Reasons to Recommend: Emeishan's Golden Peak Temple is surrounded on all sides by places of interest, attractions, and temples of all sizes, shapes, and historicity. To visit here is to truly experience the essence of Emeishan. Golden Peak Temple's golden statue of the Samantabhadra (the Universal Worthy with Four Faces and Ten Great Vows) is a must-see for many tourists to Emeishan. It is also one of the Han ethnicity national key temples of Buddhism. At 3,079 meters above sea level, visitors to the Golden Peak Temple will find their breath taken away by more than just the 48m tall Samantabhadra. While there, devotees may also go to the Huayan Temple to pay respect to the Buddha. From all four sides of the Golden Peak Temple, it is possible to see Emeishan's four wonders - the rising sun, the sea of clouds, the glory of the Buddha, and the holy light.
Reasons to Recommend: The Emei Mountain Paragliding Double Experience is an outdoor high-altitude sport that is accompanied by a full-time instructor to complete a two-person unpowered gliding flight. Visitors do not need any professional training to feel the freedom of flying at the foot of the magical and beautiful Mount Emei. They can also overlook the Emeishanmen Square, Emei River and Huangwan Town in the air.
Reasons to Recommend: Ninety-nine Turn is a famous dangerous slope of Mount Emei. It starts at Lingying Pavilion and ends at Shouxing Bridge. It is a very difficult mountain road in the Emei Mountain walking tour. Legend has it that when Puxian came to Emeishan to build a dojo in the beginning, passing through this place, seeing the mountain is high and the terrain is strange, then the three ancestors of the ancestral buddha commander are enlightened at the same time, and each person takes a step. The three thousand stone grades came from this. When the spirit ancestors accepted the count, there were ninety-nine turns of stone steps. This slope was named after it.