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Mountain Huashan Plank Trail

118 Reviews

Mountain Huashan Plank Trail

118 Reviews
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Xi'an Huashan Mountain Adventure Day Tour
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Xi'an Huashan Mountain Adventure Day Tour

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Enjoy a full-day tour to Mount Huashan to see Buddhist and Taoist temples, walk through the mountains and admire the spectacular landscape of sheer cliffs with temples that cling to the rock. Depart Xi’an early to make the most of your day, then take a cable car to the summit of at Mount Huashan upon your arrival. Have free time to hike on your own, perhaps stopping at Gold Lock Pass to marvel at thousands of locks that dangle from along the trail fences. Includes transportation, hotel pickup and drop-off.
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Niko wrote a review Sep 2020
2 contributions4 helpful votes
Despite checking in advance with local tour guides and the hotel, the Huashan Mountain are is still closed for foreigners... really sad to see Chinese tourist attractions develop in such a poor direction.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Bill K wrote a review Nov 2019
Chesterfield, Michigan108 contributions20 helpful votes
This was the whole reason I came to Mt Hua in the first place. Well worth the queue wait! Bring a gopro
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rory G wrote a review Oct 2019
Canada19 contributions18 helpful votes
An awesome trip across the plank trail on Oct 21st. Not the most friendly people running the trail and especially if you don't speak Chinese. They would not let me go as a single, so I was adopted by a kind Chinese couple and we signed up as a group. It didn't make much sense to me as they send people on the trail as a group anyways along with chaperones. Either way, it was a great time especially thinking that it was going to be closed for maintenance.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tahoe mike wrote a review Sep 2019
Arlington, Texas21 contributions7 helpful votes
This is my second trip to the beautiful Hua Shan Mountains. I had read that the plank path was closed and I can confirm it is true. Also they discriminate against older guys like me that are over 50 but still enjoy jumping out of airplanes and doing plank walk type hikes. Nothing that a 20y note can’t fix. It is much easier getting to Hua Shan than when I was here 12 years ago. High speed trains will take you from Xian North station to Huashan North station in about 38 minutes and they run every 2 hours or so. Next you can take the free green shuttle buses across the street to the visitor center. I would suggest taking the West Peak cable ride and hiking over to the North Peak which can be done in a day. The park bus to the West Peak cable station takes about 25 minutes.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Hasan A wrote a review Aug 2019
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I went there in July 2018 first time and it was closed for maintenance and I was extremely upset so I made the decision to come again next year and guess what it was closed again and even though I asked a friend who lives in Xi'an to ask the tourist info centre for me and they were sure that it's always open and this time there was a difference which is I found a big booth next to it with a green screen where they take pictures to people and photoshop it so that it shows that you've made the hike regardless to say that it was extremely crowded and for me I just felt that it was a big Scam to attract people
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Date of experience: August 2019
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