[Bingzhongluo] is located in the north of Gongshan Dulong Nu Autonomous County, which is under the jurisdiction of Gongshan Dulong Nu Autonomous County, Nujiang Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province. Bingzhongluo is close to the Nu River, surrounded by mountains, surrounded by many unique and beautiful attractions, such as the first bay of the Nu River, Taohua Island, Shimenguan, etc....
Bingzhongluo is located in Nujiang Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Bingzhongluo is an irregular quadrilateral, with a north high and south low terrain, the highest peak Gawa Gapu Snow Mountain is 5128 meters, and snow is accumulated throughout the year. The lowest altitude is 1430 meters on the river at the junction with Pengdang Township. The Nu River, which is 1540 kilometers long, is from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau through mountains and valleys. It is blocked by the mountains near Ridan Village, Bingzhongluo Town, Gongshan Dulong and Nu Autonomous County, Yunnan Province at the junction of the Tibetan and Tibetan areas. The flow of the river has changed from north to south to east to west, and after more than 300 meters of outflow, It was blocked by Danla Mountain, and had to turn from west to east again, forming a semicircle of the Great Bay, known as the first bay of the Nu River.
There are many attractions in Bingzhongluo Scenic Area, all very beautiful. Such as the picturesque landscape of Bazi, Nujiang First Bay, Shimenguan, Taohua Island, Qiuli Village, Wuli Village, Kantong Village and other ancient village scenic spots, Gongdang Shenshan, Gawa Gapu Snow Mountain and other ten natural landscapes such as Shenshan, as well as Chongding Church, Qiuli Church, White Hanluo Church, Puhua Temple and other multi-religious ancient temple groups.
Wuli Village is a quiet and beautiful small village on the ancient tea horse road. It is located in the north of Bingzhongluo Town, Gongshan County, Nujiang Province, Yunnan Province. It is opposite the Nu River on the way to Qiunnatong Village. There are about 60 families in the village, including Tibetans, Nu and Yi people. They are very simple and hospitable. Du Niang described Wuli Village like this: a beautiful small valley is located in a beautiful and refined mountain village, this beauty makes all people marvel! This is a dreamlike place to be visited by the gods, so clear and refined, any gorgeous language to describe her beauty is pale, this is the village of Wuli. The pastoral scenery should be the most appropriate description of Wuli Village. No modern traffic, no steel-barred high-rise buildings, no bustling and bustling city, only simple villagers, quiet fields and original villages.