Altitude: 3048 m / 9998 feet Grade: Easy Duration: 6 Days Season: Round the year (except July and August) Nag Tibba also known as the Serpents Peak is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayan region. The fact remains that four good reasons for doing this trek are still valid: Nag Tibba is a few feet short of the magical 10,000ft mark. The mountains mixed oak and deodar forests are dense and isolated, and host to a rich variety of bird and wildlife and it possesses a unique cultural identity where the Garhwali lifestyle, traditionally based on reverence for the Yamuna. Its also famous as short and easy weekend trek near Mussourie as its connectivity from Delhi & Dehradun makes it easily accessible. Perched at an altitude of 3,022 mts. above sea level, Nag Tibba is a classic Mussoorie hike Nagtibba or the Mountain of the Serpent, placed in the lesser Himalayan region is a wonderful experience for adventure seekers. The locals believe that this range is an abode of the Nag Devta, who is worshiped by them as a deity. The trek is also known for offering memorable sunrise and sunset views. Savor the views of Kedarth peak, Bandarpoonch peak, Changbang peak and Gangotri peaks.One of the most brilliant features of trekking to Nagg Tibba is the presence of a circular trek where the finishing point is different from the starting point and at no time there is an overlap of trail. On the way towards the down frame of the trekking, one can find a completely contrasting landscape mixed with dense forest of oak, rhododendron, cider & pine. A visit to a couple of quaint villages will add beauty to the trek which is extremely scenically plying amidst thick Deodar forests. The awesome snow-capped peaks would surely be the opportunity to dunk ones feet into a cold and inviting stream at the end of the trek.