The Guxiang Lake, situated in the Guxiang Village, west of the Bomi town, is a part of Bomi’s mother river- Palongzhangbu. 35 kilometers from the town and 2,600 meters above the sea level, the lake is 5 km long, 1-2 km wide and 20 meters deep. The lake came into being as a result of the landslide in 1653 that blocked the river. Today it is among the most well-known fresh water lakes in the southeast of Tibet. Surrounded with mountains, the lake is simply pretty, tranquil and vast. Owing to its mild climate and low altitude, the pine and cedar trees are evergreen on the lake banks for the four seasons of a year.

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