I like to live in a place where I can see snow mountains or the sea. Yulong Lacuo is the Tibetan name of Xinluhai. It is said that the hero of the famous Tibetan epic "Gesar King Biography" came to the lake and was attracted by the beautiful lakes and mountains and the quiet environment. The lake is lingering on the side of the lake, and her heart that mourns the beautiful rivers and mountains is still at the bottom of the sea. In order to commemorate the Zhumu, the descendants named Yulong Lacuo, meaning the heart of the holy lake. The lake water has different colors due to seasonal changes. It may be due to the influence of the rainy season, and the clouds in the sky are thicker, the lake is slightly turbid, like a pool of milk, very beautiful and quiet.
Very small attractions, worth a look.
The end of Xinluhai is a few snow-capped mountains. The end of the lake is not far from the end, but it is such a small lake. It takes an hour or two to walk to the end. There are strange rocks on the lakeside. When we entered the new road, we took off our coats and took pictures. But the more we went inside, the darker we went, and then we looked at the lake and guessed why the water was this color, but walked away. I felt the snow fell on my body and looked up. The snow-capped mountains at the top of the snow began to snow.
Soon after Dege came out, it was necessary to climb the highest road in Sichuan, the famous dangerous road on the Sichuan-Tibet Highway - Queer Mountain. This is not an easy path. The mountain body of Queer Mountain is composed of granite intrusion. After the action of flowing water and glaciers, the peaks and peaks are jagged, and people in the mountains are like being in the world. As if to appease our frightened eyes, and down the Queer Mountain, it is the famous ice-etching lake in Ganzi Prefecture - Xinluhai. Here, tenderness is like water. The melting of the Queer Mountain glaciers and snow is continuously injected into the new road sea, and the stream flowing from the lake tail is one of the sources of the Tuqu River. "Xinluhai" is said to be named after the road-building army of the Sichuan-Tibet Highway. Its Tibetan name is Yulong Lacuo, which is related to the woman of King Gesar. I dont know if its related, but the beauty of Yulong Lacuo is refined. Surrounded by plateau spruce, fir, cypress, rhododendron and meadows, the lake is surrounded by blue sky and white clouds, snow-capped peaks, glacier flashes, green mountains, green grass and sparkling clouds.
Yulong Lacuo is the dojo of the Tibetan Buddhist auspicious Sakya Yulong Lagar Temple and the living place of Shengle King Kong. The white snow mountain of Yulong Lacuo is the dojo of Guanyin Bodhisattva. The overlapping peaks are the dojo of the Vajrapani Bodhisattva. The yellow grassland in the east is the dojo of Manjushri. Every year, the yellow sand in the lake will naturally emerge from the Tibetan calendar. The beautiful blue waters of the lake alternate with different colors as the seasons. Yulong Lacuo's face is like the flowers in the years, fresh and elegant. Your serene beauty forms a beautiful style on the Sichuan-Tibet Northern Line. If you have never seen the green lake and flowing white clouds of Yulong Latcu, you may regret it for a long time...
a green water, lying quietly in the mountains In the embrace of the morning, the thin mist of the morning is filled with the water above the lake. There is a kind of fairyland meaning, quiet and auspicious. Perhaps only one of the unknown birds in the morning swept past the lake to break the silence that seemed to solidify. By the lake, many Mani stones stand on the undulating grass. The devout Tibetan compatriots are engraved on the stone with solemn vajronogini, Manjushri, Vajrapani Bodhisattva, Guanyin Bodhisattva, Lotus Master, Vajrasattva and many other Buddha statues, as well as the seeds and spells of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. The holy six-character mantra of Mani Stone is a natural success. In the Capricorn of the years, the spirit and blessings are integrated into the heavens and the earth.