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Wulao Peak of Lushan, Jiujiang

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Mountain Nature / Park
Among the tallest summits in China, Wulao Peak of Lushan appeals to adventurous hikers interests in exploring a steep and rugged terrain. Go for a hike early in the morning on the easier northern side for a chance to discover a pristine forest and an natural area which has been inspiring poets for centuries. A visit early in the day allows you to experience the morning mist and sunrise, while hikes at dusk let you see the peak shrouded in pink hue one Chinese poet likened to rose-colored cotton. Arrange to visit Wulao Peak of Lushan and other attractions in Jiujiang using our Jiujiang vacation trip planner.
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  • Wulao peak is has five peaks, is comfortable in the mountains, have a list of small hills, wulao peak is perfect for watching the Sunrise, but early in the third peak can also be seen on the Poyang Lake.
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  • I took the Lushan Scenic Area bus here from Guling Town. Check my general review of Lushan to find out about these buses. From the bus stop, backtrack a bit and you will find the entrance of the Wulao...  more »
  • Definitely worth to walk in a line! Rare 1 times! Walk slowly, full of landscapes. We are 4 people, including a 7-year-olds, so 5 peaks, is the scenery all the way, it is not difficult to climb, just start feeling a little bit tired, after a first peak would be nice.
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Where to stay in Jiujiang

In Jiujiang proper, the greatest concentration of accommodations lies in the north of the city, on the southern bank of the Yangtze River. Primarily consisting of high-rise hotels and guesthouses, the offerings include luxury establishments with river views and additional amenities, as well as some budget-friendly fare. Many visitors opt to stay outside of Jiujiang, basing themselves in the wider county area--Lushan mountain to the south, for example, boasts a number of holiday villas, resorts, and hotels.
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