Built in 1934, it is more than 20 meters from the ground. As one of the eight scenes of the Beishan in the past, it is so magnificent that it is known as the "suspension Cave Bridge". The bridge is highly arched like a humpback, so the Jilin people call it "Humpback Bridge" in an amusing fashion. When the bridge was completed, Emperor Aixinjiaoluo Pu Yi of the puppet Manchukuo was asked to give it a name. Pu Yi thought and thought but could not find an appropriate name for it. Then Emperor Bao Xi told Pu Yi a story about Qingsheng Zuren Emperor Aixinjiaoluo Xuan Ye (i.e. Emperor Kangxi) in his journey to Jilin in the east. When arriving in Jilin, Emperor Kangxi led the royal family, princes and dukes to the Beishan to go hunting. When riding his horse to the valley between two hills, he drew the reins and looked back, and then stopped his horse to overlook Jilin Ulala town. What he saw was "On both banks are rocky mountains and lush cliffs, and masts and ships are mooring next to one another in the river city". Pu Yi took this as an allusion and gave the bridge the name of Drawing-rein Bridge.