Wanzhang Grottoes and other melting caves in Jezhou are listed in the World Natural Heritage List. Although I am only a geologist, I have gained a lot today. There are many caves and few caves in the world. The caves are formed by water flowing through rocks, and the caves are formed by magma flowing through them. For example, the stalactites and stalagmites in Benxi Water Cave are made up of calcium carbonate, while the lava stalactites in Wanzhang Cave (Fig. 1) and the pillars (Fig. 2) are evaporated magma condensation and formed under the flow of magma from the upper lava cave, respectively. Note that there are loopholes above the pillars. Fig. 3 The lava flowing stone is the water flowing down the wall by roasting at high temperature. The streamline and wall of Fig. 45 show the change of magma height with the change of volcanic eruption. The tortoise rocks in Fig. 6 are tortoise shell-like rocks formed by falling rocks on the top of the cave, melted by magma at the bottom and kept intact at the top. Stone pillars and tortoise rocks are the representatives of the geological wonders of Wanzhang Grottoes. Because I had worked as a miner before, I brought a headlamp, and it was very powerful. It was very cheap. It bought 2 or 30 on the Internet. Mobile lighting is useless. From Jizhou to No. 201, get off at the entrance of Wanzhang Grottoes. It takes one hour and 20 minutes. There are still 2.5 kilometers from Wanzhang Grottoes. You can walk for 30 minutes or take No. 711 bus.
From Jizhou Waibao Station, we arrived at Wanzhangcave Station by 701 hours. After getting off, we called a taxi and went straight to the scenic spot. The three of us went into the cave and were deeply shocked by nature's ghost axe and magic work. All kinds of volcanic and lava relics took a vivid geography lesson. It's a little cold in the cave. There are drops of water on the top of the cave. It's uneven under your feet. Go ahead carefully. At the end of the tour, I had lunch in the cafeteria of Wanzhang Cave. It tasted good. The price is not very expensive, like it!
Wanzhang Cave is the longest lava cave in the world and is listed as a nature reserve. The so-called lava cave refers to the cave formed by the eruption of deep underground lava from the crater and flowing to the surface. Wanzhang Grottoes have various forms of typical lava caves, such as lava shoots up to 70 cm long and lava tubular tunnels.
В пешере очень холодно и сыро, с потолка капает вода. Сапоги и зонт там не помешают. Очень просторная и по началу слабо верилось, что она естественного происхождения. Протяженность составляет около 1.5 км и заканчивается пещера столбом застывшей лавы. Досадно, что обратно идти ьем же путем.
It's very cold under the Wanzhang Grottoes, just like the karst caves in our country. I remember to take one more piece of clothes. It's a karst cave formed by volcanic lava from Mount Hannah. It's super large and ranks first in the world, but it's not open to tourists very much.