THE Tianzi Mountains they are a breathtaking sight that must be absolutely visited. They are mountains in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Parkin China, in Hunan Province. The natural setting is so striking that it inspired the film Avatar, box office champion in 2009. Very high peaks, sandstone formations of columns and pinnacles that seem to hold up the sky, immersed in a mist. The latter makes everything magically hang between heaven and earth. This fog is present 200 days a year.
Go fully into the UNESCO World Heritage, covers 67 square km in the nature reserve. Their highest peak reaches 1260 meters. The peaks are surrounded by lush and dense vegetation with bridges, caves, forests and waterfalls. A true landscape that seems out of this world, where the floating and hanging mountains could only inspire a surreal landscape for a movie.
For those who likeadventure there is the highest external elevator in the world. It is called Bailong, it is 326 meters and takes tourists to the top. The lower half is inserted into the mountain and the upper is formed by a visible steel tower. It can carry 50 passengers to the top in less than two minutes. In addition, there is no shortage of cable cars at 700 meters altitude. The ideal time to enjoy the show are the months of April, May, September and October, when the temperature is around 12 degrees. Unfortunately the blue men from Avatar will be missing, but otherwise there is really everything to make the experience unique.
Source: Lega Nerd
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