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Great Himalayan National Park

Great Himalayan National Park

The Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area is an undisturbed habitat in the ecologically distinct Western Himalayas.

It holds diverse flora with greatest concentration of medicinal plants known for all of the Himalayas. It is the habitat of 4 globally threatened mammals such as Snow Leopard and Himalayan Brown Bear, and 3 globally threatened birds including the Western Tragopan pheasant.

The park lies in the Himalayan mountains in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The site covers Great Himalayan National Park plus the Tirthan and Sainj Wildlife Sanctuaries.

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Site Info

Full name: Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area

Unesco ID: 1406

Inscribed: 2014

Type: Natural

Criteria: 7   10  

Link: By Name By ID

Site History

  • 2014 - Inscribed 
  • 2013 - Referred 


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  • Greatest Altitude Variations: "Starting from an altitude of 1,700 metres above mean sea level, the highest peak within the park approaches almost 5,800 metres" (Nom File pdf page 275)

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