From Lhasa to Namco, 109 National Highway is needed. The viewing platform of Nianqing Tanggula Mountain (4640 meters above sea level) is the best place to view the main peak of Qingtanggula Mountain (7111 meters above sea level). In fact, "viewing platform" is a temporary stop on the side of the highway, a row of ordinary houses with small shops, bathrooms, and a parking lot with a small area. By the side of the highway, the crossbow flutters with the wind; in the distance, mountains are lofty and snow-covered. Blue sky, white clouds, snow mountains, black and white yaks, as well as dancing in the wind, all of which constitute a colorful picture. Special tips, there are many places in Tibetan scenic spots where Tibetans will put some dogs (nicknamed : Tibetan mastiff). When you take photos, don't take them into your lens, in case you don't take photos carefully. Don't blame me me me me for not reminding you, you just wait for those Tibetans to blame you. Because you have to give them whatever they ask you for. It is said that the police will be biased towards Tibetans.
The Nianqing Tanggula Mountains, located in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, belong to the fault-block mountains. It runs through the middle and eastern part of Tibet, extending eastward from the Gangdise Mountains. It extends southeast to the Boshura Mountains in the southwestern part of Hengduan Mountains, and protrudes slightly northward in the central part. At the same time, Tibet is divided into three regions: northern Tibet, southern Tibet and southeastern Tibet. South-east near the Yarlung Zangbo River turning point of the Namgabawa Peak. The Nianqing Tanggula Mountains are controlled by the East-West Nujiang fault zone and Yarlung Zangbo fault zone. The compression fold is a high mountain system with an average altitude of more than 6000 meters. Its ridge line is located to the west of Dangxiong-Yangbajing, with a total length of 1400 kilometers, an average width of 80 kilometers, an altitude of 5000-6000 meters. The main peak of Nianqing Tanggula is 7111 meters above sea level, with white snow covered all the year round. The Nianqing Tanggula Mountains are also the largest glacier area in the southeastern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. The western section is the boundary between the inward and outflow areas, and the eastern section is the watershed of the Yarlung Zangbo and Nujiang rivers. On the northwest side is the Great Lake Area of Northern Tibet, the largest of which is Namco Lake. Legend has it that there is a mysterious Crystal Palace in Mount Qingtanggula. The door of the palace is inlaid with all kinds of gems, which shines in all directions. The bottom of the palace is a sea of dew. The middle part is filled with rainbow and mist. There are white clouds on the top of the palace. When the dew stops, the flowers blossom around it.
The 5,190-meter Yakou scenery after the snow is really beautiful. Of course, we should be careful about the trap traps of Tibetans. We should not shoot the Bull-Head stocks and Mani piles. Tibetans chase money and ask for two or three hundred openings. It is simply extortion, regardless of the local authorities. This situation should be tried in the Mainland. If rental SUV self-driving recommended displacement of more than 3.0, I this 2.7 hegemony climbing steep slopes a little hard.
Nianqing Tanggula Mountain is the most famous snow mountain in Tibet. He is also the watershed between the Yangtze River and Nujiang River. In the records of Ben religion, Nian Qing Tangla is one of the three sacred mountains in Tibet, one of the nine sacred mountains, and the first of the thirteen sacred mountains. As a sacred mountain, there is a sacred lake accompanied by nature. This sacred lake is the famous Namco. They have also become one of the three famous mountains and sacred lakes in Tibet. The Nianqing Tanggula Pass is different from the Tanggula Pass. It is the Tanggula Pass that travels by train from Qinghai to Tibet. The cars from Lhasa to Namco need to pass through the Nianqing Tanggula Pass.
Standing here overlooking the rolling Nianqing Tanggula Mountains, I think of the Nianqing Tanggula Mountains in Tibet mentioned in the geography textbooks of my school days. Now standing here, looking at the Nianqing Tanggula Mountains in the distance, I have an unspeakable excitement in my heart.
Because the memory of the mobile phone is not too much, so I did not take too many pictures, overall feeling is good, see very spectacular. Legend has it that Nianqing Tanggula Mountain and Namutuo are a couple. The scenic spot now sees Nianqing Tanggula Mountain, followed by Namutuo.
The Nianqing Tanggula Mountains are one of the main mountains in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau of China. It runs across the central and eastern part of Tibet, extending eastward from the Gangdise Mountains. The total length is 1400 kilometers and the average width is 80 kilometers. The elevation ranges from 5000 to 6000 meters, and the main peak of Nianqing Tanggula is 7111 meters above sea level. In the sunshine, the main peak of Nianqing Tanggula Mountain is especially clear, like a mighty warrior guarding Namu Lake. The climate of the plateau is often changeable, sometimes windy, sometimes cloudy, the lake is still sparkling, with a different charm.