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Xianxia Forest Park

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Xianxia Forest Park

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Bao'an Country, Jiangshan 324100 China
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Kaye_ee wrote a review Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore123 contributions20 helpful votes
仙霞关, the ancient Xianxia Pass, it rained when I went, not an easy path if it’s raining. The history of the Xianxia Pass came alive as you walk the path, there are 4 Passes, 2nd Pass and 3rd Pass are nearer and towards the top, while the 4th is going downhill and can lead to Fujian.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Matt M wrote a review Mar 2016
DFW, United States49 contributions15 helpful votes
This is a reasonably attractive scenic area that is by no means strenuous to hike. However, some of the stone pavers are irregular. There is modest historical interest, both from antiquity (site of migration of soldiers from northern China to garrison this area) and modern times (clash between Nationalist forces and invading Japanese). The bamboo forests are particularly scenic, as are the scattered pavilions. This was rather too difficult for 2 toddlers to walk. They had to be carried some of the way. There is a spy museum at the bottom. The exhibits on spies against the Japanese have no English captions. The early 1900s rooms and furnishings are highly interesting, however.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Chris P wrote a review Mar 2014
Shanghai, China4,315 contributions146 helpful votes
Great walk and not too strenuous. Enjoyed walking over the pass and seeing the different defense positions and also all the farming, especially the tea harvesting and Rape plants in full flower
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Date of experience: March 2014
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VuattouxR wrote a review Sep 2013
Shanghai, China15 contributions20 helpful votes
This is supposedly where one of the fiecest combat between Chinese (KMT) troops and Japanese troops took place and where the war turned around. The walk through the forest is very beautiful, and time seems to stop when you are at the top. There is a small museum at the town below about Dali (a famous spy, who supposedly warned the US about Pearl Harbour bombing).
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Date of experience: September 2013
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