8,182 ft / 2,494 m




2 summits

Top climbing months

March   50%

August   50%

Most climbed route

South Line

"The mountain has changed over the years. Recognized as a very important, sacred mountain in Buddhism (there is a monastery near the top as well as several smaller temples and prayer areas) it used to require a 4 to 5 mile climb to the summit. While that is still an option, a cable car now runs to a station about 800 feet below the summit. The result is that a mountain that was once not frequently traveled is now one of the most visited attractions in Southern China. There were several thousand people on the mountain, and we had to wait three hours just to get in and on the trail. Hopefull" - BryHong8, Aug 15, 2015


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