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Shidu: A Classic Short Trip from Tianjin to Beijing

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Every now and then, it does some good for city dwellers to get out of the city and take to the mountains to rejuvenate themselves and appreciate some of the beautiful natural scenes that China has to offer. Although Beijing’s name is rarely considered synonymous with natural landscapes, the capital is in fact home to some breath-taking mountains which serve as perfect remedy for escaping the hustle and bustle of city life and get back to nature. Luckily for Tianjiners residing a short train ride away from the capital, all that Beijing has to offer is also within arm’s reach. For those looking for this exact opportunity to appreciate mountains and natural beauty, look no further than Shidu (鍗佹浮), a town and scenic area located in Beijing’s South West district of Fangshan.
 
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The Story of Shidu 
 
The town derives its name from its literal meaning as “Shidu” translates to ‘Ten Crossings’. Through its meandering valleys, the River Juma helped inspire the name as it was said that one had to cross the river ten times to reach the main town. Shidu lies around 80km south west of downtown Beijing, close to the border of Hebei province and should be on the top of your excursion list if you want to do something slightly different from the classic tourist activities and destinations that Beijing has to offer.  
 
The scenic area itself features beautiful karst mountain topography as a result of River Juma cutting through Taihang Mountain. In fact, it is home to the largest karst mountains in Northern China and presents stunning views comparable to that of China’s famous karst landscape destinations of Guilin and Yangshuo. Therefore, for those who can’t quite afford the time to travel to Southern China, look no further than right on your doorstep to find beautiful views in the “Guilin of the North”. However, unlike Guilin, Shidu offers adventure lovers as well as history buffs a special something to remember courtesy of its defining features and experiences.
 
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Adventures galore 
 
If you’re looking to get a real feel of the story of Shidu and how it got its name, visitors can do several short ferry crossings across the river. At the end of each ferry ride there is something special to give you a taste of uniqueness of individual villages and sites in Shidu. There’s certainly a real sense of historicism with memorial sites dotting the entire area. At crossing number three, you will come across Muke Fortress where legend tells that it belonged to Mu Guiying, a distinguished female military leader during the Song Dynasty. Other culture lovers or geology geeks can keep an eye out for serene pagodas or jump at the chance to visit the surrounding caves to view thousand-year old stalagmite formations. It’s a hikers dream. 
 
When you aren't paying attention to these sites and the stories which accompany them, let the beauty of Shidu astound you. Truly a paradise for budding photographers, there’s plenty to keep you busy and you must keep your eyes alert for the best snapshots to show off your trip. 
 
Without doubt, Shidu’s outstanding defining features are the adventure activities that are on offer here. If you’re visiting in a group, you might like to try rafting across the rivers. Although this activity might look daunting at first, it is in fact not as hard as it might seem and those taking part are fully kitted out with safety equipment such as life jackets to keep you afloat should you get your head a little wet. Other water based activities include tubing down the river. It’s great fun during the summer when surrounded by friends. You’ll undoubtedly laugh out loud as you get involved. 
 
A trip to Shidu simply cannot be summarised without the mention of bungee jumping. Many visitors go to Shidu for this sole reason. If you’re feeling brave enough, you can take the plunge from a 55 metre fall. Unleash the extreme sportiest in you and have a try! Prices are reasonable but truly the experience of freefalling towards a river is unforgettable and priceless in itself. It’s safe to say, if you bungee jump in Shidu, not only are you conquering fears and getting a healthy dose of that adrenalin kick, but you’ll most certainly not forget the place in any hurry. 
 
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Up, Up and Away 
 
The fun doesn’t stop at extreme sports at Shidu. As if being among the mountains wasn’t enough, there are plenty of opportunities to climb up high and overlook the mountainous village area. A crossbreed between extreme sports and sight-seeing, visitors might opt for a hot air balloon ride to see Shidu in all its glory. Elsewhere, you’ll find plenty of chances to take a cable car ride up to the tallest sections of the mountains.  
 
Make sure to visit the Sky Walk, two cable car rides away to a metal platform with a glass platform on which visitors can stand. This isn’t for the faint hearted. If you’re scared of heights, be careful when you look down – these views hover directly over the river and cliffs below. Simply imagining the glass disappearing before your feet, leaving you to fall right into the river below you is enough for even the bravest people to start having sweaty palms. However, if you can nail the Sky Walk at Shidu, you’ve truly championed the place and have experienced exactly why Shidu makes a classic and perfect excursion from Tianjin. 
 
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