Originally, I wanted to climb the top of the Matan Cableway, but unfortunately, people were full, so I had to sit on the Cableway. Qingbixi itself is very clear, the environment is good, but it is similar to the ordinary forest park... It's not worth seeing on the ropeway.
To Cangshan, you are still recommended to take the Gantong Temple ropeway. The price is not expensive, and the scenery is very good. The key price is very affordable! The water on the mountain is very clear and the color is very beautiful. But the water is cold. Many people take pictures here. Be careful not to fall into the water in order to avoid accidents.
Qingbi River is one of the 18 streams in Diancangshan, between Malong Peak and Shengying Peak in Cangshan. The water between the valleys has been very little, the waterfall has long disappeared, leaving only the blue pool formed by the flowing water. The water is clear at a glance, such as the emerald inlaid in the valley, which is really beautiful.
Very common place, spend 120 up to see not worth it. On rainy days, especially when the stairs are wet and slippery, visitors fall down on the stairs. Fortunately, friends pull her, or they will become bulldozers! It feels that the facilities are not enough, and there are too many people to accommodate them.
I just want to say that I will never regret it. This ticket price is worth the scenery. When we arrived at Qingbixi, the water was ice water, because it was too frozen. It should be said that the water in Yunnan was ice, but the water in Cangshan Mountain was more ice, more thorough and more pure. We climbed up and saw a hole. It opened our eyes thoroughly. It was beautiful. It's so clear!
Qingbi River is a view of Cangshan Mountain. From Jade Belt Road to Qingbi River, the sunset light shines on the peaks, the valley is dark, and the water in the stream is little in winter. At this time, there are not many tourists in the scenic spot, so they do not go down the valley. Qingbixi is suitable for summer when there is more water.
The stream is as clear as its name, green and deep as a pool of water, but it can be seen to the end. The water flows downstream from the upstream, winding and winding down the Erhai Lake. Looking down from the cable car, the stream runs through the Cangshan Mountains like a narrow jade belt, connecting the Erhai Sea. It can not help sighing: on one side, the water and soil support one side, the Erhai Lake is close to the beautiful Cangshan Mountains, the Cangshan Mountains are tightly embraced with tenderness. No wonder Erhai Lake is so close to each other that it has both strength and softness. This snowy land always interprets moving legends and magic.