The Railway Station is located in Qianyuan Bei Lu, downtown Tunxi District. Wan-gan railway line (from Anhui Province to Jiangxi Province) runs through the city. Many trains run directly to Beijing (about 19 hours), Shanghai (11 or 12 hours), Guangzhou (about 19 hours), Nanjing (five to eight hours), Hefei, Jingdezhen, Nanchang (eight or nine hours), Xiamen (about 23 hours) and Fuzhou (14 or 15 hours). If you visit southern China first, you can transfer at Hangzhou. If you come from northern China, Nanjing is your best transfer stop.
Located in Xixinan Town, the North Railway Station is along Beijing - Fuzhou High Speed Railway. It mainly serves bullet trains to Beijing (5.5 to 7 hours), Tianjin (5 to 6 hours), Shanghai (4.5 hours), Hangzhou (about 3 hours), Fuzhou (about 2.5 hours), and Xiamen (4.5 hours), etc. Passengers can get here by bus 10 and North Station Special Line.
Major Rail Lines from Huangshan to:
See detailed Huangshan Train Schedule
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Huangshan General Bus Station, aka Tunxi Bus Sttaion, which is located at Qiyun Avenue is about 4km (2.5mi) away from Huangshan Railway Station. Bus no. 21 can take you straight to the bus station. The city is connected with Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Hefei, Mt. Jiuhua, and Jingdezhen by national highways. In addition the Hui-Hang (from Anhui Province to Hangzhou City) highway, Hefei - Tongling - Mt.Jiuhua - Mt.Huangshan highway, Mt. Huangshan-Jingdezhen highway, and the round-Mt. Huangshan-highway form an efficient network. There are luxury buses leaving everyday for the main cities in south China including Hangzhou (2.5-hour journey), Ningbo, Shanghai, Wuhan, Jingdezhen, Suzhou, Wenzhou, and Hefei.
There is no direct bus from Tunxi to the Yellow Mountain Scenic Area. Visitors should take a bus from the City Bus Station to Tangkou Town near the south entrance. The fare is CNY13 per person. Then, transfer to a special tourist coach. The round-trip ticket fee is CNY13 per person. The coach will take visitors to the Ciguang Pavilion (the starting point for climbing the mountain from the front) or the Cloud Valley Temple (the starting point for climbing the mountain from the back).
New National Line Bus Station transports visitors from neighboring cities to Yellow Mountain including Anqing, Hangzhou, Yixian County and Hefei.
Tunxi is the hub of tour transportation. Buses and taxis are available to spots in and around the city.
In addition, the City Bus Station, about 64 kilometers (39.8 miles) from Yellow Mountain Scenic Spot Bus Station (Tangkou Town), and the Railway Station have buses to the Scenic Spot. Take the bus to the mountain Gate, then change another to reach one of the two entrances—the Merciful Light Pavilion (Ciguang Ge) or the Cloud Valley Temple (Yungu Si). In addition,there are coaches going directly to Shexian and Jingdezhen setting out from Tangkou Town.
Note: CNY2 fuel charge needs to be paid for each ride
Here are the taxi rates from the downtown area to the main scenic spots and landmarks nearby for your reference (all for single trips):
|Huangshan Airport||CNY20-30 (some drivers may ask for a flat rate, CNY40)|
|Yellow Mountain Scenic Area||CNY150-180|
|Hongcun Village (Yixian County)||CNY150-200|
|Xidi Village (Yixian County)||CNY100-150|
There are two foot routes to the mountain top.
Route 1: From mountain front (the Gate)-Tiandu Peak-Jade Screen Tower-Lotus Blossom Peak-Bright Summit Peak-West Sea-North Sea-down. This route is challenging and very dangerous.
Route 2: From mountain back-White Goose Peak-North Sea-mountain front.
This route is easier for tourists and the sights along the way are especially splendid.
If you prefer to save time and energy, choose cableways. The hours of the three ropeways are 08:00-16:00 in winter, and 06:30-16:30 in the other seasons.
Cloud Valley (Yungu) Cableway: Cloud Valley (Yungu) Temple-White Goose Ridge
Jade Screen Cableway: Merciful Light Pavilion (Ciguang Ge)-Jade Screen Tower
Taiping Cableway: Lotus Peak-Paiyun Tower