Dalou Mountains

Dalou Mountains
Dalou Mountains
Country People's Republic of China
Region Sichuan Province
Highest point Mount Jinfo (金佛山)
 - elevation 2,251 m (7,385 ft)

The Dalou Mountains (simplified Chinese: 大娄山; traditional Chinese: 大婁山} are a range of limestone mountains running 300 kilometres (190 mi) north east to south west across the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau spanning Guizhou and Sichuan Provinces, People's Republic of China.[1] At 2,251 metres (7,385 ft), Mount Jinfo (金佛山) in Nanchuan District, Chongqing is the highest peak in a range that is also the watershed between the Wu and Chiahui rivers.


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