities from their side is up to the mark ..and we really enjoyed there ....we all had a great memory. One suggestion for those who planned for nag tibba trek is "not an easy trek specially from nag tibba camp to nag tibba summit it's difficult's really difficult ...

    Story by Ankita Sharma

     Rated : 5.0


    Nag tibba trek is such a breather amidst this chaotic routine life that we live. it's a perfect set up having amazing people who host you and make you comfortable throughout the trek. We started from Delhi and all the aspects regarding travel booking, cabs and pick up is managed by the Thrillophilia team in an impressive manner. They are helpful and most importantly available the whole time.The trek begins with a moderate walk and climb till the base camp on the first day you reach. You get packed lunch from the team. And this grand welcomed by an amazing view of sunset from such pristine heights.Everyone is allotted a quechua tent either on single basis or twin sharing. The night sets up with a warm bonfire with all the people around and hot served dinner. The next day trek begins early morning so take adequate sleep. Anyone who can walk every day can do this trek. It's a good way to start and know who trek gets done. The climb is moderate and is accompanied by a guide who in my case was an amazing person. He told so many stories, his own life narratives and history behind the whole place. The summit ends up with a breath taking to view from where you can see the Sahaydaris and Himalayas out far. It's just an amazing experience altogether. Things to remember. Carry less things as you yourself carry it. It's one night and two days so pack light.Carry small packs of toiletries and cosmetics. Do carry water bottle. Torch.During winters, carry gloves, scarves and good thermals.Preferably wear hiking trousers and shoes (you can easily get one from decathlon store or app) , makes it comfortable hike. Carry water. PLEASE DON'T THROW PLASTICS AT THE CAMP OR DURING THE TREK.

    Story by Aparnesh Mukherjee

     Rated : 5.0


    Mr Bachan Rana, is an awesome guide. He led the whole team of 80 trekkers to the summit with safety and encouraged each one of us through out the trek.

    Story by Vaibhav Sharma

     Rated : 5.0

    We did the trek on Aug 16, 2019, during the monsoon season and it was a wonderful experience. I wouldn't call this trek easy - especially for beginners or people who rarely work-out and aren't physically active. Moderate difficulty is a better-suited term for beginners and I highly recommend getting in shape and doing cardio and leg exercises around a month before your trek begins. We were only 6 people in the entire group which made the entire trek even more enjoyable. Food was good and had a homely feel to it. P.S. If you don't want to spend money on buying trekking shoes, you can also rent them at Pantwari village, the starting point of the trek.

    Story by Surbhi C

     Rated : 5.0

    Amazing experience with Thrillophilia! Everything was well-planned. Very energetic & supportive trek leader Mr. Monu Rana. We 5 cousins planned this trek - our first of the kind! It wasn't an easy one as such, has an average difficulty level. Would recommend others to hit gym for 10-15 days before planning this trip. We traveled by Bus to Dehradun, booked via Uttarakhand Transport Corporation [UTC online]. 29th Aug 2018 - Took 11:59 PM Bus from Kashmiri Gate, Delhi to Dehradun 30th Aug 2018 - Reached Dehradun Bus Stop at 7:00 AM - Then took Auto to meet our Trek Group at Dehradun Railway station, approx. 20-25 min - Met our Trek leader Mr. Monu Rana and waited for the group members - Started journey for Pantwari village in a Tempo Traveller around 7:45 AM - At 10:00 AM, took a halt for 30 min for Breakfast [Maggie & Pakoda] at Vikasnagar, Dehradun - Enjoyed the beautiful scenery on the way and reached Pantwari Village around 12:00 PM. - A Room & washroom was available there to do the needful. We put our heavy luggage on Mule. - Packed Lunch was provided – 2 Parathas, Aloo-Matar Sabji, Frooti, Chocolate, Boiled Egg, which we ate later during the trek at the Lunch Point. - We started our trek of 4-5 KM at around 1:00 PM and reached our base camp around 4:45 PM. - We were served Hot Tea and Aloo Pakodas with Chaat Masala near our tent area, and we just sat there until the mesmerizing sunset around 6:00 PM. Tents were clean and well-managed. - At 7:00 PM, the campfire was organized. We were served Hot Tomato Soup and Popcorns. We played music, did star-gazing and a lot of chit-chats. Trek leader gave us instructions for the next day early morning trek. - At 8:00 PM, had a good Dinner, especially with fruit custard. - Since we were all tired, we slept at around 9:30 PM in our sleeping bags. 1st Oct 2018 - At sharp 4:00 PM, the team gave us a wake call. We were ready by 4:45 AM. - Breakfast was ready – Tea, Bread toast, Jam, Butter, Poha - Also, a food packet was given to us for eating during the long 4KM trek, which we ate at Nag Tibba Temple halt. - Reached the Top at 9:30 AM, Stayed there for an hour, enjoyed the view of beautiful Himalayan range, the serenity of the place, best escape from city hustle and bustle. - Around 1:00 PM, we were back to base camp. - Served lunch [Rajma-Chawal, Sewaiyan in dessert, also lemon glucose] - We packed our bags and started trekking down at 3:00 PM and reached Pantwari at 5:30 PM - Then we started our journey in Tempo Traveller for Dehradun. Around 8:30 PM we reached Dehradun Railway station. - Took auto for Dehradun Bus Stand, our bus was at 10:00 PM. Next day morning we reached Kashmiri Gate, Delhi at 5:00 AM.

