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Average 4500M from sea level. Right after you step on the land you will feel temporary unable to breath. However, once you see the view, you are totally breathless.
Take your time to enjoy the scene, although it is more on rocks view but if...More
After getting off from the highest airport located in the world (DaoCheng Airport), Haizin Mountain was just the start of our trip. Great view, but terribly dry. Forgotten memories of the past went into my mind when our guide told us that this drought started...More
If you are here during late spring or summer, this place is definitely not worth the time. Plenty of rocks everywhere, some small-ish lakes, (or should I refer to them as ponds?), barren land with no or very dry vegetation. Not particularly scenic. Our driver...More
The phrase "haizi" refers to the small lakes, in large numbers, appearing in a region on the road from Litang to Daocheng (where Yading Nature Reserve is located nearby). There used to be a large number of such lakes but apparently the number has been...More
If you r a warrior longing for adventures and wonders, Mt. haizi is a right place for a challenge. On Mt.Haizi, looking after you will see the boundless sky and captivating scenery that will eventually shock your mind. It is a park or a garden...More