Kangding County is actually just one mile away from Guoda Mountain. Guo Dashan is more than seven hundred meters high. According to legend, the Han Zhuge Liang sent general Guo Da to make arrows here. Therefore, the mountain and the land are named after it. Later, in commemoration of General Guo Da, it was commonly known as General Mountain, which was the sacred mountain of the county. With this allusion, Guo Dashan seems to be no longer just a desert, but adds a thick charm. The little snow makes the mountain show its holy power.
Not far from Kangding County to the northeast, you will encounter steep and upright mountain, called "Mt. Guoda", more local people call it "Arrow Ganshan." It is said that in the Three Kingdoms period, the Western expedition of Kongming, the Ministry will Yao Da led craftsmen to build arrows here, an overnight three thousand arrows, is a miracle, happy to the mountain of high snow named "Yao Dashan", to pass on the later world beauty. The weather near the mountain changes in unpredictable, when sunny and fog, can be seen from afar can walk, the depression is covered with snow, as if the mountain people stop here, the meaning of the view.
The name of the zenda seems to have a smile star of the same name. The zenda mountain is almost snow covered all year round. The scenery is magnificent. It is a mountain in different seasons. Except the snow scene is the Tibetan people's sutras in the middle of the mountain to pray together.
Kangding's zhangda mountain has many beautiful Tangka, every time there are many people to watch, take pictures, but a few people can see the hardship of the artists, each Tangka is a few hundred meters from the ground, each painting is located in cliffs and cliffs, artists painting is hanging, quite dangerous, salute them! When we look at the landscape, think of those who contribute to it!
The car jolted slowly and arduously up the narrow, winding dirt road, and the temperature was falling, and the sky became more and more gloomy, and half the mountain was snowing and ice-creaming. The snowy mountain makes me stare, just look dazed, I ignore the cold wind, often open the window to take pictures, I wish I had three heads and six arms! When passing through the garland (highest point of the highway), a young Tibetan suddenly reached out the window to make a vigorous leap, only to see a cloud of printed text, Buddha statues of colorful paper scattered in the air like snowflakes or butterflies fluttering down.