Nag Tibba Trek

Overview

For those looking for a quick Himalayan escape, this itinerary on the Nagtibba route is a fantastic option. It takes you to the top of a ridge peak in the Nag Tibba range of the lower Himalayas, in just a day trek. You’ll pass charming villages, terraced fields, and flowering trees en route to your campsite. You’ll catch a beautiful sunset over the hills, and at night, you’ll camp in comfortable tents with the sounds of nature outside. Many people find this very interesting to refresh them 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 one will find before reaching the peak are the main attraction that keeps trekkers come back to attend its reverberating beauty. It is an amazing option to enjoy the views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri Peaks, Kedarnath Peak, Changabang Peaks, and the Doon Valley.

Trek Fee

₹ 5,200/-

+ 5% GST ( Ends on 30 Nov )

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Overview

For those looking for a quick Himalayan escape, this itinerary on the Nagtibba route is a fantastic option. It takes you to the top of a ridge peak in the Nag Tibba range of the lower Himalayas, in just a day trek. You’ll pass charming villages, terraced fields, and flowering trees en route to your campsite. You’ll catch a beautiful sunset over the hills, and at night, you’ll camp in comfortable tents with the sounds of nature outside. Many people find this very interesting to refresh them 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 one will find before reaching the peak are the main attraction that keeps trekkers come back to attend its reverberating beauty. It is an amazing option to enjoy the views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri Peaks, Kedarnath Peak, Changabang Peaks, and the Doon Valley.

Overview

For those looking for a quick Himalayan escape, this itinerary on the Nagtibba route is a fantastic option. It takes you to the top of a ridge peak in the Nag Tibba range of the lower Himalayas, in just a day trek. You’ll pass charming villages, terraced fields, and flowering trees en route to your campsite. You’ll catch a beautiful sunset over the hills, and at night, you’ll camp in comfortable tents with the sounds of nature outside. Many people find this very interesting to refresh them 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 one will find before reaching the peak are the main attraction that keeps trekkers come back to attend its reverberating beauty. It is an amazing option to enjoy the views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri Peaks, Kedarnath Peak, Changabang Peaks, and the Doon Valley.

Trek Fee

₹ 5,200/-

+ 5% GST ( Ends on 30 Nov )

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    • Day 1 - Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp
    • Day 2 - Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back
    • Day 3 - Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 kms drive
    Day 1

    Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp

    • We will pick you up from Haridwar railway station around 7 in the morning, starting on a 4-hour uphill drive to village Panthwari at 4,640 ft. The road passes through a Mussoorie-the queen of hills, to Kempty Falls, and with the Yamuna River trailing our side on to Nainbagh from where we turn on the Nag TIbba road, reaching Panthwari at around noon. We will be stopping for a light breakfast on the way. Also, Mussoorie is the last stop where an ATM is available. Beginning on a well defined cemented path, we will find our way to a rocky trail. 30 minutes into the trek, you will come across a cluster of thatched-roofed huts- a small village on cliffs, lined with terrace farmlands. During the harvest seasons, you will find these stretches in a wave of different shades in green and yellow. After a while, the rocky mountain trail enters a thicket of oak and rhododendron and the ascent curve almost levels out. The campsite is a small clearing with the forests for a background and the rolling abyss out front. To find clouds like smoke rising from beneath in the gulf just in front of the campsite ledge is a mesmeric experience.
    •  
    Meal - Dinner
    Day 2

    Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back

    • No hurry for today as we have plenty of time to reach Nag Tibba top. After healthy breakfast, we’ll start the trek towards the Nag Tibba top. A trail on the right of the campsite continues through a thick forest cover. With snow enveloping the path in the winters, it becomes a little challenging to locate the trail which is otherwise well defined. Within 20-30 minutes from the camp on the forest trail, you will reach two open patches of land, clearings by the forest fringes. From this point on, the trek is almost a level walk on very gentle undulations. The trek continues from here into the forest on a steep incline, likely to be submerged in the snow in the winter. This part of the trek really raises the bar for a challenge and makes for a swashbuckling summit experience. Close to the top, the trail will turn through a ridge and finally take you to the flag marking summit. You can spend some time on the top and then make the way down by the same trail. Lunch will be at the camp. It’s a beautiful location to release the stress of the day and breathe in the pleasant air of the place. With the tents settled and dinner served it’s a wrap for the day.
    •  
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 3

    Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 kms drive

    • Today after breakfast we will trek downhill, it is an easy descend & will take 3hrs. We will hit the road by 11Am and from here your transport will be arranged to Haridwar.
    Meal - Breakfast

    All Veg meals as indicated above in the itinerary

    Tented accommodation on triple sharing basis

    Guest House in Joshimath on sharing basis

    Morning and Evening tea with light snacks during the trek

    All necessary fees and permits

    Trekking equipment (tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, Micro Spikes, Gaiters etc.)

