1 night 2 days
Max 14 people
As the myth of the Serpent peak goes, once when this region was draught ridden, a farmer had a dream. In his dream it was asked of him to build a temple of Nag Devta, the ‘Serpent God’ on the hill offer milk to appease the deity. Pleased with the farmer’s devotion, Nag Devta, turned the milk into streams of water on the hill. Apart from the mythological association, Nag Tibba also finds a mention in the famous German mountaineer, Heinrich Harrer’s renowned work, ‘Seven Years in Tibet’. If the myth & mountaineer’s account is not enough to get you going on this trek, then just hop on to discover the breath-taking landscape of Garhwal Himalayas. There is a little something for each one of you on this trek!