This jaw-dropping spire is called Red Clouds Golden Summit and sits on a ridge on Mount Fanjing, or Fanjingshan – an other-worldly Unesco World Heritage Site – in China’s Wuling mountain range.
Source: The incredible twin temples perched atop a breathtaking rocky spire
THE world’s most remote temples force devout worshippers to conquer 9,000 steps to pray at a head-spinning 7,500ft-high summit. After scaling the peak of sacred Mount Fanjing, they’ll see two small ancient Buddhist temples – incredibly perched on a dangerous, rocky top.
Source: Most remote temple forces worshippers to climb 9,000 steps to pray
You’d have to climb nearly 9,000 steps to reach these temples in the sky. Could you do it?
Source: Two Buddhist Temples Sit on a Peak Over 7,500 Feet High in the Sky
On a tall spire atop the highest peak in the Wuling Mountains sit a pair of Buddhist temples, separated by a narrow gorge.
Source: A Photo Visit to Mount Fanjing
Fanjingshan, or Mount Fanjing, located in Tongren City, southwest China, is an ideal home for many plants and animal species.
Source: Fanjingshan, the holy mountain and biodiversity hub of China