You'll have an early start from Dehradun so that you can get to the start point on time. Do ensure that you are waiting at Dehradun Railway Station or Bus Stand by 06:30 hrs. You'll be picked up and driven through the scenic settings of Mussoorie, towards Pantwari village. This drive takes about 3 hours. At Pantwari, you begin your trek upwards to the campsite.
The route rises gently, and is covered with terraced farms, conifer trees, and glimpses into the local life, and then beyond into wild territory. You'll reach the campsite in time to watch the sunset and enjoy a peaceful night out in the mountains.
Day : 2
Enjoy a hearty breakfast and begin the climb towards the peak of Nagtibba. En route lies the Nag Devta temple. The temple is not well-maintained, but the locals are devoted to the deity here. You'll climb from here to the Nagtibba ridge, where you'll have time for some rest and exploring.
You begin your descent back, stopping at the campsite for lunch before descending to Pantwari. The descent from the campsite to the village is short and easy, and you'll be clambering into your vehicles by evening. You'll be driven back to Dehradun. Trip ends here.
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