Baiquan Mountain (百泉山旅游区)

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Baiquan Mountain is 70 km away from downtown Beijing and covers an area of 20 square kilometers.

Information on this page last updated:2016-09-22 16:28:57

Admission: 20 RMB
Opening Hours: Peak Season: 7:00-18:00
Off-season: 7:00-18:00
Phone: +86 10 61622954
Best Time to Visit: All Year
Recommended Time for a Visit: 1 Hour

Description

There might be people thinking that acting as an observer or just taking part in different kinds of interactive activities is not enough to satisfy a heart craving for creativity, so let’s look for something more then and record a song for nature.

Baiquan Mountain is 70 km away from downtown Beijing and covers an area of 20 square kilometers, winding rivulets flowing down the valley, the murmur of water echoing in the field plain. Mountain streams and stones run after each other composing a harmonious symphony. Baiquan Mountain is even deeper into the mountain, and countless gooseberry trees at the extremity of this land draft a beautiful green blanket covering- the valley’s skin. Roses, pear trees, hazelnuts, mulberries and other plants can be found in generous amounts. Listen carefully to the sounds of this 5 KM-long path and then, using modern technology, we will try to catch the mountain’s voice and record it.

Through computer processing let’s create an experimental music belonging to nature. Along this journey we will grasp the rare and precious feeling of harmony between heaven and earth. That’s the reason why this music coming from the depth of our souls cannot do anything else but bring inspiration and joy to our hearts.

Features: There are top-rate service facilities which can provide dining for 500 people and lodging for 150 people at the same time. There are multiple aquatic recreation projects such as power boat, rowing boat, pedalo, aquatic bicycle, etc. There are 10 kilometers of a round tourist footpath in the sightseeing district.

The main sights include: Baiquan Lake, Flying Cloud Falls, Tianhe Falls, Qingmei Pond, Leyu Pond, Zhiyu Pond, Standing Eagle Peak, Rare Bird Peak, Bamboo Shoot Peak, Sky Holding Stone, Buddha Palm, Saint Tortoise Watching the Moon, and Monkey Valley. There are a lot of wild monkey peach trees growing in the Monkey Valley that stretches for three kilometers, and they are very rare in Beijing. Golden fall leaf appreciation and picking activities are held in September and October each year, and skating activities are held each winter.

Map

Address:No. 1 Beitaizi, Duanshuling, Huaibei Town, Huairou District, Beijing

Transportation:

Take Bus No. 916 or 936 from Dongzhimen to Huairou Third Middle School, transfer to the green bus heading for Labagoumen and get off at Baiquan Mountain.

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