This is an off-the-beaten track in Siguniang Mountains of Aba Tibetan Autonomous Region. The range of 6,000 meter peaks is less than a day drive northwest of Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province – China.
The saber shaped Mt Siguniang stands at 6,250m, the highest point of the Qionglai mountains.This pristine section of the Qionglai range is composed of three parallel north-south running valleys, namely: Shuangqiao Gully, Changping Gully and Haizi Gully.
This journey will cross the eastern Tibetan Plateau, taking us from west & northwest Yunnan to West Sichuan, through old Tibetan monastic towns. The mountain route is a challenging one, crossing several passes with the altitude exceeding 3,300 m (10,000 ft). However, the overland journey will allow us to go deep into the pockets of Tibetan life and culture; meeting the locals and visiting monasteries in remote areas. Along the route, stop to talk with lamas and learn about the intricacies of Tibetan Buddhism; Horse ride or trek in Yading Nature Reserve and walk in some of the most remote areas of China.