Hadamen National Forest Park
A glimpse of the scenery of Hadamen National Forest Park [Photo/nmqq.gov.cn]
Hadamen National Forest Park is situated in the northern slope of Daqing Mountain in Wuchuan county, Hohhot, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region. It is 27 kilometers from downtown Hohhot.
Approved by the National Forestry Bureau in April 1992, the park covers 38 square kilometers with the forest coverage ratio of 82.5 percent. The park boasts abundant natural resources. Lush vegetation and hearty trees decorate the mountain, creating a green paradise. Lively wild animals can be found everywhere in the park, including deer, foxes, wolves, and titmice.
More than 30 highlights are dotted in the park, linked by a 1.2 km-long walkway. The tourism facilities are well equipped, including summer resort villas, traditional Mongolian yurts, restaurants, and swimming pools. Additionally, cultural performances and activities will be held in the park from time to time.
Traditional Mongolian yurts are built in the park. [Photo/wuchuan.gov.cn]
Scenic Spot level: AAA
Opening hours: 8:30-18:00 (The park will be closed in summer in case of forest fire.)
Recommended visiting time: all year
Recommended duration for a visit: One day
Ticket price: 40 yuan ($6)
Half price for children and elderly visitors
Address: Wuchuan county, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region