1. Shanjue Temple, accustomed to called Erping, are all locals who come to play. There are few outsiders. They are not on the main tourist road. There are many farmhouses on the mountain. They mainly eat bean curd rice, 10 yuan per person, a bowl of bean curd, how many A vegetarian dish, full. In order to do business, the original stone steps were smoothed out with cement, and cars were used to reduce the original smell. The damage was very thorough. Now, it is very difficult to walk on the steep concrete road. 2. There is a small road from Shanjue Temple to Chunyang Temple, not far, but the road is not easy to find, you can go directly to the mountain. 3. Shanjue Temple, the temple is well-preserved and all the temples with history. It was originally named "Jianglongyuan" and was founded during the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty. It is located at the back of Baoguo Temple, under Songhuangping, and echoes Fuhu Temple on the left. In the early Qing Dynasty, the abbot of Zen Master Yuan Heng was highly respected and heard about the court. The ancestor of Qing Dynasty Aixinjueluo. Xuanye said according to the Buddhist scriptures: "Shan zai? Jue zai?," gave the "Shan Jue Temple" a plaque, and gave a joint saying: "Flowers everywhere are rain, and sticks come out of springs when they walk." A "Diamond Sutra" with a stick of jade seal and a four-character poem made by the imperial family were given to Master Yuan Heng, which seemed to show his virtue. The name "Shanjue Temple" really has a good background. Walking through Mount Emei, listening to the bell in the temple, and cultivating the heart deep in the mountains, people calm down. In this quiet and ancient temple, brick by brick, old woody incense seems to travel through time and space. No matter what the situation, people will have what they want. There is a Buddha in the heart, and everything you see is a Buddha. Becoming a person with a strong heart may not be truly fearless, calm and not shocked, at least without cuddling, it is also an improvement.
Shanjue Temple is dedicated to the white snake Bai Suzhen...
Right at the foot of Mount Emei, the building is said to be from the Qing Dynasty. There are not many tourists, but it is still very quiet.
I took time to go there some time ago and there were a lot of people, but I just want to say that it is worthwhile. There are no tickets, a small branch line at the foot of Mount Emei, a favorite of locals, there are many farmhouse bean curd rice along the way, and many people climb the mountain to exercise + play farmhouse on weekends.