This was the last day of our little trip (in which we visited 43°N 128°E and 44°N 127°E), where we went to this confluence and then back to Chángchūn to visit the palace of Pǔyí, the last emperor of China.
Reaching the confluence wasn't difficult, we just had to deal with the awful traffic of Jílín City and the frosty roads. After reaching the village of Mǎlùgōucūn (马鹿沟村), we had to walk for 800 meters and cross a stream that almost got our feet wet, it was a good idea to wear Wellington boots.
Then after doing the confluence dance for a while close to some berries we finally got all zeros and could take the pictures and go back the the warmth of the car. When you're walking around the cold is bearable, but standing still it's deadly!