We took a staff trip to visit Zhaohushan in the Springtime. After experiencing a couple of other national parks that were full of litter, hawkers, and tourists, I was not expecting much. I was in for a very pleasant surprise.
The mountain and reservoir were pristine. I did not see a scrap of litter during my entire visit that day. We hiked up the mountain a ways, then stopped for a rest. We heard the wind blowing through the trees, birds singing, and no people. If you are looking for a quiet retreat from the grey, urban life of China, this is a great place to go!
Tip 1: just spend your time enjoying the mountain and hiking trails. There are a few temples around the mountain, but they were all (obviously) built recently to impress tourists.
Tip 2: there is a restaurant on site, but I would recommend just packing your own food.
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