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If you think you will be in the mountains away from the tourists and shops, you guessed wrong. However, there are stunning views towards the real 青城山 and beautiful gardens to romp in. It's worth a visit, for the price, proximity, and landscapes. If you...More
The scenery is great, climbing without the cable cart (when in maintenance) is somewhat hard for about 1.5 hours (three times as long as with the cable cart), but the real reward is the mountain air with high ozone level that much reduce the fatigue...More
(This is a review of the front/main part of the park)
There is a lot of walking you can do outside the park, and you have to walk probably nearly a mile from the parking lot before you get to the actual ticket window. Tickets...More
Had a great time at this site. The walking paths are very well taken care of. We rode the cable car and everything was absolutely perfect. The walk to the summit is definitely worth the effort. Its about a 15-30 minuet walk depending on your...More
This was a beautiful tour, but you have to be prepared to do some uphill walking. The paths were smooth so no obstacles and if you are in reasonable shape you can do it. We did the front of Qingcheng which is shorter and less...More
This is a great trip, with a boat, and cable car rides. But then it is still a 40minute hike to the top with very steep and narrow stairs. As it was a rainy day we stopped and took photos of the pagoda and didn’t...More
It was a misty rainforest type of day. Many stairs to old Taoist temples. Then cable cars and a ferry across a lake. The trails led to the higher peaks but we ran out of energy. Well worth a visit. Go early in the day.
We climed up the Mountain in November which was really exhausting and took us about 2 hours. When we finally reached the top we could not see very far due to fog or maybe smog as well.
I think this mountain is not worth a...More
Either is good, in different ways, and both are well connected by day shuttles. Personally I like Qingcheng better, more to see and the nature is a plus, for they boast great unique air quality, which I can testify to. The... More
Either is good, in different ways, and both are well connected by day shuttles. Personally I like Qingcheng better, more to see and the nature is a plus, for they boast great unique air quality, which I can testify to. The hike through stone-steps in QIngcheng is much more extensive but also much easier than usual due to the high concentration of negative oxygen ions. It is still an exercise with a few miles of uphill walking. There is a stretch with an option of cable car, which was out of service when I was there! It is still worthwhile for me though.