Beijing Yanqing One-Hundred-Li Landscape Corridor Scenic Spot integrates tourism, leisure and vacation, and scientific research.
Best Time to Visit:April-October
One-Hundred-Li Landscape Corridor is located in Qianjiadian Town in the northeast of Yanqing County, belonging to the core area of Yanqing Ecological Containment Area. The scenic area covers a total area of 371 square kilometers, 40 kilometers from the county and 110 kilometers from the downtown area. It is adjacent to Huairou District in the east, bordered by Chicheng County in Hebei Province in the north, and connected to Xiang Ying, Liu Bin Fort and Pearl Spring in the southwest and southeast...Read More
One-Hundred-Li Landscape Corridor is located in Qianjiadian Town in the northeast of Yanqing County, belonging to the core area of Yanqing Ecological Containment Area. The scenic area covers a total area of 371 square kilometers, 40 kilometers from the county and 110 kilometers from the downtown area. It is adjacent to Huairou District in the east, bordered by Chicheng County in Hebei Province in the north, and connected to Xiang Ying, Liu Bin Fort and Pearl Spring in the southwest and southeast respectively. In 2007, it was rated as one of the top 10 best routes for self-driving tours in Beijing. And on September 17, 2010, approved by the National Tourism Administration and the National Tourism Scenic Area Quality Rating Committee, it became the first large national 4A tourist attraction in Beijing, covering the whole town and achieving "town and scenery in one".
The scenic area includes one ring, three districts and twelve nodes. It involves a total of 112 miles of riverfront ring, hence the name "Hundred Mile Landscape Corridor". The scenic area has excellent ecological environment and rich tourism resources. The scenic White River Valley and the magnificent Black River Canyon have nurtured the magical silicified wood group, the precipitous waterfall, the mysterious Wulong Canyon, the solemn Chaoyang Temple, the ancient Guandi Temple and the lush Datan Primitive Secondary Forest and other rich tourism resources. It is a semi-humid zone with warm-temperate continental monsoon climate and rich in negative oxygen ions in the air. With an average annual temperature of 8°C and an average annual precipitation of 477.2 mm, it is a veritable summer resort and green oxygen bar.
The scenic area has 6 scenic spots such as Silicified Wood Group, Wulong Canyon, Dripping Pot, Chaoyang Temple, Dragon King Temple, Guandi Temple, and 18 rural tourism reception villages such as Xiushuiwan, Changshouling, Gujiayao, Xiawan, as well as a number of geological and cultural landscapes such as Little Kunlun Mountain, Shujian Peak, Marine Sedimentary Remains, Caimugou Paleolithic Site, Wenchang Monument, Datan Nature Reserve, Thousand Mu Sunflower Sea, Ten Thousand Mu Scutellaria Tea Garden, Yanshan Academy and Writing Base.
Beijing Yanqing Silicified Wood National Geological Park is the main body and an important part of the Hundred Mile Landscape Corridor Scenic Area. It is the first comprehensive national geological park in China with the typical, rare and precious silicified wood group as the main landscape, which integrates tourism, leisure and vacation, and scientific research. Since the opening of the park on September 6, 2002, when the monument was unveiled, the park has been awarded as the first national science and technology base of land and resources, national science education base, Beijing Geological Remains Nature Reserve, Beijing Cultural Relics Protection Unit and Capital Civilized Tourism Scenic Spot.
Beijing Huairou Xiangshui Lake Great Wall Natural Scenic Area is located in the west of Mutianyu, and belongs to the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty. It is 78 kilometers from Beijing and 28 kilometers from Huairou County, covering a total area of 18 square kilometers. Xiangshui Lake Scenic Area integrates the Great Wall, ancient caves, mountains and rivers, springs and pools, waterfalls, and cliff carvings of the Ming Dynasty in one.
Yongning Ancient Town is located 20 kilometers east of the center of Yanqing District in Beijing. Its establishment began in the Tang Dynasty. In the 12th year of the Yongle era of the Ming Dynasty (1414), Yongning County was established under Tuanshan Mountain. Yongning belonged to the State of Yan in the Warring States period, Yiju County in the Han Dynasty, Ruzhou in the Tang Dynasty, Jinsan County in the Liao Dynasty, and Shenfeng Township in the Jin Dynasty.
Beijing Longqingxia World Geological Park is located 10 kilometers northeast of Yanqing County. It is a typical northern karst landform of the Cenozoic era since 40 million years ago, and is the remains of marine sedimentary strata and sedimentary structures from 1.85 to 800 million years ago.
Four Seasons Flower Sea is a valley full of flowers in the eastern part of Yanqing, covering three townships from west to east: Liu Binpu Township, Sihai Township and Zhenzhuquan Township. Within the 47-kilometer-long ditch, roses, lilies, calla lilies, lavender, marigolds and camomile form 10,000 mu of flower fields. Every year from May to October, the flowers bloom spectacularly among the verdant valleys.