The "Club" Peak looks like a huge club used for beating laundries dry. Locals worship the peak for its resemblance to the male sex organ, symbolizing fertility. For centuries, women who are unable to bear children climbed the steep steps of the mountain to touch the "club" for its blessing. A temple on the mountain is famous for its cliff carvings. Cable cars are available to take travelers to the base of the peak. Visitors can also walk up and enjoy the sceneries along the way.