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We started at a late time of 5pm to Dawang Peak. It is steep climbing most of the time for about 45mins. Somewhere around 400m from the peak, there is a fork and we took the left one which was slightly shorter. How well rewarded...More
Chinese people stated ladies and gentlemen hike up to go to the batrooms. ho,ho,ho. nice overview, only around 700 meters high. bring lots of water! 32 C hot. meutermedia p.s. take the bamboo raft tour instead of hiking.
I was advised by hotel staff against climbing the peak. It was Dec, low peak and winter season, hence without any ranger or staff around. Actually I went to the base of the mountain, which can be reached inside Wuyishan Palace. As it looked deserted,...More
The 530m Great King Peak is a 2 hour hike along bamboo groves and steep steps cut into rock walls. The trail can be slippery and wet and suitable shoes are advisable. Once at the top views are definitely rewarding. Breathtaking views of beautiful vistas...More
Amongst Wu Yi Shan's Thirty-Six Peaks (武夷三十六峰), there is Da Wang Feng (大王峰), literally "Great King Peak". While it's just one of many mountains you have the opportunity to explore in the vicinity, the view from the peak is stunning; imagine a whole town spread...More
Da wang Feng got its name from how it looks like. Look from far away, it looks like a big king's hat .
Hiking to the top of the mountain takes around 2 hours. On top of the mountain, you can see the beautiful view...More