The Three Gorges is a scenic area along the Yangtze River, one of the longest rivers in the world and one of the most important rivers in China. The Three Gorges is one of the 10 most famous tourist attractions in China.
The area has been the site of inspiration from several poets for their beauty. The Three Gorges have renowned scenic spots, such as the Kuimen, located at the western entrance to the Three Gorges. The cliffs on both sides appear to have been cut by knives or axes. Among the Wu Mountains that are located at the northern and southern beaches of the Wu Gorge, one of the twelve peaks is known as Fairy Peak. According to folk tradition, it symbolizes a fairy who assisted in controlling the waters and guiding boatmen