Nag Tibba, Uttarakhand: Nature Trek and Nag Tibba Temple Visit
Fixed Departure Treks
Preferred Season: All year round (except monsoon)
- Reach an altitude of 3050 metres
- Visit the Nag Tibba temple
- Trek through dense rhododendron and oak forests
- Rich birdlife that includes jungle babbler, red vented bulbul, blue cheeked bulbul, hill myna, warblers and more
- Witness the garhwal village life at Pantwari Village
It unwraps beautifully with possibilities of witnessing elegance as you trek through the dense vegetation. If you keep your eyes open you may even spot a flameback woodpecker in the barks of oak trees. The trail greeted us with grassy patches, dense oak forests and overwhelming views of the nearby ranges! The trek is an easy type and can be carried out by anyone who wishes to explore beyond one's everyday lifestyle.
About the Trek
Nag Tibba (3050 m) stands tall in the Garhwal Division of the Himalayas to the north-east of Mussoorie. The trek is an easy to moderate one and takes you through the Nag Tibba Range. The peak offers spectacular views of Mussoorie, Vikashnagar, the Banderpoonch range and spurs created by the Yamuna river valley. The trail to Nag Tibba ridge flourishes with a variety of flowers and birds. Most prominent flowers are white anemones (a flowering shrub) while among birds the jungle babbler, red vented bulbul, blue cheeked bulbul, hill myna, warblers and tits are common.