Himalayan Ibex differ from the Alpine Ibex of Europe by a horn shape that grows much longer and curves round to form a three quarter arc. Horn lengths of 36 to 37 inches are considered average. With a widespread and dense population across the higher mountain ranges of northern Pakistan, the Himalayan Ibex is a dweller of high alpine zone and can be found at altitudes of 10,000 to 16,000 feet
The accommodations mostly consist of village houses with basic facilities and clean rooms. In some cases shepherd huts can be used as fly camps, if necessary.