If you’re looking for an adventure outside of the big cities in China, Huangshan Mountain is the perfect destination. Located in the Anhui Province, Huangshan became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990 and is well-known for its sunsets, hot springs, and granite peaks. Huangshan literally means “yellow mountains” in Chinese and is often the inspiration for traditional Chinese paintings.
Huangshan is well-worth seeing, but a trip here definitely takes some planning in advance. I just recently visited China’s famous Yellow Mountains and put together a guide for visiting Huangshan, including how to get there and which sites on the mountain you can’t miss!
An Overview to Huangshan:
- How To Get To Huangshan
- Where To Stay In Huangshan
- Planning a Trip to Huangshan
- Packing for Huangshan
- Which Route To Hike on Huangshan
- Scenic Areas on Huangshan
- Tips for Huangshan
- Other Places to Visit Nearby Huangshan
How To Get…
View original post 1,727 more words