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Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park
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Reviewed October 22, 2019 via mobile

Tianmen Mount National forest park is a vast area of various spots from rocks cliffs, glass bridges to narrow pathways in the woods. When you’re overlooking the mountain ridges from one of the observation decks, you unintentionally start getting how little you are in this World.
This place is highly recommended for visiting, though not on the National holidays cause it would be overcrowded.

Glass bridge: Well, don’t climb over those rails along your way. I couldn’t even take a look over them. This is one of the masterpieces of humankind ever.

Way down the winding road: When you’re in the shuttle bus on the way down the mountain, try to calm down and breath deeply, otherwise you’ll be feeling dizzy. This is a really winding narrow road taking you down the slopes of the Tianmen Mount ridges. To be honest, I felt sick when the bus finally stopped. It was like a 30 minutes ride on a rollercoaster in the mountains.

Date of experience: May 2019
3  Thank brightmind_tgl
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Reviewed October 21, 2019

so many wonders in the zhangjiajie region, and this is right at the top of the list! the awesome cable car trip , the amazing hikes and views, including from the glass walk ways, the extraordinary escalator. the 1000 step climb to heaven's gate absolutely worth doing. don' t miss!

Date of experience: September 2019
1  Thank Roberto L
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Reviewed October 12, 2019

The famous worlds longest cable car was beautiful, alongside a very steep mountain. The views were so relaxing. Plus it was nice to only have 8 people inside. We did wish the cliffside glass sky walk was cleaner as it was hard to see through. The Tianmen cave was an incredible thing to see. Highly recommended.

Date of experience: September 2019
2  Thank MariaPaul1
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Reviewed October 9, 2019

Tianmen Mountain is a must visit attraction here at ZhangJiaJie. Not only you will experience the world longest cableway and Glass Skywalk, you will also witness the mystical work of nature - The Tianmen Cave. Local belief that it is the gateway to heaven. Breathtaking view never to miss.

Date of experience: September 2019
1  Thank jameschua03
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Reviewed October 7, 2019

Most travellers here are above 45 years old. The travels up these mountain tops should be via the "cable car rides". Enjoy the very deep ravines & sceneries sitted in a cable car 25 minutes ride, viewing the greens during specific months, the autumn hues of different coloured trees or the cloud filled & cold winter snow. Rides are dependent on safety issues of heavy snow. Lookout for the hair-pin bends. On reaching the top, Because of the many steps to climb or walk, we advise that you buy the two ways escalators ride up (326 meters) 2 tiers of escalators (the first shorter ride) & take In the mountainous view of greeneries, ravines & cliffs & nature before you make your way to the actual location of "Tien Men Shan" (door to heaven). From there, if you are gamesome, walk the steep 999 steps downwards. Buy the "A" tickets which provide all the escalator rides because older folks or younger children could not take these climbs & distance & get accustom to the weather. On our latest travels, we must have an archive of at least 600 beautiful photographs touring from Changsha to ZhangJiaJie. Our temporary parting note here, "AVARTAR" the movie was filmed from the surrounding hills. One real warning are the bus rides down the 99 hairpin loops, using the public transport that most of us have to take getting back to the place of embarkations near the foot hill where you ride your cable car. The driver toyed with the whole bus load of our life's, going down hill, just bearly 2 feet away from the fast moving tyres of the bus are very deep ravines, a whole bus load of tourists screaming with each turn. I scolded the driver for his gunho attitude, after having our advises falling on deaf ears. One wrong move, & a whole bus load will plunge. Lets just say the chance of survival will be very slim if anything unforeseen where to happen. He turned his head slowed down for about 3 kilometres & again every hair-pin "practical U" turn downhills, he did not even apply any BRAKEs going at full speed. Until, the whole bus of previously noisy tourist could no more utter a single words from the extreme scare, riding these buses. Mind all that my complaints to our tourist guide were simply brushed off, without a single word from them. Principal of things have been compromised & all of you are going to pay getting the very big risks of getting killed, whilst going on a tour that were suppose to be safe & enjoyable. My wife & I are still experiencing a deep chill & nightmares thinking how our trip here would have been our last. Sigh, Sigh, Sigh.

Date of experience: September 2019
2  Thank Texan C
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