Yamdrok Lake is one of the three largest sacred lakes in Tibet. It is located in the northern Himalayas at an altitude of 4441 m. It is a large habitat for birds, which migrate here from the north during winter. Common species include swans, pigeons, ducks, osprey, and bar-headed geese. The road from Gambala Mountain has a number of viewpoints and offers spectacular views over the lake.
Glacier #40 is situated under Mount Jomolhari, at the border between Bhutan and Lhozhag County, in the southern region of Mount Xizang, China. It got its name for being close to boundary mark #40, which is between China and Bhutan. The glacier has a very high sea level. Of the currently discovered glaciers, it is an approachable mountain glacier near land; no special equipment is needed to reach it.