Cangshan Mountain

Cangshan Mountain, two kilometers west of Dali, comprises nineteen peaks with eighteen rivulets. It is best noted for its snow, clouds, rivulets and peaks regarded as the four great wonders of Cangshan Mountain.

It is where Dali marble is quarried. Stretching some 50 kilometers from south to north, the mountain is fully covered by woods, enveloped in drifting clouds and hung with springs on its steep cliff sides. The top of the peaks, the highest being 4,122 meters above sea level, is clad in snow all the year round.

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