Jiuzhaigou National Park is all about seeing the wonderful attractions. When you travel to Jiuzhaigou, you should not miss the charming photography places. The colors of its lakes, trees and mountains are breathtaking and defy adequate description. The altitude changes within the Jiuzhaigou National Park to create continual variations of flora, which give each lake and waterfall a unique quality. Jiuzhaigou Valley is made up with Shuzheng Valley, Rize Valley and Zechawa Valley, arranged in a "Y" shape. Formed in large part by glacial avalanching, Jiuzhaigou Valley covers an area of 720 sq. km. (278 sq. mi.).
Shuzheng Valley -- As a main tourist route of Jiuzhaigou Valley, Shuzheng Valley is about 14 km. (8 mi.) in length with over 40 lakes, representing 40% of all the lakes in Jiuzhaigou National Park. When you travel to Jiuzhaigou, you should not miss the amazing attractions such as Nuorilang Waterfall, Double-Dragon Lake and Reed Lake in Shuzheng Valley. Nuorilang Waterfall, one of the defining symbols of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, will give you a wonderful landscape of the the broadest waterfall in Jiuzhaigou Valley, in fact the broadest highland waterfall in the whole of China.
Zechawa Valley -- This valley starts from Nuorilang Waterfall and ends at the Long Lake. Zechawa Valley is the longest valley in Jiuzhaigou National Park and has lots of amazing attractions to visit, including Seasonal Lakes, Five Colored Pool and Long Lake. When you travel to Jiuzhaigou Valley, you should not miss these photography places. The Seasonal Lakes is made up with Lower Seasonal Lake, Middle Seasonal Lake and Upper Seasonal Lake. All the lakes have plenty of blue water due to the ample rainfall in autumn and are at a low level of green color water in spring and winter. While in the early summer, the water dries up and turns into grassland as lots of grasses grow in the riverbeds.