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Trekking in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand
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Trekking in Uttarkashi, Trekking in Uttarakhand
Trekking in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand
Bachan Singh Rana
Trekking in Uttarkashi, Trekking in Uttarakhand
30 Dec, 2017 + 3 dates
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About Activity

Nag Tibba lies on the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayas, North-East of Mussoorie. The peak is at an altitude of 3100 m. It offers spectacular views of Mussoorie, Vikashnagar, the Bandar Poonch range and spurs created by the Yamuna river valley.

There is a temple dedicated to Nag Devta, and the range owes its name to this temple. Snakes have always held an important status in the Hindu religion. According to Hindu mythology, snakes are considered as the representation of rebirth, death and mortality, due to its casting of the skin and being symbolically "reborn". In some places, snake gods are associated with fertility.

For the villagers in this part of the mountains, he is the protector of their cattle and sheep. Domesticated animals are their biggest assets and Nag Devta, their protector.


Day 01: Dehradoon To Pantwari (95 km Drive) And 6 km Trek to Campsite

We begin the day early from Dehradoon. Mussoorie is 22 km from Dehradoon and Kamptee falls another 17 km further. The road continues downhill from here towards the Yamuna river bed and reaches the town of Nainbagh. One road continues towards Yamunotri, while we take the narrower road which climbs uphill towards Pantwari village. This takes us behind the Mussoorie ridge and into shepherd territory.

Gujjars with their domesticated sheep and goats are seen on hill tops. Terraced farms and hill slopes dotted with Bauhinia trees with their purple blossoms are a sight to photograph. After an hour, we reach Pantwari village and begin our ascent to our camping site. Women are seen working on the wheat and green pea fields. Men are mainly employed in government jobs in the plains or work as porters and guides.

Our trekking trail rises beyond the farms and enters wild territory. Flowers and birds are plenty here. We reach our camping ground by evening to enjoy the sunset over the hill spurs. The camping ground is flush with mint leaves which can be mixed to form a delightful brew of mint tea or the Kandali shrub can be washed and cooked to form a tasty saag.

Day 02: Trek from campsite to Nag Tibba top (6 km) and back to Pantwari (9 km). Drive back to Dehradoon

We start the second-day post breakfast and climb to the Nag Devta temple. It is an ill-maintained temple premise with no Pujari, but the locals come here frequently to pay their obeisance. There is a vast open space near the temple which is often used as a grazing ground for sheep and goats. The Nag Tibba ridge rises further up and is another 2 hour's hike ahead.

There is a distinct change in vegetation from here. The forest becomes dense and is dominated by oaks and rhododendrons. The forest floor is also damp indicating the lack of sunlight reaching it. This is an ideal habitat for a variety of orchids (locally called Kachanar) to grow. Several varieties of birds like the Niltava and Flameback Woodpecker are seen in the barks of oak trees.

We follow the trail back to our campsite and after lunch head down to Pantwari village. The trek down is easy and fast and can be covered in a couple of hours. We then proceed onwards to Dehradoon by our transport.

Price Info


  • Transport (ex – Dehradoon only) starting from pickup on day 1 to drop on day 2
  • Guide and cook fees
  • Rent for camping equipment
  • Forest entry charges
  • Porter and mule support for carrying camping gear only
  • All veg meals starting from day 1 snacks to day 2 lunch


  • Any hotel stay in Dehradoon or Mussorie
  • Transport to reach Dehradoon and back from Dehradoon
  • Personal expenses like tips, medicines, phone calls
  • Offloading personal luggage on mules is chargeable at 200 Rs per day per bag.
  • Any transport not mentioned above
  • No meals while travelling from Dehradoon to Pantwari and back from Pantwari.

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  • If the user wishes to cancel any booking due to any reason whatsoever, the same shall be only valid if Himalaya Shelter is notified of the cancellation in writing on its official address or via e-mail, at least 15 days before the commencement of the trip or adventure activity. Any refund due to the user by Himalaya Shelter shall be subject to cancellation charges.
  • Written cancellations will only be acknowledged if they are received by Himalaya Shelter on their official address or email on working days. Cancellation request received on Sundays and public holidays shall be processed only on the next official working day.
  • Refunds are subjected to deductions for any expenses that may have been incurred for hotel booking or transport etc., by Himalaya Shelter.


  • The following refund shall be payable to the user in case of valid cancellation of a booking:
  • If the cancellation request is received before 30 days from the commencement of the trip, the whole amount paid for the trip will be refunded.
  • If the cancellation request is received between 15 to 30 days from the commencement of the trip, 50% of the trip cost shall be refunded.
  • In cases where the cancellation request is not received before 15 days from the commencement of the trip Himalaya Shelter shall not be liable to pay any refund.
  • Cancellation of booking made within 15 days of departure date will not be liable for any refund.
  • In cases where the request for cancellation is received after the commencement of the trip or if the user voluntarily drops out of the trip for any reason whatsoever, Himalaya Shelter shall not be liable to pay any refund.
  • No refund shall be payable by Himalaya Shelter for any of the service or facility provided by Himalaya Shelter in its packages, but not availed by the user.

GST at 5%

Things to Remember

  • Please carry your prescribed medicines, if any
  • Please ensure that you wear good quality sports or trekking shoes.
  • Kindly wear clothes that are comfortable and suitable for outdoor activities and the weather.
  • You are required to carry a good quality backpack or haversack.
  • Pick up and drop will be at 7:00 am from Dehradun railway station only, Himalaya Shelter will not entertain pick up from any other place in Dehradun. We will not give pick up as per the guest choice of time and place. Any special request for pick up will be on additional charges which need to pay directly to the team Himalaya shelter.
  • Himalaya shelter team will contact guest one day before trek starts, will share driver details with the guest. 

Things to Carry

  • Waterproof Rucksack
  • Comfortable Trekking Boots
  • One Raincoat
  • Windproof Jacket
  • 2-3 T-shirt/Shirt
  • 2 Trouser/Jeans
  • Woolen Cap
  • Woollen Gloves
  • Thermal Inner-wears
  • Warm Fleece
  • Torch
  • Woolen Socks & Regular Socks
  • Water Bottle
  • Towel
  • Camera & Phone if you like (with full/Extra Batteries)
  • Identity Cards
  • Slippers
  • Specific Medication Medicine
  • Personal Toiletries

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