Ziwu Road, also known as Ziwu Plank Road. It was an important passage from the capital of Chang'an to Hanzhong, Bashu and other places in the south in ancient China, especially during the Han and Tang dynasties. It is named because it crosses the Ziwu Valley and starts from the south of Chang'an. There have been repairs and line changes throughout the ages. During the Eastern Han and Tang dynasties, they were once national post roads.
The Shuhan entered one of the ancient roads in Shaanxi, but unfortunately it failed to achieve the Shuhan attack on the Wei.
The Meridian Road passes through the Qinba Mountains and is one of the most important passages from central Sichuan to the pass. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the Xi (An) Wan (Yuan) Highway was built on the basis of the Ziwu Ancient Road and it is still used as part of the 210 National Highway. Departing from Wanyuan, Sichuan, passing through the town of Banchao, Shiquan, the hometown of Guiguzi, and Ningshan in the depths of the Qinling Mountains, finally arrived at the prosperous Chang'an.
Beautiful scenery, historical heritage, worth visiting.