Nag Tibba is the nearest trek which can be covered by any fit person in 3 nights & 2 days and is located at an altitude of approximately 3000 m. Further, upon reaching there, you will get to witness majestic view making this place a heaven for adventure and photography lovers (me included). Once you reach to the peak you will get a panorama of BANDARPOONCH PEAK, GANGOTRI PEAK, KEDARNATH PEAK, DOON VALLEY and THE PEAK OF CHANGABANG.
Day 1: Overnight journey via bus from Delhi to Dehradun;
Day 2: Dehradun to Pantwari Village, Tehri Garwal via Tempo Traveller/Bus. Hereon, begins the trek to Base Camp, Jaunpur and stay overnight;
Day 3: Trek to Nag Tibba Summit and same day trek down to Pantwari Village to catch a bus to Dehradun. Catch a bus from Dehradun for an overnight journey to Delhi.
Things to Carry
A sturdy trekking bag to carry all your stuff while trekking. Camera, if you are into photography or loves to store travel memories. Dry fruits, chocolates etc. to keep you charged. Water bottle to carry water while trekking. Trekking shoes. Believe it or not, good trekking shoes are must, they will help you to retain your grip while climbing to steep and slippery mountains. First aid kit that includes bandages, combiflame, paracetamol, moov/iodex, vominos (if you get motion sickness or vertigo), glucose, etc.Cost
It would cost you around INR 5000 to 5500 per person, depending on the mode of travel you opt for your journey from Delhi - Dehradun - Delhi.
I was looking for a place to traverse a long weekend (Good Friday week). After studying a few options, I came across a place called "Nag Tibba Summit", it was a trek starting from Pantwari village and would take at least 2 days to complete. After reading and having a look at some amazing pictures over the internet, I made my mind to visit this place during this long weekend.
The next thing to do was to book it from a good travel agent so that you can have peace of mind before getting into the woods. Travel agents basically provide you all basic amenities required to survive in the forest like food, tent, sleeping bags, etc., and also support in case of any emergency. Moreover, they are familiar with the locals and know about surroundings. Hence, it is advisable to book with a good travel agent or at least book a guide who will help you in cooking food, set up the tent and also, help you with the routes. I booked this trek from Himalaya Shelter. Moreover, Himalaya Shelter is quite renowned for their services and everything else was included in the package like pick and drop from Dehradun, food, tent, sleeping bag, and a guide. It was a steal deal for me as it cost me around INR 3500, from pick up and drop from Dehradun bus stand. Now, the next thing was to book a bus which will take me from Delhi to Dehradun. You can easily book a bus from various applications available like Paytm (not recommended), Google Pay, Mobikwik, Redbus, etc. I booked mine from Redbus.