Lianhua Peak

Lianhua Peak, Huangshan: Hours, Address, Lianhua Peak Reviews: 4.5/5

Lianhua Peak
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shown88
Kota Bharu, Malaysia12 contributions
Exhilarating but Crowded!
May 2019
The highest peak in Huangshan at 1846 m asl is worth climbing. The scenery on the way up is striking but most times are spent concentrating on the effort of the climb. It is steep, punishing. But the steps are well made and ropes are available to ensure a safe climb. At the top it is a crowded place, made worse by the climbers taking a long time with their selfies. It is not suitable for people with handicaps, afraid of heights.
Written June 4, 2019
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Anthony S
Brisbane, Australia1,678 contributions
Another nice mountain
Oct 2018 • Couples
Walked past on our walking tour of Huangshan mountain and this is one of many peaks on the mountain top. So many to see just enjoy.
Written October 27, 2018
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LG_Kay
Singapore, Singapore7,488 contributions
Closed
Sep 2018 • Friends
This is the highest peak in Huangshan. Unfortunately, it is closed and not able to climb to the top. Only Celestial Capital Peak Tian Du Feng is open now. Nevertheless, one can admire its beauty from afar.
Written October 1, 2018
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youke_worldwide
Singapore4,791 contributions
Highest Peak in Huangshan
Mar 2016
This is the highest peak in Huangshan. One can see it from the cable car on the way up to Huangshan. The area itself is closed to the public due to environmental reasons so one can only see it from afar. In reality it is one of many peaks and they are all beautiful. part of the never ending scenary that makes Huangshan beautiful.
Written March 26, 2016
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Herbert L
New Jersey311 contributions
Beautiful Place
Apr 2015 • Solo
Highest peak in Huangshan---1864 meters above sea-level. Not far from Yu-Ping-Lou. A lot of walking and climbing.
Written January 23, 2016
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Fiona M
Hong Kong, China190 contributions
Easy be there
Jun 2015 • Friends
Who start to the first lock in there? Easy way to have more metal in this way. Anyway, I was shocked when I was there and find people leave locks in the highest peak of Huangshan Mountain :D
Written October 20, 2015
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PhotoRAMBLER5
Zurich, Switzerland229 contributions
Another peak from many
Sep 2015 • Solo
Lianhua is one of hundreds if not thousands of peaks in Huangshan scenic area (Yellow mountain). In one way they are all scenic, but Lianhua does not really stand out from the crowd.
Written September 19, 2015
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Lina Jasin
Jakarta, Indonesia2,272 contributions
Need Courage to Climb Such Stairs
Dec 2014 • Family
For people who have high phobia is impossible to climb to Lianhua Peak or Lotus Peak, need a very good stamina because the stairs is narrow and the angle is very sharp, must be super careful of the steps, there 110 steps stairs which is difficult to climb, but when you reach the top, beside feels very proud, also difficult to believed that we already there, when look down, you see people very small like looking at groups of ant walking down the stairs. prepare your workout well if you like to visit Huangshan especially Lianhua Peak
Written December 25, 2014
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Michael Dino C
Montreal, Canada133 contributions
Will take your breath away!
Nov 2012 • Friends
Due to the climb and the views. Positively awesome. The mountains look as though they've been hand carved by an extremely patient artist. The winding stairs are amazing and fun (and tiring). One side is easier than the other to climb. If you're coming from the "Serpent and Tortoise" pass, you should have an easier time. The other side is steep, winding, and narrow; but oh-so worth it.
Written November 4, 2012
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vinerlies
Washington DC, DC2,237 contributions
Lotus
Aug 2011
cannot appreciate the name associatedwhen up there. BUT, this is a challenging steep climbs. wow. what a day.
Written February 25, 2012
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