Nagchu (Nǎqū in Chinese) is one of the highest, coldest and most windswept towns in all of Tibet. Perched on the edge of the Changtang (northern plateau), it is an often-dismal town of mud and concrete, but is still an important stop on both the road and railway line between Qīnghǎi and Tibet. In fact, this is where Hwy 317 ends as it joins the Qīnghǎi–Tibet Hwy (Hwy 109) on its way to Lhasa.
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