"The plow is dangerous in the building, and the building is dangerous and plowing." This describes an unfathomable ditch-like road sandwiched between steep rock walls, with more than 570 stone steps. Legend has it that the Supreme Master passed here and saw that there was nowhere to go, so he brought the green cow to plow this ravine overnight. There are still stone ditches on the cliffs on the west side, impressively like plows.
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Laojun's furrow is a dangerous trough-shaped road. The huge boulders on the side of the steps are like traces plowed by a ploughshare, which is very realistic. According to legend, the old monarch drove the blue ox across the Huashan Mountain. Seeing that the place was difficult and dangerous, he would disband and bring his wish, turned into a ploughshare, and drove out this way, hence the name Laojun Plow. In ancient times, people crawled up and down Huashan from the stone nests on both sides of the furrow. Today, people can still see the stone nests on both sides of the furrow. As for the ditch marks, they should actually be formed by long-term rain erosion. At the top of Laojun's furrow, there is a theme of life forever by Wang Yaowu, a famous anti-Japanese general during the Republic of China.
As mentioned earlier, because our companion was weak, we started walking down the mountain ahead of time. On the way back, I did not choose to take the old Huashan road, because friends who have climbed Huashan know that in Huashan this place is "it’s harder to go down the mountain than up the mountain", and you have to concentrate on every step of the way, for fear of stepping on a slippery step and flying. out. And because it’s too steep when going down the mountain, the pressure on the knees is much greater than when going up the mountain, but this new road is purely artificially constructed, the steps are much wider, and the slope is slowed down a lot, the only drawback That is, the total distance is a little longer. But because of a blessing in disguise, I didn't look back and saw some nice scenery. This [Laojun Furrow] is one of the good points. Laojun Furrow is located a little way past Baichi Gorge, where the Huashan Road borders the new road, and the total is 300 steps. According to legend, there was no place before. On the road, until one day the old man Taishang passed here, seeing the difficulty and inconvenience, he took the iron plow and pulled it over. From then on, there was this channel connecting the top of the mountain. Moreover, the "furrow" in the name also has a deep meaning. The homophonic "lime" reminds visitors to eliminate distracting thoughts, throw out worries and unnecessary desires, and walk down the mountain cleanly ~ there is still a lot of snow on the road As you can see, the ones closer can be pulled out to play
It is a trench-shaped road sandwiched between steep cliffs, with more than 750 stone steps. It's hard to get up.
Another arduous climbing road comparable to the Qianchi Building and Baichi Gorge, winding up through the steep valley with hundreds of stone steps, visitors need to climb the iron rope with their hands and gather their strength under their feet. It is to perseverance. After another test of physical strength, after walking through here, he suddenly became clear.
Laojun Furrow is a trench-like road sandwiched between steep cliffs, with more than 750 stone steps.
Preston_Dominguez: Huayin, Weinan, Shaanxi, China
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