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    Story by Rakshita Khandelwal

     Rated : 4.0

    The trek had been an amazing experience for us being the beginners.. We had 2 guides and they had been a great support to us. They really helped us through all thicks and thins in every possible way.. We were all girls in our group and we didn't face any issue of safety. Though there was little inconvenience regarding washrooms and drinking water but still the trek was organised and managed well.. Special thanks to our guides and thrillophilia????????????

    Story by Avinash Rahul

     Rated : 5.0

    This whole trek is of 11 km which can be broadly divided into 3 stages (4+4+3)km. First stage (4km) - When you reach pantawari village, a walk of 4km will be there to Nag tibba base camp. It is a tottaly rocky terrain with a quite steep slope you won't find any plain path. This walk is difficult as it is rocky terrain, steep and sudden change in altitude results in short breath. On this way there are some maggie points and natural springs. After reaching to base camp a much beautiful scenic view can be seen. Total time to reach here is 2.5 to 3 hours. Stage 2 (4km) - In the next morning you will be taken to Nag temple. This route is quite easy as your body till now has been acclimatized with the surrounding, there is no rocky terrain and the way is also not too steep. This can be done in 2 hours. You wont find any maggie point or springs on this route. The only water source available is at the temple. If you are unlucky that too will be frozen. Stage 3 (3km) - From nag temple to the Summit, the shortest and the toughest. When I went there, it's literally 5-6 feet of snow, out of 40 persons who had been come to visit nag tibba they just able to went till the temple. Only we four guys and our guide (Rawat Ji) went up till the summit. Most challenging part was to walk on the fresh snow with this much of depth. My friend was an army officer, so he and our guide both started to mark trail on the snow and we just followed there footsteps. Its was a 60 degree steep slope. But once you reach to the summit its really an amazing moment and view. Fresh snowfall made this trek difficult for us otherwise it is easy we have done this trek without any special equipment and we really did this in our sport shoes. But a request if your guide says that he cant take you to the summit as there is lots of snow kindly agree to him. With 5-6 feet of snow it not even difficult but dangerous too.

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    Story by Kundan Singh

     Rated : 5.0

    My group and I trekked up to Nag Tibba. I loved this trek – it was a fun challenge which we were more than rewarded for with stunning views of beautiful mountains, Jungle Trail, Both guides were fantastic for the following reasons. First, there was a high degree of professionalism. They knew the route well, Everything ran perfectly smoothly and there were no organizational issues. Overall, I loved my experience trekking with thrillophilia Team Group.

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    Story by Harshet Dayasankar

     Rated : 4.0

    This was my First Winter trek (to Snow) though i have been to 4 treks in south India earlier, Initially i was confused on what to wear, but thanks to decathlon. ( Thermal Full set, One quick dry pant , one quick dry tshirt, one fleece , one Jacket,woolen socks , gloves , and a woolen cap , Proper shoe) was sufficient . About the trip: We booked from delhi to delhi , transport was taken care , the co-ordinators (rishab and sagar) helped by responding quickly for any questions we had. Day 1: Start from delhi kashmere gate and reach dehradun by morning. (you would be having only public toilet in the bus stand (not so great) but you have no other options. Day 2: Transported from dehradun to pantwari village . ( I was told that shoe and Jacket can be rented) - but they were not available for rent in dehradun or pantwari , so i had to buy a jacket (~2K) ,my shoes were already good enough for this trip ,so i ignored that. The Transport to pantwari village is going through hills , and for the first time i had motion sickess( i had to vomit ,though this has never happened to me before) After reaching pantwari village , we met our guide. who gave us lunch, we packet few things(water bottle , lunch provided , additional socks). and started the trek. (it was moderately difficult) ,after reaching base camp (~3 to 4 hours Uphill) , we had some snacks and enjoyed the rest of the evening. Such a Clear sky( was able to see shooting stars, satellites moving around , sunset and a good bonfire at the end). We slept in the sleeping bags provided within the tent. It was very chill at night and i felt a little pain in my bones (of leg) - my top layers were sufficient enough to cover the upper body and keep it warm). Day 3: Next day ,we started to nag tibba temple and luckily we found snowfall (for 10 mins ) in a place along with bright sunshine. Loved it. then we made it to nag tibba temple (~4kms), but not to summit (another 1.5 kms Uphill) - but since the steep was high and we didnot have proper snow shoes we had to return from temple. Ankle deep snow was found when we were walking. On reaching the base camp , we removed some layers. and had lunch and started to desend ,which was quite easy , then we got into the tourister to desend to dehradun around 5PM , reached dehradun by 8.30 PM and our bus was at 10.30PM to delhi, we had our dinner at dehradun(some hotel available) and made it to delhi next day morning at 5AM. Best : Food was Great . Precaution : Empty your stomach before the trek ,and do not over eat, if you wouldnt be comfortable to use the toilet in the tent (it wont be good - but you cant expect for more)

