Mangan, the North is considered to be the most beautiful of the Districts, which offers an exquisite experience for lovers of nature and Alpine scenery. This trek is an accent from lush green cardamom fields, fairly dense mixed forest with canebrakes, regal and rhododendron forest to mountain pine, herbs and shrubs. The yak and cow herders who might be the only people you come across during the trek formed this trail. The trail moves in Northeasterly direction for three days then southerly for the rest. One will be moving parallel to the seven beautiful peaks i.e. Pandim (6691mts), Kabru, Jannu, Talung, Kanchendzonga (8598mts), Simvo and Sinolchu (6888mts). You will be Kanchendzonga, from the north- eastern face to the eastern face as you move on, which is said to be the most beautiful face of the mighty Kanchendzonga and cannot be seen from any other part of the world. The distance of the peak from Meyong-tar, Camp 3, is just sixteen kilometres away as the crow flies. No wonder the British were so fascinated by beauty that they built their secret summer camps in the lower regions of this trail i.e. Samar Tek ruins and Singhik Dak Bungalow (demolished due to landslides). No one else apart from the then British have been on this trail. The peaks are visible throughout from Camp 1 onwards till the end of the trek.