YingXi Corridor of Stone Peaks in China
The YingXi Corridor in China is just one more of the fascinating locations that tourists are now enjoying after the many years of Chinese isolation. The corridor is filled with limestone peaks that tower above the waterways and fields of the region. Some of the massive limestone peaks appear to be shoved out of the ground by tremendous forces from below.
If you want to enjoy the full beauty of the region, you will want to hire a guide who takes you along the waterways in a small boat letting you experience the tall peaks up close and watch as local fishermen toss their nets to catch their day’s dinner. The area is open to tourists and costs only 138 Chinese Yuan, or about $23.