Wushan is a famous mountain in Chinese history. It was once known as Yueshan, Qianshan, and Wuyue. It is the birthplace of the descendants of Emperor Wu, the Taiyue tribe and the Wuhui tribe. It is also the earliest place in my country to worship the Emperor Wu and the Yellow Emperor. The Zhou Qin dynasty originated in Baoji, and the Zhou Qin emperor thought it was a contribution to protecting Wushan, so he named it Xiyue.
I just visited the Ching Ming Festival, and it’s not as good as the previous two years. The scenic spot is completely unattended, and there are few tourists. The gate is closed. No tickets are required. I climbed in from the side. There is a lot of garbage on the mountain and there is no spring water. The color of the words on the stone wall has faded, and there is some disappointment, but the natural landscape is eye-catching, there are many ancient trees, this season is not completely green, the mountain is very quiet, I hope it can be reorganized.
It's worth going, there are many highlights, and the experience is good.
This is a very good place. I hope everyone can go and see if you have time. If you come to this place, not only will people take you to watch the beautiful scenery, but also a variety of specialty snacks. This is a very nice place, everyone is welcome to watch it.
I remember that I went there on a motorcycle, many years ago. The mountains and rivers blend inside and the air is fresh, making it ideal for family trips on weekends. You can also pick up wild chestnuts when the chestnuts are ripe. It's worth a visit.
Preston_Dominguez: Near Wushan Temple, Chencang District, Baoji City