NAG TIBBAFamously called the 'Mountain of the Serpent', the Nag Tibba trek starts north east of Mussoorie, at the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges, at an altitude of about 3,048 meters. The local people here have been constantly offering prayers to the Snake God (Nag Devta) at this peak which is testament to its sanctity. They believe that the Snake God protects their cattle from snake bites.Much of a belief I would say.This place has been frequently visited by trekkers and adventure enthusiasts from all over the world for its panoramic beauty and high elevation.


From Nag Tibba, you can enjoy astounding views of various peaks, ranging from the Bandarpunchh peak, the Gangotri group of peaks, Kedarnath peak in the North, Doon Valley, and even the snow peaks of Chanabagh.With an altitude of 9915 feet, it is the highest peak in the Garhwal Himalayas Nag Tibba range.The easiest way to reach the Nag tibba is to reach the nearest airport to Mussoorie which is the Jolly Grant Airport that is situated 60 kilometers from Mussoorie.Or you can use railways and reach Dehradun Railway station which is the nearest to Mussoorie at a distance of 36 kilometers.Or once again you can remain contended by sticking to the roads as Mussoorie is well conected with motorable roads.The best time to undertake the Nag Tibba Trek is in the summer months, from April to June, and the winter months, from October to December.In summer you would get to see the Himalayas from a distance.

A cool chilled breeze will always accompany you.In winter,you will get to experience snowfall and freezing temperatures. Soltitude and serenity is best supported by such climatic conditions.You can even visit it during the monsoons with its lush greenery refreshing your mind constantly and the feeling of getting wet due to the rainfalls there.Even landslides may occur so it is not that advisable to go during that time but still the beauty of that place at all times of the year is just irresistible.