Wanfenglin: A marvelous spectacle in SW China
CGTN

Located around five miles away from Xingyi City, Bouyei and Miao Autonomous Prefecture in southwest China's Guizhou Province, Wanfenglin is praised as a “marvelous spectacle in the world.” 

Known as “Forest of Ten Thousands of Peaks” in Chinese, it's a major part of the Maling River Canyon, a national scenic area. It is 30-50 km in width and 200 km in length, covering an area of 2,000 sq km within Xingyi.

Wanfenglin is a karst landform that consists of thousands of green peaks and fields. The place was awarded as “one of the most beautiful peak forests in China” and “national geological park.”

Wanfenglin is located in southwest China's Guizhou Province.  /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin is located in southwest China's Guizhou Province.  /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin is praised as a " marvelous spectacle in the world." /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin is praised as a " marvelous spectacle in the world." /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin is a major part of the Maling River Canyon. /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin is a major part of the Maling River Canyon. /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin. /VCG Photo

Wanfenglin. /VCG Photo

Houses embraced by peaks. /VCG Photo

Houses embraced by peaks. /VCG Photo

The green peaks. /VCG Photo 

The green peaks. /VCG Photo 

Cover: Wanfenglin and its villages. /VCG Photo