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Ranwu Lake

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Qamdo Top 1 in Can't Miss Attractions
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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Ranwu Township, about 90 kilometers away from Baima Town, the county seat, in the southwest corner of Basu County, Changdu

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Ranwuhu Tibetan is called Ranwucu (or the pronunciation of the Tibetan lake), located in the southwest corner of Basu County, Chamdo, about 90 kilometers from the county town of Baima Town. The cause is the silting lake formed by landslides or mudslides blocking the river. There are many such lakes in the geologically active area of southeastern Tibet, but Wuhu is well known for its proximity to the Sichuan-Tibet Highway and many travelers on the Sichuan-Tibet Line.

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Ranwu Lake is a narrow valley lake group comprised of several interconnected lakes. The landscape of Ranwu Lake is unique with beautiful natural scenery. To the north is the famous Laigu Glacier, which extends all the way to the lakeside. Whenever the snow melts, the water trickles into the lake, providing Ranwu Lake with a rich and pure water source. On the edge of the lake, there are lush meadows and farmland. On one half of the mountain beside the lake is a forest where azaleas and shrubs grow. All the way on the top is a snowy peak.
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