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China’s Route 66, this 133km stretch of picturesque patchwork grassland, dotted with Mongolian yurts and grazing cattle, meanders from Zhangbei to Chongli.
Huapiling scenic area70-MILES AWAYn drive / 61 km
A natural boundary between the counties of Zhangbei and Chongli, Huapaling encompasses vast stretches of mountains swathed in birch, larch and pine forest. Great for hiking and cycling.
Cuiyun Mountain Forest Park58-MILES AWAYn drive / 43 km
Forested area spanning 78 square kilometers and comprising over 20 peaks. War games, canopy walks and zip-lining available.
Ice & Snow Museum Chongli38-MILES AWAYn drive / 25.5 km
The largest museum of its kind in China, covering 2,600 square meters. Showcases the history and development of winter sports.
Local food + drink
Izakaya Momoko2-MILES AWAYn walk / 200 m
Elegant, clean-lined eatery offering a variety of Japanese cuisine including sushi with freshly ground wasabi and freshly pulled noodles.
Thaiwoo Brew House4-MILES AWAYn walk / 400 m
Casual eatery run by a Scandinavian-team offering house-brewed beer and American, Italian and German fare. A great après-ski venue, come afternoon.
Huicui All Day Dining Restaurant1-MILES AWAYn walk / 100 m
Café specializing in Cantonese cuisine including dim sum, rice porridge, noodles and hotpot. Also offers an international buffet.
Peak Restaurant 216030-MILES AWAYn journey / 2.2 km
Large alpine-style lodge at the top of the highest mountain offering a variety of hearty cuisine alongside great mountain views. Open during the winter season only.