Today I went to the Yuan Dynasty Valley. The scenery was good, a bit like the scenery of the Loess Plateau, but it was much smaller. The others are man-made landscapes.
No one, an adult with two children is still a little scared, some places are not considered a way, a snake jumped out, scared to death,
Yuandai Valley Scenic Area, located in Yanqing, Beijing. The valley landform of the Yuan Dynasty was formed during the Quaternary Glacial Period. After tens of thousands of years of wind and rain erosion, the current special geological landform was formed, and the original natural ecological vegetation was preserved.
Yuan Dynasty Valley is really an unpopular tourist attraction. You can drive there by yourself, or take the 919 express train at Deshengmen and get off at the intersection of Yuan Dynasty Valley. You can see the white tents far away, the blue patterns on the tents, the blue sky and white clouds are very beautiful.
Unpopular scenic spots also have unique style and culture
Located in Yanqing, Beijing, the landform was formed during the Quaternary Glacier Period. After thousands of years of wind and rain, it has formed the current special red-yellow geological landform, which preserves the original natural ecological vegetation. Winding up along the tour route, you will see many statues of earthen cave figures in the Yuan Dynasty, as if telling a true and heavy history: In 1272, the capital of the Yuan Dynasty was established in the capital of the Central Plains (now Beijing). Yuan Renzong, the fourth emperor of the Yuan Dynasty, was born in Yanqing.