The name Kanchenjunga derives from four words of Tibetan origin, which commonly spelled Kang-Chen-dojo -naga. In Sikkim, it interpreted as Five Funds of Great Snow.Kanchenjunga is called Kumbhakaran Langur in Nepali. Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain (8,586 m) of the world, located in the 74 km northwest of Darjeeling. The Indian state, which touches the border of Nepal, is a part of the Himalayan range. Kanchenjunga mountain shaped like a giant cross. Whose arms located in the north, south, east, and west. Separate standing peaks joined by four adjacent main ridges. Through which four glaciers flow - Jemu (northeast), Talung (south-east), Yalung (south-west), and Kanchenjunga (northwest). This mountain has an important place in the mythology and religious rituals of residents. Its slope was known to shepherds and traders centuries before as per the primary survey.The first map of Kanchenjunga was prepared in the mid-19th century by a scholarly explorer, Rinzin Namgyal. Sir Joseph Hooker, a botanist in 1848 and 1849, was the first European to visit and describe the region. The mountain circled by explorer-climber Douglas Frenshfield in 1899. In 1905 an Anglo-Swiss contingent attempted to go through the proposed Yalung Valley route, and four members died of avalanches in the expedition.Search for other parts:Later climbers discovered other parts of this mountain group. In 1929 and 1931, a Bavarian expedition led by Paul Boer unsuccessfully attempted to climb it on behalf of Gemu. The highest altitude achieved during these explorations up to that time in 1931 was 7,700 meters. After two fatal accidents in these expeditions, this mountain named an unusually dangerous and difficult mountain. After this there was no attempt to climb it until 1954, then it was focused on Nepal's Yalung in 1951, 1953, and 1954, as a result of the Yalung visits, Gilmore Lewis in 1955 under the aegis of the Royal Geographical Society and Alpine Club (London), Charles Evan, Led the British expedition, they attempted to climb it, and they stopped at a distance of a few steps from the main peak, respecting the religious beliefs and wishes of the people of Sikkim. The people of Sikkim consider it a holy mountain. The peaks here, have not lost their pristine beauty as trekking is rarely allowed on this mountain range. It is also known to adopt different colors at different times of the day. The weather in Kanchenjunga is generally pleasant throughout the year.