Sanchahe Scenic Area


Sanchahe Scenic Area

by Live in Guizhou

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Sanchahe Scenic Area is located in Zhexiang Town, Zhenfeng County, with about 8,000 acres. The Sanchahe Scenic Area is 9 kilometers from Zhenfeng County, between the Huangguoshu Waterfall and the Malinghe Canyon, two national scenic spots. It is a provincial-level tourist resort and a national 4A-level scenic area.

The Sanchahe is named after the convergence of the Nakong, Pozha, and Namo rivers. The scenic area has developed karst landforms, with lush mountains, valleys, and various weather patterns, making it a unique highland hill and water landscape scenic spot with deep, quiet, beautiful, rough, rough, ancient, and magical features. Accompanying the Sanchahe scenery is the “Tiger” character engraved on the cliff by the Miao uprising leader Yang Shusen on the east bank, the most prominent “Tiger” character cliff in Guizhou.

The Sanchahe has charming scenery all year round. The gentle spring breeze ripples the blue water, and the peach blossoms fragrance the air. In summer, the sun shines brightly, and the trees and flowers compete for beauty. The maple leaves are like fire in late autumn, and the rice fields are fragrant while the bright moon shines. The early blooming winter jasmine and green bamboo clusters still sway in winter. The distinct four seasons of beautiful lake scenery create another paradise on earth.