TRAVEL Spectacular views along 180-kilometer road in N China

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Spectacular views along 180-kilometer road in N China

Zhang Yu | chinadaily.com.cn

08:22, May 25, 2018

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

 

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Check out the spectacular views along a 180-kilometer road in Chengde, North China's Hebei province. Named "No 1 Scenery Road ", it starts from Saihanba National Forest Park, China's largest man-made woodland, and ends at Datan town in Fengning Manchu autonomous county. The road is well-traveled place due to its roadside scenery, which includes forests, grasslands, lakes, wetlands and hills. [Photo provided to China Daily]

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