Bored of the fast-paced city life? The mountains are calling and you must go! Head to Nag Tibba for that ideal weekend escapade, the most refreshingly alive experience which is just a 3-day trip from Delhi.
Indian mythology is rooted deep in traditions and beliefs. Snakes or Nagas, as they are called in the local tongue, are highly revered in Hindu mythology. With festivals, temples, scriptures, Gods and Goddesses dedicated to snakes and snake deities, there is no surprise that we have sacred mountains and hilltops that are central to popular religious beliefs. As luck would have it, adventure junkies looking for some spiritual insight can undertake a trek that journeys to the snake mountain, popular by the name Nag Tibba.
Nag Tibba or Serpent's Peak, standing at an elevation of 9,915 feet is your calling if you are seeking a quick rendezvous in the Himalayas! It is the highest peak in the lower Himalayan ranges of the Uttarakhand region.
Beautiful camping locations with glimpses of colossal mountain ranges such as Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Srikanth, Black Peak, meandering trails through thick Devdar jungles and some remote stretches interspersed with wild flora and exotic wildlife, Nag Tibba is flavored with all the elements of a great Himalayan trek. Being a circular trek and fresh trails while descending from the summit. There is no overlap of terrain and this contrasting landscape is the complimentary perk of this trek.
This trek prepares you well before jumping into the bandwagon of challenging treks and adventurous expeditions. In a nutshell, Nag Tibba is a refreshing trailer for amateur trekkers who are yet to experience the potpourri of a full-fledged trek.