Beijing Shangfangshan National Forest Park
Shangfangshan, as the branch of the Mt. Yan, is located in Fangshan Districe, in the southwest of Beijing’s suburban area.
With its main peak 860 meters (2,820 feet) high, the park is characterized by vast area of woods, nine marvelous karst caves, twelve stupendous peaks, seventy-two ancient temples, and the largest stupa group in North China.
Shangfangshan National Forest Park is a natural kingdom of woods and plants. There are 645 species of plants and trees, such as oriental arborvitae, Chinese pines and oak trees. The park has 51 first-class ancient and rare trees, such as 29 meter-tall and 1000-year-old cypress and banyan. There are 4,000 second-class ancient trees. The park boasts a large variety of ancient and rare trees, which is one of the few ancient tree complexes in Beijing.
The park is also known as a Buddhist shrine for its seventy-two ancient temples. There are 72 ancient temples totally.
Add: Shengshuiyu Village, Hancunhe Town, Fangshan District
Ticket Price:50 RMB
Opening Time: 08:00-18:00
How to get there: Bus No.917 to Fangshan Bus Station, then transfer to No.15 minibus to Shangfangshan National Forest Park
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