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There were a lot of people and we had to wait in lines and take busses for most of our visit. it is also pretty pricey. We didn’t get the feeling of nature at all, the lakes are man made and it seems like their...More
Fantastic place, you can spend all day if you like hiking, we stopped off at the blue moon valley, then head up the valley up towards the 1st glacier; which is about 4000m asl. Take your time, as we walk we saw nobody; the path...More
We were on a group tour with Wendy Wu, (28 days all over China), and this was meant to be a highlight. I was not too impressed. Maybe I am being a bit unfair, but alpine scenery, and cable cars are nothing spectacular for travellers...More
The Jade Dragon Snow mountain is similar to a National Forest. There is Alpine scenery and the main peak (Mount Fan) is about 16,000 ft and snow covered year around. We took a shuttle bus from the visitor center and boarded a cable car to...More
We were told we could show up and get tickets to glacier park. We took a didi and were there by 8am. The ticket booth for the cable car opens at 7 and they told us the tickets were sold out by 7. There are...More
Cable car will take you to the station at altitude of 4506M. You may climb to the highest altitude of 4680M through the designated pathway and staircases.
During our visit in summer (which is also the rainy season), there is no scenery visible at all...More
Often people mistaken this mountain’s location is in Europe. It’s understandable as this mountain looked magnificent and has a wonderful a crystal clear river flowing at its foot. It’s a must see venue if you are in Yunnan, China.
It takes a couple hours to get here from Lijiang and then be prepared to wait in lines for the shuttle bus and cable car. In early June the lines were very short but there were still a lot of people up on the mountain....More
Be prepared to spend a full day here, as the area is vast and getting around takes some time. We faced slight difficulty in navigating the area/system due to language barrier and lack of information at site. I hope that this would be helpful to...More
A majestic mountain. Took a cable car all the way up before continue to hike for another short while. Unfortunately, due to time constraint, did not climb all the way to the top. Remember to buy oxygen tank and some chocolate bar in the city...More
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I’m not sure about the summer as I went there in April and there was a bit of a queue to get in but we could buy tickets on the day. I can imagine summer being very busy though. Maybe ask at the hotels in the town and maybe... More
I’m not sure about the summer as I went there in April and there was a bit of a queue to get in but we could buy tickets on the day. I can imagine summer being very busy though. Maybe ask at the hotels in the town and maybe they can even arrange it for you. There are a couple of large western chain hotels there.
Yes, it’s China national day. All attractions will be packed with people. Be there one week later if you can. If you must go during the 1st week, most likely you can only see one thing in a day. Yulong Mountain has a few... More
Yes, it’s China national day. All attractions will be packed with people. Be there one week later if you can. If you must go during the 1st week, most likely you can only see one thing in a day. Yulong Mountain has a few attractions, you may need to spend a few days there.