The official signing ceremony acknowledging and outlining the future construction of the
The geological formations hold special scientific significance. Their rare natural properties and appealing aesthetics combined with other natural and human landscapes will all make the geopark a stunning natural museum.
The future park lies on the Alps-Himalaya Global Geothermal Belt,
The future geopark will be divided into four regions: Yangbajain, Nyainqentanglha, Qusang and Reting Kloster. A total of nine different well-designed districts will be built there, with each highlighting a different field of interest: sightseeing, scientific surveying, holiday recreation, camping and exploring, geo-science, ecology and general science. In total the area will cover approximately 2,500 square kilometers.