Baihua Mountain Scenic Area

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Baihua Mountain Scenic Area

Baihua Mountain Scenic Area
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Lucie Š
Guangzhou, China7 contributions
Nothing exciting
Jun 2016 • Couples
Baihua shan is quite far away from Beijing. We took a taxi from city. First 30km is highway and then you drive app.70km through lovely mountain area with villages. The hike itself was ok but nothing really exciting. When you reach the meadow on the top you can walk along the wooden footh path and enjoy some views. Even if this place is not so crowded we saw a lot of rubbish in the forests...
Written June 15, 2016
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

icand0it
Patong, Thailand2 contributions
Three Different Park Entrances To Baihua Mountain Top
Sep 2014 • Family
Hope this review help clarify some likely confusions to the entrances to get to Baihua Moutain Scenic Area and how these three different entrances can lead to the Big Meadow on Baihua Mountain top.

Entrance No.1 is in Qingshui Town, Mentougou District and a lot tourists would choose this one. To get there, drive along highway G109 and then take the road to Baihua Mountain. Admission Fee is 40 RMB as the time of writing. The path from entrance to mountain top is nearly 6 kilometers with an elevation change from of around 1,100 meters to around 1,900 meters. The climb can be challenging for some but this path leads tourists right to the Big Meadow.

Entrance No. 2 is in Shijiaying Xiang, Fangshan District. Drive along highway G108 and take the road to Shijiaying. Admission fee at this entrance is 60 RMB per visitor. You can drive your own vehicle all the way to the mountain top. From the top, you can hike a 3-kilometer trail to the Big Meadow.

Entrance No. 3 is in Simatai Village, Fangshan District. Drive along highway G108 and take the exit to S320 to reach there. Admission fee is 40 RMB, plus 40 RMB two-way shuttle bus fare, The bus take tourists directly to the mountain top and you can hike down the slope to reach the Big Meadow.
Written September 16, 2014
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JetPlanes_n_Hotels
Beijing, China8 contributions
Nice view from above and less crowded
Oct 2013 • Couples
Perhaps its bit late to come to this mountain area, we went there on October as expecting there will be changing colors of the leaves. But this time its already looking bit dry and most of leaves already gone.
Yet the scenery all way from Beijing city into this mountain area is refreshing and very beautiful as it was colorful (autumn changing leaves color).
There are steps already built all the way to the top of the mountain. If you are too lazy to take the steps, you also can drive the car almost to the top.
The view if really good! It is a nice place which is still in Beijing Shi yet we can take a break from crazy busy and crowded Beijing city life!\
Oh... did I mentioned about the road all the way to the top? it is looking awesome from the top!
Written November 12, 2013
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John H
Beijing, China31 contributions
A beautiful getaway from the city, absolutely stunning scenery
Jun 2013 • Friends
My friends and I took a drive out to Baihuashan over the recent holiday on the advice from a friend who leads hiking and camping excursions around Beijing (Disclosure: he works with me at SnapAdventures). We all had an incredible time and really enjoyed the scenery from the top of the mountain. It was a tough hike, lasting two hours as we had packs full of gear, but definitely worth all the sweat and effort.

In early June, it doesn't quite live up to its name of "Hundred Flowers Mountain", but I heard that later in June and all through July is the best time to experience this environment. There were still some flowers out, and several times on the hike to the top we were overcome with their sweet aromas.

After arriving at the top, we spoke with other trekkers and realized there are multiple points of entry, but the one we entered was the main entrance you arrive at when taking Baihuashan Road straight down from Qingshui Village (on G109 some 80km outside the city). The ticket for entry is 40 RMB, but it might be different at the other gates.

I recommend this destination for anyone physically capable of hiking up some 1000 meters in the summer time. Most of the other visitors were young adults, but we also saw a fair number of families traveling with older parents and young children. Nature photographers will absolutely love this destination. If you're thinking of visiting here, I recommend visiting at least one or two other scenic destinations in the region. They're all quite far from the city, so once you're out here the best option is to spend a night at one of the thousands of countryside guesthouses (Nongjiayuan in Chinese) and visit another place near by before heading back. Near by areas of interest include Lingshan (highest peak in Beijing, extremely challenging), Cuandixia (Ancient Ming Dynasty village built on a hillside), or any others you see the signs for on G109.
Written June 12, 2013
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