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Mount Tiyi
It is situated at an altitude of 1969.61 metres above sea-level. Trekking rock climbing to the mountain top is an adventurous experience. It is then abode of the departed soul. In local folklores, it is said that there once exist an orchard, which could be traced by the lucky ones only. Colourful Rhododendrons are found on the cliffs. The peak offers a panoramic view of the villages, hills and valleys. The peak is believed by some groups of the Lothas, Semas and Aos, to be a repository of their deceased. There are not many valleys in this district due to the steep character of the hills.

The most important valleys are Baghty and Tehurang. Baghty is in lower range and is comparatively big and the land there is fertile. Tehurang valley is also in lower range and is in Akok – Mekokla area.

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