West Hill National Forest Park is the biggest national forest park in Beijing. It lies in the Small West Hill in northwest Beijing. Covering an area of 90,000 mu, the park has a wide range of three districts which include Haidian District, Shijingshan District and Mentougou District. It contains five scenic spots including the Changhua, Baiwang, Jingfu, Lingyun and Beiling.
The West Hill National Forest Park has a temperate continental monsoon climate. It has huge natural resources with about over 250 plants. There are also many wild animals in the vast forest area including more than 10 kinds of animals, over 50 kinds of birds and some amphibian and reptile.
The West Hill National Forest Park has beautiful natural views and abundant historical and cultural relics. For instance, Red Leaves in West Hill and Fine Snow in West Hill are very famous natural sceneries. Besides, it also has the Jingtai Mausoleum of Ming Dynasty, the Graves of Seven Imperial Concubines of Ming Emperor Wanli, stele carvings of the famous person, revolutionary monument site and many other historical ruins, which have great value in researching and sightseeing.