Huishan is the first place in the Jiangnan Plain because of its main peak height, its beautiful scenery and historical and cultural precipitation. When emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty commented on the mountains in the south of the Yangtze River, he thought that "only Huishan is elegant and quiet, the first mountain in the south of the Yangtze River is not Huishan". For this reason, Qianlong wrote the inscription "the first mountain in the south of the Yangtze River" in his own hand. Now you can see this inscription when you go to Huishan Temple in Huishan Ancient Town. In addition to Xihui Park at the foot of Huishan Mountain, in the late 1980s, around the three peaks of Huishan Mountain, a super large-scale "Huishan National Forest Park" was built. Because the climbing is basically on foot, today's Huishan has become a good place for citizens to do morning exercises. There are three or four climbing paths from the foot of Huishan Mountain. The most suitable one is from the east side of Huishan, which is under the Shimen of Huiqian Road. This climbing road, formerly known as "72 Roller Bays", is a vivid analogy of 72 turns on the way up the mountain. When I was a child, I used to climb on the mountain road which turned around. Every time I made a turn, I would remember it in my heart. When I got to the number of 72, the top of Sanmao Peak would be there. But now most of the 72 turnings are missing. Instead, the newly built stone road on the mountain will have some stone benches and pavilions for climbers to rest at intervals. Huishan Mountain is also a barrier against the northwest wind in winter. Before every northwest wind brings snow into the city, the snow in the lower part will accumulate on the hillside of Huishan Mountain. With the cold climate in the mountains, the snow is not easy to melt. So for a good snowscape, it is most appropriate to climb Sanmao Peak in Huishan. In the past few years, whenever it began to snow in this city, I would climb Huishan with my camera on my back and record this rare snowscape in the South with my camera.