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“majestic and awesome”
Reviewed June 14, 2012 NEW
"This day was like an enchanted world, the mist went up and down the mountains so fast. The cable car is built by an austrian, so very safe. The drops were quite big on the cable car ride, and once on the mountain and I breathed the fresh mountain air, I walked for about an hour and I was happy to see the monkey overlooking the sea, the thousands of padlocks like on the amazing race and those horizontal branch trees. It is an awesome place, the fast clouds and the jagged peaks and strange trees are like nowhere else, very spiritual and inspiring. this was my favourite part of my holiday. You cant put this place into words or pics, you need to go there yourself."
“Physically taxing, but worth every step.”
Reviewed June 10, 2012
"What an awesome experience. Cablecar is a great way of starting. West side is significantly easier to walk and the views are almost equal to other areas. We eventually made our way to theNorth sea region for a rest and lunch and then headed back towards the Yungu cablecar. Lotus Peak and turtle peak and everything around this area is a must. Loved every minute of this amazing place. Views secnd to none. By tye end of our 7 hours on the mountain, we were physically exhasted. Some of the treks are uphill steps that last 3 kms or more. We figured that we travelled close to 30 km,s up and down steps."
“One of the most beautiful places I've ever seen”
Reviewed June 9, 2012
"For all nature lovers, Mt Huangshan is an absolute must. About an hour drive from Tunxi, a two day tour is ideal, or even three day. Pack very lite, a backpack with 2 pairs and a jacket will work. Because after the cable car ride up, the nearest accessible lodge Bei Hai Hotel is nearly a 3/4 mile hike up steep stairs winding around cliffs.
The hike up is well worth it, dont be discouraged if it is very cloudy or raining, which happened to me. Its actually the best time, the wind changes very quickly and before you know it, a beautiful scene of floating mountains appear out of a shroud of clouds and mist, just like an ancient Chinese painting. The movie Avatar and its floating mountains gained inspiration from Huangshan. You will see birds circling and diving with joy, lone pine trees grasping at the edge of a cliff, and unusual rockscapes that seem to defy gravity.
Waking up very early before sunrise is absolutely worth it. To see an ocean of clouds move like a river through the mountain chasms and actually pass through you to reveal beautiful colors and the sun rising is a cherished memory that will always stay with me."