Heaven Lake is the most popular beautiful spot on Changbaishan. Heaven Lake is actually a crater lake situated on the border between China and North Korea. It is a lake shaped inside the Caldera of an old well of lava. In the state of a lotus leaf, the lake is around 13 square kilometers in measure and is perfectly clear and mirror-smooth. The main opening of Heaven Lake lies on the northern side, enabling the water to spill out of the lake lasting through the year, and it is the wellspring of numerous huge streams in upper east China.
Around 1,250 meters beneath Heaven Lake, a sudden fall in territory makes an awesome waterfall, with a drop of 68 meters. The waterfall can be seen consistently. In mid-winter, the splashed water drops transform right away into cold pearls. They group together and frame phenomenal ice blossoms spreading toward all path. There are numerous different lakes and waterfalls in Mt. Changbaishan. Toward the upper east of Heaven Lake stands the most noteworthy pinnacle, called Tianwenfeng Peak. Tianwenfeng Peak has dependably been the ideal place to see Heaven Lake.
Heaven Lake, a relic of the Quaternary Period Glacier and its encompassing geographical relics, offers science lovers exploring opportunities. As though the normal magnificence of Heavenly Lake were insufficient, legend includes a strange touch. The lake is extremely tranquil and enchanted and travelers can go for walks around the mountain ways and the more athletic can climb or ride a steed up to the icy mass fields where the view is essentially dazzling.
Heaven Lake has a surface elevation of 7,182 ft, and covers an area of 9.82 km with a south And north length of 4.85KM and east And west length of 3.35 Km. The average depth of the lake is 699 ft and maximum depth of 1,260 ft. From mid-October to mid-June, it is typically covered with ice. In North Korean legend, Kim Jong-il is asserted to have been conceived close to the lake on the mountain. Upon his demise, the Korean Central News Agency guaranteed that the ice on the lake broke “so noisy, it appeared to shake the Heavens and the Earth. Paradise Lake is additionally asserted to be home to the Lake Tianchi Monster.