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Wutong Mountain

Maozai Village, Yantian District, Shenzhen 518114, China
+86 755 2515 2005
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Nice place, but hard to feel a commune with nature

Our weekend hike to the top of Da Wutong peak felt more like a walk in the mall than a nature hike... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Alan S
Austin, Texas
via mobile
Great exercise, nice views, clean

My friend and I were very impressed with Wutong mountain and the park itself. I've been to several... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2017
Guangzhou, China
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Maozai Village, Yantian District, Shenzhen 518114, China
+86 755 2515 2005
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Our weekend hike to the top of Da Wutong peak felt more like a walk in the mall than a nature hike. It was a tough vertical trek of steps through some nice but-seen-better scenery along a falling stream. However, the over-dressed high-heeled urban getaway...More

Thank Alan S
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

My friend and I were very impressed with Wutong mountain and the park itself. I've been to several mountains in China and have experienced terrible litter, but this park was a refreshing change! We visited on a holiday, so it was busy, but we were...More

Thank HLieberman
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Its been a great challenge for me to climb .. But when i reach the top, it was the feel which made me great...worth it man . I advice you to go early in morning with your friends. 3 hours for to climb top of...More

1  Thank nizar1ash
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Well I decided to see if I could walk and climb for about eight hours and I did.First if you plan this trip you must be in shape to walk and climb very steep grades.If you are a senior you must take caution and pace...More

Thank mub1
Reviewed 6 February 2017

It feels like china when I go to wutong mountain Many small cafes, restaurants around, country side Shenzhen scenery. I highly recommend to the Shenzhen visitors to have a look.

Thank meltembostanci
Reviewed 3 February 2017

Living in HK as an expat can be boring during Chinese new year. So I decided to take a solo day trip to shenzhen. With the original plan of munching on some good food in China, I decided to do the opposite, burn the cny...More

1  Thank Rui D
Reviewed 8 January 2017

I went with a friend around started climbing around 11 AM. (you should start as early as possible 11 was late). There are different type of paths on the way. It starts with paved road then stoned steps and just rocks. There are refreshments available...More

Thank tripmumu
Reviewed 20 November 2016

My visit to the Wutong mountain was on a rainy day somewhere in the middle of the week which means no other visitors. A rare opportunity to be one-on-one with nature in this area.The way up is pretty long, about 3 hours, closer to the...More

5  Thank Faina N
Reviewed 20 November 2016

深圳第一高峰,900多米的高度,自然环境优美,是户外爬山锻炼跟远离城市喧嚣的好去处。 上山时部分路段有台阶和盘山公路2个选择。 对于体力较好, 想要另辟蹊径的旅客,沿着山涧的石头台阶是不错的选择,相对幽静,风景不错。 对于纯粹需要徒步的旅客, 盘山公路会好一些, 因为可以根据实际情况调整速度, 方便随时休息。 整理来说,运动强度有点大, 正常速度,上到山顶3-4小时,下山2-3 个小时。 由于路途较长,建议提前备好部分实物跟饮水。 如有可能,避开周末跟节假日是最好的,因为这些时候人相对比较多。

Thank aslongdeal
Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

The walk was challenging but the most challenging aspect was getting there. Having GPS and Google (Inc. translate and maps) blocked on our phones meant finding a travel route to Wutong Shan Village was difficult. There is no MTR station nearby so I recommend you...More

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Some weeks ago I hiked the Greater Wuton mountain and it was very fulfilling, tough but the view was fabulous, not to mention the attitudes of people. Positive, curious and very helpful!! Now I want to try the smaller one and I am told that you should choose another bus, not the 211, in order to find the stairs entrance and then take the "easier way down" sparing them old knees from the eternal bouncing down. Is this correct and which bus might that be??
13 February 2017|
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Response from meltembostanci | Reviewed this property |
I always go there by car so i really dont know much about public transportation.sorry i wasnt a big help :(
Hello, How do you get to Wutong via metro/bus? I recently attempted to go but had outdated directions from the Internet and never made it!
11 February 2016|
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Response from Dennis S | Reviewed this property |
There are many apps for your smartphone that should show you bus routes to find where the 211 bus runs. 211 bus terminal is not to far from the Lao Jie metro stop.
Hi, where exactly is bus 211 near Luohu station? Photos or precise directions will be helpful, thank you!
19 January 2016|
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