Li Ma Peak
從對面山上眺望，峰頂有一巨石，如大臣端笏而立，又若天女靚妝覲帝。步移景換，妙趣橫生。峰壁上有十個石刻大字「立馬空東海，登高望太平」。每字字徑達6 米，「平」字一豎竟長達 9.4 米，世所罕見 ,氣勢磅礡。石刻落款「民廿八年 (1939 年)，西蜀唐式遵」。這是黃山最大的摩崖石刻，也是國內名山中極其少見的精品之作，令人嘆為觀止。
The Qian Luan Peak, also known as the Li Ma Peak, is one of the total 36 major peaks on Mount Huang.
There are many boulders on the mountain, one of these is called the "Heavenly Maidens Observing the Emperor". This boulder is famous for carvings of 10 characters (立馬空東
that are unique in the country. These carvings were made in 1939 during the 28th year of the Republic of China by a commander of the 23rd army. This was during the second Sino-japanese war. The characters "Li Ma" (standing horse
refer to the mountain peak and is also a metaphor for resisting the Japanese invasion. "Dong Hai" (East Sea refers to one of Mount Huang’s five seas and is an analogy for the Japanese military. "Tai Ping" (great peace refers to Mount Huang’s Tai Ping County and is a metaphor for world peace. "Kong" (empty and "Wang" (hope are references to China’s desire to defeat the Japanese and the country’s desire for peace. Each character is six metres wide, with the “Ping character standing at 9.4 metres tall. The stone is the largest cliff stone on Mount Huang and its rarity has ensured its status as a national treasure.