    Medical First Aid Kit

    Services of an expert trek leader

    Services of an expert trek team (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)

    Transport from Rishikesh to Joshimath and return by tempo traveller

    All Permits of the trek.

    Food during the transit

    Any expenses of personal nature

    Porter/mule charges to carry your personal bag

    Any expenses for optional activities

    Travel insurance

    Anything apart from the inclusions

    👉🏿 Trekking Shoes

    👉🏿 Backpack(40-60 litres)

    👉🏿 Daypack(10 litres)

    👉🏿 Plastic Bags

    👉🏿 Personal medication Kit

    👉🏿 Two warm layers

    👉🏿 Two trek pants

    👉🏿 Two collared t-shirts

    👉🏿 Thermals

    👉🏿 Jackets

    👉🏿 Dark Sunglasses

    👉🏿 Cap

    👉🏿 Power Bank

    👉🏿 Toiletries

    👉🏿 Water bottles

    👉🏿 Rain covers

    👉🏿 Umbrella

    • Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness. Your body needs to train itself to process more work with lower levels of oxygen. Therefore, on treks, cardiovascular training is critically important. You need to be able to jog a distance of 4 km in 40 mins before the start of the trek. Unable to do so can make your trek difficult. In addition, preparation of trek needs to include strength and flexibility training. Registering for the trek is an understanding that you will undertake the mandated fitness training.

    • Backpack carrying: Tripsaa expects all trekkers to carry their own backpacks. All common gear will be carried by the support team. If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge before they start the trek. No suitcases/trolleys will be allowed.

    • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Tripsaa will help the trekker to reach the nearest road head. A support staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.

    • Non-liability: Tripsaa is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/ equipment or other belongings on the trek.

    • Payment: You may make this payment by Cash, Cheque, Online, DD or NEFT. Once you done the payment kindly provide us the payment detail through an email. (Go through payment procedure also.)

    • Payment procedure: To confirm your registration you need to pay at least 30% of trek fee as an advance and the balance payment has to be cleared before your pickup.


    • Cancellation: If the trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike etc), Tripsaa will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year. The cancellation charges are as under:

      • Cancellations prior before 30 days from the start of the trek – Full Refund.
      • Cancellations prior to 29-15 days from the start of the trek – 80% Refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).

      • Cancellation prior to 7-14 days from the start of the trek -- 50% refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).

      • Cancellation prior to 7 days from the start of the trek -- no refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).

    • Drinking and smoking during the trek are strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be canceled with immediate effect.

    • Route changes, postponement, delay or finishing the trek a day earlier: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later. This may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage. Trek fee is not charged broken down in terms of days but is a composite fee for the whole trek.

    • Carry a valid govt. issued I'd. (Original and photocopy both)

    Quick Look

    • Day 1 - Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp
    • Day 2 - Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back
    • Day 3 - Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 kms drive

    Quick Look

    Day 1

    Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp

    • We will pick you up from Haridwar railway station around 7 in the morning, starting on a 4-hour uphill drive to village Panthwari at 4,640 ft. The road passes through a Mussoorie-the queen of hills, to Kempty Falls, and with the Yamuna River trailing our side on to Nainbagh from where we turn on the Nag TIbba road, reaching Panthwari at around noon. We will be stopping for a light breakfast on the way. Also, Mussoorie is the last stop where an ATM is available. Beginning on a well defined cemented path, we will find our way to a rocky trail. 30 minutes into the trek, you will come across a cluster of thatched-roofed huts- a small village on cliffs, lined with terrace farmlands. During the harvest seasons, you will find these stretches in a wave of different shades in green and yellow. After a while, the rocky mountain trail enters a thicket of oak and rhododendron and the ascent curve almost levels out. The campsite is a small clearing with the forests for a background and the rolling abyss out front. To find clouds like smoke rising from beneath in the gulf just in front of the campsite ledge is a mesmeric experience.
    •  
    Meal - Dinner
    Day 2

    Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back

    • No hurry for today as we have plenty of time to reach Nag Tibba top. After healthy breakfast, we’ll start the trek towards the Nag Tibba top. A trail on the right of the campsite continues through a thick forest cover. With snow enveloping the path in the winters, it becomes a little challenging to locate the trail which is otherwise well defined. Within 20-30 minutes from the camp on the forest trail, you will reach two open patches of land, clearings by the forest fringes. From this point on, the trek is almost a level walk on very gentle undulations. The trek continues from here into the forest on a steep incline, likely to be submerged in the snow in the winter. This part of the trek really raises the bar for a challenge and makes for a swashbuckling summit experience. Close to the top, the trail will turn through a ridge and finally take you to the flag marking summit. You can spend some time on the top and then make the way down by the same trail. Lunch will be at the camp. It’s a beautiful location to release the stress of the day and breathe in the pleasant air of the place. With the tents settled and dinner served it’s a wrap for the day.
    •  
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 3

    Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 kms drive

    • Today after breakfast we will trek downhill, it is an easy descend & will take 3hrs. We will hit the road by 11Am and from here your transport will be arranged to Haridwar.
    Meal - Breakfast

    All Veg meals as indicated above in the itinerary

    Tented accommodation on triple sharing basis

    Guest House in Joshimath on sharing basis

    Morning and Evening tea with light snacks during the trek

    All necessary fees and permits

    Trekking equipment (tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, Micro Spikes, Gaiters etc.)

    Medical First Aid Kit

    Services of an expert trek leader

    Services of an expert trek team (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)

    Transport from Rishikesh to Joshimath and return by tempo traveller

    All Permits of the trek.

    Food during the transit

    Any expenses of personal nature

    Porter/mule charges to carry your personal bag

    Any expenses for optional activities

    Travel insurance

    Anything apart from the inclusions

    • Trekking Shoes
    • Backpack(40-60 litres)
    • Daypack(10 litres)
    • Plastic Bags
    • Personal medication Kit
    • Two warm layers
    • Two trek pants
    • Two collared t-shirts
    • Thermals
    • Jackets
    • Dark Sunglasses
    • Cap
    • Power Bank
    • Toiletries
    • Water bottles
    • Rain covers /
    • Umbrella
    • Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness. Your body needs to train itself to process more work with lower levels of oxygen. Therefore, on treks, cardiovascular training is critically important. You need to be able to jog a distance of 4 km in 40 mins before the start of the trek. Unable to do so can make your trek difficult. In addition, preparation of trek needs to include strength and flexibility training. Registering for the trek is an understanding that you will undertake the mandated fitness training.
    • Backpack carrying: Tripsaa expects all trekkers to carry their own backpacks. All common gear will be carried by the support team. If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge before they start the trek. No suitcases/trolleys will be allowed.
    • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Tripsaa will help the trekker to reach the nearest road head. A support staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.
    • Non-liability: Tripsaa is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/ equipment or other belongings on the trek.
    • Payment: You may make this payment by Cash, Cheque, Online, DD or NEFT. Once you done the payment kindly provide us the payment detail through an email. (Go through payment procedure also.)
    • Payment procedure: To confirm your registration you need to pay at least 30% of trek fee as an advance and the balance payment has to be cleared before your pickup.
    • Cancellation: If the trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike etc), Tripsaa will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year.

      The cancellation charges are as under:

      • Cancellations prior before 30 days from the start of the trek – Full Refund.
      • Cancellations prior to 29-15 days from the start of the trek – 80% Refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7-14 days from the start of the trek -- 50% refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7 days from the start of the trek -- no refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
    • Drinking and smoking during the trek are strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be canceled with immediate effect.
    • Route changes, postponement, delay or finishing the trek a day earlier: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later. This may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage. Trek fee is not charged broken down in terms of days but is a composite fee for the whole trek.
    • Carry a valid govt. issued I'd. (Original and photocopy both)
    • Day 1 - Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp
    • Day 2 - Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back
    • Day 3 - Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 kms drive

    Quick Look

     

    Day 1

    Haridwar to Pantwari village and trek to Base Camp

    • We will pick you up from Haridwar railway station around 7 in the morning, starting on a 4-hour uphill drive to village Panthwari at 4,640 ft. The road passes through a Mussoorie-the queen of hills, to Kempty Falls, and with the Yamuna River trailing our side on to Nainbagh from where we turn on the Nag TIbba road, reaching Panthwari at around noon. We will be stopping for a light breakfast on the way. Also, Mussoorie is the last stop where an ATM is available. Beginning on a well defined cemented path, we will find our way to a rocky trail. 30 minutes into the trek, you will come across a cluster of thatched-roofed huts- a small village on cliffs, lined with terrace farmlands. During the harvest seasons, you will find these stretches in a wave of different shades in green and yellow. After a while, the rocky mountain trail enters a thicket of oak and rhododendron and the ascent curve almost levels out. The campsite is a small clearing with the forests for a background and the rolling abyss out front. To find clouds like smoke rising from beneath in the gulf just in front of the campsite ledge is a mesmeric experience.
    •  
    Meal - Dinner

