A traditional mountain in China, stone steps & bush paths, foot bridges, temples & little kiosks selling cold things in the summer heat.. Stalls at the car park sell little touristy things, a reasonable restaurant & rides for the gondola & RV rides up the mountain.
From the Gondola it's an easy walk down through temples & sheltered valleys. The valleys have small streams, foot bridges & sculpture. The more adventurous with more time can walk upwards to more exposed tracks over rocks & if you have some time, to the temple at the top of the mountain. On the peak above the car-park I was amazed to find a manned little shack with tiny garden with plants clinging to the rocky peak. The paths on the lower peak was good everywhere I went. On the higher rocky outcrops it was never difficult, but not the same easy track of the bushed areas. I have only been in summer, when it was a great day out from Tianjin. The area surrounding Pan Shan has Persimmon trees which look great at the right times.
Sorry, only photos I can find are from 2003. Since then some upgrades have happened.
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