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Fields in the sky China

There is a small rice terraces at the top of a mountain.
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You have to pay to get into this national park. Most visitor come in the morning and leave in the evening. So it’s very crowed from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. There are few basic hotels in the park.
Only local people are allowed to drive a car in the national park. When we reached the park, we found a driver. He drove us to the hotels and gave us his mobile number. We called him, when ever we needed a car. There is also a public bus transport system.

The recorded GPS-data was:
29° 21' 31.68''N 110° 27' 57.60''E
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Nearly no other people

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06:44 17:59
04:57
29°21'17.1746" N 110°28'19.3279" E

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  • Florian Müller
  • JDC
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