North Bengal (Bengali: উত্তরবঙ্গ/উত্তর বাংলা) is a term used for the north-western part of Bangladesh and northern part of West Bengal. The Bangladesh part denotes the Rajshahi Division and Rangpur Division. Generally it is the area lying west of Jamuna River and north of Padma River, and includes the Barind Tract. The West Bengal part denotes Jalpaiguri Division (Alipurduar, Cooch Behar, Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri and Kalimpong) and Malda division (Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur and Malda) together. The Bihar parts include Kishanganj district. It also includes parts of Darjeeling Hills. Traditionally, the Ganga River divides West Bengal into South Bengal and North Bengal, divided again into Terai and Dooars regions. Jalpesh and jatileswar are one of the most popular sacred places.
Walking through the hilly trails, listening to the squealing birds, witnessing the amalgamation of the rivers and mountains and getting dunked in the village ambience and the wilderness of the forests has its own charm and the hiking paths fill up your travelling experiences with elan and comfort.
The enchanting forest paths trudging through the Jeep and Elephant, the silence of the serenity and the quietude, the much-awaited glimpses of the rare animals, the feel of the intriguing wildlife and getting imbibed in this tranquillity will make you get lost in the beauty of nature at its best.
A climbing peak may refer to a mountain or hill peak or a rock formation that has to be ascended by climbing. The term is common in Germany where it is specifically used of free-standing rock formations in the climbing regions of Saxon Switzerland, Zittau Mountains and other nearby ranges in the German Central Uplands that can only be summitted via climbing routes of at least grade I on the UIAA scale or by jumping from nearby rocks or massifs. As a general rule, they must have a topographic prominence of at least 10 metres to qualify. In Saxon Switzerland the Saxon Climbing Regulations do not require any minimum height, but define climbing peaks as
Another requirement is its recognition by the responsible sub-committee of the Saxon Climbers’ Federation (SBB) and the responsible conservation authorities. For hikers these authorized summits may often be recognised by the presence of a summit register and abseiling anchor points.
In other climbing areas, such as those in Bohemian Switzerland, there are other exceptions. There, climbing peaks only need to have a significant rock face – the lowest side of which has to be less than 10 m high, but at least 6 m high.
Journeying through the majestic mountains, watching the most delightful peaks spread across, the forests engulfing in its own embrace, the adventurous trekking can just do wonders and lead you to the spectacularity of nature and the astounding landscapes and the hilly halts while trekking tracks is always an Emprise to look forward to.