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We loved it, a magnificent 90 minute to 2 hour walk with lots of water, waterfalls, pools hanging coffins, huge cliffs and green vegetation.
Do it later in the day after taking the free bus and visiting the Pandas first. It will be almost all...More
This hike is well worth any ones time, I was really impressed at the amount of workmanship that went in to making all of the steps. The paths are well suited to any one even older people. Along the way you get to see some...More
The canyon is really beautiful and worth a visit, but the panda center was quite disappointing today. We only saw 4 or 5 including 3 were sleeping. The baby pandas are moved to Wolong until October 2015 but nobody has informed the tourists on the...More
This canyon goes on almost forever and is so worth a visit.
We even got to pet a baby tiger at the end!!! Try asking for that in an English zoo???
For the very worn out there is a long lift out which rather spoiles...More
Since you're in the area already, might as well walk through this canyon because there is nothing else better to do in this area except for the Panda. The walk is not natural trekking, as with most Chinese attractions, takes about 3 hours and very...More
After seeing the pandas, I decided to walk back via the trail which is quite easy to find after a short walk on the road from the panda base. It's not a true nature hike, as the path is almost entirely in concrete. Nevertheless, the...More
We decided to connect panda zoo visit with canyon hike. Admission 118 RMB - quite pricey. But we really liked it! First, take a bus to panda zoo. After you finish visit, return back to zoo gate, go left, pass some houses, let check your...More