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Mt. Emei

emei-mountainMt. Emei lies in the southwestern area of Sichuan basin. Its main peak is called the Golden Summit and the highest peak is the Wan Fo Ding (Ten Thousand Buddhas) Summit, 3099 meters above the sea level.

The Mt. Emei is one of the four most sacred Buddhist Mountains in China. UNESCO has added Mt. Emei to the World Natural Heritage List.

emei-mountain01Mt. Emei is one of four famous Buddhist Mountains in China. It is characterized by its unique geological relief, soil, and climate. The ecological environment nurtures numerous plant and animal species. The mountain is known as the Kingdom of Plants and the Paradise of Animals. The forest coverage on Mt. Emei is as high as 87%. Five vegetation belts are defined according to vertical zones.

Mt. Emei is inhabited by over 2,300 species of animals, of which 29 species are listed under state protection. Above all, Mt. Emei is famous for its miraculous power and wondrous beauty.

The mountain is shrouded in an ever-hanging cloud of fog. Fir trees, pines, and cedars clothe the slopes; lofty crags, cloud-kissing precipices, butterflies and azaleas together form a nature reserve. There are four seasons in a day: changeable weather in the 5 kilometres from the bottom to the summit of Mt. Emei.

The Temple of Ten Thousand Years, Crouching Tiger Monastery, and Pure Sound Pavillion are just some of the sites attracting tourists, pilgrims, and monks.

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