The Mulanweichang National Forest Park is located where Hebei Province and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region meet. As an imperial honing garden of Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911 ) , the park covers an area of 1.41 million mu, including a forested area of one million mu. At the junction of the forests and the grassland, the park has the topography and vegetation of both, in addition to abundant unique natural scenic spots. In the park tourists can view towering mountains and a vast expanse of grassland, a bird's-eye-view of a sea of trees, the boundless grassland and deep quiet lakes At different spots and to different seasons, the park presents different feasts for the senses.
The Mulanweichang rorest Park provides a favorable natural environment for wildlife. It is home of mare than 100 species of wild animals and birds, such as leopards, deer, Mongolian gaeelles, pheasants and swans.
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