If there are undeveloped outdoor locations, Ninong Canyon is definitely the first choice, no one. There are alpine canyons, various plants, and maybe you can meet small animals! It's a bit difficult. To travel in company, it is best to have local people leading it.
📍Out of Yubeng Village-There is an off-road vehicle going back by the bridge in the middle of Yubeng and Yubeng. The journey back is the same as when it came. The fare is dozens of dollars cheaper because there are fewer uphills to go back. 📍Most people choose to go out on foot and walk into the Ninon Grand Canyon. Turn left from Yubeng and leave the village, the distance is about 13.5 kilometers, "approximately" two kilometers of dirt road-two kilometers of cement slab road-two kilometers of gravel road, and then walk along the riverside for about 4 kilometers of gravel road-two kilometers Kilometers of cliffs and gravel roads, more than one kilometer of cliffs and cliffs cement roads. The total journey is 3-5 hours. In the rural areas of Nepal, there is a shuttle bus back to Deqin for 20 per person, but there are not many trains. There are also carpooling and taxi rides, and the price is similar. There is also a car that goes directly to Shangri-La, you can also take it, because you have to pass the Deqin Bus Terminal.
The scorching sun traveled 18 kilometers and walked out of Yubeng Village and Ninon Grand Canyon. This year's trekking share has been exhausted. See you next year. "I want you to quietly learn the emotion of waiting for the time to mature, and I also want you to keep the effort and persistence beyond waiting." "Speak to yourself"
good very thrilling, not so friendly to patients with fear of heights, great experience
Leaving Xiayubeng Village on foot from Ninon Grand Canyon, the altitude difference is about 1,000 meters, and the trekking length is about 14.5 kilometers. The Ninong Grand Canyon, a stream gorge where the snow water of the Goddess Peak of Meili Snow Mountain melts, stretches downwards from the mountains on both sides, and the Yubeng River rushes out from under the snow peaks.
Preston_Dominguez: Lower reaches of Yubeng River Valley, Deqin County, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ninong Canyon,Ninong Bridge