Corbett Tiger Reserve is situated at the base of the Himalayas in the hill state of Uttarakhand in North India. Interwoven in the stretch of the 525 sq km of the park there are a number of ravines and ridges. Beautiful rivers Kosi and Ramganga flow through the valley of the park that is covered with the deciduous forest. The grasslands of the park provide the finest prospects to people to have a view of the wildlife. From 410m to 1220m ranges its altitude. The park is home for more than 30 species of reptiles and 60 species of mammals like crocodile, cobra, python sloth bear, spotted deer, hog deer, Elephants, Sambhar, leopards, Tigers, Black Bear, langur, Barking Deer Rhesus, Jackal, Wild Boar and Fox.