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Wuling Mountain

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Wuling Mountainis located in theMiyun District, just northwest ofBeijing. In 2007, Beijingers voted on numerous websites thatWuling Mountain was“the most beautiful mountain of Beijing’s suburbs.”With 2,118 meters above sea-level its main peak is also the main peak ofYanshan Mountainrange. The variation of terrains and landforms determines the density of its climate. Wuling Mountain was known asFuling Mountainoriginally. While part of the beauty lies in the fact that the mountain is cloudy and foggy all the year round, Fuling Mountain gradually changed its name after several years wentby.It isnow regarded as Yellow Mountain in North China.

In its unique location, abundant with natural resources that add to the scenery, there are several natural reserves for protecting wild animals and the forests.Wuling Mountain,the observatory with the largestastronomicaltelescope in Asia,Xinglong Observation Station, theGreat Wall of the Ming DynastyandLiulipingForest Parkare all worth seeing during your visit.

Address: Caojia Road, Xinchengzi Town, Miyun County .

Admission: RMB 91

Opening hours: 15th April to 15th October every year.

Tel: 010-81022498,010-81021034

Tips: 1. Wear more clothes for there are big differences in temperature in the mountain.

2. After climbing the mountain, you can have a taste of the family cuisine from a farmer’s household at the foot of  the Mountain.

Bus:Take 980 at Dongzhimen to Miyunxi Bridge and take 38 or 52 to the East Gate of Caojialu Village .

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