Take a helicopter and take a picture of the Yellow River Stone Forest! Rough and heavy precipitation is coming from the face, just like the majestic and hardworking people of the west, only strong to the bastard, after a few years, can you be thorny and fearless~
Go up knowledge! The Yellow River Stone Forest natural and human landscape display, you want to know about the beautiful natural landscape of the Yellow River Stone Forest and the simple and earthly customs, you can get a perfect solution here~~ Good kids go out for a trip, dont raise knowledge Yeah
Yellow River Stone Forest Shenlong Valley. This should be a paradise for photographers. The soft sandstone is formed by millions of years of erosive force, with different shapes and bright colors! The passage here is very narrow, the narrowest place, only a single person can barely pass through most of the time, even need to use both hands and feet to pass. According to local friends, it is the best time to shoot here at 12 o'clock noon. If the sun is good and the weather is good, it will be a master like a master.
Come and come together and raise your knowledge! Together, this is the natural and cultural landscape of the Yellow River Stone Forest. What you want to know about the beautiful natural landscape of the Yellow River Stone Forest and the unique customs and customs can be solved here. ~ The layout of the entire exhibition hall Very western style, the museum has a clear classification and rich content. Good children go on a trip, dont raise knowledge, can you do it?
Jingtai Yellow River Stone Park is near the Yellow River, southeast Jingtai County, Baiyin City, Gansu Province. It is dominated by a large canyon about 9 kilometers (5.6 miles) long along the Yellow River. There are towering stone forests on both sides of the canyon presenting a very unique landform. The main attraction of the Stone Park is the observation deck at the end of the main grand canyon. In addition to the stone landscape, there is an opportunity to sample many of the local folk customs. The donkey carts in the canyon exemplify these folk customs. Local elderly women lead the donkey carts, often singing northwestern folk songs.