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Wudang Mountain National Geopark

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Address: Danjiangkou, China
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A famous Taoist mountain contains relics and buildings from the 7th...

A famous Taoist mountain contains relics and buildings from the 7th century.

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Great place to find your inner peace and learn to practice Tai Chi.

Home to a famous complex of Taoist temples and monasteries associated with the god Xuan Wu. The Wudang Mountains are renowned for the practice of Taichi and Taoism as the Taoist... read more

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

Home to a famous complex of Taoist temples and monasteries associated with the god Xuan Wu. The Wudang Mountains are renowned for the practice of Taichi and Taoism as the Taoist counterpart to the Shaolin Monastery, which is affiliated with Chinese Chán Buddhism. - wikipedia

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Wuhan, China
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 August 2016

I had my preconceptions heading to Wudangshan. Mainly I was concerned with over-commercialization of the place alike something that was done to the Shaolin monastery, which has turned from stuff of childhood dreams to a souvenir supermarket. It wasn't as bad though. The most annoying thing turned out to be buying a ticket and waiting for the bus to take... More 

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Vancouver, Canada
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

I hiked up the western trail of Wudang Mountain with a large group of adults and children. It was extremely dangerous with many sheer drops of ten to twenty metres and very slippery and narrow paths. Many people slipped and fell. There were hundreds of steep stairs leading to the Daisy Monastery built some 600 years ago. Breathtaking views at... More 

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Hong Kong, China
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 21 July 2016

My friend and I joined a tour in HK to make a 5 day tour to visit the famous Wu Dang Mountain. I used to consider that those mountains in our homeland were more charm than those in other countries. Our tour included a 3-night-stay at hotels inside the national park. Therefore, we could have more time to tour round... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 March 2016

It was a fabulous experience to be in Shiyan from February 20 to March 3.. I stayed in Wudangshan Jiangou Hotel a great location, the food was superb, only few people speak english... We went to the Golden Temple situated at the top of Tianzhu Peak (1612 m) is was built in 1416 during Ming Dynasty, made it in wood... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 January 2016 via mobile

This has to be one of the most famous mountain in China where lots of movies and TV were filmed. I started off by hiring a tour guide at the ticketing hall. Only registered licensed guides are allowed to operate here. You cannot find them anywhere else. I then went on with a 2.5 hours ascend. It was exhausting, but... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 November 2015

The landscape is very beautiful and all the temples are magnificent. An interesting aspect is that they are not museums but operating temples, meaning that one has the opportunity to have a look at the religious functions. A visit is recommended. A negative aspect is that the hotels in the area tend to be substandard. The climbing of the mountain... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 November 2015

I originally visited Wudang Mountain with a group of tourists for religious purposes as it is best known for its great numbers of Daoist temples. But when I got there, the view offered was not merely enjoyable for pilgrims. The scenery was beautiful, with vibrant colors of green, yellow, and brown as the time of my visit was late October.... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 October 2015

Wudang Mountain was one of he most beautiful places I have visited in China. All the buildings and paths were original and 700- 800 years old

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 September 2015

If you were interested, or if you are about to visit Wudangshan mountain, you probably have an inkling of its significance in Chinese culture. It is one of the seats of Daoism underpins Chinese philosophy, religious rituals, mythical and spiritual beliefs, traditional medical practices and health and well-being exercises: Wudang KungFu, Qigong and Taiji. So, if you are interested in... More 

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