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ChMount Huang or Huangshan (黄山) – Climbing Notes


Mount Huang or Huangshan (黄山) Climbing notes shared by Mountain-Forecast users

  • September 07, 2019
    Nature HSU from China

    Climb the picturesque Mount Huang in southern Anhui province of eastern China, well known for its scenery, sunsets, peculiarly-shaped granite peaks, Huangshan Pine trees, and views of the clouds from above. It is a popular subject of traditional Chinese paintings & literature.

    Autumn is coming again, its best time and color in one year.

  • April 27, 2018
    Nature HSU from China

    Travel Tips for Hiking in Huangshan region

    1. Be kind to yourself - Travel light! Facilities are available to leave luggage at the bottom of the mountain, so if possible please take a small bag or backpack for your overnight stay on the mountain. If this is not possible and you need to take luggage to the top of the mountain, porters are available to carry your bags. You will need to negotiate a price. RMB 120-260 would be a fair price to pay for this service.

    2. Clothing & Shoes - It is essential to take a jacket as it gets chilly and good walking shoes. Raincoats can be purchased and are a very wise investment for protection from the rain and wind. Don't use an umbrella as it can be dangerous.

    3. Purchase some bottled water and snacks before you start to ascend the mountain. Supplies are available on the mountain but the prices increase with the altitude.

    4. A cable car is available to make your trip to the top of the mountain easier but there are still lots of steep narrow stairs on the mountain if you plan to get the most out of you time. Please take care when climbing and trying to get the best photo opportunity.

  • June 16, 2015
    Nature Hsu from China

    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.