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Mt. Huangshan (Yellow Mountain)

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Mt. Huangshan's peak offers excellent views of the surrounding territory. Transportation: Private bus Private car Public transportation Bicycle English Level: Fluent Services Provided: Tour guide Interpreter Business assistant Car rental...more
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Huangshan Scenic Area, Huangshan District | Anhui Province, Huangshan 245000, China
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

If you don’t have time to go to Zhangjiajie you can’t miss this activity that suppose to be ideally done in automn or spring for colors and temperature. If it’s a little cloudy it’s can be even better. You can reach Yungu temple thanks to...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My friends and I visited this place in 1 day and we all thought 1 days wasn't enough. To do the full hike (included canyon and not taking the cable ride), 2 days with an overnight stay at one of the hotels is ideal because...More

Thank Teresa V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I am the luckiest last group of 46 people went with Sinorama 11 days tour, started from Beijing for 3 days, then speed train to Suzhou 1 day, Hangzhou 1 day, Yellow Mountain 2 days, Shanghai 3 days plus travel time from Auckland to China...More

Thank zzxyz2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This private tour to mount huangshan was awesome. The local tour operator; Visit Our China, English guide name; Aaron (spelling) Liu was excellent. His English was good. He is super friendly, great customer service skills, and extremely knowledgeable about the Mount Huangshan China. He called...More

Thank janehorn
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I had a very clear day, a sunny day , I enjoyed very much from the views. Definitely one of the most beautifull mountain- areas I have ever visited. Plan your routes carefully, the directions on site are not good and it's very easy to...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Huangshan was extremely crowded on the weekend we visited (admittedly the Monday was a major public holiday) to the point of claustrophobia! Would recommend a very early start if you're planning a day trip and also leave early (mid-afternoon). The scenery was every bit as...More

Thank Synthomer
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic views, feels like the Top of The World. Need to be relatively fit as lots of stairs and steps.

Thank Ray S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We took the cable car to the top and as I am scared of heights, it was not my favourite journey, but it was worth it to get to the top! Incredible views even if you just get the cable car and don’t walk any...More

Thank 200Sparrow
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This was part of our tour and absolutely stunning , one of the highlights of the trip. I’m scared of heights but glad I did and saw this. Cable car was an experience in itself haha ... views are worth it

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A bit of a trek to get into the mountains. Transport from Huangshan city, then a local bus and then a cable car to the start of the main areas. You can always walk instead of taking the cable car, but obviously this will limit...More

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polly9999
September 7, 2018|
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Response from Lina J | Reviewed this property |
Sorry here the driver phones 13635598958 you can ask receptionist to call him for you
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Anderzheng
Hi all, We're 2 male (relatively fit) looking to spend 2 days one night at yellow mountain.(mid September 2018) I've read lots of reviews about the place and although everyone agrees that the place is amazing, it's quite confusing everything regarding the cable cars, West and East side, hotels and so on. I guess for those of us who haven't been there, we tend to think about a mountain and a couple of "gates" from where start the journey, but I'm assuming the place is huge with different ways up, hotels, routes and so on. So I'd like to ask someone with lots of patience who had been there to advise us on the best plan for a 2 days one night stay at yellow mountains. (1)We'll be traveling from Shanghai, so I've heard that (even if it doesn't make sense) it's faster to travel by bus. Is this true? If so, Where do we take this bus? (2)Then, please advise us on best place to go up the mountain(east, west, north mountain?...best time to start) we are willing to go up hiking. People say it's better to use the cable car for the way down? (3)As for hotels, I see different opinions about this. So, can you recommend a relatively good (quality - price) hotel on top of the mountain? (4)The plan is to see the sunset and sunrise.(any recommendations for a good spot for these?) (5)Feel free to share any other tips of advice you may think could be of help (clothing, food, prices, warnings etc) Thank you very much in advance.
September 3, 2018|
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Response from jyoti_13 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Train is better from Shanghai. Cable car is good option than hiking. Everything depends on weather,maybe foggy at times. Carry light jacket,raincoat can be purchased from base of mountain. Tour guide is must to see the... More
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July 29, 2018|
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Response from Gidons51 | Reviewed this property |
Look at Xihai hotel , on the mountain . Looks good and ask them directly , I think it wasn’t far from the main cable car . Gidon
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