Overview of the Small Seven-hole Scenic Area
Dear visitors, welcome to the Small Seven-hole Scenic Area. The Small Seven-hole Scenic Area is a vital part of Libo Zhangjiang Scenic Area, located in the southwest of Libo county, Guizhou province. It is 28km away from the county seat, and 36km from the Mawei Railway Station. It is named after an ancient seven-hole stone bridge in the north of the Scenic Area, which was built in 1836, the 15th year of the Daoguang Reign in the Qing Dynasty. The Scenic Area is amid a narrow and long valley with a width of only 1-1.5km and a length of 12km. Integrating mountains, rivers, caves, forests, waterfalls, lakes and rocks, it manifests magnificence, spectacularity, dangerousness, elegance and beauty, offering so many for visitors to delight in. As its landscape is peerless among karst landforms, it is hailed as a ―super bonsai‖. Most of the scenic spots in the Scenic Area have been open to visitors, including the Bronze Drum Bridge, Small Seven-hole Ancient Bridge, Laya Waterfall, 68-level Hydraulic Drop Waterfall, Guibei Mountain Forest on Rocks, Water Forest, Verdant Valley Waterfall, Nuneijihai Wetland, Mandarin Ducks Lake, Heavenly Bell Cave, Dragon Spring, Dragon River Eco-corridor Drift, etc.