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|“||One of the most spectacular natural details surrounding the panda village is a frozen waterfall that is cast below an impressive dam-like bamboo structure.||”|
|—The Art of Kung Fu Panda 3, p. 145|
The frozen waterfall is a frozen-solid waterfall outside of Panda Village. It serves as the only accessible entry point to the village by means of an elevator crafted on a bamboo dam at the top of the fall. It was featured in Kung Fu Panda 3 where Li takes Po and Mr. Ping to the village for the first time, as well as where Kai quickly scales his way up the fall by using his blades as climbing tools.
- The film art team looked at dams built in ancient China as inspiration for the frozen waterfall's bamboo structures. Art director Max Boas specifically cites the "Dujiangyan irrigation system, which utilized bamboo-wrapped rocks in its construction."