Scenic beauties of Wulingyuan in China

Scenic beauties of Wulingyuan in China
Wulingyuan is known to foreigners as Yellowstone Park of China, this stunning area is renowned for its great volume and diversity of quartz granite pillars, gorges, limestone caverns and antique ecosystem. With a neighborhood of about 264sq.km in Hunan Province of China, the Wulingyuan picturesque and historic area includes the Zhangjiajie national forest preserve, the Suoxi brook area and the Mt. Tianzi area are the most attractive 3 sections of this province. The most important topography consists of granite hills surfacing about 3103 weird peaks and many of them over 400m high. Among the peaks there are many gorges, ravines with streams, ponds, waterfalls, 40 caves, as well as 2 hefty natural bridges which surrounded by the lovely natural trees and covered with flora. The land of Wulingyuan is well-known for its stunning peaks, unique rocks, isolated valleys, tranquil waters and deep karst caves which are called the five wonders of China
Scenic beauties of Wulingyuan in China
The whole area is wrapping with towering granite crags of quartz and dense well-preserved forests which conceal amazing caves alive with stalactites and stalagmites. The quartzite granite hills in Wulingyuan are distinctive in their great number and fairly uncontaminated opus which continually presents the different views to viewers in different seasons and different weathers. The Tuerwangyue Feng and the Mt. Tianzi are the highest mountains in this region which are especially recommended for its excellent view. The Xianren Qiao is called the ‘Bridge of the immortals’ over the gorge and Tiaxia Diyi Qiao is called the ‘Bridge across the Sky’ over the valley floor in this area, are the 2 spectacular natural bridges. I think those are the utmost natural bridge in the world and they will enthrall you must. There also contains many karst features markedly a number of 40 caves, concerted on the banks of the river Suoxiyu and the southeast part of Tianzi Mountain. Huanglong or Yellow Dragon Cave is the largest caves in China including 3 waterfalls, 4 layers, 1 underground lake, 2 rivers, 4 pools, 13 halls and 96 corridors. Spectacular calcite deposits are the main feature of several of these caverns and a number of the many watercourses and brooks flow underground for long remoteness. Nearly all of the features have lyrical names and enchanting tales attached to them. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is dressed with a huge expanse of prehistoric subtropical forests including the rare trees ginkgo and spruce. There are also a few exotic flowers, for example the giant mountain lotus, exclusive lobster flower, iron plum, various azalea and the orchid blooms which are to be found all the year round beautifying the area with a lovely fragrance……..

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