Wulingyuan is one of the best spot to visit in China. Google review rates it 4.3 stars. Located in Hunan Province, stretched over 26,000 hectares is home of 3,000 quartzite sandstone pillars and numerous peaks. Wullingyuan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as named in 1992. The site is positioned between 29°16′0″N 110°22′0″E and 29°24′0″N 110°41′0″E in the Zhangjiajie City. Wulingyuan lies about 270 kilometers (170 mi) to the northwest of Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province.
The peaks in Wulingyuan are 660 ft. in height. There are also many ravines and gorges comprising of many refreshing streams, sweet water ponds and crystal clear water falls. It also includes 40 caves, mostly with large calcite deposits. Wulingyuan also comprises of two striking natural bridges. The two of them are named as Xianrenqiao (Bridge of the Immortals) and Tianqiashengkong (Bridge across the Sky).
Besides the outstanding beauty of the landscape, the area is also distinguished for the fact that it is shelter to countless endangered plant and animal species. Wulingyuan is a part of the Wuling Mountain Range. The scenic area of Wulingyuan is also composed of several illustrious national parks. Zhangjiajie is one of the Natural Forest Park. The place can be accessed best by landing on closest domestic airport Zhangjiajie Hehua Airport and then reaching the site via a cab or bus. The place is a wonder for hiking lovers. The Wulingyuan also includes Kongzhong Tianyuan garden, Xianren Qiao (Bridge of the Immortals, First Bridge of the World Tian Xia Di Yi Qiao), Heavenly Pillar, Tianzi Mountain, 10 Mile Natural Gallery, Yaozizai (Yaozi Village), Golden Whip Stream, Sadao Gully, Huanglong Dong (longest cave in Asia) and Tianmen Mountain.