|What to See?
The part is characterized by alpine, sub-alpine and high temperature vegetation.
Commonly found are the Rhododendron, Oak, Pine, Fir, Hemlock, rich, Spruce and
Juniper. Half portion of the park is covered by pasture lands or grassy meadows.
Animals commonly seen in the reserve are Blue Sheep, Ghoral Leopard, Himalayan
Thar, Barking Deer, Black Bear, Mouse, Hare, Langur, Rhesus and Macaque. The
endangered animals in the reserve also include the Musk Deer, Red Panda, Wolf,
The commonly found winged creatures are the Pheasant and the Partridge and the
endangered birds are mostly the Chir Pheasant and the nine different colored
Danphe, the national bird of Nepal.
How to Travel?
One of the easiest and shortest ways to visit the reserve is by traveling on bus
to Gulmi-Tamghas and three days trek to reach the reserve headquarters. The
flights are also readily available in sheer need.