Langmusi - 郎木寺
Pictures of Langmusi in Kham Region
Langmusi is located in a varied natural environment that makes it an ideal starting point for hiking or horseback riding. Mainly populated by Tibetans, the village is also home to a large Hui community and Goloks.
Located on the border between Gansu and Sichuan, Langmusi has a temple in each region. The Gansu side has several large halls surrounded by forest and is located on the hillside overlooking the village. At the top of it is a heavenly burial site.
The Sichuan side is essentially a place of study because it includes several colleges. Going beyond it, you reach the entrance of the gorge, where many Katas are hung on trees and rock. Sacred caves are located next door but they contain nothing remarkable. Prayer mills turn with the current of the torrent.
A set worthy of the United States or Australia and aptly named “Red Rock Mountain” overlooking the entrance of the village. The source of the Silver Dragon River is also a popular excursion.