Located in northwest Hebei Province, Huailai is China’s wine and grape capital. Huailai County has a long history and many tourist attractions. Historic sites include a section of the Great Wall built by the Yan state during the Warring States period (475–221 BCE) and the stone caves carved during the Northern Wei era (386-535) at Tianhuang Mountain (“Celestial Emperor Mountain”). Huanglongshan Village (“Yellow Dragon Mountain Village”), on the north side of Huailai, is a scenic destination with mountain streams, meadows, and resorts. Here you can climb mountains and experience leisure activities such as an evening bonfire party where a whole goat is roasted.