Lying to the west of Hailar is the Hailar National Forest Park, mainly characterized by Mongolian pines. There are hills and a large area of Mongolian pines including some odd-looking trees in the park. The park also houses a cage-free zoo where people can see reindeer. The park is composed of the south park, the north park and the west park. In the north park, travelers can enjoy fantastic trees such as the Tree King, Shouwang Pine, Ganquan Pine and Lianli Pine as well as natural attractions. In the south park, there exist ancient cultural relics during the Microlith Age in the northern grassland several thousand years ago.
Hailar National Forest Park is located in Hailar District, the capital of Hulun Buir League. There are South Garden, North Garden and West Garden. Nanyuan has a few thousand years ago in the northern grassland of the fine stone age cultural sites. On the south side of Celebrity Peak, there are three Japanese military sites invading China. The Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica in Beiyuan keeps its natural state. Some Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica also retain the wounds of Japanese artillery shelling. It is the only National Forest Park in China with the natural landscape of Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica forest as the main body. Less than 2 kilometers from the city centre, there are buses arriving here. There are not many tourists and little mountain climbing.
In September of the golden autumn, Hailar National Forest Park (46), "Hailar National Forest Park", located in the west hill of Hailar City, is the only national forest park with the theme of Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica in China. It is famous for its ancient pines in Shabu. It was listed as one of the eight scenic spots in Hulunbuir as early as the Qing Dynasty. The total number of natural Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica in the park is more than 4600. There are more than 1000 ancient Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica over a hundred years old. The highest tree age is more than 500 years. The root of Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica is deep and leafy, tall and tall, copper-faced and iron-bone. It is cold-resistant and drought-resistant, rooted in barren sandy land. It is evergreen in winter and summer. Its roots are intertwined, crowns are connected, with various forms. It bullies frost, pride snow, jade-polished pink, colorful and Peak, Pine Pavilion, Tree God, Lian Lisong, Watching Pine, Wolong Pine, Shoot Pine, Root Slope and other peculiar trees; Japanese military site invading China - the Shasongshan position at that time. Hailar National Forest Park, amazing Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica forest and natural landscape. It's amazing and relaxing. The ticket for the forest park is 30 yuan. The ticket is free before 7: 00 a.m. and after 4: 00 p.m. and there is a bus direct line in Hailar District.
Everyone must go and see it in winter! The scenery is really beautiful! Pass on some pictures and feel it! In winter, there is thick snow everywhere. It's much more fun to find a cardboard board on a small ramp and slide down on it than in those snow parks! __________
Hailar Red Flower Erji Forest Park, surrounded by a lake, the lake is huge, like a blue mirror on the lake. There are forest paths beside the lake. They can ride horses, climb mountains and have barbecues. You can spend half a day sightseeing.
Hailar National Forest Park (formerly Hailar West Mountain Scenic Area) is located in the western part of Hailar City, Hulun Buir League, Inner Mongolia. Hailar Forest Park was listed as one of the eight sceneries of Hulun Buir in the Qing Dynasty. It is the only National Forest Park in China with Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica (Hailaersong) as its theme. Tickets for Hailar Forest Park are 30 yuan. But it's not easy to get in before 7 a.m. and after 6 p.m. for free. There are such primitive forests in the city.
Off season, no tickets and! But it's not very interesting. It's the old man who walks around.
It's absolutely boring to have been there. It's no different from the park at home. But it's a pity that Hailaer doesn't go. He still recommends chartering to the grassland.
Yes, it's right in the city. It's worth a look at Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica. It's mosquitoes that are a little too many.
Red Pavilion, Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica, Celebrity Peak, let you still want to come, good air
I went to Hailar National Forest Park in November. It's cooling down. It's cold and windy, but the scenery is really beautiful. When you see the crystal clear ice flower, you will feel very happy.