A Guide to Huangshan: The Yellow Mountains of China

Rachel Meets China

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

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