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I hiked from the bottom of the mountain all the way up to Leidongping. The hike ended up being around 60km which was much longer than I saw advertised initially, but the hike's incredible scenery made up for it. On the way up I stayed...More
I traveled to Emeishan in Sep 2018. As a rain started in Chengdu, and there was nothing to lose or gain there, we took a train to another UNESCO World Heritage Site on our list - Emeishan, the highest (3,099 m) of four sacred Buddhist...More
We took the cable car up as it is a long way to the top. The views are spectacular - lucky for us that the clouds cleared. On a cloudy day that is all you will see. There are still many steps so wear comforatble...More
The temples and the giant golden Samantabhadra Bodhisattva on the top of the mountain were really fabulous, the scenery also breathtaking, the only thing that really bad was the environment, we can see litters everywhere.
Going to the top with the golden Buddha at Mt Emei is a fantastic experience every one should do. Unfortunately the domestic tourists somewhat ruined the moment for me with smoking, throwing litter and harrassing the cute monkeys on the slope up to the mountain....More
I've lived in China for about 6 years, and my recent trip to a few spots in Sichuan were among my first hiking trips in the country. Mt. Emei ended up being one of my favorite trips and among the worst I've ever had. Living...More
I’m writing this review as it is what I would have wanted to read before I did it. I’m a relatively fit 27y/o who has done lots of hiking before. I wanted to get into nature experience culture and chill out. This review is not...More
Such an incredible experience! We took a 2 hour bus from town to the base of the waking trail. The climb up was so pretty! One thing to note is the temperature is much cooler, especially at the top.I was happy that I brought a...More
We went to Emei shan mountain in the beginning of june. We went for two days. The night before we slept in a hotel in Leshan tand took the bus to the mountain from Leshan (1 - 1,5 hours) the next morning.
First day: We...More
We hiked Emeishan Saturday morning and bus down Sunday.
We took the bus from Baoguo to Wuxiangang and then hiked over 8 hours to Leidonping where our hotel was.
It was a pretty tough hike as it’s just endless stairs all the way. Would be...More
There is a bus that can take you to the cable car, the cable car then takes you to the summit, but the summit area itself is quite large so there's a short walk to the main attraction - you can't get out of this trip without... More
There is a bus that can take you to the cable car, the cable car then takes you to the summit, but the summit area itself is quite large so there's a short walk to the main attraction - you can't get out of this trip without some stairs, but then it is China