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 Huzhu North Mountain National Forest Park

Huzhu North Mountain National Forest Park, located between Qingshiling and Lenglongxia in the northeast of Huzhu Tu Autonomous County, is a famous primitive area and scenic spot. There are gurgling water, rosy clouds, green pines and verdant cypresses and numerous wild plants. Boasting well-preserved primitive ecology, strong style of Tu and profound folk culture, it is a rare tourist attraction. Huzhu North Mountain National Forest Park is not only the "Kingdom of plants on Qinghai Plateau" but also the paradise of wild animals. There are lush trees, steep mountains and deep gorges, presenting charming beautiful scenery. Throughout the year, the scenery changes along with the changes of seasons, so, no matter when you come here, you can appreciate gorgeous scenery. The park is composed of five scenic areas, including Langshidang, Zhalonggou, Xiahexia etc. The magnificent, fantastic, precipitous and beautiful scenery will refresh you after your visiting. Most magically, on the grassland on the mountain top at the elevation of more than 3,800m beneath Ezuo Ridge – main peak of North Mountain, there are two lakes, a big one and a small one in a ladder pattern. The local people call them "Goddess Heaven Lakes". Throughout the year, the water in the small heaven lake flows down into the big heaven lake with constant temperature and constant volume, regardless of wet season or dry season. On such a ridge where there is no enough snow accumulation and such a grassland on mountaintop which is too small to absorb flow water, how can so much water be stored up to form these two heaven lakes and constantly flow down along the mountain? If it is the water ice and snow melting water, then it needs a large area of deep ice and snow as the source; if it is rainwater, then it needs a large area of grass and forest as the supplement; if it is forest watershed, then the forest must be above them; if it is underground water, then the water may not emerge from the mountaintop. Where does so much water in the "Goddess Heaven Lakes" come from? It remains a mystery that many experts at home and abroad have not studied out for a thousand years.

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