Mt. Gucheng- Qili Valley Scenic Spot
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Mt. Gucheng- Qili Valley Scenic Spot
Mt. Gucheng- Qili Valley Scenic Spot

Located in Gucheng Town, north of Wangcang County, 63 km from Guangyuan County, it is a Key scenic Spot under Province-level Protection made up of three scenic spots, Mt.Guchengshan, Qili Valley and White Dragon Palace.
Mt. Guchengshan is named for its drum-like shape. Its four sides are lofty cliffs of 150 ~200 m, while the top is rather flat and smooth. The whole mountain covers 20,000~30,000㎡. The main scenic spots include: “ the Drum in the Sea of Clouds”, “Fort built on the cliff” of Grand Red Cliff, Natural Park with Wind Erosion of Zhongshanbao, “Winding Path Full of ” of Tabahe River, Lanbazi where wild animals frequent, “ Underground River Maze” of Grand Red Rock.
With waterscape integrated with gorges, forest, and brooks, Qili Valley has its unique features of elegance and floweriness. The river valley is dreadfully narrow and full of bluffs. Colorful stones are reflected in the clear water, creating a gorgeous waterscape. The main scenic spots are: Valley of thousands of books, Diecui Valley, Pearl Shed Waterfall, Pearl Beach, and “Bieyitian”.
The river in White Dragon Palace Scenic Spot is lush, clear and exceedingly smooth. The mountains there are erecting straightly like swords or screens. The scenic sites are White Dragon Palace, Black Dragon Pond, and Iron Buddha Temple.

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