Goechala Tour

Goechala Trek

Goechala trek is among the most renowned and stunning trekking routes in Sikkim and it is such a gorgeous location to trek in. Here you can enjoy the very best in the Goechala Trek.

Located in Sikkim, in the Himalayan range, the best time for trekking is in the Spring (march-June) and Autumn seasons (September-November).

Goechala trek is moderate in temperature, as its temperature during the day is between 10 and 25 degrees Celsius. The mountain views appear to be very close as well as the gorgeous landscapes, the animals and plants which will surely touch your heart.

ALTITUDE 16207 feet.

Starting point – Yuksom city

Endpoint – Goechala-Yuksom city

Distance – 92 km (approx)

The first and foremost benefit of the Goechala hike is the mountain views. The mountains are huge under their shadow. The view is breathtaking and recollection-worthy.

While the most beneficial things are described in the next paragraph,

  • Sunrise on the Kanchenjunga:

The major portion of the Goechala trek is the sunrise. The views are breathtaking there.

  • Samiti Lake:

The clear view of the lake, with the reflection on Mt Pandim in the lake particularly in the early morning hours, can be a real threat to the eye.

  • Rhododendrons in spring:

The trail is surrounded by a rhododendron-filled forest on it and provides an amazing view of red and pink flowers that are everywhere. When you walk through the forest, it seems like heaven, it’s huge.

  • The Dzongri Summit:

Take in the 360-degree panorama of the mountains. their snow-capped peaks.

  • The Starry Sky:

In Thangsing, the stunning nighttime views are simply breathtaking. The Thangsing was also referred to as the heavens for the night, specifically for its view of the Milky Way galaxy in the sky.

Twelve summits are that are listed below.



  1. Kanchenjunga – 8586m
  2. Talung – 7349m
  3. Rathong – 6679m
  4. Kabru N – 7353m
  5. Koktang – 6147m
  6. Simvo – 6812m
  7. Kabru S – 7318m
  8. Kabru Dome – 6600m
  9. Kabru Forked – 6100m
  10. Pandim – 6691m
  11. Tenchenkhang – 6010m
  12. Jupono – 5650m


The most important aspect that is part of Goechala trekking is the sunrise over Kanchenjunga The views are breathtaking. The view is visible from going up the Goechala trek.


This mountain is 7,349m tall this is the highest point among 7 in Mangan and the sixth rank out of 57 summits in Sikkim.


Rathong is the name of the glacier in West Sikkim district, Rathong river flows from Rathong La to the north.


In the region of Nepal and India saw the Kabru mountain. It is 780m in height and has an altitude of 7,412m.


Pandim is seen throughout the trek trail, starting at Dzongri and progressing toward Goecha La.

Its elevation is 6,691 meters and is the most stunning summit in the Goechala trek.


This is a semi-technical climb in the western region of Sikkim.

The summit is located within the Kanchenjunga national park and offers the stunning and stunning perspectives of the Himalayas.


In Sikkim, the summit is beneath Kangchendzonga National Park. This is the main attraction of all the mountains around. Jopuno trekking lets you be a witness to the beautiful sights you see.

The route is laid out in order to let you see the most beautiful sights along the route.


  • Drive to Yuksom

and then relax in a guesthouse after the long, hour-long drive.

  • Yuksom up to Sachen (10 kilometers)

The first location you visit is a dense forest and the spots of mules and yaks there, and there are also the stunning Tshushay Khola Waterfalls.

  • Sachen from Tshoka (7 miles)

Enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings with stunning views of a waterfall. panorama.

  • Tshoka up to Dzongri (10 miles)

Beginning with climbing trails, you can reach the phedang that will lead to Dzongri.

  • Rest and hike up to Dzongri La Pass (4417 m)

As you continue up the hill, you’ll find the rocky and steep climb as well as the trail that leads to snowy mountains as well as the site of Buddhist rituals.

  • Dzongri up to Thansing (10 kilometers)

The stunning views provide an eerie mood, as does the constant ascents to Thansing.

  • Thansing up to Goecha La Pass and back (14 km)

Thansing is the sole source of water to drink. Once you are at the lake, the path becomes more narrow and the climb becomes difficult.

  • Thansing up to Tshoka (16 kilometers)

Because of the lower concentration of oxygen at the top, the trek is retraced back to its starting point, and it is now a downward trek and is faster, so it will take less time to get to Tshoka.

  • Tshoka to Yuksom (17 km)

The descent will offer you peace and relaxation. It also is less time-consuming to complete the journey.

  • Return drive to Siliguri

The 7 days of 92km walking. You will be able to feel the freshness of these wonderful days.

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