     

    Day 2

    Base Camp to Nag Tibba top and back

    • No hurry for today as we have plenty of time to reach Nag Tibba top. After healthy breakfast, we’ll start the trek towards the Nag Tibba top. A trail on the right of the campsite continues through a thick forest cover. With snow enveloping the path in the winters, it becomes a little challenging to locate the trail which is otherwise well defined. Within 20-30 minutes from the camp on the forest trail, you will reach two open patches of land, clearings by the forest fringes. From this point on, the trek is almost a level walk on very gentle undulations. The trek continues from here into the forest on a steep incline, likely to be submerged in the snow in the winter. This part of the trek really raises the bar for a challenge and makes for a swashbuckling summit experience. Close to the top, the trail will turn through a ridge and finally take you to the flag marking summit. You can spend some time on the top and then make the way down by the same trail. Lunch will be at the camp. It’s a beautiful location to release the stress of the day and breathe in the pleasant air of the place. With the tents settled and dinner served it’s a wrap for the day.
    •  
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

     

    Day 3

    Base Camp to Pantwari (3hr Trek) – Haridwar 145 kms drive

    • Today after breakfast we will trek downhill, it is an easy descend & will take 3hrs. We will hit the road by 11Am and from here your transport will be arranged to Haridwar.
    Meal - Breakfast

    All Veg meals as indicated above in the itinerary

    Tented accommodation on triple sharing basis

    Guest House in Joshimath on sharing basis

    Morning and Evening tea with light snacks during the trek

    All necessary fees and permits

    Trekking equipment (tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, Micro Spikes, Gaiters etc.)

    Medical First Aid Kit

    Services of an expert trek leader

    Services of an expert trek team (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)

    Transport from Rishikesh to Joshimath and return by tempo traveller

    All Permits of the trek.

    Food during the transit

    Any expenses of personal nature

    Porter/mule charges to carry your personal bag

    Any expenses for optional activities

    Travel insurance

    Anything apart from the inclusions

    • Trekking Shoes
    • Backpack(40-60 litres)
    • Daypack(10 litres)
    • Plastic Bags
    • Personal medication Kit
    • Two warm layers
    • Two trek pants
    • Two collared t-shirts
    • Thermals
    • Jackets
    • Dark Sunglasses
    • Cap
    • Power Bank
    • Toiletries
    • Water bottles
    • Rain covers /
    • Umbrella
    • Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness. Your body needs to train itself to process more work with lower levels of oxygen. Therefore, on treks, cardiovascular training is critically important. You need to be able to jog a distance of 4 km in 40 mins before the start of the trek. Unable to do so can make your trek difficult. In addition, preparation of trek needs to include strength and flexibility training. Registering for the trek is an understanding that you will undertake the mandated fitness training.
    • Backpack carrying: Tripsaa expects all trekkers to carry their own backpacks. All common gear will be carried by the support team. If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge before they start the trek. No suitcases/trolleys will be allowed.
    • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Tripsaa will help the trekker to reach the nearest road head. A support staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.
    • Non-liability: Tripsaa is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/ equipment or other belongings on the trek.
    • Payment: You may make this payment by Cash, Cheque, Online, DD or NEFT. Once you done the payment kindly provide us the payment detail through an email. (Go through payment procedure also.)
    • Payment procedure: To confirm your registration you need to pay at least 30% of trek fee as an advance and the balance payment has to be cleared before your pickup.
    • Cancellation: If the trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike etc), Tripsaa will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year.

      The cancellation charges are as under:

      • Cancellations prior before 30 days from the start of the trek – Full Refund.
      • Cancellations prior to 29-15 days from the start of the trek – 80% Refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7-14 days from the start of the trek -- 50% refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7 days from the start of the trek -- no refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
    • Drinking and smoking during the trek are strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be canceled with immediate effect.
    • Route changes, postponement, delay or finishing the trek a day earlier: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later. This may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage. Trek fee is not charged broken down in terms of days but is a composite fee for the whole trek.
    • Carry a valid govt. issued I'd. (Original and photocopy both)

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