Coming here, it's almost like entering a fairyland, with clouds and mist everywhere, it really makes people feel a sense of detachment! This mountain, this piece of trees, seems to be immortal!
It is said that in ancient times, a man went to Emei Mountain to seek immortality. When he walked here, he met a peasant who was chopping wood and said to him: "It is immortal if you are free and inactive. Why do you need to go to Eshan?" , And went back down the mountain contentedly. Later, the monk built a temple here, named "Yuxian Temple".
Not far from the left hand side is the towering mountain peaks, the mountains are filled with clouds and mist, and the cliffs of hundreds of meters are cut like an axe. The slender waterfalls fall from the top of the cliff and flow to the deep stream. The waves are turning back and forth, making bursts of roar. It's like what Li Bai wrote in his poem, "Flying turbulent waterfalls are arguing, and the cliffs turn to rocks and thunder."
The scenery here is beautiful. No wonder it is called Yuxian Temple. The clouds and mist are like a fairyland. Here we met a group of wild monkeys. However, they did not disturb us much. They walked over the railing next to them. The monkeys of Mount Emei are really Many, on the way to Xixiangchi, I saw two groups of monkeys fighting on the opposite mountain. The shaking leaves rustled and the monkeys roared. It was very interesting.
It was built in the Tongzhi period of the Qing Dynasty. There is a beautiful folklore about the name of Yuxian Temple. It is said that in ancient times, a man went to Emei Mountain to seek immortality. When he walked here, he met a peasant who was chopping wood and said to him: "You are immortal when you are free and do nothing. Why do you have to go to Eshan?" I went back down the mountain with satisfaction. Later, the monk built a temple here, named "Yu
Immortal Temple". Everyone can rest here and experience the philosophy of "Inactivity is immortal".