China is a great destination for mountain enthusiasts. Some of the world’s most legendary mountain ranges and peaks rose here millions of years ago – some are sacred with religious and secular significance, others are endowed with breathtaking natural scenery.
Mount Everest – Summon up courage to ascend the highest peak on earth, or sit outside a tea house in the nearby village, admiring silently at the soaring, elegant peaks of Everest.
Mount Kailash – This is where the Gods live – you can have a spiritual journey or a tough yet most rewarding hiking experience.
Meili Snow Mountain – It reminds to be conquered. And you’ll discover the vertical vegetation distribution – fruits along the river valleys, precious traditional Chinjese medicines, teas and lesser pandas on alpine meadows…
Mount Wudang – a holy Taoist mountain in Shiyan, Hubei Province and a great place to practice Tai Chi in China
Mount Wutai – the first of China’s holy Buddhist mountains, and one of the world’s five Buddhist sanctuaries
Mount Emei – a famous Buddhist sanctuary in Sichuan, Mt. Emeishan once had more than 100 temples
Mount Tai – one of the few World Natural and Cultural Heritages
Mt. Hua – one of the Five Sacred Mountains of China, also known for its dangerously steep landscape and scariest mountain roads and cliffside walkways
Mianshan Mountain – the birthplace of Qingming Festival, its spectacular architectures built above the cliff
Yellow Mountain – the most-visited mountain in China
Mount Lu – a hauntingly smoky mountain in Jiangxi Province with magnificent waterfalls
Mount Wuyi – a natural summer resort in Fujian of typical Danxia Landform & a great place for Chinese tea culture experience
Mount Sanqing – one of the holiest Taoist mountain, UNESCO recognized it as a world natural heritage site in 2008
Karst Mountain in Guilin, Guangxi
Danxia Mountain – Red RocksGeological Park in in Shaoguan, Guangdong Province
Camel Peak in Sichuan