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Lanke Mountain

4.8/5
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Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: Lanke Mountain, Kecheng, Quzhou, China
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Phone: 0570-3060880

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Every day, a good place to punch in and walk!

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  • VuattouxR
    VuattouxR
    Shanghai, China
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    Not far from downtown but quiet environment

    A nice little walk not far from Quzhou. It's not a hard climb, nor very long, but will kill a few hours. The few times I have been there, it has always been almost empty. This is supposedly a historic...

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Introduction

Lanke Mountain is a landscape that locals have to mention. As its Chinese name suggests, Lanke Mountain is closely related to Go chess. Landscapes with Go elements can be seen everywhere in the mountains, such as many bulletin boards in the style of Go chess and the stone tablets engraved with the Go words. Tourists can purchase tickets from the east and the south entrances of the scenic area before climbing up the mountain. There is a ticket office near the Natural Stone Bridge. It is better for tourists to enter from the eastern entrance and exit from the south entrance, for the uphill route is shorter in this way. When reaching the top of the mountain, you can go directly to the Natural Stone Bridge, the core part of the scenic spot. Go down the steps from the Natural Stone Bridge and you will arrive at the Baoyan Temple. Tourists can worship Buddha here to pray for blessings. The ancient cold spring well in front of the temple is said to the place where Zhu Yuanzhang (the Emperor Taizu of the Ming Dynasty) once drunk water.
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