Flyover Bridge Pier is situated along the northwest cliff of Yellow Stone Village in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. 6 oval pillars, rising to more than 200m above the sea level, line up in the 3000m gully between the Yellow Stone Village and Yuanjiajie in the north-south direction. The pillar size and distance are equivalent, and the tops of pillars are shaped in platform, just like a row of bridge pier under construction. Two piers in the middle are relatively higher, and the piers at both sides are decreased gradually. Pillar tops are connected in an arch, solemn and imposing. Under the pier, the riverbed has been dried up. There are jagged rocks of grotesque shapes and sparse trees, seeming like wild and desolate. Clouds fill with the gully in raining days. Piers disappear and reappear as a furious billow. While it is sunny in the east and rainy in the west, gorgeous and magnificent rainbow seems to be a north-south bridge, forming a wonderful sight along with piers. It is thus graphically called as “Flyover Bridge Pier”.
Front Garden is in the east of Yellow Stone Village. An enlightened valley is distributed with dozens of small stone peaks. The tranquil and beautiful valley is surrounded by luxuriant flowers and trees, flowing waters and singing birds. Two inclined gates of “garden” are built from huge collapsed rocks, and the round double arches resemble the Moon Gate.
“Where you stand depends on where you look”. Standing on the Star-catching Stage, looking at the peak from a different angle, five stone peaks line up as five parallel fingers, uneven in length and well-spaced. The local people say that the five pillars are Buddha’s fingers, and hence the name of Five Fingers Peak.