Mountain In China


Solitary Beauty Peak

Solitary Beauty Peak

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Solitary Beauty Peak located on the campus of the Guangxi Nomal University, projects out from the ground like giant spike. The climb to the peak is steep, but the view from the top is worth the effort as you'll be able to take in the surrounding countryside and the Li River. At the bottom of the peak is Wang Cheng, which was a Ming dynasty palace where the regional imperial exams were held.

Baiyun Mountain

Baiyun Mountain

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Baiyun Mountain(白云山), which is a small mountain that dominates the town, is approximately 15km north of the town centre. Hardly a mountain at only 382m. It's part of the Kun Shan mountain rage. Pagodas, monasteries and teshouses are dotted about its base and when the weather is clear and the pollution isno't too bad, views from the top can be gorgeous. However, it is often difficult to get away from other tourists.

Qingcheng Shan

Qingcheng Shan

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Qingcheng Shan(Qingcheng Mountain青城山) is 60km from Chengdu. This mountain can be visited as a day trip. During the Han Dynasty, it became a center of Taoism when a Taoist master made the mountain his home.

Leshan

Leshan

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The city's relaxed atmosphere is just the right prescription for sore muscles after some tough hiking. The giant attraction of the city is the world's largest Buddha statue. It's 71m high and you'll feel infinitely small just compared with one of the Buddha's statue.

Emei Shan

Emei Shan

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Emei Shan is the highest of Chinese four holy Buddhist mountains,rising 3,099m above sea level about 170 km from Chengdu. Buddhists believe the mountain is home to Samantabhadra - Patron of the Lotus Sutra and Bodhisttva of Perrvading Goodness.