The mystery of how to build Huashan plank road
4hw.com.cn: Recently, the Huashan plank road caused public concern again because of the cliff jumping event. Many friends are curious about how to build the world's extraordinary danger? How many ancient wisdom does this contain? Let's have a look.
Changkong plank road has a history of more than 700 years. It was built by Gao Daohe, the first generation of master of Huashan school, in the Yuan Dynasty, to become an immortal away from the world, inlaid with stone nails and wooden rafters on the cliffs.
After the liberation, Huayin Municipal People's Government renovated and strengthened many times, replacing wooden and stone piles as iron piles and wooden rafters as square trees and updating them regularly to ensure the safety of tourists. Huashan Scenic Area requires that tourists passing the long empty plank road must rent a safety belt of 30 yuan, so long as the operation is proper, the safety can be ensured. The long sky plank road is full of cliffs and cliffs, with iron cables hanging horizontally. It is built into a foot road with stones and fixed by stone pillars.
Changkong plank road is located in the middle of the mountain outside the South Tianmen gate on the east side of the south peak at the top of Huashan Mountain. After swallows take the watch and Chaoyuan cave, they step on the cliff gap and climb down the hanging ladder for more than 10 meters. Along the cliff, they set up a square plank road with a width of not more than a foot to Quanzhen rock. The road has a total length of about 100 meters.
The long sky plank road is full of cliffs and cliffs, with iron cables hanging horizontally. It is built into a foot road with stones and fixed by stone pillars. Due to the precipitous trestle Road, the local people are careful to look for the corpse, said Shangzhou, Luonan. It's just the way of exploration, not the only way to climb the mountain. The coward can just look at the watch stand. So there are many warning words on the stone carvings: reining in the horse on the precipice, etc.