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This peak is definitely one of the more challenging ones. I would suggest climbing on the southern... read more

Reviewed June 19, 2018
Shanghai Region, China
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For the brave heart

The climb is hard but the hardest is that each climb is on steep dangerous rocks. For the brave... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2017
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Southeast of Huangshan, Huangshan, China
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Reviewed June 19, 2018 via mobile

This peak is definitely one of the more challenging ones. I would suggest climbing on the southern side because its stairs are more vertical and will be more challenging to go down, especially on the knees. Plus, decending on the northern side will place you...More

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Reviewed August 20, 2017

The climb is hard but the hardest is that each climb is on steep dangerous rocks. For the brave heart, there is many climbs on edge. Strong wind

1  Thank t16mytm
Reviewed June 20, 2017

You can hike to this peak in a few hours from the bottom - and break off on a different path to see the other side of the mountains.

1  Thank Zoely B
Reviewed June 11, 2017

Tian Du Feng (Celestial Capital Peak) is fantastic, if you're ready for it. We were already in the park, but we climbed the peak as the last leg of a 14-mile day that included more elevation gain and loss than I've been able to calculate...More

2  Thank Mark C
Reviewed September 12, 2016 via mobile

Not for the faint of heart the incredible views are matched only by the at times dangerous decents (heading down towards the west gate). A lot less crowded at the top than the others due to the steep climb! Well worth the effort!

1  Thank Stewart I
Reviewed July 23, 2016 via mobile

A big climb only for fit people but there is a bridge to heaven and that is really amazing. Not for people that are afraid of heights

1  Thank Lennart J
Reviewed January 23, 2016

You can see it from Yu-Ping-Lou. Second highest peak of Huangshan. High stepped cliffs. Roads get slippery in rain.

1  Thank Herbert L
Reviewed October 21, 2015

This is one of the most terrifying places in Yellow mountains. Hike to this peak is really steep and every step might be your last. However the feeling after conquering the mountain is great!

2  Thank Adam T
Reviewed September 17, 2015

Walking around the Huanshan area requires good hiking or walking shoes and a walking stick if you want to be able to walk the next days as the 1000s of stair steps take their toll on your legs. Not for people who don't like heights...More

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Reviewed June 27, 2012

Stunning mountain views beautiful - but a lot of steps to climb!

2  Thank rickdavey
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