According to the plan, we should first go to the base camp, take a break, and then go to Binghu after lunch. The strategy repeatedly mentioned that the base camp has a "flash wall". When I went to Yubeng, there were a lot of people hiking, and the instructions were clear on the way, so I didn't open the hiking software to locate it, thinking about following the crowd and it was over. As a result, I missed the base camp perfectly. Reason: It turned out that there was a section of the road to cross the river and walk on the opposite side, but recently the rain was heavy and the bridge was sealed off, and the original site of the base camp (including the bubble wall) was across the river. When I walked uphill to the new base camp site, the store door was closed (there were not many people at the time), and no other travel companions stopped (many trekking groups brought their own dry food), and then I didn’t see the instant noodle wall. No question, just walked forward. After walking for another half an hour, we felt something was wrong. People who passed down the mountain told us that you had missed the base camp a long time ago. It is only ten minutes away from the ice lake.
Braving the once-in-a-hundred-year snowfall, I hiked to Xiaonong Ranch, where the Sino-Japanese joint mountaineering team used to climb the Meili Snow Mountain. Surrounded by mountains, lush vegetation, covered in silver and beautiful scenery.
[Fun] Today is the day when Ranranzi walked to collapse. Today, the signal is getting weaker and weaker in the mountains.
[Value for money] There is nothing to spend money on, the scenery is beautiful and the conditions are more difficult.
The mountaineering base camp of Meili Snow Mountain! This is at the foot of the mountain, with a beautiful environment and large meadows! Many hikers stop here! Snow mountains, trees, grassland, cattle and sheep, etc. constitute a beautiful picture!
Xiaonong Base Camp is the only way to the Binghu Lake. When we walked from Shangyubeng Village to the icy and snowy road, from the original forest to the snowy road, it seemed that when we came from autumn to winter, we saw a few dilapidated wooden houses. At that moment, I was a little dumbfounded, wondering if this is the base camp? Later, when I saw the three words Base Camp, I admitted that we had really arrived at Base Camp, but the surrounding scenery was nice and it was a good resting place for supplies. . . . . .
One of the two base camps of Kawagebo, at the foot of General Peak, many mountaineering teams have tried to climb from here in history, but none of them succeeded. It was originally a seasonal pasture for the local Tibetans. There are a few simple wooden sheds responsible for supply and accommodation. The view of the blue sky and snow-capped mountains is far away, and there are green grass and broken tree yak nearby. The scenery is still good. If you want to go to the ice lake, there are still 2 kilometers, and you need to hike. It is not recommended to go up to Shuoxi, if it is dangerous, it is difficult to escape.
Preston_Dominguez: Yubeng Village, Deqin County, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province (near Shangyupeng)
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ice Lake, Moirig Snow Mountain,Xiaonong Base camp,Shenhu Lake,Nanzong Pass