Huashan mountain

Huashan mountain

Huashan mountain, also known as "huashan mountain in the west", is one of the five famous mountains in China. Huashan is the only mountain in weinan city, shaanxi province. Huashan is famous for its danger and has always been known as "the most dangerous mountain in the world".

Mount Huashan is the sacred mountain of the Chinese nation. China's "Hua" originated from Mount Huashan, from which Mount Huashan was known as "the root of Huaxia". Mount Huashan is the holy place of Quanzhen sect, the mainstream Taoist religion, the "fourth cave heaven", and the God widely worshipped by the Chinese people, namely the King God of Mount Huashan in Xiyue. There are 72 semi-suspended holes and more than 20 Taoist temples. Huashan attracts numerous visitors with its steepness. Huashan is not only magnificent and dangerous, but also steep, with thousands of walls and beautiful peaks.

Huashan mountain
Huashan mountain

There are five peaks in Huashan, namely, Chaoyang in the east, Lotus in the west, Yunv in the middle, Goose in the South and Yuntai in the north. Nanfeng Goose, Taihua Polar Peak, 2154.9 meters above sea level; West Peak is the most dangerous, 2082 meters above sea level; North Peak is the lowest, 1614.7 meters above sea level. In addition, North Goose Falling, East Chaoyang, West Lotus, collectively known as the "three peaks outside the sky". Huashan is also a good place to watch the sunrise, the best location is east peak of Huashan mount (Chaoyang Peak); many tourists live in scenic spots to watch the sunrise one day ahead of schedule or to set up tents, in order to see the brilliance of the sunrise in the early morning.