Zheshan Park is located in the center of Wuhu City, Anhui Province. The name of the stone is red, hence the name Zheshan consists of two large and small hills with an area of 47.87 hectares and a circumference of 4.5 kilometers. Zheshan Park has always been an ideal place for people to ascend. Among the more than 50 hills with different scenery in the urban area of Wuhu, Zheshan is the most prestigious.
Zheshan stands in the northwest corner of the city center. It has a circumference of 4.5 kilometers and a radius of 552.3 acres. It has two peaks, of which the large Zheshan is 84.8 meters above sea level and the small Zheshan is 67.9 meters above sea level. The mountains are full of trees, and the fragrant phoenixes are named after the mountains and rocks.
Zheshan has many historical sites. The Zheshan Zoo was built in the south of the Great Zheshan. It was formed by the merger of Changlin, Shanlin and Heping, three private zoos. It covers an area of 80 acres. The park is equipped with scenic spots, waterfalls, rockeries, sculptures and pontoons. There are more than 50 kinds of rare animals, more than 1,000.
The scenic spots of Zheshan Park are: Ningfang Garden, Haitang Garden, Du Fu Garden, Guihua Mountain, Meihua Mountain, and Sakura Mountain. There are 220 kinds of plant species, and the more expensive ones are: ginkgo, citron, sandalwood, maple and so on. The lawn is 41,000 square meters. The scenery forest is 10,400 square meters, each with its own characteristics.
Guangji Temple Guangji Temple is located in the south of Zheshan. It is a cultural relics protection unit in Wuhu City, a key temple and tourist attraction in China. The landscape of Guangji Temple includes: gold seals of eight pounds and eight eight, eight tons of eight hundred kilograms of bronze bells, eighty-eight ancient steps, Song Tower, Dicui Xuan, and ancient ginkgo trees. In 1983, the State Council of China determined that Guangji Temple was a Buddhist Chinese key temple in the Han area, and handed it over to the Buddhist community as a venue for Buddhist activities.
On May 1, 2004, Zheshan Park was opened to visitors free of charge. In 2004 and 2005, the mountaineering roads were all built into roads of cement and stone steps. The street lighting facilities were replaced and added, and the scenic spots such as the stacking springs, the stone plaques, the ancient vines and the double turtles were opened, and many pavilions were built. The addition of mysterious seats, flying across the rainbow, swimming space and other large-scale rides have made the park look new. In 2000, Zheshan Park Scenic Area was rated as the national AA tourist attraction, and in 2006 it was awarded the national AAAA tourist scenic spot.
Address: Located at Jiuhua Middle Road, downtown Wuhu.
Bus: You can take the 4th, 6th, 9th, 10th, 30th, 39th, 102nd, 106th (night), 111th (night) direct Zheshan Dongdaemun (station name: Zheshan Park). You can take the 8th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 37th, 41st, 103th, and 110th roads to the Zheshan West Gate (name: Minnan Medical College North Station)