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Qiancengfeng National Geology Park

16 Reviews
MountainGeological Sites
Open Open from 9:00am-5:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Fengkai, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China
Phone: 0758-6380369 0758-6318321

What people are saying:

Catalog 5 Thousand-layer Peak is located on the Huanggang River 8 kilometers southeast of Yulao Town, Fengkai County, Guangdong Province. It is composed of overlapping colorful sand shale and local calcareous shale. It belongs to the landform of sandstone peak forest. , Formed in the Mudpan Period 380 million years ago. It is also the mountain peak created by the Jialidong Orogen, the oldest orogenic movement in my country, and is one of the two standard areas for the Jialidong Orogen in Guangdong. The peaks here are towering, lush and green, the main peak is 233 meters high, like a long sword against the sky, straight into the sky, strange and steep. Although the mountain is not high, it combines "the wonder of Huangshan, the danger of Huashan, the beauty of Lushan, and the seclusion of Emei".

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