The Qinling Mountains, stretching 1,600 kilometers like a giant dragon, start from Gansu Province in the west to Henan Province in the east. Featured scenery can be discovered in the steep hills, majestic valleys and hidden rivers.
Though slightly cold in October, the Qinling Mountains is immersed in the enchanting red. Trees such as Sumac, maple, and birch are turning red after wind and frost, bringing beautiful glow to the hillsides and trails in the autumn sunlight.
The Liuba County, located in the southern hinterland of the Qinling Mountains, has a forest coverage rate of 91.23%, ranking first in northwest China. It perfectly combines the natural environment with the unique cultural landscape. Every fall, the undulating mountains are covered with hundreds of trees in splendid colors.
This year, the highlighted viewing spots of Liuba Red Leaf Festival are Qinling Scenic Avenue, Secret Land of Red Leaf, and Red Leaf Feasts, also with other scenic spots recommended. Let's go and check them out!