Mt. Changgang

Last updated by chinatravel at 2013-11-3

The 9km-long mountain is the most steep part of the Southern Silk Road. On both sides of the earth and gravel path stand more than 500 100-year-old pine trees which oevershadowed tired merchants in scorching summer in the Qing dynasty.-by Angela 2005.12

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