铁 橛 悬 泉
The Hung Spring is running in the crevices of the 500-meter Lotus Peak of the Qingdao Tiejue Mountain Scenery Zone, under a steep cliff named “Water Dripping Cliff”. “Water drips from the rock crevices creating notes of stringed musical instruments. It turns into a stream at the bottom and never overflows in raining summer nor dries up in extreme drought. It sounds like pearls flowing out and a piece of elegant music, which is no lesser than the Lushan Mountain Waterfall.” The special cave landscape and the springs form up the Hung Spring scene that is one of the eight scenic wonders of the Old Jiaozhou Prefecture.