| Flora and Fauna
The Great Himalayan National Park is a mix of oak forests, Moist deodar forests, Western mixed cornifrous forests, Himalayan alpine postures and rhododenolron scrub forests. This vast range of altitude supports forests that vary from subtropical to alpine. about 2000 m of area is covered by blue pine (pinus wallichiana) and higher up by a broad leaved forests on sloping areas and fir (Albies pindrow) on the steep areas.Other vegetation are Oak, Blue pine, Cediar, Deodar, Bamboo, Arundaria spathi flora, Iris, Frittilaria, Gagea, Primula and Taxius baccata.
Among the Fauna are large mammals are ghoral in the lower forests, the Himalayan tahu in the higher forests and the bharal or blue sheep above the tree line.
These are prey for leopards (In the forest alone) and snow leopards (above tree line) The Great Himalayan National Park is also the home to large population of black bear (Found in forests) and the Asiatic brown brown bear (Found proximity in the alpine forests).. The most famous of GNHPS birds, the monal koklass and the western trag opan, all pheasants are found in the upper forests region.
Also major wildlife species include Snow Leopard, Musk deer, Blue Sheep, Ibex, Wolf, Leopard, Rhesus macaque, common langur, Himalayan black bear, goral muntjac and serow