Kanchenjunga is one of the eight thousand-meter Mountains in the world, which is assumed to be the third highest mountain in the world and the second highest in Nepal. It lies in the east part of Nepal. The remoteness of the region, its terrain, and its rugged trails, scattered settlements of diverse ethnic groups of people, and varied flora and fauna make a perfect hotspot for explorers, geographers, researchers, trekkers, and climbers. Kangchenjunga was first climbed by Joe Brown and George Band on 25 May 1955 who were part of a British expedition. Kanchenjunga carries a considerable risk of rockfall and avalanche. Altogether there are four climbing routes for Kanchenjunga, three of the routes are from Nepal and one from India (Sikkim). The two of these routes (North west and South west) from Nepal are the most popular routes in climbing history. Since 2000, The Indian government has banned the expedition for Kanchenjunga.