At an altitude of 3,022 metres, Nag Tibba, literally meaning the Serpent's Peak, is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayan region. For those who want to walk in the forests, climb up to 10,000 ft, see snow-clad mountains and camp under starry night skies, this trek is just what you were looking for. It offers stunning views of Bandarpoonch, the Gangotri group of peaks, Kedarnath in the north, Doon valley and the snow peaks of Chanabang. The trek takes you through dense forests rich in flora and fauna. A beautiful mix of Oak and Deodar forests bustling with birds and wildlife, and an opportunity to see the unique way of life of the people in a Garhwali village is, to say the least, inviting.