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Hikking free

Nice to hikke and roam around for free with no fences. Always take a rain coat with you, weather... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
geraldine A A
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tagong Grassland

The drive to Lhagong (Ch: Tagong) passes through nomadic valleys. Travelers can stop to explore the... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2017
Lhasa, China
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Within Kangding County, Kangding County 626000, China
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Nice to hikke and roam around for free with no fences. Always take a rain coat with you, weather can change in a minute from sunny to snow storm. Horse riding is possible At the end of may the nights are syill pretty cold Worth...More

Thank geraldine A A
Reviewed 10 March 2017

The drive to Lhagong (Ch: Tagong) passes through nomadic valleys. Travelers can stop to explore the sights and scenery of the area. Guests will stay in Lhagong at the home of a local monk and his mother, who have converted their home into a guesthouse....More

Thank CJTibet
Reviewed 6 November 2016

big and stunning but not more grass as maybe autumn last month. but love the place to take walk and see the white towers, horses and snow mountain. not bad

Thank iamface
Reviewed 12 October 2016

The grassland still maintain its original charm, although the surrounding has gradually become modernized.

Thank Gabinwong
Reviewed 3 October 2016

Tagong is amazing, I wish I had spent another day or two there. I could have taken a longer hike and stayed in a monastery for the night. But the two days I did spend were spent alone walking around a very small village and...More

Thank Emma L
Reviewed 13 September 2016

We arrived in Tagong from Kangding with a public bus which leaves Kangding at 6am (I think is the only one of the day). It costs around 30RMB and takes little less than 3 hours. We arrived at Tagong at 9 and stayed at Khampa...More

2  Thank giulia c
Reviewed 10 October 2015

Tagong is not far from Kangding and definitely worth the experience. We stayed at Jyo Drolma's in the back left corner of the square and it was nice. We hiked and rode horses around tagong and both were fun experiences. Returning from the nunnery the...More

1  Thank JWinkle
Reviewed 13 August 2015

I went from Kangding to Tagong and back to Kangding. I stayed two nights and wish I could have stayed longer. Although there are not many things to do or see in town besides a monastry at the town square and a nunnery and bigger...More

2  Thank Faina P
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Went for a 2d/1n nomad homestay ride arranged by Angela at Khampa Café. Staying with Phuntsok and his family has been a highlight in our trip, not so much for the scenery (green hills at 4000+m altitude), but for the cultural immersion. Note that this...More

2  Thank azzaren
Reviewed 11 June 2015

You can visit the grassland just by walking from Tagong village. It is just what you would expect from the Western Sichuan mountain regions. Vast fields with yak scattered between the greens and browns of the flowing hills. And all that with Mt. Yala towering...More

Thank Chinetics
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