Nag Tibba (Nagtibba) meaning Serpent Peak, is the highest peak in the lower Himalayas of the Garhwal region. It also gives name to the Nag Tibba range, which is one of the three ranges of the Lesser Himalayas, the other ranges being the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal. Nag Tibba is an ideal place for camping during spring and summer and best suited for winters. One of the treks is when most of the treks get closed due to heavy snow. Nag Tibba is situated at an altitude of 3025 meters and attracts thousands of tourists every year. Nag Tibba, at 3,022 m (9,915 ft), is the highest peak in the Lesser Himalayan region of Uttarakhand state (Garhwal division). It is located 16 km (9.9 mi) from Landour Cantonment and about 57 km from Mussoorie in the Tehri Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. The 'Nag Tibba Range' is one of the three major ranges of the Himalayas, which include the Dhauladhar, and the Pir Panjal, which are further away from the Greater Himalayas.
Nag Tibba has majestic scenic beauty and offers a good trek for adventure lovers. From Nag Tibba one can have a clear view of the stunning Bandarpoon Peak, Gangotri Group of Peaks, Kedarnath Peak in the north, Doonvalli and the snow peaks of Chanbang.