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Wild monkeys, Buddhism in practice and marvelous landscapes. How can it get better than this?
Tips for anyone who wants to do Leshan Buddha statue and this in the same day by train, it is a bit hard, but we did it and even had...More
We visited in December, it was very cold and snowing our entire visit. It was an amazing experience even though the snow restricted the view from the top and of the golden summit. It was still worth the hike, when visiting in winter be sure...More
I went with my wife and 9 yr old son in May. As suggested by our hotel, we first took the bus and cable car all the way up to the Golden Summit and then came back via bus and got off at Wannian Temple...More
It was snowing when i was there. The view of the sea cloud and blue sky was splendid. Please prepare yourself with hiking shoes as some hiking of stairs needed. It was super slippery when it is snowing but afraid not as there are plenty...More
I was hiking Mount Emei beginning of November this year, all the way from the Baoguo temple to the summit. I would't say I'm very fit but just average but I did the whole thing (2500m in height and 25km in distance) in 10 hours...More
I went there for a school trip with 21 other people and I think we took the longest (but most scenic) route up. The whole climb took about 2 and a half days and I nearly died from exhaustion because I am not very fit....More
I went to the Emei mount just because wanted to see some new interesting place around chengdu city, I’m not really a camping girl, never went to a mountain before and I didn’t know it would be so high, and I had to spend there...More
I hiked from the bottom of the mountain all the way up to Leidongping. The hike ended up being around 60km which was much longer than I saw advertised initially, but the hike's incredible scenery made up for it. On the way up I stayed...More
I traveled to Emeishan in Sep 2018. As a rain started in Chengdu, and there was nothing to lose or gain there, we took a train to another UNESCO World Heritage Site on our list - Emeishan, the highest (3,099 m) of four sacred Buddhist...More
We took the cable car up as it is a long way to the top. The views are spectacular - lucky for us that the clouds cleared. On a cloudy day that is all you will see. There are still many steps so wear comforatble...More