Haba snow Mountain
In the southeast of Shangri-la County lie the Haba Snow Mountains that are named after the "Haba Village" at the foot. Haba means "the place for bumper grain harvests" in the Naxi Language. The Haba Snow Mountains go from north to south, and their towering 5,396-meter peak surrounded by four minor peaks is just like a crown shining in the distance.
Due to the great differences in altitude, there are different climate types in the mountains, which make the region the distribution center of the azalea, the primrose and the gentian, and the celebrated flowers have gained the reputation of "the mother of world gardens" for the Haba Snow Mountain.
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