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Nag Tibba Trek on the New Year Day with my wife.

On 31st December, Last day of the year we start our journey towards Pantwari (Base village for Nag Tibba). It's around 50-60 Km and roads are good. We stopped in between to eat something and suddenly a dog came near to my wife. She pampered him and give him something to eat.

Well, the beauty is spread across us and we are enjoying it to our fullest. It is green everywhere as it rains at night. Driving in the mountains is a bit challenging but if you can, you may enjoy it more than driving on the plains.

She loves animals.

Maggie is the only favorite in mountains.
 So, we started our trek from Patwari and headed towards Nag tibba base camp or Nag devta temple. The trek is not that easy as it sounds from others for beginners. It's a long trek of 5-6 Km and took 2-3 hours. It depends on your speed and capability.

Signboard to provide you direction.

Pantawari Village.

The big one is mine.

The first time she is experiencing all this.

I am Present.

Joy of Trekking

Just a Click

Colorful background but it's not base camp

This is how basecamp looks at 5'o clock. It took us some time to set up our camp and by that time the Sun said BYE and Moon said HI. It was below 0 degrees and I concluded to lit a bonfire to stay warm.

Nag Tibba Base Camp

Sunset and Moonrise

Bonefire is mandatory because the temperature is below 0

Here comes the moon
 It's the New Year Day and for us the day to reach the top and wish you all "A Very Happy New Year" So, after getting fresh and having breakfast we started to complete our last distance. We saw some snow while trekking towards Nag Tibba Peak.

In 2 Hrs we reached at the top of the mountain. We were excited and joyful.

Snow Patches in Between

Selfie at the Top

Completed her first trek

Himalayan view from the top
The trek is safe and a bit challenging for beginners, easy for regular trekkers. We completed our trek on 1st January and returned back on the same day to Noida. If you need a guide, you can get it one from Pantwari.

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