Gol National Park

Formerly a hunting reserve for the Chitrali Royal Family, Gol National Park spreads across 8,000 hectares of diverse mountain terrain including glaciers and forest. The park holds the largest population of the Astor Markhor in the world. The Siberian Ibex, Black Bear, Tibetan Wolf, Red Fox, and Himalayan Otter are also found in the park. Common bird species in the park include Bearded vulture, Himalayan vulture, Golden eagle, Demoiselle crane, Peregrine falcon, Himalayan snowcock, Himalayan pheasant, Snow Partridge, and Rock partridge. On your way up do keep an eye out for the Summer Palace, now an abandoned ruin, it’s a fine specimen of a colonial-era summer cottage from the turn of the last century.

Gol National Park

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