Mount Huang or Huangshan (黄山) – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

  • Elevation: 1864 m
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Mount Huang or Huangshan (黄山) Climbing Notes

Nature Hsu from CHINA writes:

The best time to view Huangshan mountain actually is at any time. And its peak season is in the fall October and November. Located in Huangshan City in south Anhui Province, the Huangshan Mountain is famous for the grotesquely-shaped pines, queer rocks, sea of clouds and hot springs (“Four Wonders” of Huanghsan). With a total area of some 1,200 square kilometers, Huangshan is mainly composed of six major scenic areas — the Hot Spring, Yungu (Cloud Valley). Songgu (Pine Valley), Beihai (North Sea), Yuping (Jade Screen) and Diaoqiao.


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10 other mountain peaks closest to Mount Huang or Huangshan (黄山):

1. Mount Qiyun (585 m) 36.7 km
2. Tianmu Mountain or Tianmushan (天目山) (1506 m) 122.6 km
3. Mount Tianzhu (1760 m) 216.8 km
4. Mount Langya (1138 m) 240.9 km
5. Huangmaojian Peak (1930 m) 267.0 km
6. Tiantai Mountain (天台山) (1138 m) 297.0 km
7. Dabie Mountains (1774 m) 328.3 km
8. Yandang Mountains (1108 m) 341.6 km
9. Datun Group (1130 m) 642.1 km
10. Qixing Mountain or Cising Mountain (七星山) (1120 m) 643.6 km