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Shidu is famous for its beautiful natural scenes, river activities, fresh air and cool temperature. If you are looking for a place to do rock climbing, kayaking, caving or hiking, this is the place for you!
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
The Middle and Upper Reaches of the Juma River, Shidu Town, Fangshan District, Beijing 102411, China
As someone who lives in Beijing, regularly you feel the need to get out of here!
When my dad came to visit we went to see this local glass bridge. Unfortunately we came a little too early for the 3 new ones they were building...More
This is a great out door activity for all. Raft down a calm stream called “drifting” with friends, kids, family. There are also inflatable rafts to float down stream as well. We saw many horned sheep and other wild life. There are restrooms and places...More
Visited Shidu 十渡 (meaning Ten Ferries) over last 2 days of August. First took Beijing subway Fangshan line to the last stop, Suzhuang. Then Didi taxi (80 rmb per 2 people) to Shidu area. The area is divided into 10 different "ferries", there are public...More
You can take a boat cruise along the river in this park, very similar to the river in Li Jiang, Guilin! Big different? There are so many mountains that surround the park, it's almost hard to understand why there are so many of them. At...More
Beautiful area near Beijing, 120km from - this park has many fun activities for young and old. With the cable chair you can to the top of the mountain. Also bungee jumping is possible. Many restaurants are located near the river.
This trip to Shidu was one of the best and memorable visit along with very good friends in China. these friends were from different places all around the world. we had amazing moments there including Bigee Jumping which cost around 250 yuan and rip glide...More
I went there eith my chinese collegues on a saturday. We went on a hilk to the glass bridge (I think there's other glass bridge way better around Beijing). Then we went for bungee jumping. We had to wait 1h30 to jump but it was...More
Still not sure how we got there as the roads are even more chaotic than elsewhere & nobody speaks English. Still, the female population of Shidu seemed to like me (they kept coming up and asking for photos).
It's definitely all about the bungee in...More