Nujiang

Stone Moon. Image: Sun Fei

Nujiang (怒江)

Nujiang (怒江)

Nujiang in northwest Yunnan borders on Myanmar and Tibet. The sparsely populated prefecture includes a concentration of the Lisu ethnic peoples. The Nu River (怒江, also known as the Salween) forged a rugged canyon through the region. High mountains rise on either side of the river, providing opportunities for the relatively few trekkers who venture to the area.

Learn more about Nujiang:

The Enchanting Remoteness of Yunnan’s Nujiang Canyon

Spotlight: Grand Canyon of the East

Building ‘The Lodge’ in Yunnan’s Rugged Northwest

The Shelter: An Eco-Friendly Outpost in Yunnan’s Untamed Northwest

Cizhong to Dimaluo trek

Over the Mountain: From the Salween to the Mekong