Going in the direction of Xiangshuiwan, in fact, it is down the stream, the whole journey is in the dense virgin forest, the scenery is very charming.
This section of the road retains the original form of the original forest to the utmost extent. Whether it is a plank road or a bridge, it is very simple and fits well with the surrounding natural environment. From the Lien Chan Trail to the Xiangshui Bay, there is basically no uphill direction and it is easier to walk.
Going deep into the scenic spot is the famous red pine forest. The red pine forest of Wuying is very famous and has the reputation of Hongsongs hometown. The biggest red pine here is over 800 years old. There were a lot of fallen trees along the way, and many of the big trees were blown down by the wind in the 2008 windstorm.
When I came to Yichun, I was always asking the locals in a silly question. Where is Xiaoxing'anling? Many local people have been stupid by my silly question! In fact, Xiaoxing'anling is the general name of the mountain north of the Songhua River, with more than 70,000 square kilometers, and the area of Yichun is less than 40,000 square kilometers. The whole Yichun is in the hinterland of Xiaoxing'anling. In other words, the forest farms in Yichun belong to Xiaoxing'anling.
The variety of plants along the way is very rich, rich enough to basically never seen! When I was a child, I saw Jules Verne's "Mysterious Island". There was a young naturalist. When he fell into the mysterious island, he walked into the virgin forest and was shocked by the rich flora and fauna of the island. Walking in the Wuying scenic spot, this moment can deeply appreciate the mood of the naturalist.
Wuying National Forest Park is located in the north of Heilongjiang Province, belonging to the south slope forest region in Xiaoxing'anling. In the summer and autumn, the forest park is rich in vegetation with pleasant temperatures. It is very suitable to relax there. The negative ion content in the air of the forest park is very high. Here, you must take a walk on the wooden plank road, breathe in pure and fresh air, and enjoy a "bath" in the pure forest. You can often see naive, cute squirrels eating pine nuts with bulged cheeks.