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This lovely wooded park is a favourite of Beijingers, especially in autumn to see the maple trees with their striking red leaves ( it’s traditional to collect them). Walk thru the lower areas spotted with pavilions & temples and winding paths to...more
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We visited on a school trip, and took slightly more than an hour to climb to the top. The climb is not easy, but the views at the top are great. The ropeway down is also fun and value-for-money at 80 RMB.
I came here for fresh air and a break from my Beijing office, which is also located in the Haidian District. It is a nice park for relaxing walks and scenic views. I was last here in the spring when many of the tree and...More
If you want to free your mind away from the hustle and bustle of city life at Beijing then this place is for you :) I for one was stressed and exhausted after exams for my post graduate studies so I decided to visit this...More
I ve been here on 19 October ,the leaf become red just few part of the park (just at front gate). You have to be here early morning otherwise there will be so crowd.
Good thing now,you can go there easily by train connected to...More
It has been a long time, since the botanical garden and the fragrant hills park were far out of town and you had to take a long bus ride to get there, now in a short time you can very easily get there by metro,...More
A great place to put in 10,000 or more steps by walking the park's trails. “Xiangshan Park” means the fragrant park in Chinese. This 395 acre (160 hectare), oxygen-rich Park is a wonderful place to walk, especially in the blossoming spring and the fall when...More
Okay, so we went during National Holiday week-it was busy with a lot of people and we loved it! A beautiful blue sky provided fantastic views at the top. They had special flower sculptures on display and there was a festive atmosphere in the air....More
Response from wflovestotravel | Reviewed this property |
There is not much to see or do at the foot of the mountain.
How long it will take depends on how fast you can walk and how often you will stop to see buildings or the view, but I would give 1 to 1.5 hours for sure.