#1. East Hulun Buir Grassland
This fertile land is adorned with hundreds of silver chains and numerous pearls. The rivers and lakes originating from the Greater Xing’an Mountain that ranges across eastern Inner Mongolia and Heilongjiang Province. Rivers in Hulun Buir share one feature.
#2. Ili Grassland
The Ili Grassland lies in a fold of the Tianshan Mountains, one of the largest mountain ranges in Asia. Surrounded by ridges on three sides, it is open on the west to humid currents of air. A vertical division of grassland belts has been formed ranging through frigid meadows, montane meadows, montane meadow steppe, montane steppe, montane desert steppe, plain desert and river valley meadows.
#3. Xilin Gol
Xilin Gol means ”river on the plateau” in the Mongolian language. This grassland covers more than 200,000 square kilometers on the Mongolian Plateau.
To the east and north of Xilin Hot, the Ujimqin Grassland stretches far away. The terrain is flat, with numerous rivers and small lakes.
#4. Western Sichuan Frigid Grassland
The Bumyak Grassland, with an altitude of 3,800-4,500 meters, is the largest in the central Shaluli Range in the Hengduan Mountains. The Sichuan-Tibet highway extends 100 kilometers along the north of the grassland.
#5. Nagqu (Nakchu)
Nagqu is the name of a river in northern Tibet. Originating on the southern slope of the Thanglha Mountains, the river runs through Amdo, Nagqu, Biru, Sog and Baqen counties, where the land is vast, and low hills are interspersed with valleys.
#6. Qilian Mountain Grassland
About 570 million years ago, tremendous changes took place in northwest China. When the sea subsided, the Qilian Mountain Grassland arose. ”Qilian” is a term ancient nomadic Hun living in north China used to refer to the ”heavenly mountain”.