Zhangjiajie Immortal Bridge, also known as Zisheng Bridge, underneath the bridge is an abyss, flying between the east and west peaks in the sky. It is very special as a viewing point, so I dare not walk past it.
Zhangjiajie Immortal Bridge, also known as Zisheng Bridge, is made of quartz sandstone with an abyss under the bridge. It volleys over the east and west peaks. Both ends of the Immortal Bridge are supported by boulders like a bridge. The raised stones at both ends of the bridge look like a fort. "The moat becomes a thoroughfare." Superbly crafted, thrilling and peculiar, it is breathtaking. The two ends of the bridge are densely shaded by green trees. Below the bridge is a cliff of tens of thousands of meters, with clouds and mists surrounding, thrilling. Dao Ren Juefeng right as the pillar, chatting about a rainbow crossing new songs.
The Immortal Bridge is made of red sandstone, with a very narrow bridge deck and a vast abyss under the bridge.
A natural stone bridge, which is about 15 minutes long, is closed because of the danger, and is about 1 meter and 5 meter wide, flat and 15 meter long.
This is the power of nature, and it creates a narrow bridge.