Cangshan Mountain, Dali
Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
A prime hiking spot in a biodiverse landscape, Cangshan Mountain boasts 18 peaks, all reaching an elevation of over 3,500 m (11,482.9 ft). Hike from the bottom or take the cable car up the side of the mountain to the popular Cloud Pass trail. A relatively flat, paved path running 12 km (7.4 mi) along the mountains, it offers striking views of Erhai Lake twinkling against the range's highest peak, Malong, some 4,122 m (13,524 ft) high. A temple provides a welcome rest stop, with refreshments and supplies to continue your journey. Look out for the many marble crafts available, extracted from the mountain's rich quarries. Put Cangshan Mountain into our Dali vacation generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Dali.
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The Cloud Pass (aka Jade Belt Road) is a 20 km path running along Cangshan at around 2600 metres above sea level. For a reasonable walk the 10-11 km stretch between 2 cable car routes - Gantong Temple... read more »
Wir nahmen die Gondel (durch eine schönes Tal) auf der einen Seite hoch und liefen rund 12 km bis zur Bergstation des Sessellifts und fuhren damit wieder nach Dali runter. Von der Talstation sind es r... read more »We took up the gondola (through a beautiful valley) on the one hand and ran around 12 km up to the mountain station of the chair lift, and drove back to Dali down. The valley station is about 25 minutes to the upper part of the old town. The roads are all paved and well marked and have therefore no difficulties. Super views of the Lake and the surrounding countryside. The gondolas are expensive. There's catering facilities on the mountain.show original
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