Taibaishan National Forest Park, Mei County
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I was taken here by my hosts who know I like climbing mountains! After a 90 minute drive here we were told that it takes about 2 hours to go up and then the same to return. Therefore we went for lunch... read more »
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看过盗墓笔记的人一定知道秦岭太白山，我们五人成团去登山+露营。去之前做了好多准备，包括请了向导，因为有不少人是在里面迷路出故事的，我们还是要安全第一，秦岭的线路有很多，我们选了3天的行程，从周至县开始上，到了太白山顶的时候实在扛不住了，换成两日的线路，第二天就直接下了。。下面是陡坡，然后是丛林，然后是乱石加湖泊，没看到动物猴子。晚上九点多的时候终于下到能坐缆车的地方，下缆车之后还要坐半个小时的车到... read more »
Une journée agréable avec des amis chinois pour aller à TaiBaiShan. Arrivée sur place aucun problème pour prendre un ticket d'entrée plus la navette et faire la queue. Tout en haut ou la navette nous ... read more »A pleasant day with Chinese to go to TaiBaiShan friends. Arrived on the spot no problem to take an entry ticket over the shuttle and make the tail. At the top or shuttle leaves us after by changing at least 3 times, the mountain is pretty but we are still more than 10 km from the peak. The rise is happening without cable for my part. Stairs and always staircases (long live China and bearing mountains of RenMinbi). After a little more than one kilometre of ascent, I arrive somewhere unexpected... "Forbidden to the foreigners" Inntendu since it is written nowhere even when buying the ticket. This is not as above, I was not fluent Chinese and that it was difficult to tell me from the start... Arrived at this place, I was impersonating a Chinese from the province of "XinJiang" but nothing to do... Nothing to do, I had thousands of explanation for which I had no access as white. The most hilarious, we must protect mother nature and the mountain so foreigners do not have access. When you see the numbers of Chinese without any education that they have access to the mountain, it is the last straw! For what I understand, is that it is a military site first and foremost! Some people disappear into the mountains when they come out of the beaten paths. Could that access would be prohibited to everyone in these conditions. But the Chinese are not the kind to come out of the beaten then no problem and then it pays so that it would be shame to dispense with such loot. For those who dare leave the beaten track, in return only rarely anyway. To summarize, it's been 2 years I to Xi'an and I had never heard of it and it is the second time I go. The first time was in the winter and he had access to the "track" of skiing. A small slope with artificial snow... No ridiculous... The second time was yesterday. My Chinese friends have decided to come down and start on Xi' year. Fortunately, we managed to catch the last bus to Xi' year. (A not possible chance seen the hour at which we descended...) In two words: breathless / a scandal / a disappointmentshow original
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