• Trek to Nag Tibba Peak

    As the snow falls gently from the skies above and the landscape is covered in white, a different beauty comes alive in the mountains. This is what awaits you on this trek to Nag Tibba. While the rest of the higher Himalayan ranges are closed for the winter, the Nag Tibba trek stays open, offering a special thrill to the handful of trekkers that come out seeking winter beauty and a chance to camp in the snow.


    Nag Tibba, which translates to Serpent’s Peak, lies at an altitude of 9915 feet in the state of Uttarakhand, at the foot of the Garhwal Himalayas. It is special because it moves from a bustling village to a remote peak in a day’s trek. The pine trees around you are laden with snow, and you'll feel like you're in a Christmas card landscape. You'll also get great views of iconic peaks from the top of Nag Tibba.

    Destination highlights

    Trek through dense forests and make your way through snow. | Enjoy stunning views of Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Black Peak, Srikanth and many other peaks from the tops of the summit. | Set up camp in the outdoors and enjoy a one-of-a-kind sunrise as it bathes the surrounding peaks in its golden glow. | Trek up to 9000 feet as you venture deep into the mountains with no habitation.

    Activity Details




    18.5 kms

    15 hrs

    5-6 kms

    Trip details
  • Day 1: First trekking day

    Participants are required to reach Dehradun bus station by 7:00 am. From here, you will be picked up in a jeep and driven to Pantwari village, which will take 3 hrs, stopping for breakfast en route. From Pantwari, you start your trek to Nag Tibba. The trek is mostly uphill and will give you a chance to stretch those legs after the drive. You’ll eat a packed lunch on the trail and reach your camp spot by late afternoon. The rest of the day is free for you to explore your immediate surroundings or just sit back and relax. Dinner and overnight at camp site.

    At night, you'll camp in tents, equipped with cosy sleeping bags and sleeping mats to ward off the cold. You'll eat a packed lunch, but dinner is a hot, freshly cooked meal at your campsite.


    Nag Mandir

    07:00 AM

    Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner


    Day 2: Nag Tibba summit day

    Day 3: Return to Dehradun

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  • Cancellation policy

    The cancellation charges are as follows:

    Cancellations made 30 days or more before departure date of the Nagtibba snow trek: 95% of the trip cost will be refunded.

    Cancellations made 15-30 days before the departure date of the Nagtibba snow trek: 50% of the trip cost will be refunded.

    Cancellations made 0-15 days before the departure of the Nagtibba snow trek: No refund.

    No show: No refund.

    Rules on trip

    The company follows a zero footprint policy, which includes no overcrowding, proper management and disposal of waste, no harm to the surroundings etc. Participants are expected to follow the same.

    Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions

    For all onward journeys from Dehradun to home, it is advisable to book tickets after 23:00 hrs on the last day. This allows for delays in getting to Dehradun and ensures you won’t miss your onward bookings.
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  • Includes / Excludes


    • Transport from Dehradun-Dehradun

    • Accommodation in tents
    • Camping equipment like sleeping bags, mats
    • Trekking and safety equipment
    • Permits and entry charges
    • All meals during the duration of the trek
    • Trek guides, cooks, support staff
    • Porters/ mules for carrying common luggage
    • All applicable taxes


    • Personal utensils

    • Porters for personal luggage (can be arranged for INR 964, for per person, for a 12 kg bag)
    • Meals during the drive from and to Dehradun
    • Insurance
    • Charges for still/video cameras
    • Personal expenses including telephone calls, laundry, tips, portage charges, etc.
    • Additional costs incurred due to weather or other unforeseen situations
    • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions

    What to Wear

    What to Wear

    • 2 pairs quick-dry warm pants or track pants
    • 2 full sleeved t-shirts/ sweatshirts
    • 2 pairs of thick woollen socks
    • Upper and lower thermal body warmer
    • Warm jacket closed at wrist and neck
    • Full sleeved sweater
    • Rain wear jacket and pants
    • Pair of warm gloves
    • Woollen cap
    • Hat/cap
    • Non-skid deep treaded hiking shoes or boots
    • Pair of light weight slipper/sandals for campsite
    • Not to wear - Expensive jewellery, wrist watches and electronic items
    • Suitcases, trolleys or any other hard luggage

    What not to Wear

    • Loose clothing that will tangle around you while swimming
    • Restrictive clothing
    • Flip-flops

    Equipment / Gear

    We Provide

    • Camping gear like tents, sleeping bags, mats
    • Safety equipment
    • Trekking equipment

    You need to get

    • Waterproof rucksack
    • Raincoat
    • Sturdy water bottle (1 litre)
    • Trekking pole/walking stick
    • Torch/flashlight
    • Personal toiletries
    • Camera (optional)
    • Sunglasses
    • Sun block
    • Lip balm
    • Lightweight floaters/sandals
    • Small sized, lightweight and leak-proof lunch box
    • Plate and spoon
    • Plastic mug for tea/coffee
    • Personal medicines
    • Trail mix/ Energy bars

    Medical Kit

    • Please carry specific personal or prescribed medication, personal first-aid kit.
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