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It starts like a pretty ordinary trip with a cable car over the low mountains, but then, having passed a ridge it takes more character of a lift taking you up to a plateau 1500 m above. From here there is a fantastic view and...More
It was a fantastic experience. The only place in Zhiangjiaje worth visiting. The cable car to the top is strung across 5 peaks and 8 Km. Breathtaking ride to the top. Breathtaking hike across the cliff and the glass bridge. Dizzying ride down the 99...More
A November visit (which we did) is guaranteed to be mostly cloudy, rainy, & icy cold; the walk around the mountain paths laid out on glass bottoms is almost useless due to thick cloud cover; it does not however diminish the beauty of the mountains,...More
I went up on a nice, sunny day. We got there at about 10 am and the queue for the cable-care was about 1.5 hours. I was told it gets up to 3 hours during the peak season but most people writing reviews seem to...More
The coach drivers driving downhill thru the winding road are driving as if they are F1 drivers. Speeding downhill and taking corners at very high speed.
I have no doubt on their driving skills but the conditions of the coach is very poor.
This mountain is very easy to reach via the cableway from the town. The longest in the world and the views from it are spectaculair. The mountain itself is very beautiful as well. It can be very crowded on the mountain and they have time...More
The Tianmen Mountain is a must do if you are in the area! We went here and to the Zhangjijie Forrest Park and this was by FAR better! It was less crowded and the views were better. You have the option to go up on...More
Great forms of transport from canleways, chair lifts and extensive elevators not to mention the trails hanging off the cliffs make for great views as well as heady walks.
I didn’t think the glass walks were worth the expense, they are pretty much the same...More
We visited Tianmen Mountain in September 2018. You can visit the mountain in one of two ways: by going up in a cable car, doing the route and going back by bus, or first using the bus and going down by cable car. I suggest...More
Response from j_travels_1999 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Fenady C
You can buy tickets at the entrance, however do aim to be at the ticket desk for opening time (08:00 from memory) as there are only a limited amount of tickets available on any given day.
Enjoy your trip!
We did the cable car up, take a bus in the park, you can pick and chose where you get on and off. Towards the end is the glass bridge walk and then the steps down. At the bottom of the steps is another bus stop that winds... More
We did the cable car up, take a bus in the park, you can pick and chose where you get on and off. Towards the end is the glass bridge walk and then the steps down. At the bottom of the steps is another bus stop that winds its way back down the hill. The steps looking back up to the arch is as good as it is in the pictures. We we there in late October and the weather was great, but then I’ll where shorts in any weather. When I said people everywhere it is unbelievable and there is no such thing as orderly fashion when lining up. Even when you are at the front of the bus queue and there’s 20m to your bus, you will be overtaken and pushed out of the way. That said we thoroughly enjoyed the day in that park.