Deosai Plains and Deosai National Park is accessible via two routes. One is through Skardu City and the second through the District aStore. The road starts from aStore Chilum, continues through the terrain and paved roads to the main lake before climbing into Deosai. The route from Skardu is through unpaved roads that can be raised within two days. With the jeep was only a matter of hours. Deosai Lake is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan. The beauty of the Himalayas visible everywhere around Deosai. It also is home to the endangered Himalayan brown bears. Less than 19 bears lived there in 90 and now its population increases. Now nearly 55 brown bears living in Deosai. The view here is taken Sheosar Lake in Deosai.
Deosai National Park at an altitude of 4114 meters on average (13,497 feet) above sea level, making the Plains Deosai second highest plateau in the world, after the adjacent Tibetan Plateau. Park protects an area of 3000 square kilometers (1,200 sq mi). It is also known for its rich flora and fauna of the ecoregion Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau steppe mountains covered by the spring wildflowers and a variety of sweeping butterflies.
Deosai National Park was established in 1993 to protect the viability of the Himalayan Brown Bear, Pakistan's largest omnivore, and its habitat. Having long been a prize for hunters and poachers kill, bear now has hope for survival in Deosai where the number has increased from only 19 in 1993 to 40 in 2005.
Deosai Plains is also home to the Himalayan Ibex, Red Fox, Golden Marmot, Gray Wolf, Urial Ladakh, Snow Leopard, and over 124 resident and migratory birds. Birds in the park including the Golden Eagle, Lammergeier, Griffon Vulture, Laggar Falcon, Peregrine Falcon, Kestrel, Sparrowhawk and Snowcock.