The Wuma Chaotian Scenic Area, also called the Red Army Valley, is actually a very good scenic area, integrating red culture and natural scenery. It is especially suitable for middle-aged and elderly friends to travel, but it is less famous and many tourists do not understand.
Wuma Chaotian can be regarded as a relatively distant scenic spot in Jinggang Mountain! Usually not many people go there, and the scenery is relatively close to nature. I personally think that the Red Army trail and the cableway bridge are worth walking. The overall feeling is good, and the waterfall is also very spectacular!
Wu Ma Chaotian is close to Ciping, and the ancient roads and bridges are better than scenery. The natural river valley is slightly repaired, leaving marks on the supernatural work! The drifting cloth is clear and turbulent, it merges into the Gaohu Lake to be slightly quiet, and the cable bridge drags across time and space, and the words of the mountains and birds are more spiritual!
The Five Horses Chaotian scenic spots have to use their imagination to find out how they look up to the sky. Back then, if the horses knew it, the Red Army might be able to find the magic weapon for victory more quickly and deal with the opposing army more securely. The horses are still standing there as they did before, and the years of war have long since passed, and the horses can easily make a lot of money.
The legendary story of the five horses going to the sky, according to ancient times, five fairy horses came to the world in the imperial stables of the heavenly court, and the five horses were reborn in the home of a local couple surnamed Liu. In that year, the genius Liu gave birth to quintuplets. One day in the sky, one year in the world, and the five brothers grew up in a blink of an eye. The eldest became a hunter, the second was a farmer, the third was a doctor, the fourth was a stonemason, and the fifth was a carpenter. The family worked hard and had a better life. Unexpectedly, the Heavenly Court discovered that five horses were missing, and the horse officer hurriedly reported to the Jade Emperor. The Jade Emperor sent the Thunder God to lead the Heavenly Soldiers and the generals to capture them. The five immortal horses were reluctant to return to the heavenly court because of their nostalgia for human life. Thunder God was furious. Five horses were left behind, and the five saddle-shaped pinnacles became the five horses of today.