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This is a great park for Shenzhen. It is mostly inclines, no flat areas. So it is really best for hiking, tail running or just walking. There are many stairs. The entire circuit takes about 3 hours at a very very leisurely pace. If you...More
First, let me say that I own the fact that going on a hike when the air quality is poor-dangerous probably wasn’t the smartest thing but I really wanted to get out during my weekend here so I made the trek anyway. There are a...More
This is a decent hiking area. To go up and down the mountain in the park is about 2 hours or so. It can be steep in areas, but the view is great. It is nicer to do with friends or a group, but if...More
This hike is suitable for almost everyone, maybe not the oldest and youngest. We took the hike from Frazer place up the stairs and past the top station. Not the longest available but also not the short one.
The stairs are quite well maintained but...More
We walk up the path towards the bottom of the mountain. I wouldn't say it's a park more like a pathway up the hill because I did not see any big green grassy area. There's 2 pathway up the mountain, we took the one on...More
Used to go hiking there at sunset time after work . It's not a high mountain and quite easy to be covered. The view on the top is great at dawn time with surrounding buildings far away. There will be lots of people at weekend....More
the hills are all covered by trees and closed woods, the paved paths are within the forrest. There are picnic areas (Pavilions, benches and tables every 500 meters. Small ones inbetween the peaks, huge pavillions with kiosks... More
the hills are all covered by trees and closed woods, the paved paths are within the forrest. There are picnic areas (Pavilions, benches and tables every 500 meters. Small ones inbetween the peaks, huge pavillions with kiosks and shops at the major viewpoints and peaks, so you wont starve of stay thirsty. There are also flying sellers along the paths, selling water and softdrinks. No worries, chinese are fast to recognize business opportunities and serve the demand.