Little Tashiding is essentially a low-rise one-street market village sloping up from its jeep stand and briefly bypassed by the Yuksom–Legship road. It's notable as the access point for the Tashiding Gompa, set on an isolated ridge top 3.5km away. While you don't see many white-top mountains from the village, views over plunging green valleys, forested slopes and occasional stripes of rice terracing more than compensate.
Tashiding is the destination of a popular one-day hike from Yuksom via isolated monasteries Hongri and Silnon. If you arrive by 2pm you can generally nip back to Yuksom by shared jeep. Or pay for a whole taxi and you can admire several waterfalls en route, the most impressive of which is Phamrong.