When I went to Suijiuyu for the first time more than 10 years ago, the scenery can be said to be one of the most beautiful places in the suburbs of Beijing. The scenery is entwined, the trees are lush, and there are not many tourists. It is very suitable to escape the heat. Later, for a long time, Suijiuyu did not open due to various reasons. Unfortunately, until the reopening in the last 2 years, Suijiuyu changed its style and became a holy place for children. Many parents bring their children to camp and play by the creek. It should be noted that parking on weekends here is very inconvenient, and there is a queue for cars from far away. Residents in the surrounding area will open their own locations to tourists. It is about 30 a day, so everyone can consider it for themselves. The current Suijiuyu is much more lively than before. From the economic point of view of the scenic spot, the current model may be more conducive to the operation of the scenic spot. From the perspective of the landscape, I still miss the previous Suijiuyu more.
Before the first development, the locals called it "country park". There is a dangerous stone alone on the cliff of Qiqi Peak in Yukou, and another dangerous stone is placed on the dangerous stone. There is no one to rely on, the wind blows the stone, and it feels like a god stone covers the top. Inside the valley, there is a ditch with strange rocks and huge rocks entwined the fortress. Therefore, the first impression that came into my mind was "Shi Sheng".
In this early summer, we will come to the Suijiuyu Natural Scenic Area, located in the north of Suijiu Village, about 4 kilometers northwest of the Ming Tombs in Changping, to start a natural hiking tour. According to the research of geologists, more than 130 million years ago, strong crustal changes took place here, forming peculiar granite bodies. The scenic area is about 3 kilometers long and has more than 50 viewing spots along the way. On both sides, there are many strange peaks and a stream of water. It is called the "Little Three Gorges" in northern Beijing. In addition to the peaks and rocks, there are also many exotic flowers and plants. Our naturalist teacher will lead you to observe unique geological structures, explore colorful mountain plants, learn about peculiar aquatic life, and look for wonderful insects. As the weather gets hotter, it is the time when various insects are active. I found them carefully, and it turned out that they were playing around beside the mountain stream.
Duijiuyu is located in the north of Duijiu Village, about 4 kilometers northwest of the Ming Tombs in Changping. According to the research of geologists, more than 130 million years ago, strong crustal changes took place here, forming peculiar granite bodies. The scenic area is about 3 kilometers long and has more than 50 viewing spots along the way. On both sides, there are many strange peaks and a stream of water. It is called the "Little Three Gorges" in northern Beijing. In addition to the steep peaks and rocks, there are many strange flowers and weeds, strange aquatic creatures, and various strange insects.
It is indeed a natural scenery, the water is quite clear, and many children and adults are playing in the water! Because I saw a mother I knew brought her child to play, the photos she took were also very beautiful. It was great to live in Impression Villa nearby, so I first came to Suijiuyu to play. There is no corresponding package, so you need to be prepared to play here. First of all, parking is a big problem when you arrive late, because the parking lot in the scenic area is very limited, and there is no place to park when you arrive late, and even the surrounding farmyards. However, parking in the scenic spot is free. Secondly, there are quite a few places in the scenic area where there are no serious trails. The elderly must remember to take trekking poles, and other people must pay attention to not slipping under their feet. Thirdly, strollers are not available in the scenic area (baby strollers, small folding carts for pulling things are counted), so tents, food, and water play items have to be carried by themselves! Also, there is no toilet inside the scenic area! There used to be stone toilets, but later they were closed for fear of polluting the water source! If you want a toilet, you need a parking lot public toilet! There are many farmhouses around to eat, and there are many choices. Tickets are 20 yuan per adult, 10 yuan for students over 1.2, 10 yuan for seniors over 60, free WeChat payable under 1.2
Preston_Dominguez: Changling Town, Changping District, Beijing 102213, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Changping Duijiuyu Natural Scenic Resort,Yingquan Family, Duijiuyu Natural Scenic Area, Beijing