Nag Tibba means Serpents Peak, is the highest peak in lower Himalayas of Garhwal region near Mussoorie. It also gives a name to the Nag Tibba Range, which is one of the three ranges of Lesser Himalayas, the other ranges are Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal.
How long is Nag Tibba trek?
The Nag Tibba trek covers a distance of 16 km over 2 days. Which means you’ll be covering an average of 8 km over 6 hours on both days. The short distance, coupled with a maximum altitude of 9,914 ft above MSL, makes the Nag Tibba trek ideal for beginners. The views and the picturesque route make sure time flies by on the trail!
How difficult is Nag Tibba trek?
The difficulty of Nag Tibba trek is easy-moderate. It’s the perfect weekend trek for beginners, families and children. The max altitude of the trek is 9,914 ft and the terrain is gradual, except for a few steep sections. Having said that, it is still a trek in the Himalayas with difficulties in terrain, temperatures and weather. Layering properly, using correct gears and being physically fit will ensure you are able to complete the trek in a good condition.