Ran Wuhu, along the Sichuan-Tibet Highway to the wooden bar not far from town line, which means “with the body packing of the Lake”, the legendary head of buffalo lake, Lake head of cattle there, they struggle against each other, into the mountains after death The two-phase Hill Ran Wuhu is the folder. The lake is a typical orogeny formed by the side of the lake stop, in hi Mara Hill, nyainqentanglha Hill and Hill’s cross hit on the Department. Ran Wuhu static and is known of the blue, the lake rarely see litter all sorts of things, Lake view week varies. Ran Wuhu color is very rich in grassland, forests, autumn leaves, and white water birds and shore of Lake shoal of colorful pebbles, fresh as reflected mirror.
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Nestled in the Village of Ran around the southwest corner of Baxoi of Chamdo prefecture, 90km from the Baima Town(neighboring the Nyingchi Prefecture), Ranwu, also Ranwok, is a tiny town known for the crystal-clear and tranquil Ranwu Lake, the largest in southeast of Tibet.
The Ranwu lake, 3,800m above the sea level, has a water area of 22sqkm. The 2 main parts of turquoise water linked by a small stream. It is the main supply of Palong Tsangpo, a branch of The Yarlong Tsangpo River.Ranwu Lake,Chamdo,Tibet.
Ranwu Lake is surrounded by mountains covered with snow. These mountains supply water for Ranwu Lake. The lake has been an important source of Parlung Zangbo River – an important tributary of Yarlung Zangbo River.
There is a large meadow on the lakeshore of Ranwu Lake. It forms an amazing natural picture with the clean water and the snow-capped mountains. The lake stretches more than 10 kilometers toward the west and shrinks into a narrow river valley. The color of the water changes with the season and presents different landscapes. There are numerous rocks and small islands act as decorations of Ranwu Lake. Tourists would feel like in a dreamlike spot and would be slaves of the beautiful landscapes.
Nyingchi Located on the lower reaches of the Yarlung Zangbo River, Nyingchi is 3,000 meters above sea level. It has humid climate and beautiful scenery, so it also named “the Switzerland of Tibet”. The inhabitants here are mainly the Moinbas and the Lhobas. Nyingchi is attractive with the Namjagbarwa, the Great Gorge of the Yarlung Zangbo River, Basumco, Zayu, and Bome.
The area enjoys exceptional advantages in human and natural resources. The Nyingchi residents are striving to build the area into an international forest park at the world’s “third pole,” where people can travel, climb mountains and cliffs, explore, drift along rivers and conduct scientific investigations. The distinctive folklore, music, songs, dances and athletic competitions of this area also add color to the beautiful scenery. There are 8 scenic zones and 35 scenic spots in the Nyingchi area. Among them the Yarlung Zangbo Great Canyon with a spectacular U-turn might be the most famous. More information about China Tour in chinatourguide.com
With its upper reaches formed by Yangwogou, Jiaxingou and Bujiagou, Niangpugou lies 50 kilometers west of Gongbu Jiangda County and represents one branch of Nyang River.
There is one Karst cave at the end of Bujiagou and three hot springs at 4200 meters above sea level: the upper is Nun Hot Spring, the middle is Lama Hot Spring and the lower Buru Hot Spring. Lots of old trees surround these hot springs, which together with the numerous caves and brooks compose a grand symphony.
The northwest Yangwogou is well-known for its strange stones and perilous peaks. At the bottom of the mountain, Baga Temple (or Baiyanshan Temple) has existed since its construction during the period of the 5th Dalai Lama. The natural cave is decorated with numerous paintings of Buddha.
There is a Karst fountain at the bottom of Baga Temple which spews consistently six times every day all round the year.