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Chongqing Longshuixia Gap

Xiannvshan Town, Wulong County 408513, China
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This path reminds me of the ancient Chinese song namely High Mountain, Flowing Water (高山流水)

I took a day tour, which include three gorges and this place. As per tour guide, going to the place... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2017
maetamon
via mobile
Very pleasant walk

The fissure gorge is pleasantly straightforward compared to three bridges.It has one entrance and... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
Rod J
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Noosaville, Australia
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24 Apr 2017
“This path reminds me of the ancient Chinese song namely High Mountain, Flowing Water (高山流水)”
21 Apr 2017
“Very pleasant walk”
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Xiannvshan Town, Wulong County 408513, China
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Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

I took a day tour, which include three gorges and this place. As per tour guide, going to the place should take thr bus no.1-2. I took no.1. When I got off the bus, I just went into the entrance in front of me but...More

1  Thank maetamon
Reviewed 21 April 2017

The fissure gorge is pleasantly straightforward compared to three bridges.It has one entrance and one exit.It was different to three bridges in that gorge is very narrow compared to three bridges.Waterfalls are very close.Step platforms themselves are very feng shui.Good pictures can be taken in...More

Thank Rod J
Reviewed 21 December 2016

This will be one of the first things you encounter as you leave the elevator and start walking into the valley. Breathtaking at first sight and still have fond memories of this magical moment!

Thank Rick H
Reviewed 20 June 2016

Had to take a chinese speaking day bus tour to get there and a couple of compulsory shopping stops, but so worth it. The walking tour was paved all the way and had a glass elevator to get down part of the way - but...More

1  Thank LeanneJ721
Reviewed 28 September 2015

Unfortunately many of the photos on this post are of totally different sites. The Longshuixia Fissure is a narrow fault line that has been carved out by the river that just tears through the gorge that is only a few metres wide in places. I...More

1  Thank Jason B
Reviewed 23 August 2014

Same as for Tian Sheng Three Bridges, yet different, nature has spent thousands of years forming these wonderful landscapes. Grottoes, riffs, underground rivers, you will feel that Earth is older than a city and more powerfull than a rocket. I would highly suggest to come...More

1  Thank guiyong
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