Nag Tibba Trek : A Trekker's Paradise

Nag Tibba is one of the famous short beginner-friendly treks among other principal ranges of lesser Himalayas like the Dhauladhar and the Pir Panjal, at an elevation of 3,022 meters (9,915 ft), it is located 57 kilometers from Mussorie in the foothills of the Himalayas of the Garhwal region in the Jaunpur Range, Tehri Garhwal District, Uttarakhand of India.

As per Hindu mythology, the mountains of this range are believed to be home to Nag Devta, or the God of snakes. For the Nag Tibba valley villagers, Nag Devta is the protector of their cattle, sheep, village, and welfare. Nag Tibba borrows its name from this serpent history of the tribe, and Tibba is the call for “peaks or hills” in the local language.