Do you know which of the four major karst caves in China are: Guilin Ludiyan, Fujian Yuhua Cave, Hangzhou Yaolin Cave, and the stone cave I want to introduce. Shihua Cave, known as Beijing Shihua Cave National Geological Park, is located in Cheying Village, Hebei Zhennan, Fangshan District, Beijing, 55 kilometers away from Beijing. The cave has seven layers with a height difference of 150 meters. At present, all the first and second layers and three or four layers of the cave have been opened to the outside world. Many years ago, the mountains in Beijing were dissolved into many karst caves by carbonate. Shihua Cave is one of them. The geological age of its development is in the limestone of Ordovician Majiagou Formation. With the multiple uplift and relative stability of crustal movement, it developed into multi-layer and multi-branch karst caves. Because the cave is dark, so put on this kind of color lights, creating a gorgeous effect. The original name of Shihua Cave is Qianzhen Cave. There is a legend about Shihua Cave - "Long ago, a monk named Yuanguang came to Nancheying Village and decided to have a rest when he saw the beautiful scenery here. But a cool air in the hot summer made him wake up. He subconsciously looked down the wind and saw the gust of cool wind coming from the cracks in the rocks on the north side of the mountain ditch. His curiosity drove him to make a bright day. White, then the hammer and chisel dried up in the concave table tennis. Finally, he cut a hole with thick bucket mouth. He climbed far and far through the thin-walled hole. He saw the more and more fluorescence gathered in front of him. By fluorescence, he saw that the huge cave in front of him was decorated with many wonderful and colorful scenes, such as bright pillars, flowers, umbrellas and balls. Enraptured, there are the poem title of "Xianxiang Dongfudi, Dreaming into Zhenzang" and the three big words of "Qianzhendong" at the mouth of the cave. Since then, he has been able to make this strange cave his home and devote himself to practice. Now, 700 years later, three strong letters in regular scripts "Shihua Cave" beside the title of the contemporary celebrity Mr. Zhao Puchu still shine in the sunshine. (From the network) Because of the special geological reasons, the temperature here is perennially constant in more than a dozen degrees, which is a good summer place - much cooler than air conditioning. Of course, if you are afraid of cold, it is recommended not to wear shorts, wear a thick coat, in order to avoid colds. Tips - "Adult ticket price 70 yuan, student card, elderly card half ticket, 1.2 meters or less children free of tickets. Transportation route 1, Fangshan (Yancun) exit of Beijing-Shijiazhuang Expressway - Yanhe Road (via Tuoli) - Shihua Cave 2, Liangxiang Airport exit of Fangshan, Jingshi Expressway - Liangtuo Road (via Qinglong Lake) - Shihua Cave
During the Spring Festival, people do not go to special holes with constant temperature of 13 degrees, but when they go down to the third and fourth floors, they must take off part of the clothes holes, which are very deep, 150 meters deep, not blowing, and then climb up very tired, basically a very good scene in a sweat hole of 70 yuan, tickets are very valuable, there are moving 4G signals in the holes, but there is no connection.
Shihua Cave is located in Fangshan, Beijing, deep in Xishan Mountain. At present, it has been found that there are six layers of this cave, which are connected by layers and connected by caves. There are many stalagmite pillars in the Stone Flower Cave. They are very strange and have different shapes. They are beautiful and extraordinary. More precious stone lotus. The light of the stone flower cave is very dark and the humidity is high. The elderly and children should be careful when they visit it. By the way, the ticket for Shihuadong is 70 yuan. It's a little expensive! __________
Shihua Cave was visited once 27 years ago. At that time, there were only two underground floors. Now it has been found that there are seven floors and only four floors open. Today, it is decided to visit it again. Driving a kilometer away from the entrance of the cave was stopped by local villagers. They said that if they wanted to drive up, they would either have a pleasant meal at their farmhouse or give them 20 yuan to take us up. In order to love the car, they would be given 20 yuan. As a result, the old lady telephoned and telegraphed a car number to let me drive up. It's a little bit of joy, but luckily I met a good tour guide. The whole process of smiling service and sweet explanations are in a much better mood. The scenery inside the stone flower cave is still very good, which fully reflects the power of nature and the charm of artifice. It is worth visiting.
It's unexpected that Beijing has such a large scale karst cave with seven underground floors, a total of five open floors. One of China's four largest lava caves, however, is not very well known in Beijing. It's really a grievance. Various forms of stone, stalactites, elegant and beautiful stone terraces, magnificent stone waterfalls. Of great momentum! It's definitely worth going.
The original name of Shihua Cave "Qianzhen Cave" has been more than 500 years since its discovery. Because there are three marble Buddha statues carved in the cave, they were renamed "Stone Buddha Cave" and incense once flourished. Shihua Cave is a large-scale karst cave found in China, with many cave layers, complete sedimentary types and large quantities of secondary chemical sediments. Its aesthetic value and scientific research value can also rank in the forefront of the world's caves. It is also known as China's four major karst caves with the famous Guilin Ludiyan, Fujian Yuhua Cave and Hangzhou Yaolin Cave. Taking children can help them increase their knowledge and enjoy the beautiful scenery outside the cave, killing two birds with one stone.
Today, I went to No. 34, which is very convenient. It was only an hour before I sent it out. When I came back, I heard that the annual ticket for Beijing Scenic Scenic Area, which I bought, was worth a hundred yuan and forty-two scenic spots. The cave was beautiful and a little damp and cold, but I walked all the time without feeling cold. Sometimes I heard the rumbling voice, a little scared. I walked for about two hours, and arrived at the second floor in about one hour. You can continue to walk on the third floor and the fourth floor, but you can go straight up and out of the hole if you are tired. There's a place for free photography. When you go out of the hole, you get a two-inch-sized one. You can't see it clearly. If you want a big one, you can buy one for fifteen yuan.