Rimed Trees in Jilin
Last updated by fabiowzgogo at 2014/5/1
The rimed trees in Jilin are commonly called tree hangings. In winter, the Songhua River (about 50km) keeps flowing through Jilin despite the subfreezing temperature, and the vapor rising from the surface of the river freezes when it meets the pines and willows ashore. Thus encrusted with layers upon layer of ice, the tree branches and twigs look transparent and form a spectacular crystal world that never fails to attract visitors.
Whenever the rimed trees come, the ten mile long bank of Songhua River appears a landscape as: the willows are full of silver flower and the chrysanthemum is hanging on the pine trees which bring people into a beautiful fairyland.
What makes Jilin Rimed Trees different from other three natural wonders is its unpredictability. The coming and leaving of the rimed trees are all silently and quietly without any foreboding.
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How to Get There?
If you start from the train station, you can take No.3 bus to get off at Jiangcheng Square, and then walk for a while to get there. If you start from the bus station, walk out of the station to turn left, and walk along the road till the crossroad, go across it, you can find the Taoyuan Square. There are many buses to pass by Jiangcheng, you can take any of them to get off at Jiangcheng Square.
1. Beat travel time: December, January, February 2. Jilin Rimed Trees Hotel is located in the North Country Jiangcheng which is adjacent to Longtan Mountain in the east, Songhua River in the west. You can appreciate the beautiful river and willow in winter and the extending the green mountain here. With its convenient transportation and predominant geographical position, the hotel is the only four star level tour hotel in Jilin
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