Hailin City is located in the southeast of Heilongjiang Province. The banks of the Hailiang River are considered one of the birthplaces of Manchu culture. Ninggu Tower, which can be found here, served as the seat of generals and an encampment for troops during the Qing dynasty. The city has 16 historical sites dating from the Shang and Zhou dynasties, and has been imprinted by the cultures of Jinyuan and Bohai as well as those passing through Ninggu Tower. The story from the book Tracks in the Snowy Forest and the subsequent film The Taking of Tiger Mountain takes place here. This place is known as “a snowland among a sea of forests,” “China’s snow country,” “the home of tigers in China,” and “the home of lion’s mane mushroom in China.”
Snow Town is also known as Shuangfeng (“Twin Peaks”) Forest Farm. The snow quality here is very good, with high cohesion. In the wintertime, you can see many snowbanks naturally formed into all kinds of styles, including the famous “snow mushroom.” You can experience the excitement of wintertime by skiing, snow tubing, or having a snowball fight. Or head over to lively Xueyun Street to buy a frozen persimmon or the Xuexiang Dream Home to see a beautiful “snow mushroom.” There is no end to the fun. Of course, outdoor enthusiasts won't want to miss hiking up Yangcao Mountain and experiencing Snow Town's unique charm in the forested snowfield.
China Snow Valley is situated close to China Snow Village in Heilongjiang Province. The famous Chinese reality TV show Where Are We Going, Dad? was filmed here. The valley is known for its unique winter scenery including wooden houses covered in snow, snow fields, and frozen waterfalls. Visitors can also experience traditional rural lifestyles. The area is popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
Xuexiang National Forest Park is a well-known ice and snow resort. It was originally named "Dahailin Forest Bureau Tourism Zone." Xuexiang National Forest Park occupies a vast area. In addition to some developed scenic spots, there is a large underdeveloped forest preservation area, including Datudingzi Mountain and Erlong Mountain Filming City, as well as Xuexiang Snow Valley and the Primitive Forest Sightseeing Area.
Menghuan Jiayuan is located next to Xueyun Street. There is a viewing platform overlooking the park. In Menghuan Jiayuan, visitors can see a large number of well-preserved "snow mushrooms," which are naturally formed snow, and an iconic landscape of snow country. Tourists take special trips to photograph snow mushrooms. It is said that snow mushrooms often seen in the media are shot here. There are snow tube tracks in Menghuan Jiayuan, and two-people rotation performances are held in the scenic area at night.