Icefall Tourism Festival Comes to Jiuzhaigou

The Ninth International Icefall Tourism Festival will take place at Jiuzhaigou, China, starting January 12, 2014. Jiuzhaigou is in the Sichuan province and is known for its alpine lakes, waterfalls (with turn to ice at this time of year), and virgin forests inhabited by rare animals including giant pandas and golden monkeys. Jiuzhaigou’s scenery is stunning all year round, but especially in the winter when the area’s snow-capped mountains and 114 lakes sparkle and the waterfalls freeze into stunning natural ice sculptures. The Ice Fall Tourism Festival is the prime time to visit this scenic area with beautiful surrounds, wildlife and folk culture.

 

Jiuzhaigou in the winter becomes a fairyland of glittering and translucent ice waterfalls, snow-caped mountains and sapphirine lakes covered in white.

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