A truly beautiful valley. Soaring snow capped peaks, waterfalls everywhere you look, green flower covered grasslands, lakes, and rivers.
I'd recommend taking the bus to the top of the park and following the boardwalk all the way down. We had the whole place to ourselves once we were away from the bus stop, everyone else preferring to take the bus which stops at various points throughout the valley. The only fresh food available at the time we went was Chinese BBQ and wild mushroom and gourd soup. Both delicious and not badly priced. There's also the option to buy instant noodles but if this isn't your thing take food with you.
You can walk the majority of the park in one long day (we did around 7-8 hours leisurely walking). As it was getting near to closing we were made to get on a bus by a park worker to the final stop before the entrance but by this point we had seen most of the best parts of the park. Do get out at the final stop before the park entrance though, as it's a beautiful grassland valley with a river running through it.
Note that it appeared that there wasn't a footpath between the final stop and the park entrance which would leave you walking down the road with buses going past you. Most of this last bit is in a long tight ravine without views so you're not missing out by taking a bus here. Also some sections of the boardwalk were closed when we were there. Heavy rain had caused the river to swell and damage and submerge parts of the boardwalk. You can choose to navigate around the barriers but do so at your own risk.
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