Keketuohai UGGp was selected as the base (camp) of study trip practice education

Recently the Department of Education and the Department of Culture and Tourism of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have included the Keketuohai UNESCO Global Geopark in the list of base (camp) sites for practical education for primary and secondary school students' study tours in the region.

Keketuohai UNESCO Global Geopark covers an area of 2337.90 square kilometres, with an altitude of between 1072 - 3234 m. On 5 May 2017, UNESCO officially approved Xinjiang Cocotocai Geopark to join the Global Geoparks Network, becoming China's 35th and Xinjiang's first UNESCO Global Geopark.

Keketuohai UNESCO Global Geopark consists of Irtysh Grand Canyon, Kekesuli, Kalaxiangeer, No.3 Mine, and Sayiheng Bulake. It is a comprehensive natural geopark integrating scientific research, scientific popularisation, geoscientific internship, sightseeing and recreation, rich in scientific connotation, rich in local characteristics, rich in culture, and of great ornamental value, and is regarded as "China's Yosemite" by UNESCO. In 2019, Keketuohai UNESCO Global Geopark was awarded the title of autonomous region-level science education base, and in 2020, Xinjiang's first geological and cultural village will be built here.

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