The Wulan Butong Grassland, located in China’s Inner Mongolia region, is famous for its idyllic landscapes.
250 miles away from Beijing, Wulan Butong is a popular travel destination. It annually draws thousands of tourists to embrace its beautiful fall palette.
Beigou, or the North Gully, is a famous spot for sunrise photography. Many photographers and tourists wake up before 5 a.m. to catch this gorgeous moment of the day.
The morning glows over the grassland.
Foliage surrounding Princess Lake turns into brilliant colors during autumn.
Many horses graze the grasslands.
Sheep are also part of the Wulan Butong fauna.
On cold days in Wulan Butong, locals enjoy hotpot.
Early morning fogs the quiet lake at Wucaishan, which translates to "colorful mountains."
Fall comes early in Wulan Butong, and frost begins to cover the plants during the crisp mornings.
Wulan Butong used to be the royal hunting ranch of the Qing emperors. Now, it is a well-known filming location, where over 60 films and TV series were produced in the past 10 years.
A track carries forage for livestock.
Vendors sell souvenirs and crafts produced by locals near tourist sites.