Mount DanXia 丹霞山 scenic area, GuangDong province

DānXiá Shān is a world famous UNESCO World Heritage Site Geo-Park.

The area comprises a reddish sandstone which has been eroded over the years into a series of outcrops with spectacular cliffs and unusual rock formations.

There are a number of temples in the mountains and many scenic paths. FuYiJiang River winds through the mountains and boat trips are possible.

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