The Provincial Sports Association recently held the "Charming JiangsuMost Beautiful Sports" 2019 province's most beautiful running line annual list activity, which will produce the "most beautiful" of the 24 lines from the 13 provincial cities in the province.
It is understood that there are two running routes in Yangzhou City that have been included in the list, namely the running route of the Jiangdu South-to-North Water Transfer Source Park and the Yizheng Longshan Forest Park running route.
The source park of Jiangdu South-to-North Water Transfer Project is located at the starting point of the National South-North Water Transfer Project. It is also the starting point of the Jianghuai Ecological Grand Corridor and the core of the new center of the eastern Yangzhou city. Covering an area of 615 mu, the park mainly creates a landscape structure of “one corridor, three pieces and eight scenes”, which is divided into three areas: Yuetan Cultural District, Jiangtan Vital Zone and Fangdian Ecological Zone.
Step into the park to see the miniature landscape of the Jianghuai ecological water system, the park landscape shrubs, the wooden planks, bicycle lanes, moonlight trails, etc. that run through the water system. The park uses ecological restoration techniques to create a plant landscape such as Yangzhou Qionghua Theme Park, Sakura Avenue and Ginkgo Trail. It focuses on creating the “Yuejiang Building, Jiangyue Waiting for Jun, Leisure Pool, Moonlight Flower Forest, etc.” "Eight Views" highlights the characteristics of cultural gardens and shows the inheritance characteristics of Yangzhou gardens.
This line runs through the two landscapes of the “Three Rivers and Six Banks” and the free park in the north. It covers the surrounding residential areas of Jin’aowenchang, Ziwei Mansion, Golden Eagle International, and Nanyuan Village, benefiting about 10 people. Million. Along the park trails, the rows of green landscapes are refreshing, and the individual landscapes are colorful. It is the ideal place for fitness enthusiasts such as running, cycling and walking.