Southern Route: the State Highway No. 318 (2, I 59 kilometers)
Chengdu (149 km)-Ya'an (166 km)Luding (54km)-Kangding (156 km)-Yajiang (129 km)-Litang (189 km)-Batang (105 km)Markam (158 km)-Zogang (107 km)-Bamda (94 km)-Baxoi (217 km)-Bomi (215 km)Nyingchi (147 km)-Gongbo'gyamda (200 km)Maizhokunggar (73 km)-Lhasa
Northern Route: the State Highway No. 317 (2,407 kilometers)
Chengdu (369 km)-Kangding (218 km)Dawu (164 km)-Garze (213 km)-Dege ( 10 1 km)-Jomda (122 km)-Toba (104 km)-Qamdo (170 km)-Bamda (94 km)-Baxoi (217 km)Bomi (215 km)-Nyingchi (147 km)Gongbo'gyamda (200 km)-Maizhokunggar (73 km)-Lhasa
Beginning at Chengdu, the Sichuan-Tibet Highway extends to the south and north at Xinduqiao via Wan and Kangding and joins together again at Bamda after entering Tibet. This highway has a high elevation and winds its way around mountains. During the rainy season it is blocked up owing to the landslide.
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