We've ascended Doutuan mountain during a weekend in the mid-autumn of 2017. The weather was perfect and the sky clear, so we decided to take the 2h pedestrian path to the top (a 10min cable car ride is also available - 50rmb/person return ticket or 35rmb/person one-way). Entrance fee to the mountain is 67rmb/person. There are two main roads that lead to the top, the right entrance leads to the hotel from where you can hike up to the top for few minutes. The left entrance will lead to the 800 "steep" steps, followed by a long paved way and then more steps again (total number of steps exceeds 1800 with casual rest areas, temples or toilets for a break). A vegetarian restaurant is located near the playground, where you can find various activities (mountain coaster, treetop trekking, zip-line, etc..). The main temple could be found a little further above. From there, a short walk would lead to bottom of the two rocky peaks that represent the symbol of the Doutuan mountain. Pay 20rmb/person if you want to see the tight rope act. An awesome day trip, very highly recommended..
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