Wuyuezhai Scenic Area
Wuyuezhai (Five-peak) is named after the five peaks standing shoulder by shoulder and it is endowed with the scenes representative of the five greatest mountains in China (the five greatest mountains: Mount Tai, Mount Hua, Mount Song, Mount Heng in north China, Mount Heng in south China). In 2000, it was officially approved as a national forest park by the National Forestry Bureau.
Wuyuezhai Scenic Area is a part of the Manshan Natural Reserve of Hebei province. It has abundant natural resources, especially animals and plants. For plants, there are plants under national protection, namely membranous milk vetch and acanthopanacis senticosi. Visitors can enjoy the odd rocks, grand waterfalls, diverse ecological scenes, and humanistic scenes. They can find the first waterfall in Hebei province. they can also experience the scene of “snow in May and ice in June”.
Wuyuezhai Scenic Area is composed of six scenic spots, namely Main Peak Scenic Spot, Yinghe Canyon Scenic Spot, Tongyue Canyon Scenic Spot, Wuqu Stream Scenic Spot, Lingxiao Scenic Spot and Tuoliang Scenic Spot. In total there are more than one hundred sights of interest. Well-preserved ecological system and humanistic sights exist harmoniously.