    Story by Vishwanath Vishwanath

     Rated : 5.0


    tooo goooddddddd.........must visit

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    People Also Ask About Nag Tibba Trek

    1. What is the best time to go for Nag Tibba trek?

      The best time to trek to Nag Tibba is February to mid-June, and mid-September to end-November. This is is an easy trek and the best weekend break to revitalize you.

    2. Will there be mobile connectivity in Nag Tibba?

      You will not have mobile signals on the top. However, on the way, you can get the broken signals of Airtel and Idea.

    3. How difficult is Nag Tibba Trek?

      Trekking at Nag Tibba is not usually difficult although it is a relatively unknown trail it is considered one of the best trekking grounds for a reason. It is the highest peak in the Garhwal region of Himalayas. There are dense forests and a view of Kedarnath peak around.

      If you trekked all the way it would be much more difficult. But thankfully you can reach the base of Nag tibba on a jeep and this is why the trek is easily completed without much ado.

    4. What is the height of Nag Tibba Trek?

      The Nag Tibba trek is perched at an altitude of 9,915 feet from the ground and regarded as the highest summit of the Garhwal Himalayas.. From this peak, you can take a glimpse of several lower summits like the Doon valley, Kedarkantha peak, and various others. Though the summit is quite high but the views that it offers makes it worth the effort.

    5. Is Nag Tibba Trek good for beginners?

      Yes, the Nag Tibba trek is a great choice for beginners as the trail is an easy one and is considered to be the best Himalayan treks for beginners. It is a small trek of about 8 km and one can opt for it without even giving a second thought.

      If you are a beginner then this is the best pick for you, as from here you can gape at the grandeur of the Himalayas and have memorable time with the spellbinding displays of nature.

    6. Which type of shoes should I bring for trek to Nag Tibba?

      Please do not carry the normal sports shoes. As you need the good traction during the Nag Tibba trek, shoes from Woodland or Forclaz 500 is a recommended choice

    7. What should I need to carry from our end while going for Nag Tibba trek ?

      As the temperature is cold throughout the trek with the possibilities of rain, we recommend that you carry woolen clothes, which can be full sleeves woolen sweater, thermal inner wear, windproof jacket, etc. along with a raincoat.

    8. Can I go solo for Nag Tibba trek?

      Nagtibba is good for trekking solo. But like any other trekking ideas, you must prepare for this one. Trekking is as easy as much as you know about it. If you are travelling solo then you are responsible for your own safety and therefore it is important that you know the highs and lows well.

      It's always advisable to go on a group tour for trekking in the Himalayas, instead of trekking solo for safety and security reasons.

    9. What is the route for Nag Tibba Trek?

      There are 2 routes for Nag Tibba Trek. One can either trace the beautiful peak from the Devalsari village that will be about 13 km but if you are not willing to take this long route then you can even start from Pantwari village that has less complicated pathways and is just 8 km trail.

    10. How much weight will I have to carry on Nag Tibba trek?

      It is advisable to carry a 6L backpack, weight to be carried will depend on your requirements and capacity.

    11. What kind of food will be provided during the Nag Tibba trek? What about safe drinking water?

      Veg meals and safe drinking water is provided during the trek. Dinner on Day 1 and breakfast & lunch on Day 2 will be provided,

    12. Can we consume alcohol if it’s really cold during the trek to Nag Tibba?

      Many people feel inclined to consume alcohol while trekking. But it is very dangerous and often advised against while trekking. Alcohol might increase your adrenaline and cause the blood vessels to dilate this dilation makes your blood flow towards the skin.

      This makes you feel warmer while actually, your body temperature drops in reality. Alcohol also increases the chances of catching hypothermia at such high altitudes. Hypothermia will cause your body to start shivering and it will increase your breathing rate.

      The best way to combat the cold is to take precautions and not to have alcohol. It can also cause dehydration and cause you to vomit, or it can give you dizziness, headache, and insomnia. This is why experts strictly avoid trekkers against having alcohol while on their journey.

