The tourists, including 11 children and 34 women, were stuck at Lachung valley, a popular destination in North Sikkim district following heavy snowfall Wednesday.
Troops of Trishakti Corps launched quick reaction teams, including medical staff, to locate the tourists who were stranded in their vehicles.
All the tourists were rescued by the soldiers in just four hours, bringing a sigh of relief among the anxious travellers.
The tourists were in 43 vehicles, of which 23 were recovered, the official said.
The Army had on December 28 rescued 3,000 tourists stranded at Nathula area in the biggest ever rescue operation carried out in Sikkim.
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