Xiangpi Pass

Xiangpi Pass is an epic climb in Tibet

Xiangpi Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.824m (12,545ft) above the sea level, located In Gonghe County, in Qinghai Province, China under the administration of Hainan Prefecture.

The road to the summit, also known as Liushaogou Pass, is paved in very good conditions, pretty steep in parts. It’s called G109 highway (Qinghai-Tibet Highway). The highway was constructed in 1950, and opened in 1954.

The pass is 48.5 km long running east-west from G6 Expressway to Heimahexiang. It has been climbed in the Tour of Quinghai Lake, a cycling pofesional race in Asia. Along the road, the landscape is majestic.
Road suggested by: Jorge Manuel Gómez Sánchez
Pic: kc win


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