Overlapping the stack of mountains, winding loops, Ding Ding Dongdong Spring, high down the tree / hc / heard people say that Hangzhou's Jiuxi smoke tree is the most beautiful place in autumn, where you can marry a beautiful autumn ;
Jiuxi is on the west side of Yanxia Mountain, the south side of Longjing Mountain, and the path of the road is rugged and twisted for nine times before it flows out, so it is called Jiuxi. It is lush and lush, inaccessible, quiet and quiet, but there is no place for it.
Jiuxi Tobacco Tree is one of the new ten scenic spots in West Lake. Local people are more accustomed to calling Jiuxi Eighteen. The forests are dense and the streams are flowing, surrounded by rolling hills and tea gardens. The sunny weather is full of green and beautiful, and the colors are delicious. If it is rainy and cloudy, the clouds are haunting, the smoke is flying, and the scenery is wonderful. However, just a few days ago, it was the season of Yangchun in March. I went to Jiuxi River in the early morning, but I saw a completely different scenery. The blue maple leaves are still colorful around the blue lake, just like the autumn scenery. .
As one of the tea bases, Jiuxi is surrounded by the stream, and the tea leaves that must be produced in the green mountains and green waters are also the finest teas that are fragrant and fragrant.
Some use fine branches, some use bamboo poles to form a fence, simple elements have a nature of the most authentic and simple beauty. The two sides are full of tea trees, and the stone path between the mountains is not difficult to walk. The gap between the stones is covered with green plants. It is already clear whether it is grass or moss. The roots of the cedar tree are the most vital, the straight trunk can not look up, and step on the intricate roots of the cedar tree toward the water source, watching it solid and powerful, more like an old man in this mountain Silently waiting for this piece of soil, quietly watching the stream flowing. These ancient cedar trees are like a collection of life, releasing their own energy and extracting the nutrients of nature while nourishing countless flowers, plants and plants.
Tips: Walking on these large stones that are built into small bridges, you must pay attention to safety, the surface has been born with moss, it is easy to slip on it.
The more you march forward, the more visitors come on the road, mostly from the direction of Jiuxi Yanshu, a lot of families with children to play, there is water here, and if you are driving, you can drive to a very close place. The road is relatively flat and there is no hiking trail. It is a good place for family fun on weekends.
[Hiking nine miles and eighteen miles, enjoy natural oxygen bar]
Hangzhou is a group building in the past, basically the West Lake, so this school sister decided to play something different ~ recommended stay On the mountain, you can enjoy the natural oxygen bar around you. Jiuxi 18 is one of the most typical ~
This is surrounded by streams and tea mountains. The trail is located between Longjing Village and Jiuxi Yanshu on the west side of Hangzhou West Lake. About 30 minutes, the difficulty is not big, both men and women are suitable for all ages - fresh air, birds and flowers, every visitor's face is written with a happy heart
[consumption] First of all, this is free of charge - public toilet resources are also in place. There are many tea houses and farmhouse restaurants outside the scenic spot, and the price is within reasonable limits.
[Go to way]
1. Walk. If you are staying at a nearby hotel or homestay, you can walk to it.
2. Self-driving/taking a taxi. There are parking lots in Jiuxi Yanchang and Longjing Village, which can be driven by car or taxi.
3. Bus. There are also bus stops nearby, but there are fewer trains.
4. Bicycle. A lot of people have been riding bicycles along the way, which is also a good way. (We also saw the skateboarding, the young people are really very fun and creative, and there is a feeling that someone will step on a scooter or roller skating...)
The Nine Creeks in the Misty Forest are commonly called "Nine Creeks and Eighteen Caves". They are located just below the crest of Jiguan (Cockscomb) Hill to the west of West Lake. The nine creeks merge and flow together until they form a Y-shaped brook. The name "Nine Creeks in the Misty Forest" comes from the thick mists that descend on the forested slopes of the nearby Bajue (Eight Senses) Mountain after every rain storm. The entire valley is filled with fog that wreathes the trees in an intoxicatingly beautiful way. This is also the place where authentic Shiling Longjing Dragon's Well tea comes from. It is a wonderful place to enjoy tea with friends and family in a beautiful and iconic setting.