This place is good only if you are interested in taking a horse ride. The horses are pulled by Tibetans trying to make some money. You can opt for an hour or a 2 hour ride. I think it was ¥100 per person per hour. It was a nice little ride as it is quite a scenic route but be prepared to be scammed as half way up they will take you to a spot where they said you can pray and make your wish for good health etc.you will be given some joysticks and flags which you hv to pay for. I think it was ¥ 50 per person.This money actually goes to the Tibetan workers ( the ones pulling the horses) cos the horses don't belong to them and the money which was paid earlier on does not go to them. We did not mind as they were pleasant and it is hard work walking the horses up and down the hilly route.
Do take your rain coat with you cos half way through it was raining (typical during summer months) although it was not very heavy.
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