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Arrived around 9 oclock to Tangkouzhen and left all my extra stuff at a hostel for free. Took the mandatory trabsfer bus up to the ticket office on the west side and then proceeded to walk up. Hiking up the west side is WAY more...More
My wife and I wanted to go to Huangshan for a long time, so we kept waiting for the right weather conditions. We finally decided to go for it and not worry about the weather. We brought a tent and sleeping bags to lower the...More
There are so many different areas to explore and if you are careful you may find some quiet spaces away from the many thousands of tourists. The park entry price is quite high but worth every Yuan. It's a great place for a 2 or...More
This park is one of the most famous and nice attraction in China . The granite mountains that lets your imagination see many figures and the quick change of the landscape due to the changing clouds . A beautiful place to explore . Going up...More
The Huangshan National Park is beautiful when the sun is out and you can see for hundreds of miles.
Getting there can be a bit of a challenge as it is standard practice to change at the transport hub to get from the North Station...More
My family spent 3 days in the Huangshan area with our wonderful guide Bruce from Travel China Guide over the new year. Bruce was fantastic and recommended a itinerary change to fit in with the expected weather which proved to be a great idea. The...More
We did a very difficult trek from the lower reaches of Huangshan to get to BuXianQiao or the Fairy Walking Bridge. It was just a steep climb all the way up to the bridge but in the end, the view was all worth it. The...More
We had a great time in Haungshan park in October 2017. The view of the mountains and clouds that changes all the time was a uniqe thrill. The climb, sometimes sharp, is rewarded by a specacular nature.
I strongly recommend to hire the services of...More
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Huangshan landscape changes every minute. A paradise for photographers and painters. The pine trees are endemic and quite interesting to see them growing on rocks and boulders