Mount Qian Shan, Anshan
Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
Spend a whole day exploring the mountain trails that wind though the pristine forest of Mount Qian Shan, filled with both Buddhist and Taoist temples. Among rolling peaks coated with greenery stands a 70 m (230 ft) high statue of Buddha shaped by nature, claimed to be the largest one of its kind worldwide. Paved footpaths and thousands of steps climb steeply up the hillsides, passing small shrines, pagodas, and carved monuments honoring the dead. You can cover a lot of the area by renting an electric cart or riding on the cable car, but to climb all the way up to the summit you'll have to go by foot. Work out when and for how long to visit Mount Qian Shan and other Anshan attractions using our handy Anshan travel itinerary planner.
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Qian Shan Nationalpark er en af den slags attraktioner, der ikke står i Lonely Planet, men trods det er et besøg værd. Parken tager, som de fleste andre kinesiske nationalparker, entre. Når det så er ... read more »Qian Shan National park is one of the kind of attractions that are not listed in the Lonely Planet, but despite it's worth a visit. The Park takes, as most other Chinese national parks, entre. Then when it is paid, then there is a free-for-all to hiking in a national park, which offers something real well (and actually really hard) hiking. In particular, the six kilometer-long hike along the mountain peaks offers both on some amazing views, and provides plenty of exercise. Remember to take the cable car up to the start of the hiking trail, since it saves a part climbing at the beginning.show original
Красивые горы, не пожалел, что съездил. Везде подписано на русском - видимо, много русскоязычных посетителей. Но за один день весь указанный на плане маршрут сложно обойти - очень много подъемов и спу... read more »Beautiful mountains, is sorry that went. Everywhere signed Russian-apparently many Russian visitors. But one day the entire specified on the route difficult to circumvent the very many ascents and descents, while the mountains themselves are low. For lovers of climbing mountains, in short.show original
Wir waren einen Tag in den Qianshan Mountains wandern. Man betritt den Nationalpark durch ein Tor (Eintritt 72 RMB) und kann dann verschiedene Routen wählen. Die Strecken sind meist gut ausgebaut und ... read more »We were one day hiking in the Qianshan mountains. Entering the National Park through a gate (admission 72 RMB) and can choose various routes. The routes are generally well built and due to the many stairs to get pretty sweat. You can see here and there some temples or pagodas (mostly in the last few years built, but still nice) and it has phenomenal views over the surroundings from the mountain tops. A jacket is recommended shoes for hiking because it is above very windy, also.show original
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