The Pingshan Canyon is as deep as a hundred feet, less than six or seven feet wide, and has a total length of 18 kilometers. The Qing Dynasty poet Gu Cai traveled to Rongmei and was carried by Hercules to Pingshan. He sighed in the poem: "Shu Tao is difficult, and its difficulty is not necessarily as difficult as Pingshan! "Today, Pingshan, which is still under the original ecological protection, has fresh air and clear river water. Only a corner of the mysterious veil has been lifted in the lens of the photographers who came to explore the secret. You are rowing on the crystal clear river, and the boat is floating in the air, in the "space capsule realm.
Legend of General Rock General Rock is a strange stone on the top of the cliff at the southern end of Bijia Mountain in Guancang Village, Zouma Town. It is about 5 meters high and weighs about 30 tons. It is large and small. It stands on the gravel in the shape of an inverted four-sided platform. It is slightly inclined like a pizza leaning tower. It seems to be crumbling, but in fact it is as stable as Mount Tai. His cause and state of existence cannot be explained by geographical knowledge, and the common people can only explain it by "living dragons and veins. The adventure and mystery of General Rock make people revere it, regard it as a god, and tell a beautiful myth from ancient times to the present. Legend has it that a long time ago, two immortals lived in the fairy hole on the pen rack, responsible
The main peak of Wulong Mountain is 888.8 meters above sea level and is surrounded by cliffs. There is only one road to reach the top. From a distance, the mountains are undulating, the streams are straight down, and the primeval forests are dense and verdant, forming a natural and unique landscape. Wulong Mountain canyon is deep, the mountain is steep and beautiful, and the five solitary peaks stand out from the crowd in different shapes, rising from the ground and plunging into the sky, like five dragons soaring into the sky, tightly winding and encircling a solitary peak of more than 800 meters, hence the name Wulong Mountain.