Singhason Peak, which towers over an altitude of about 1600 m above the sea level, is the highest of its kind in Karbi Anglong District of Assam.
Trekking up the mount through the rainforest, reverie and rocky hills is a unique experience. Barking deer,
pygmy hog, spotted deer, varieties of monkeys, langoors and Himalayan Horn Bills are found here in plenty.
An army airstrip of the British, built during the Second World War, at the hilltop is ideal for a campsite. From the summit, one could catch the panoramic view of the entire Brahmaputra Valley, the snow-clad Himalayan ranges, and the Patkai and the Barail ranges.