Asihatu Stone Forest is located in the northeast part of Kesheketeng Qi. Here, chains of mountains stand one behind the other, peaks hand in hand. Odd-shaped stones expose on the peak, which is the unusual stone forest of granite. Glacial denudation and water erosion are two main reasons for its forming, so it is also called “Glacier Stone Forest”.
Visitors can enjoy a beautiful landscape here all year around. Asihatu Stone Forest is situated in the range of Great Khingan. Here thousands of screen-like hills stand together with green trees, presenting a magnificent sight; the forests are lush and dense; flowers of all sorts are blooming in a riot of color in this vast grassland. This place has typical alpine wetland characteristics: it will rain if there are clouds in summer, and it will snow when there are clouds in winter, however, this is a rare treasure place for photographing. Seen far away, Asihatu Stone Forest is just like the Great Wall of China erected on the top of Great Khingan; Seen at close distance, it looks like many scattered castles which are telling the changes of history. From different angles, each stone pillar or even the whole stone forest emerge phantasmagoria. Place yourself here, you will can’t help haunting many imaginations and enjoy loosing your imaginations.