Wumengshan National Geological Park


Wumengshan National Geological Park

by Live in Guizhou

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Wumengshan National Geological Park is located in Liupanshui City, Guizhou Province. The geological park is characterized by the peak of Wumengshan and its eastern plateau karst geology. It has various types of karst geological relics and landform landscapes formed in different periods since the Cenozoic era on the eastern slope of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. The geological park is home to many ethnic minorities such as Miao, Buyi, and Yi, with strong ethnic customs and rich and colorful ethnic cultures.

Wumengshan National Geological Park is divided into two parks, namely Beipanjiang Canyon Park and Biyun Cave Group Park. The Biyun Cave Group Park consists of Danxia Mountain Scenic Area, Biyun Cave Scenic Area and Panxian Ancient City Scenic Area. These areas feature strange cave resources and karst mountain scenery in Pan County.

Beipanjiang Karst Grand Canyon is characterized by its majestic and steep canyon scenery. The peaks here are towering and majestic, the canyons are deep and the cliffs are steep, the caves are strange and the stones are stunning. Additionally, the mountains and the water blend together. When visitors come here, they will be moved by the scenery, their imaginations will run wild, and they will surely be intoxicated by the picturesque Wumeng Mountain landscape.