Explore Tinchuley

Tinchuley is a beautiful village situated near the West Bengal-Sikkim line. With an elevation of 5550 ft, the name of the spot gets from the words 'tin' and 'chula', which interprets as 'three ovens' on the grounds that the triplet of slopes establishing the slope station looks like mud stoves. Incredibly, the topographical variety of the town isn't depleted by this: the streams Teesta and Ranjeet additionally converge very near it. All of this adds to Tinchuley's plentiful regular magnificence.