Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
Dhorpatan is the only hunting spot reserve in Nepal, spreading over an area of 1,325 square kilometers.
Dhorpatan hunting Reserve was protected from 1987, where licensed hunting is permitted. All parts of reserve is surrounded by village expect north. Especial permit is needed for Filming. It covers an area
of 1325 km2, lies Baglung, Rukum and Myagdi districts western
of Nepal. The hunting reserve elevation ranges from 2,850 m to more
than 7,000 m at the foothill of dhaulagiri.
The hunting spot is characterized by alpine, sub-alpine and high
temperate vegetation. It is surrounded by gentle slopes covered
with beautiful pine and fir forests, birch tree, rhododendron, hemlock,
oak, juniper and spruce. It occupy Pasturelands at higher elevations
more than 50% of the total area of the hunting reserve.