The canyon is beautifully decorated with trees and streams running along it, and small flowers are in full bloom
The origin of Bailongjiang River is absolutely stunning ride, it is recommended! The origin of Langmu Temple is the Grand Canyon of Langmu Temple in Sichuan, in the canyon there are Langmu Cave, Tiger Cave, and the source of Bailongjiang. Tour to Langmu Temple Langmu Temple Grand Canyon is a must, otherwise you can not see the true Langmu Temple. "The Tiger's Cave Fairy" is one of the famous landscapes of Langmusi town. It is said that there is a cave at the source of Bailongjiang River in Sichuan Province. There is a vicious tiger in the cave. The Master Lotus Peanut came to tame the tiger and teach the Buddha. The tiger thus becomes a kind fairy, and blesses the local people.
Bailongjiang Grand Canyon is actually a canyon behind Lance, Sichuan, it is not obvious that it is developed here, so the road is not very good, many people will go back after a while, in fact, continue to go inside will suddenly open. It was a pity to go on a cloudy day and not take particularly shocking photos.
Namo Grand Canyon is located in the area where Namo Geerdi Temple is located in the north of Zoige County. The main highlights are: Fairy Cave, Panlong Cave, and Naixi. It is completely undeveloped, only a dirt trail on foot.
The scenic view of Bailongjiang Grand Canyon is a good place to hike
Namor Gorge is located in the area where Namogedi Temple is located in the north of Zoige County, 90 kilometers away from the county seat. Namor Grand Canyon is adjacent to Langmusi in Sichuan, and you can see it after walking up the path to the Bailong River. The entrance of the canyon is covered with colorful prayer flags. Looking up, there is an elegant view of sitting on a well. The trails of Luanshiling Mountain extend to the depths of the canyon, and there are unexpected rocks on both sides. There is a cave under the cliff to the right of Jingukou. The entrance is flat and low. In front of the entrance, believers often burn cypress incense. This is the legendary fairy cave. From the fairy cave, on the cliff at the entrance of the cave, there are the stone hole where the deer tied the deer, the three claw marks left by the tiger jumping over the cave, the footprints of the lotus Buddha, the disaster relief triangle box, and the stone hole for praying for a child. Wait, the whole cliff is engraved with magical stories. Opposite the Fairy Cave is the Panlong Cave. The cave is not big. There is a white dragon clearly floating on the stone slab in the cave. The dragon is habitual, gentle and peaceful. Coming down from Panlong Cave and then forward, a dike blocked the stream into a small lake. The lake was as clear as blue water, and the breeze came slowly, but the breeze couldn't afford it. Walk along the lake bank, getting narrower and narrower, turning around the canyon and you will see the source of the stream. The source is gurgling from the spring eyes on both sides of the cliff. The local people call this spring "Naixi" (Holy Water), which is the source of the Bailong River. Standing on the rocky beach and looking to the upper left, there is a cave on the steep hillside overlooking the spring. It is condescending, and the tiger is majestic. This is the tiger cave. Crossing the source and walking inward, the cliffs are overhanging the rocks, the dangerous peaks stand tall, and go straight into the sky. There are thousands of pinnacles, including Flying Eagle Cliff and Pigeon Cave. The scenery in the canyon is very good, and the difficulty is not high. It is suitable for people of all ages and physical strength to take short-term hikes.