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Came during end of December where it was snowing, the path up to the first temple is easily accessible (took us more than 2 hours to walk up since we have a 11 yrs old who likes to stall and explore at every opportunity), there...More
My wife and I spent three nights in Deqin of Shangri-la County in Yunnan at mid-October, mainly to visit the Meili Snow Mountain. We were quite lucky to have fantastic view of the so-called “sunshine on Golden Mountain” phenomenon on the first two mornings, as...More
Mingyong glacier is located in Meili snow montain national park area. So if you would like to see only Mingyong glacier, you still have to pay for the whole package, 228 RMB. Though, the entrance fee for Mingyong glacier is 78 RMB. Going up from...More
I thought it was important that I write and confirm that it was open today (Dec. 31 2015). Took a hired minibus here from Felai-si (300 yuan return with driver waiting for me), then had to pay 83 yuan to enter the park (I had...More
The road down to the start point for this hike from Feilaisi is closed. No one is allowed in or out unless resident. Not sure when it is due to reopen but please check ahead if you are planning on doing the trip.
The ticket for this attraction was 228 rmb that include 3 other attraction.The road to get here is scenic but dangerous in rainy season. There are some landslide along the way and there are still road construction after we across Mekong river so we should...More
Once you get up to Lian Hua Si (Lotos Temple) you understand what the raving is about: From there you get a spectacular view of the glacier as it comes down the flank of Kawa Karpo. Many guides try to save the trip up there...More
My wife and I hiked up 2+hours and we were rewarded with an awesome view of the glacier. The hike is a tough one, sharing the path up with the mules riding past, and it will require a lot of stamina and adjustment to altitude...More