1 Rabangla (2100 m) to Mainom Top (3200 m)
2 Damthang (1650 m) to Tendong (2600 m)
Route: Above Damthang, overlooking the South District headquarters of Namchi, there is a small flat stretch of land at an altitude of 2600 metres surrounded by lush green ancient forest, which is popularly known as the Tendong Hill. Follow the main road from the small town of
3 Hillay (2750 m) to Barsai ( 3000 m)
Route: The bridle path from Hilley to Barsai heads due north along the Singalila ridge with views of the mighty Kanchendzonga right up ahead. The distance is around four kilometres and being a gradual climb should take about an hour and a half. It is possible to leave Hillay in the early morning and be back by lunch time but it is more interesting to stay at Barsai for a night to see the views and also enjoy the rhododendron forests. During March and April this part of the trail is ablaze with rhododendron blossoms and is a delightful day walk with stunning views.
4 Pemayangtse to Sangacholling Monastery
Route: This is a walk from Pemayangste to Sangacholling following the ridge, which joins the two monasteries. From Pemayangtse monastery follow the main road to Pelling which will take about half an hour of easy walking. The road is flat and on a good day there are brilliant views of the peaks right across the valley. From Pelling village walk upto the Pelling playing field cum helipad and then follow the trail on the southern side of the field. There is now a stiff one-hour walk upto Sangcholling. On a clear day the