Reasons to visit Nag Tibba Trek


“Trekking” you have been hearing this word for quite some time, be it Bollywood or through social media. Finally, you decided to take the plunge and do a small trek, to begin with. You start searching the web for the options and get so overwhelmed and confused with the options that are there. For people down south options are endless. There are so many single-day hiking options in and around Pune, and Bangalore that you really don’t need much planning, just pack your lunch and go. But if you’re in the north planning a bit of a trek in the Himalayas, if you’re planning something worthwhile, your options are limited by the fact that the starting point is at least an overnight trip from Delhi. Now the question arises is Nag Tibba Trek suitable for beginners? 

Well, we have provided you with enough reasons to aware you of everything. Below are the reasons to make it perfect.


1- place Close to Delhi – 

A rare commodity in today’s hectic times. So shopping, outings, and family time should all be done on weekends. Alternatively, if you live in and around Delhi and are tired of regular visits to malls and theaters, trekking to Nag Tibah is the way to go. YOUR PERFECT OPTION Start this amazing journey exploring the mountains. Nag Tiva departs from Pantwari, 90 km from Dehradun. So if you take the 23:00 bus from Delhi, you will reach Dehradun by 5:00 the next morning, and from there you can take a taxi to Pantwari by 09:00.

If you start on Friday night you can start your trek by 09:00 AM morning.


  1. Duration of Trek – 

A weekend Trek–Trek to Nag Tibba summit can be completed in two to three days depending upon how hard you want to push yourself. As a beginner you have some doubts in mind one of it is, whether you will be able to do it or not. In that case, the 3-day itinerary is best, starting from Pantwari. It is possible to start the 2-day trek from Thatyur, but the climb to Nag Mandir is very steep and exhausting when the scenery opens up and there is only one spot of water when you are already nearby. so this may not be the best choice. the campsite that day. If you follow the Thatyur route, camp at Nag Mandir, reach the summit the next day, and reach Patwari at the end of the day.


  1. Gentle Terrain – 

The terrain from Pantwari to Nag Tibba peak is very gradual with no steep sections longer than 5-10 minutes. The absence of these steep climbs allows hikers to enjoy the beauty scattered about. This is even more true for beginners. Beginners are less patient than more experienced trekkers and want their hard work to pay off quickly (read Hiking). That’s what happens in Nag Tiva. After 2-3 hours of trekking, camp at Nagmandir and enjoy his 180-degree views of the Himalayas. Nag Mandir is a beautiful campsite surrounded by Rhododendron forest on one side and Deodar forest on the other. The sunsets are as beautiful as any other campground in the Himalayas.


  1. Healthy Trekking – 

Nag Tiva is a trek that gives you all of a longer trekking experience – jungle trails, snow, and breathtaking views of the highest peaks of the Indian Himalayas (duration only).

If you start from Pantwali, the first day’s trek is mainly through rhododendron forests. After the Nag Mandir or just before the Nag Mandir, the snow is ankle-deep and even knee-deep in places. Once you reach the top, enjoy views of India’s highest mountain, Nanda Devi, and Bandar Poonch. Best of all, it’s a circular hike if you plan it right. Doing the loop is always a better experience than backtracking the same road because the scenery on the way back is different, and it keeps you motivated throughout the time you spend on the road.


  1. And one more thing

For all the reasons explained earlier age Tibba is a great trek for beginners and that is why almost everybody can complete it without much problem. But when you are just starting your journey to the unexplored mountains and are not used to uninhabited places your mind keeps asking if you need medical attention or if have to return back to civilization for some emergency at home. In the case of Nag Tibba you have that option, if something doesn’t go as per plan you can always head back to Pantwari even in the middle of the night. There are small huts where the jungle trail just begins and you can reach these huts within an hour from the Nag Mandir.


So be ready and Pack your bags this winter and head to Nag Tiva without fear. Any method is doable regardless of time or one’s physical ability.

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