    13. How do I get to Nag Tibba?

      Getting to Nag Tibba is an easy one as you can take a direct flight, train or bus to Dehradun after which you can hire a private taxi or local bus that will take you the Pantwari village. From this point, you can trek to Nag Tibba as it is just 8 km.

    14. Is Nag Tibba a good trek for a first timer?

      Yes, Nag Tibba trek is a good trek for first timers as well because the trails are not so tricky or challenging that test your physical stamina every other time but still, you are expected to have a reasonable physical fitness to walk around 10 kilometres or so every day on the trek.

      Keeping yourself hydrated during the trek and be prepared with the medicines for acute mountain sickness to avoid falling sick after you reach the base camp.

    15. How is Nag Tibba weather?

      The trekking season starts in March usually and there will be snow in the region but the end of the March will make the snow disappear and then the days will be sunny. Also, there will be moderate hot during day time ranging to 20 to 25* Celsius. But the night temperature will come around 08-13 degree Celsius.

      During monsoon, there will be rain most of the days and at the top portions, rain will be comparatively lesser. After monsoon, from September to December, the day time will be sunny but the temperature will remain around 14-18 degree Celsius and in the evenings, it drops down to 10 degree or so.

    16. Is Diamox is advisable during Nag Tibba trekking?

      To avoid acute mountain sickness, you can have some medicines handy but Nag Tibba is not a very high altitude destination and hence you need not take life saving drugs like Diamox or similar ones. Still, have one or two at the maximum for safety if some emergency happens after you reach the base camp.

      Keeping hydrated throughout the trek will help you overcome the first uneasiness and tiredness. Also have some energy bars or snacks with you on the trek.

    17. How much is the distance of Nag Tibba trek from Delhi?

      The road distance between Delhi and Nag Tibba is approximately 355 km and has good connectivity. You can reach Dehradun and then hire a taxi or travel by bus to reach out to the Pantwari village. From this point, Nag Tibba is just 8 km trek.

    18. How do I get in shape for the trek to Nag Tibba?

      Since Nag Tibba is an easy-moderate trek, you will not need an athlete physique or stamina but still, you need to be energetic and somewhat fit to cover 10 kilometers or more by walking through the rough forest roads. Except in winter, the other seasons are really easy for doing this trek.

      You need a good amount of cardiovascular endurance to complete this expedition and for that, you can do jogging or simple exercises every day before the start of the trek. Squats will also be a good option to gain strength in order to keep the targets on the trek easy.

      For flexibility, you need to do some stretching exercises regularly and it will help you get rid of muscle related problems.

    19. How can I reach Nag Tibba from Dehradun?

      First of all you have to reach Dehradun Railway station or Bus station. From there onwards you need to reach the first point i.e. Pantwari village. This village is at a height of 4,640 Feet and it takes 4 hours of uphill drive from Dehradun Railway or Bus station.

      As soon as the motorable road ends, Nag Tibba Trekking begins. From Pantwari village it’s a 3-4 hours trek to campsite i.e. Camp-1 where you will be spending the night. Next day you need to start early from the campsite to enjoy Nag Tibba trekking session of 4-5 hours to finally reach Nag Tibba.

    20. Can I go for Nag Tibba trek in December?

      Yes one can go for Nag Tibba trek in December. The beauty of the Nag Tibba trek increases in the month of December with the onset of winters. The peaks become snow-cladded and that makes the trail a little arduous one. Apart from this, the temperature bar ranges between 7 to -7 degrees celsius that is quite chilling and one must not forget to carry woolen clothes with themselves.

    21. How long is Nag Tibba Trek?

      Nag Tibba Trek distance is of 15 Kilometres long situated at an altitude of 9,910 feet. This is the highest peak point in the ranges of the Himalaya of the Garhwal region. The trek begins from Pantwari to Camp 1 and from Camp 1 to Nag Tibba, and it will take you about 12 hours to reach on the top and come back to Pantwari village.

      People usually take a stopover at Pantwari village so that they can start the further trek at early morning hours and cover the Nag Tibba Trek distance by late afternoon.

    22. Where does the Nag Tibba trek start?

      Your Nag Tibba’s trekking journey will begin from Dehradun and then you will reach to Pantwari village. After Pantwari village you will hit Campsite i.e. Camp-1 and finally from Campsite your journey to Nag Tibba peak point will start.

      The Nag Tibba trek cost around INR 1,999, this is the best price which you can only avail at Thrillophilia. The Nag Tibba trek cost includes transfers from Dehradun as well.

    23. Can we do Nag Tibba Trek in winters?

      Unlike rest of the treks, The Nag Tibba trek can be done throughout the winters. It is one of those few treks in Himalayan range that operates during winter as well.

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