During every April and May, Jingpohu spreads its waist after her hibernation and the snow begins to melt. The ice in the lake waves upon the water against the gentle breeze. The water smiles against wind. “ Trees wake to be luxuriant and springs begin to trickle". Standing by the side of lake, viewing the white melting snow and the mazarine water, you will get a feeling of “ glittering like new mirror with the cold rays coming out of box”. Willows wave their soft bodies against breeze and enjoy the spring time with a bright yellow and green hue on their lively and energetic bodies. The jade mountains far away look washed and refreshed by bright snow. The pink azalea and white-red cherry blossom decorate the mountains in spring. There seems overflow an intoxicating sweetness in the air. What a crisp and elegant northland spring picture。
June to August, here comes midsummer. In the early morning, the air around lake is extremely fresh. Calm water in the lake looks like a mirror. Willows on the bank wave their soft bodies softly and bend their branches to the water surface. It seems as if fairies are combing their hair and beauties are on their outdoor trip……the light green mountains in far away stretch in waves. There rises the smoke from kitchen chimneys. And fishing songs can be heard dimly. Among the trees, there are tourists fishing beside the lake. Look! Their expecting gaze! Look! Their leisure looks. It seems as if they are the Jiangtaigong upon Wei River（a famous hermit in Chinese history）. Birds have their singing competition which composes a melodious rhythm, which in contrast reflects the loneness of lake. Though in the midsummer, sunshine time is relatively reduced for the rainy season has come. The mean temperature of July is only around 20℃ which makes it a really rare watering place.
The lakefront is shrouded in a dark red light when dusk comes and setting sunshine leaves its last ray. The returning boat full of autumn color cuts through the lake in the setting sun and leaves behind the break golden waves.