This sanctuary is rich in high-altitude Himalayan wildlife, and is one of the last homes of Himalayan tahr in Himachal Pradesh. It is also well-known as a source of many medicinal plants. Abundant water resources, many originating from glaciers, and a diverse topography add to the attraction of the area. To the west it is connected with Tundah Sanctuary by a forest corridor.
There is an annual pilgrimage by thousands of people to the Mani Mahesh Temple inside the sanctuary. AREA AND ZONING 37,886.68 ha. (378.87 sq. km). No zoning. LOCATION District Chamba;Latitudinal range 32
|Altitude||:||2,195 m to 5,040 m|
|Area||:||378 sq. km|
|Famous For||:||Himalayan Tahr|
|Best Time to Visit||:||April–June and October–November|
|Nearest Railway Station||:||Pathankot|
|Nearest Airport||:||Gaggal airport (21 km) in Kangra|
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