Last updated by meimeili at 2013-11-4
Shidu(Ten Ferries) Overview
Shidu refers to the beautiful gorge on the Juma River between Zhangfang and the town of Shidu, which is at the end of the gorge. Shidu means Ten Crossings in Chinese.
The name comes from the fact that before the new modern road and bridges were built, travelers had to cross the river 10 times as they traveled through the gorge between Zhangfang and Shidu. In 1986, Shidu was nominated as the eighth among the top 16 attractions of Beijing.
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Ten Ferries scenic area refer to the upper and middle drainage of the Juma River in Fangshan District .
How to Get There?
There are buses to Shidu both at the Tianqiao and Liuliqiao bus stations, but the best option is to take a train at the Yongdingmen Railway Station. Normally a single day will be enough for the whole excursion.
8:00 am to 6: 00 pm
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