Chamdo County, officially Qamdo County, also known as Changdu County (Standard Tibetan: ཆབ་མདོ་རྫོང་; Wylie: Chab mdo rdzong; simplified Chinese: 昌都县; traditional Chinese: 昌都縣; pinyin: Chāngdū Xiàn) is a county in Tibet Autonomous Region, and the seat of government of Chamdo Prefecture. Chamdo county has an area of 10,700 km² and a population of 78,000, of which 90% are Tibetan. The average temperature is 7.6°C, with average temperatures of -2.3°C in January and 16.3°C in July. The average precipitation is 467 mm per year.
Popular with the (predominantly Chinese) tourists are the Galden Jampaling Monastery in the capital and the salt mines and hot springs at Yangjing.
Coordinates: 32°16′34″N 97°15′41″E / 32.27611°N 97.26139°E