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Mount Siguniang

At The Junction of Xiaojin County and Wenchuan County, Xiaojin County 624200, China
+86 837 279 1847
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Mt Siguniang, Sichuan, China

Beautiful view over the top of Dafeng, Mt Siguniang. A porpular short summit hike over 5,000m in... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
NerdyTraveler_KJ
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
via mobile
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ride on-route to Mount Siguniang is very nice... road is easy with few good resting spots for... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2017
caslee10
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Hong Kong, China
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At The Junction of Xiaojin County and Wenchuan County, Xiaojin County 624200, China
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful view over the top of Dafeng, Mt Siguniang. A porpular short summit hike over 5,000m in Sichuan!

Thank NerdyTraveler_KJ
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

ride on-route to Mount Siguniang is very nice... road is easy with few good resting spots for pictures taking. The natural reserve park is a very nice park.. you have to get on a separate shuttle to go into the park but you can get...More

Thank caslee10
Reviewed 8 December 2016

the scene at shuangqiao valley is stunningly beautiful. Unspoiled. pristine. The whole valley is like a art painting.

2  Thank lowPenang
Reviewed 6 November 2016

we stay here 1.5days. went to 2-3place. must go & worth to visit. better go there at early morning. the view was quite beautiful

Thank iamface
Reviewed 2 May 2016

I visited Siguniang at the end of April, and found our climb of DaFeng to be exceptional. We took the bus from ChaDianZi station in Chengdu, which does go through DuJiangYan now. The road is "passable," but far from finished. It is supposed to be...More

9  Thank asiagirl00
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

Becoming popular with the Chinese tourists, this is still awe inspiring country and a very relaxed place to stay. We travelled here by bus, a mistake, as the journey is expensive and a good 10 hours. The hotels in Changping, the tourist area of Rilong...More

4  Thank Hazzz M
Reviewed 21 May 2015

On the way to Tibet, Siguniang was the first famous holy moutain,whose name in Chinese is "four girls",and the highest one is the second. There were 3 valleys,the Changping Valley got paths both for hikers and horse riders, the best option should be ride in...More

1  Thank XUEGANG Z
Reviewed 7 March 2015

Very fantastic view and scenery ,everything around you is so cute and peaceful ...Paradise on earth is easy found right there!

Thank Jimmy P
Reviewed 30 August 2013

I visited there after spending time in 4 other mountains so at first I thought, meh, this last one would only be for passing time because we saw way too much mountainous sceneries already. And that was when I was so wrong. First experience on...More

4  Thank ashn2k
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