Enjoy the natural splendors along an explorer's trek

Publish Time: 2019-08-14 Author: Zhang Xinyue, Zhang Hao From: CGTN

28-year-old British explorer Ash Dykes has become the first person to complete a 6,400-kilometer trek along the Yangtze River, which is the longest river in Asia and the longest in the world to flow entirely in one country. The Yangtze River rises from the northern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and flows easterly to the East China Sea.

Yarlung Zangbo River. /VCG Photo

Dykes began his journey at the source of the river on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and finished near east China's Shanghai Municipality on Monday. The trip was full of unexpected challenges and difficulties. Even so, many of the phenomenal views along the journey have turned out to be mind-blowing surprises that Dykes never thought he would see in China.

Yarlung Zangbo River. /VCG Photo

You may not have the chance to walk through the journey, but it won’t stop us from appreciating some of the natural splendors Dykes witnessed.

Yarlung Zangbo River. /VCG Photo

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