The Natural Bridge, curved like a crescent moon, is a 20m-high and 10m-long rock spanning two steep cliffs. Below the bridge is a breathtaking sight of unfathomable valley. Tian Rongchao, a Ming Dynasty poet described this bridge in the following lines: "A mountain is cut into two. / Two mountains make up a door, / which fairies shut up no more. / Through the door only white clouds float."
Hawk Protecting The Whip
"Hawk", a 300m high stone peak stands northeast of the "Golden Whip". As its top is shaped like a hawk's beak and the whole craggy body resembles a hawk with half-spread wings guarding the "Whip". The place is called "Hawk Protecting the Whip".
The No.1 Bridge Under Heaven
This bridge spans two peaks at the height of 357m above the valley. It is 40m long, 3m wide and 15m thick, magnificent and spetacular.