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Dailuo Ding

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Dailuo Ding is located to the east of the Taihuai Temple. It is also called Daluo Ding or Qingfeng. It was built in Ming Dynasty 1465-1487 A.D.

A new path was built in 1991 called Dazhi Road. It was made of bluestone with it measuring 108m long and 2.2m wide. This path has 1080 steps. The name of the path and number of stairs derive from Buddhism. A saying that goes with the stairs translates as "go straight upstairs to the gate of Dailuo Ding and this will calm you down". 

For an excellent view of Taihuai, Dailuo Ding, the hillside overlooking the town to the east is well worth a trip; you can walk up the stone staircase in about twenty minutes or take a cable car most of the way.