Beautiful mountains and views. Less crowded than other areas. The hike is difficult, but the scenery is worth the effort. Located over an hour outside of the city.
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So let me set the scene, my wife and I are both in our early sixties, we are reasonably fit and used to hiking, but more on flat surfaces than steep inclines, declines and steps. We speak no Chinese, so entering into the park where...More
Please reference my other review on Zhang Jia Jie National Forest Park. Pictures to accompany the review - Tian Men Mountain: 1. Tianmen cable way, longest in the world. 2. Walking the glass walkways that hug the side of the mountain 3. Guigu walkway 4....More
So, even without mists rolling in to make the "floating islands" of movie fame, the karst stone pillars and mountains are otherworldly and unique. A "fairyland" as one of Zhangjajie's most famous generals once wrote. It is well worthwhile to hire a guide like Wendy...More
The rain was very heavy at times, which, along with the fog, periodically obscured our views. There were still many times when a shift in something occurred and we could see a great deal more. I'm not sure that the view was enhanced by lingering...More
Very scenic & beautiful. No steep steps and leisurely walk around the area and park. We visited end May, a bit hot. Worth visiting .
Excellent walk through very scenic rock formations showcasing the Wulingyuan area. Easy walk if no issues with health