Mountains and waterscapes are Yuntaishan World Geopark’s two features. A number of 36 mountains and 20 natural caves, together with waterscapes include rivers, waterfalls and pools, making Yuntaishan World Geopark renowned worldwide. Ascending the 1304 meters high Zhuyu Peak, the main peak of this geopark, one can overlook Mt Taihangshan ranges extend all the way to horizon in the north and Huaichuan Plain as well yellow river in the south. Numerous springs, waterfalls and pools embedded into the green forest along the bizarre rocks densely, among them, the 314 meters long Yuntaishan waterfall is the longest in China, the second longest in Asia.
i visited this place by myself this June, it is one of the most awesome experience in my life...the food is nice, the weather is friend, anyway, i will visit this place again next time, with some one special...
In 2004, Yuntaishan was ratified as the world geopark by UNESCO in Paris as the top three Chinese geopark and Top Five Wold Geopark in the world.
I found an essay gives detailed information on this geopark: http://www.absolutechinatours.com/Anyang-attractions/yuntaishan-world-geopark-405.html