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One of the lesser sites, unless you are into the culture history of certain Chinese philosopher back in the 4th century. This is more of a cultural than a natural heritage.
There is a river you can take a raft down, and view the mountain and rocks along the banks. The path that you climb by foot leads to the highest point in southeastern China, but it is only about 2000 ft.
The scenery is not that different from any where else in China.
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