Nag Tibba provides the best views of the glittering snow-capped peaks of Garhwal and Kumaon. In that sense Nag Tibba makes for a perfect introductory trek for those wanting to see the magnificent Himalayan Peaks over a short time.
From Nag Tibba summit you can see the mountain ranges from Swaragrohini to Nandadevi.
- Nanda Devi :- Mt. Nanda devi (25,643 ft) is the most beautiful and eloquent peak in Indian Himalayas. it is the second highest peak in India.
- Trishul :- Trishul is a group of three Himalayan peaks in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The massif is a north-south ridge, with Trisul I at the north end and Trisul III at the south.
- Gangtotri :- The Gangotri Group of mountains is a subdivision of the Garhwal Himalaya in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand. Mt. Gangotri III occupies one of Uttarakhand’s most picturesque spots. One of the three peaks that make up the Gangotri group of peaks, they rise above the RuduGaira Glacier. Sandwiched in between Mt Rudugaira to its right and Auden’s Col pass to the left it is a magnificent sight to behold.
- Jaonli :- Another peak in Gangotri Group of Peaks. Joanali is indeed one of the best peaks to climb in Garhwal Himalayas. Standing tall at a height of 6632 m,
- Draupadi ka Danda:- Draupadi Ka Danda is a holy peak. There is a story behind it. It is said that Draupadi,wife of the Pandava’s left her soul on this peak while on the way to Swarga towards Swargarohini(22000 ft). To the east of this peak exist Gangotri-I, II, III & Kedarnath. On the north-west region Swargarohini can be seen from the top of Draupadi-ka-Danda.
- Bandarpunch :- Bandarpunch (6316 m) I & II are situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. Bandarpunch massif has 3 peaks in total. To the west above Yamunotri is Bandarpunch II which is also popular by the name of white peak. The name of this peak literally means Tail of the Hindu Deity ‘Hanuman’ whose appearance was like that of a monkey. If seen from a distance, the Bandarpunch peak I along with the Bandarpunch II make a shape of a monkey’s tail.
- Chaukhamba:- It is a mountain massif that has got four summits, along a northeast-southwest trending ridge situated in the Gangotri group of the Garhwal Himalayas. Chaukhamba peak is a four-pillar shaped enormous peak. Chaukhamba peak I, II, III and IV, all of them has got different elevations that lie between 7,138 m to 6,854 m.
- Mt. Kalanag :- Black peak, also popular by the name ‘Kalanag’ which literally means Black Cobra, is one of the major peak in Bandarpunch mountain range of the Garhwal Himalayas.
- Swaragrohini:- Swargarohini massif includes the group of four separate peaks namely Swargarohini I II III and IV, out of which Swargarohini I is considered to be the main peak. Swargarohini massif that is situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand.