The Mengkeng Stone in Yizhang is the highest peak of Mang Mountain. It stands tall and tall at the junction of the two provinces and cities of Hunan and Guangdong. It is also the highest peak in Guangdong Province. It is called "Shikeng Kong" and "Tiannan". The first peak". At the foot of Mengkeng Stone Mountain is Xiangsi Pit, and the east gate of Mangshan Forest Park is also here. Surrounded by mountains and lush ancient trees, there are hundreds of acres of golden bamboo nearby. The scenery is elegant and charming. It is a scenic spot of "Golden Bamboo View". You can go and see this natural scenery.
Why it is called the Mengshikeng Scenic Spot is unknown, but the thickness of the beautiful scenery here is definitely not less than a stone pit. All kinds of mountain flowers and weeds bloom very romantically in season, and under the "moisture" of green mountains and green water, the overall landscape is more charming.
The tall and straight Golden Whip Stone Peak stands in the clouds (a symbol of scenic spots), majestic and tall, like a god. I circled around and then returned to the meeting point (the shortcomings of following the group, the time is tight), during the occasional strong wind blows away the clouds and fog, you can see the beautiful scenery for a moment. If the weather is clear, the scenery here should be comparable to Zhangjiajie. In the afternoon, go to the "Monkey King Village" to watch the waterfalls, streams, pools and play in the water. The tour guide must urge you to leave. In the evening, go to a nearby store to buy specialty products. Return the next day.
Is this Mengshikeng Guizi Village or Jiangjun Village? That's great. I personally like Mangshan better than Zhangjiajie. One is that there are fewer people, and the other is that the original taste is fuller, and there is a kind of virgin beauty. It is boring no matter how beautiful it is when I think of the scenic spots that stand next to each other.
The beauty of nature, the magical oxygen bar, the beautiful rivers and mountains of the motherland, we should really take a look around