If you walk in Mt., you will encounter the Doxiongla River, a runaway river that is at first full of waterfalls that are rising up in the clouds or streams that are falling on the surface, and you will see the mountains and rivers gradually become rivers, and the Doxiongla River is accompanying you, and it will be very large and surging up. With its clear and blue figure, the back collapse into the Brahmaputra River.
In Medog, the long-lost blue sky was dazzling, and from time to time white clouds drifted past. Below the canyon is the Doxiongla River, which can be seen from a distance. Appreciating the surrounding scenery, a section of downhill, we returned to the side of the Doxongla River, green grass, new yellow rapeseed. Before long, after turning around a bend, a large river with a wide front ran across us, and the Doxongla River beside it roared into the Yarlung Zangbo River.
Xiongla Mountain is the birthplace of the Doxiongla River (Doxiong Zangbo), and the perennial snow and rain are constantly supplied by the river. The mountains are turbulent and waterfalls are clustered, like the Tianhe above the clouds rushing straight down from the top of the mountain, scouring the mountains of Doxiongla to be rugged, loose, and cruel. The Doxongla River rushed endlessly and eventually merged into the Yarlung Zangbo River.
It is also called Doxiong Lazang cloth, and there is also a Daxiong Tibetan cloth, which is not the same as this river, and it is easy to confuse. Dahung Tsangpo belongs to a tributary of the Yarlung Tsangpo River. The source of the Doxiongla River is the glacier of the Doxiongla Mountain. When Medog walks through the route, he will have close contact with this river many times.
After the water on the Doxiongla Snow Mountain melted, the surrounding streams and other water gathered together to form the Doxiongla River. The distance is short, the drop is large, and the water volume is abundant. There is no pollution in the river. You can always hear his roar on foot in Medog.