Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary, covering 31-sq.km land, lies at heights of 3200 meters to 4200 meters. It is arranged in Gangtok. The perspectives on Khangchendzonga top are great. Toward the south lies Mount Norsing and Mount Pandim making the image total. While the heights of the asylum might be physically testing, the amazing sights of the snow-clad mountains lift your spirits to an alternate plane. Trekkers visit this piece of the world for the test it offers and nature darlings love this asylum for its boundless magnificence. The sanctuary has a rich variety of alpine flowers namely rhododendron, poppies, primulas and magnolias.
It is wealthy in endemic greenery of Himalayan extents. Plants with restorative properties flourish here. The lower elevations are thick with bamboos, which is home to red Panda and other wild creatures. A portion of the creatures found in the haven incorporate snow panther, mountain goat, musk deer, Himalayan wild bear and some more. The cascades and the streams pull in a lot of winged creatures including blood birds, songbirds, tree-creepers, and minlas, etc. Some different winged animals found here incorporate snow partridges, snickering thrushes, rose finches and redstarts. Dark falcon and kestrel are a portion of the winged creatures that fly around for prey.