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Is walk and walk and walk. After booking the cable car you need to walk up flight of steps to the cable station. You then follow the long queue before you embark on the cable. The cable car goes up to and down a valley...More
Decided to take the Zhonghe Cableway as its cheap and recommended by my hostel. Spent 3 hours getting lost as there were multiple small roads going uphill and none of the locals knew where is Zhonghe Cableway is even after I showed them the chinese...More
Need to be fit and not scared of heights, views fantastic and great for people that like hiking. It’s worth it just for the cable car ride and just take the trail to the waterfall. You can also hike about 5km between two cable cars...More
If you're looking to get your hike on, this is it! The eastern-most peak of the Himalayas has several trails--some advertised, some not--to Yudailu, a paved walkway that skirts Cangshan at around 8,000 feet above sea level. The hike up is quite steep, and should...More
With this place, you have to know how to get there and where to go. We had a bad start in the taxi when the taxi driver told us that the cable car (at Zhonghe Temple) is closed for the day but he would take...More
Take the rope way from the bottom of the mountain, to the Zhonghe temple. A very nice walk in the forest in the hillside of the mountain. If you walk all the way to the other ropeway it takes about three hours. Don’t buy return...More
Relatively flat path hacked out of the mountainside for some 12 kilometers. Arrive and by funicular from the south. Descent by ski lift from the north. Very popular with Chinese tourists. Crowded at first but it thins out. Nice views. Helpful panels on wildlife and...More
I hiked up a very small track between the Xiamatan and Zhonghe cableways which I had found on my map app. Despite being a small, poorly maintained track there was still a station manned with 4 people ready to accept my 40元 for the privilege...More
You might wish to take the cable car from the northern entrance. There are no stairs there and the path is quite level at the top. The southern entrance starts with quite a few steps and only after that is the path level. It... More
You might wish to take the cable car from the northern entrance. There are no stairs there and the path is quite level at the top. The southern entrance starts with quite a few steps and only after that is the path level. It is too long a trip for your party, including the elderly people, to walk from the northern cable car to the southern one, which we did. You can go up the northern cable car. there is a treemple at the top and a nice level path.
sorry for a late reply. I'm sorry I don't know because I haven't been on top. However, along the snake path there are many spots that could serve as a good camping spot. I am not entirely sure whether it is allowed by local... More
sorry for a late reply. I'm sorry I don't know because I haven't been on top. However, along the snake path there are many spots that could serve as a good camping spot. I am not entirely sure whether it is allowed by local authorities.