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Mountain Jizu

Introducing Mountain Jizu, Mountain Jizu Guide, Mountain Jizu Travel Guide
Article from Dali Municipal Commission of Tourism

Mountain Jizu is a national AAAA grade scenic zone, the famous Buddhist shrine known throughout South and Southeast Asia, one of China's top ten famous Buddhist mountains. Mountain Jizu a major attraction of the national scenic area of Dali, and a multi functional scenic zone based on exhibiting Buddhist-based cultures and ecological landscape, integrating Buddhist pilgrimage, Buddhist studies, tourism, and science expedition.

Mountain Jizu sits high within Binchuan County, Bai Autonomous Prefecture of Dali, in the northwest of Yunnan, on Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau. Mountain Jizu’s highest peak Tianzhu Peak, the pillar of the sky, is 3,248 meters high. Since there were three peaks in a row in the front, and a ridge dragging in the rear which overall looks like a foot of the chick, it is therefore call “Jizushan”, the Chick Foot Mountain in Chinese. In Mountain Jizu, there are 40 strange hills, 12 perilous peaks, 34 palisades, 45 tranquil caverns, and more than a hundred brooks and springs. In addition, there are more than 500 kinds of advanced plants in more than 80 species; there is well preserved pristine ecology; ancient millennium trees can be seen everywhere; and there are dozens of rare birds and animals.

Quick Facts on Mountain Jizu

Name: Mountain Jizu
Location: 100Km to Dali
Dates: Han Dynasty ( 221 - 263 )
Best Time to Visit: March to November
Recommended Time for a Visit: 4 Hours
Opening Hours: 08:00 - 18:00
Admission Fee: CNY 80

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