Whenever I hear the word “winter”, the first word that strikes my mind is “Snow”. I love snow and places which receive plenty of snow. India is home to several scenic destinations where one can experience an ample amount of snow. I had experienced snow for only once when I was on a trip to Nainital and Mukhteshwar. After that trip, I never got any opportunity to witness snow or snowfall. As I am an adventure freak person, I always look for adventure in each situation or in my each travel plan. So I decided to go on a snow trek.
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|Getting ready for the road trip.|
|Our whole gang for Nag Tibba trek.|
Pantwari is a small village situated 56 km from Mussoorie in the Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. We drove through Ghaziabad, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Roorkee, Dehradun and Mussoorie. We had our dinner of Paneer Parantha on a roadside Dhaba. While we were traveling, it started raining like cats and dogs. The driver wasn’t able to see the road properly so he pushed the brakes and we took a halt for 10 minutes. After slowing down of rain, we continued our journey to Pantwari. We reached Mussoorie at 0500 hrs and stopped at Library chowk. There we did a small photo session and enquired about the route to Pantwari. As usual, Doon valley was looking scenic from Mussoorie. We could see the lights of Dehradun from there. After all this, we got into our tempo traveler and resumed our journey. From Mussoorie, we took the Yamunotri road. We crossed the Yamuna Bridge and took the road to Pantwari from Nainbagh. Amidst the way, we witnessed a house and it was exactly looking like a haunted house. One can imagine a scene on mountains with a dark night and an only house with creepy yellow lights in that vicinity. We wanted to explore that house but after seeing the name of that place we changed our mind. The name of that house was “Mukti Dwar – way to god”.😛 We continued our drive until we reach Pantwari.
Delhi to Pantwari route:
Delhi → Ghaziabad → Meerut → Muzaffarnagar → Roorkee → Dehradun → Mussoorie → Kempty → Yamuna Bridge → Nainbagh → Pantwari
|Gandhi statue at Mussoorie Library Chowk|
Great! That was nice. With my perception, You should try to put some pictures of what amazing you saw. Like the excess of rain and also the mukti dwar. That would add to beautify your experience perhaps.
Very nice post..
Sorry, but did not click pictures of that haunted house and while raining. Anyways thank you. 🙂
How much did you expend on this trip (from departure to arrival)?
5500 per person from Delhi to Delhi
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