Tai Yi and Li Tou Jian peaks are glacial horns, pyramid-shaped peaks formed by glacial erosion. Tai Yi Peak is 1228m above sea level. Tai Yi was the highest level of fortune telling in ancient China. Li Tou Jian Peak is 1300m above sea level and resembles the head of a plow(Li Tou Jian). The names are closely connected with ancient Chinese culture and farm life.