Huangshan Travel Guide


  • Best Time to Visit Mount Huangshan

    It is always a great time to visit Mount Huangshan (the Yellow Mountain) in a year because it is a year round destination. Touring the Yellow Mountain in different seasons, you will have uniquely different yet beautiful experiences. Holidays to Avoid Avoid traveling the Yellow Mountain during any of the China's national holida ...

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  • What to See in Mount Huangshan

    The main thing to do in the Yellow Mountain is walk around and take photographs of the scenery which is spectacular, beautiful, different and varying in appearance with every change of weather. The same view looks quite different by day in fine weather or with cloud, early morning or late evening. Sunrise and sunset are renowned bu ...

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  • Climate & Weather in Mount Huangshan

    Covering over 250 square kilometres (nearly 100 square miles), Mount Huangshan (the Yellow Mountain) has a humid sub-tropical monsoon climate with four distinct seasons. The weather is characterized by abundant cloud and fog with heavy humidity. Rainfall is plentiful, with annual precipitation at 2,395 mm, concentrates in April - J ...

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  • Scenic Areas in Mount Huangshan

    Huangshan Mountain is a member of the World Geological Park. It was listed on the Catalogs of World Cultural and Natural Sites by the UNESCO in 1990. The mountain consists of 9 scenic areas.Beihai (North Sea) Scenic AreaThe North Sea Scenic Area is just a few kilometers away from the Cloud-dispelling Pavilion in the West Sea Scenic Area ...

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  • Steps in Huangshan Mountain

    Huangshan Western StepsThe Western Steps pass through some of China's most jaw-droppingly beautiful scenery, meandering past a series of peaks in Mount Huangshan: Celestial Capital, Jade Screen, Lotus Flower and Bright Summit - en route to the distinctive The Rock That Flying From Afar (Feilai Shi) and the Xihai (West Sea) with its earl ...

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  • Nightlife in Huangshan Mountain

    Early nights are really the done thing. After a day climbing of Huangshan Mountain ( the Yellow Mountain), you may not feel up to any nightlife. There are no clubs at the top of the mountains anyway, although most of the hotels have bars and some have KTV. Massages and spas are available until late in the evening but if you're ...

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  • Tour Huangshan in Spring

    Mount Huangshan in spring is like a maiden - all is new, fresh and tender. Spring comes in April but its onset is delayed by three days for every 100 meters as you climb the mountain. Therefore, when wild flowers are brilliant and seedlings are shooting up at its foot, the plants half way up the mountain will be just awakening from thei ...

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  • Tour Huangshan in Summer 

    It is hard to resist the charm of the cool green mountain sides in summer when an exuberance of plant life covers the valleys and peaks of Huangshan Mountain with a green blanket. The green trees and ivy mingle to form natural pavilions where you can sit and refresh yourself while enjoying the beautiful scenery with a cooling breeze to ...

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