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Lushan Waterfalls, Jiujiang

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Admired for a thousand years and sung about in many poems, Lushan Waterfalls dazzles as a complex of three-tier cascades in Lushan National Park, a World Heritage Site. Hidden in a deep gully, a total of 22 waterfalls, 18 rapids, and 14 ponds drop from Mount Lu’s Wulao peak, hitting craggy rocks and cliffs 155 m (508 ft) below in three sections, producing foam, mist, and a spectacular roar. Take a cable car and walk some 1,500 steps to reach the top observation spot, then start descending. The longest and biggest is the waterfall’s third tier, with a wide cascade falling from the high cliff. Make Lushan Waterfalls part of your personalized Jiujiang itinerary using our Jiujiang vacation generator.
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