Yak Saray is a huge area of grassland in the Gilgit-Baltistan district, near the famed Shandur Top. On the pasture, also known as Langar Nallah, there are thousands of Yaks.
The owners stated that around 10 towns, as well as other animals, as many as 4,000 Yaks wander here.
They stated that every time snowfall starts, whether it is November or December, every animal is herded.
There are such little temperatures that some animals do not survive the severe winter season.
Whenever an animal dies off or a Yak baby is born, the guard assigned there should tell the village promptly to take care of them.
The marks of each hamlet are marked on all animals.
The 12,000-ft Langar Nallah is notorious for its strong wind which buffets it in winter after 4:00 pm.
There is also a fisheries station which inspects the people from Khukush Gol, a 3,296 metre high stream near the Shawarang Gol.
The authorities represent the local wildlife agency as well as the Yak and Trout population.
The Chhat Lake or Roof lake is also known as Khokash Lake.