Shuzhenggou ~ Jiuzhaigou National Park
Shuzhenggou is facing to the gate of Jiuzhaigou Valley. Shuzheng Qun Hai is one of the favorite lake in this area.
Landscape areas that spreads out between the entrance and waterfall.
Since It's a landscape followed by a relatively flat area, waterfalls and flow of water are the center of attraction.
As tourist attractions are Bonsai Shoal, Rhinoceros Lake, Shuzheng Falls, Tiger Lake and Sparkling Lake.
Rhinoceros Lake: the lake, 2,315m above sea level, about 2km in length. It is the second largest lake in Jiuzhaigou after Long Lake.
With a constant underground water supply, the volume of the lake never changes.
Mud-rock flows blocked the valley here, forming the broad lake surface with its deep blue water.
Contrary to the name of brave, it is quiet little lake.
The origin of its name is because the sound of the Shuzheng waterfall located downstream can be heard like a tiger roar.
And there is another theory, that the surface of the lake which reflects the foliage appears to be a tiger stripes.
Shuzheng Tibetan Village
Seven of the nine Tibetan villages are still populated today. The main agglomerations that are readily accessible to tourists are Heye, Shuzheng and Zechawa along the main paths that cater to tourists, selling various handicrafts, souvenirs and snacks. There is also Rexi in the smaller Zaru Valley and behind Heye village are Jianpan, Panya and Yana villages. Guodu and Hejiao villages are no longer populated.
Shuzheng Lakes: this beautiful spot with 19 lakes cascading down the valley is probably the most photographed site in the park.
A great place to catch the traditional Tibetan village life with nature's spectacular panorama right on the doorstep.