Fanjingshan Mountains Located at the juncture of Jiangkou, Songtao and Yinjiang counties, the state-rank Natural Conservation of the Fanjingshan Mountains covers an area of 567 square kilometres and is one of the typical regions in China where the subtropical forest ecosystem is completely preserved.As early as in the 16th century, Mount Fanjingshan already became a Buddhistic shrine well-known nationwide.In this region the green peaks rise upon ridges and the gullies and valleys are deep and serene with some cliffside waterfalls plunging down among the grotesque stones. A plenty of templeand stele remains are dotted over landscape. Within this virgin forest of about 300 square kilometres grow the dove trees, the Chinese tulip trees, the crape myrtle and other rare plants and dwell the golden monkey of Guizhou and other rare birds and animals. On reaching the Golden Summit, the highest peak of Fanjingshan Mountains range, the tourists will enjoy a sea of cloud with turbulent waves and hear the wind whistling, just as in a fairyland.

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