Zhaoqing Yankeng Ziyun Valley is located in Lanke Mountain in the southeastern suburb of Zhaoqing City, Guangdong Province, in the Xijiang Antelope Gorge Provincial Nature Reserve . Inkstone has a long history of mining and processing Duan Inkstone. The best quality Duan Inkstone in China comes from the three famous pits of Laokeng, Kengzi and Mazikeng in Ziyun Valley. There are millennia-old pits where inkstones were mined during the Tang Dynasty, and you can see the annual blooming bell flower, the chain bridge, outdoor expansion base, green long profile, ancient mill group ruins, valley rain forest products Oxygen Valley, Dong nationality singing and dancing performances, along the stream at the foot, began to enter the picturesque valley. There are numerous water pools, strange rocks, pearl water clusters, and unique natural scenery. Wade through the stream, search for jade and gold, and pass by many natural landscape parks and waterfalls. Tianqingtan, the world’s first inkstone, jumping stream lake, purple back Tiankui reserve, god turtle pool, ice pattern pool and nature are integrated. Phoenix Rock, Guta Rock, Xuande Rock, Chaotian Rock, and Mazikeng are surrounded by green mountains, snaking green and surrounded by green water, just like a natural picture.
Yesterday passed by Ziyun Valley. Get some fresh air. Little bridge and flowing water people. Beautiful environment, fresh air, a good place for leisure and entertainment. There are mountains and waters, which are extremely comfortable. It is very convenient to take the ferry when you reach the location. And the scenery is a blockbuster with a casual shot. Beautiful scenery. It's worth going! Extremely recommended! If you haven't been, go for a walk!
Summer is not suitable for climbing, it will be very difficult. In Ziyun Valley, there are basically flat roads and gentle slopes, which are much easier, and this can be used to soak in the ice spring pool, and Beiling Mountain is only enough for soaking feet. I came here earlier this afternoon, enough time to make up for yesterday's hurried and exhausted regret.