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All reviews shuttle bus private car small shops selling few steps an understatement enjoy the scenery during summer entrance ticket scenic area high speed train day trip glass skywalk red stone drinks and snacks peak gorge trek
One can easily spend 2 full days in the park, and still not see everything. Lots of dramatic stone gorges and beautiful waterfalls. Scenic routes through the gorges, always a lot of stairs to climb. The Red Stone Gorge for me was the most beautiful...More
This mountain area provides great hiking trail through beautiful scenic mountain, river, and water falls. The trail is very picturesque. The walking trail is up and down but clear walking path has been created. Some parts require steep steps that may need careful walking.
Let me share with you my 3D2N itinerary from Zhengzhou to Yuntaishan, hopefully to benefit independent travelers like me.
It is essentially transport from Zhengzhou to Yuntaishan. I took the 1615hr high speed train from Zhengzhou Railway Station to Jiaozuo Station, 28rmb, journey...More
Best nature experience is an understatement.
A fairly good exercise as the trip takes about 2 hours from start of walk at the bridge to the dam.
Paths are well maintained and one can easily walk through without outdoors trekking shoes. Safety is good with...More
I visited here as part of a 32-day solo holiday with China Private Tours.
Yuntaishan has a lot to offer, but basically you’re here for the two main attractions – the lower gorge walk and the glass skyway mountain walk. Both are good. This is...More
We took a direct morning bus $52 from Luoyang to Yuntaishan @ 9:20am. We reached the main entrance of the park at about 12:50pm. The entrance fees cost $210 included $60 for the unlimited shuttle bus services.
We visited the first destination the red rock...More
When I was was checking where to go in Henan and when I saw this place on the website, it was the place I wanted to go the most. Was glad that my friend who was planning for this trip includes this place. When we...More
This place is huge n crowded. We visited red gorge n the glass skywalk on saturday .I understand this is a forest reserve its sad to see vendor selling handheld fishing net n children fishing. Hope more will be done to protect this area. Good...More
Places like this serve to remind tourists that China has so much more to offer than simply skyscrapers and bustling streets in the big cities. Yun Tai Mountain is a beautiful place, it's not difficult to get to and the ticket price is fine, no...More
Looks like you need to go to Luoyang bus station and take a bus from there. It's a bit of a ride, Luoyang Longmen and bus station are on different sides of the city. From Luoyang bus station (it's called 锦远汽车站, Jinyuan Bus... More
Looks like you need to go to Luoyang bus station and take a bus from there. It's a bit of a ride, Luoyang Longmen and bus station are on different sides of the city. From Luoyang bus station (it's called 锦远汽车站, Jinyuan Bus station) there is a direct bus that goes to Yuntai mountain. It only goes once a day though, at 9:20.
I feel going from Zhengzhou could be a better option, there must be more buses
Response from World_explorer_HK | Reviewed this property |
Not as far as I am aware of. The whole idea is to walk around the park, seeing the gorges, appreciate the surroundings. Building a cable car won't really benefit tourists except perhaps to reach the glass walk - but that's... More
Not as far as I am aware of. The whole idea is to walk around the park, seeing the gorges, appreciate the surroundings. Building a cable car won't really benefit tourists except perhaps to reach the glass walk - but that's only 5% of the geopark.