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Mount Tai, Tai'an
(4.4/5 based on 1,600+ reviews on the web)
Part of the Five Great Mountains of China, Mount Tai represents a significant cultural and historical hub associated with sunrise, renewal, and rebirth. The tilted fault-block mountain rises up to 1.532 m (5.029 ft) and covers the area of 426 sq km (164 sq mi). Often regarded as a major place of worship for the last 3,000 years, it served as a prominent ceremonial center and was thus listed on the world natural and cultural heritage list. Take one of many routes to explore the natural haven, which shelters peculiar rock formations, bridges, ancient trees, as well as holy temples, squares, and tombs. During your treks, wear comfortable shoes and always carry extra water. By using our Tai'an itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Mount Tai and other attractions in Tai'an.
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  • Here are some updates to add to the extensive reviews below. I visited in early December. Officially winter, but it was not too cold only about 4 degrees in daytime. Here's our trip program from Beiji...  more »
  • The mountain is very high and a great hike. If you are into hiking, stairs, great architecture and history, this is a great hike to do. But like EVERYWHERE in China, it is very crowded, so keep this i...  more »
  • This is an atmospheric climb, punctuated by shrines and vendors. It's many steps yes, but the steps are wide and well built and there are plenty of places to rest. You can go down in the cable car!