Luzhou Fangshan is located at the junction of Fangshan Town, Kuangchang Town, and Danlin Township in Jiangyang District. The main features of the scenic area are hills and round hills. In Fangshan Scenic Area, you can choose to walk up the mountain or take the cable car. Along the way, the trees are lush, the air is fresh, and the scenery is better.
It’s not far from downtown Luzhou. It’s about 40 minutes by car and there are buses to get there. The road conditions are not very good. The scenic spot cannot burn incense for the time being, so there are not many people. Tickets are 15 and I bought a cable car to reach the top of the mountain. It is not far away and the price is a bit expensive. There are not many sights on the top of the mountain. One is a black-faced Bodhisattva statue, and the other is a tower, which can be climbed to the top for viewing. Go down the mountain and take the cable car to the middle station, take a picture of the temple gate and go down the mountain, generally speaking, the playability is average.
Awesome cheap outing for anyone. Lots of stairs! But there are cable cars if you don't fancy climbing lots of stairs (my legs are killing me today)Lovely temples and statues of BuddhaTake the 376 bus from luzhou and save a ton of money, it takes you directly to the gates and cost only 3¥
Fangshan is not high, it is very suitable for leisure tours. Fangshan seems to have two scenic gates to enter. I asked a friend to gather at the main entrance. As a result, I navigated to a location far away from my friends, and finally merged and climbed to the top of the mountain. I feel that there is still another way down the mountain, the last photo. There is a big Buddha in Qingyun Temple on Fangshan Mountain. It has no other temple style on the mountain. It is located on a cliff where there is an interesting couplet of heaven and earth.
If you are going to worship the Buddha and burn incense, it is worth a visit, but if you want to play, then go to another place. The scenery is still quite beautiful. I went twice, and it was even better when it snowed. Unfortunately, the beautiful snow scene pictures were I lost it.