As far as we might be concerned, it was one more end of the week's arrangement when we needed to get away to the mountains, liberated from the rushing about of city life, to loosen up, unwind and observe some pleasant excellence. We were searching for short climbs and treks that could be canvassed in 2 days (such that we leave Delhi on a Friday night and be back by Monday morning) - and Nag Tibba seemed like the ideal choice.
Without thinking a lot, we booked our train tickets for Dehradun, from where we joined the Jannattripsand left on a wonderful excursion to Pantwari (situated a good ways off of 85 KM) - the postcard-ideal town from where the trek begins, taking us through the forested regions and in transit, we got to observe the Swarga Rohini, Bandarpoonch, Srikanth, Kala Nag or the Black Peak and some more.
More About Nag Tibba Trek
To lay it out plainly, it's a short and impressively simple trek with every one of the elements of a significant mountain trek and a wilderness climb, with rich and dynamic Himalayan vibe, wandering knolls, delightful campgrounds, snowclad tops, curious towns, and that's just the beginning. Albeit a simple trek, the path takes you to an outstanding level of 9,915ft above ocean level which includes strolling for around 8 to 10 KM. With its name meaning the 'Snake's Peak', Nag Tibba is most certainly more well known than all its encompassing pinnacles, giving an unhindered 360-degree perspective on the gigantic mountains that will undoubtedly deliver you astounded.
The pinnacle is in the Uttarakhand Himalayas locale of the Tehri Garhwal region, the trek starts from the Pantwari town, which fills in as a headquarters. (From Dehradun, it is a delightful 5 to 6 hours drive to the headquarters at the Pantwari town.)
Day 1: As the climb begins from here, we crossed the limited town trails running close by the step-cultivating plots and since it was the beginning of Spring (indeed, we did the trek in March), cherry trees were sprouting with exquisite pink blossoms!
Crossing the 'Bakhri Gaon' (Goat Village) - which is a growing eco-the travel industry resort, we at long last arrived at the Jannattrips campground, with a delicate move through undulating landscapes and intermittent slopes. It took us close to 3 hours to arrive at the camping area from Pantwari town, and it was late evening by then.
Subsequent to resting for quite a while, we absorbed the tints of the sunset, looking at the stunning shades that painted the sky! The temperature began decreasing out of nowhere, post-nightfall - and supper was served around 7 PM. Afterward, we were given a brief for the following day - and the arrangement was to begin the trek to the culmination by 4 AM.
Day 2: It was dim and freezing when the aides awakened us, giving us steaming cups of 'chai' to add some glow! (It didn't work a lot however!) Grabbing our day packs and a container that had our morning meal, we set out on our excursion through the obscurity. Headlamps and torchlights showed us the paths through a thick timberland cover.
Inside 20 to 30 minutes from the camp on the timberland trail, we arrived at two open patches of land, clearings by the woods borders. Starting here on, the trek was very nearly a level stroll on exceptionally delicate undulations. We paid a speedy visit to the Nag Tibba Temple, and our aides let us know astonishing old stories connected with that spot. From that point, the Garhwal Himalayan pinnacles met our eyes.
The trek went on from here into the timberland on a precarious grade, which increased present expectations of challenge, making it a brave highest point insight. Near the top, the path went through an edge and took us to the banner stamping Nag Tabba Jhandi, or the ravishing highest point.
Obviously, the perspectives from the highest point are excessively great to be put to words (so we'll allow the photos to talk, all things considered!). The material of the sky was illuminated with snow-covered scopes of Swarga Rohini, Bandarpoonch, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Kala Nag, and that's just the beginning. We stayed there for quite a while, taking a gander at the mountains that felt so near us - as though we could walk one more mile to contact them!
(It took us about 5 hours to arrive at the highest point from the campground, because of our speed and furthermore on the grounds that we were around 27 individuals. The time would generally shift relying upon the quantity of trekkers and their speed. Be that as it may, as the aides generally continue to say, the trek isn't a race - so you can take as much time as you need, partake in the way and feel settled while you're there in the midst of nature!)
Motivations behind Why Nag Tibba Is 'The Perfect Beginner's Trek
This moderately simple path close to Dehradun is ideal for experienced searchers and nature sweethearts, living in Delhi NCR, who need to have a caper over the course of the weekend. For novices, this trek is perfect for a starting trek to the universe of trekking. As you go up one side of the mountain and descend from another side, you likewise experience various scenes. This trek takes you through thick woodlands, clearings, and edge strolls - all inside only 2 days!
Essential Wellness - One doesn't have to go through thorough wellness systems for this trek. Individuals with a fit body and a functioning life as their day to day schedule can undoubtedly decide on the trek. You simply have to keep a receptive outlook and be ready to stroll for around 4 to 5 hours for 2 days - and the prizes of that will be precious!
Delicate Landscape - Right from Pantwari to Nag Tibba highest point, the territory is exceptionally delicate and there are no lofty segments of more than 5 - 10 mins. The shortfall of these lofty trips permits trekkers to partake in the excellence flung all over and it's all the more so on account of amateurs, who are nearly minimal less understanding than experienced trekkers and they need to see the prize of their diligent effort (read, climbing) rapidly and this occurs on Nag Tibba.
A Healthy Trek - This is one trek where you get the kind of everything that one will insight on longer treks - whether it's the wilderness trails, frigid ways, or an astounding perspective on the most noteworthy pinnacles of the Indian Himalayas (that as well, in a brief span). At the point when you arrive at the culmination you can appreciate the perspective on Nanda Devi, the most noteworthy top in India alongside Bandar Poonch and some more.