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Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon

Introducing Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Guide, Zhangjiajie Grand Canyonn Travel Guide.
Article from Zhangjiajie Municipal Commission of Tourism

Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon is located in Sanguan Township of Cili County in Zhangjiajie City and is close to the world natural heritage and the world geological park– Wulingyuan scenic area of Zhangjiajie. It is a new development and construction of scenic spots. Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon combining mountain, water and hole, is the landform museum of Zhangjiajie.

Here you can enjoy the scenery of all Karst terrain of the North Temperate Zone! According to the legend, Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon had two names. One called Rotten Ship Gorge, because the water of the whole gorge and the Southern Red Flag Canal is from Shenquan Stream and its spring gushes from many rotten ships, but the local people don’t know the place that the rotten ships come from. So it named after the "Rotten Ship Gorge". Another name is called Massive Springs Gorge, because there are numerous springs in both sides of the gorge. There is a quiet stream in the middle of Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, and there is a path built by the plank by the stream.

Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon has not only traditional beautiful natural scenery, but also has historical and humanistic landscape of three generations. As "Thousands of graves", the ancient battlefield that recorded the fierce battle of Li Zicheng and Wu Sangui, the bandit hole reflected the history and characteristics of the Xiangxi and the Southern Red Flag Canal. The main attractions: One-Line-Sky, Family Portrait, The millennial Ancient Rattan, Chuangwang Pavilion, the Southern Red Flag Canal, Zhuaxian Spring, Rotten Ship Rock, The Bandit Hole and so on.

Quick Facts on Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon
• Name: The Grand Canyon
• Location: Downtown Zhangjiajie
• Phone: +86-744-8223426
• Best Time to Visit: April to October
• Recommended Time for a Visit: 4 Hours
• Opening Hours: 07:30-17:00
• Admission Fee: CNY 118

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