Benog Tibba Trek : A Trek Near Delhi For Beginners

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Benog Tibba Trek

Benog Tibba trek is a one day trek located on the western outskirts of Mussoorie. This trek involves a scenic forest walk followed by an easy and adventurous zig-zag climb to the Benog Hill peak (2,250m). A temple dedicated to Jwala Devi is located there. Benog peak gives 360-degree panoramic views – Doon valley to the south, Yamuna & Assan barrage to the west, the backside of Mussoorie to the east and the mighty Himalayas to the north.

How to get yourself to benog tibba trek

This trek can be done from Mussoorie, ending at Kempty fall via a color full “Bungalow Ki Kandi” village. Over-all this is an off-beat route that one can embark and makes for a very satisfying weekend trek. The trek is 20-25 km long which is ideal for a list of easy weekend treks for beginners near Delhi. This trek is always on the list of people traveling Mussoorie. 
    The trek is located at moderate altitude in the Himalayan range. So, if you are planning, probably you should try visiting the place in spring or autumn season. April to October will be best to conquer benog tibba trek. before you start off I will suggest checking your backpack. the basic list can be matched with these options :
  • 2 sets of warm clothes
  • hiking shoes with a pair of socks
  • identity cards
  • first aid kit
  • your medicines if you are prone to some problem related to temperature and altitude

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If You are excited to try benog tibba trek this weekend then let me know in comment section. I will appreciate and welcome any feedback and shares in this post. I will get back to you in next post. Till then keep your nerves tight and plan for you next hikes. Also, If you are a newbie in the hiking world, probably you should try this post on basic survival skills.

4 Replies to “Benog Tibba Trek : A Trek Near Delhi For Beginners”

  1. Hey man thanks for this…

    1. You are always welcome

  2. Thanks for giving such valuable information. I’m a travel lover and would definatly follow your tips.

    1. Hey Rashmi,
      Thanks for your valuable feedback. you will definitely love mussoorie more than you do when you do this trek. If you liked this post. you can also follow our other posts. thanks for reading.

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