The Hailuogou Glacier Forest Park is located in the southeastern part of Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Visitors to Campsite #3 will have the opportunity to come into close contact with a variety of glacial landscapes including glacial lakes, ice caves, and ice fissures. No one who visits will leave without having their childlike sense of wonder restored. Campsite #2 is best known for it's open-air hot springs. If you are lucky enough to encounter snowfall while you are there, you can enjoy the steamy baths among a frozen winter wonderland. Although this happens every year, it is an unforgettable experience. Campsite #3 is also a good place to watch the golden sun rise over the king of Sichuan's mountains - Minya Konka.
The ancient town of Moxi is located in the territory of Luding County, at the mouth of the Hailuogou Valley, and is a necessary place for entering the Hailuogou scenic spot. The historic town of Moxi has a long history. Since ancient times, it has been a home for many ethnic groups such as Han, Tibetan and Yi people. The town is full of ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the Gothic church built here by French missionaries is unique.
Hailuogou No.2 Camp Hot Spring Resort is located in the primeval forest of Hailuogou No. 2 Camp. The hot spring is an alpine hot spring, which is a core scenic spot with an altitude of 2580 meters. The water is of calcium bicarbonate, neutral, and can be bathed. Its hot spring open-air swimming pool and a number of open-air hot spring pools of various sizes are steaming. The hot spring pool is surrounded by lush virgin forests. The scenery is beautiful. In the winter, you can enjoy the hot springs while enjoying the snow-capped mountains. Wonderful, very romantic.
Red Rock Beach is located in the estuary region of the Yajiageng River within the Hailuogou Scenic Area, Luding County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Region. It has a worldwide reputation for its beautiful red stone gardens. The red stones of Hailuogou are not only very mysterious, but also one of the most unique scenic attractions in the world. Due to the moist the and humid climate of the Hailuogou area and the abundant nutrition available for certain types of red-orange algae, the stones here are covered with red matter, creating a magnificent sight.