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Mount Huashan Tickets Booking
From CNY78/US$12 per person
  • Conquer the most precipitous mountain in China.
  • Have a breathtaking hiking experience at the Changkong Plank Road.
  • Watch sunrise at the peak and enjoy beautiful scenery in the mountain.
Select Date and Tickets:
The admission ticket cannot be booked online at present.
  • Adult: Height 150cm+
  • West Peak Cable Car Single Trip
Important Notice
1. Free of charge for children under 120cm.
2. Children with height between 120cm and 150cm enjoy half price, please buy tickets on site in the Ticket Hall.
3. Admission ticket is valid for 48 hours.
How to Book and Use
1. Book & pay online, get confirmation No. by email. Get your paper tickets by showing the confirmation No. at Ticket Redemption Window in the Ticket Hall.
2. Visitors in one order should redeem the tickets together.
Ticket Redemption Hours
Opening Hours
Opening hours of attractions inside
Jade Spring Temple: 09:00-19:00
Xiyue Temple: 09:00-17:30
Cable Car Operating Hours
Mar-Nov 07:00-19:00
Dec-Feb: West Peak Cable Car: 08:30-17:00; North Peak Cable Car: 08:00-18:00
Change & Cancellation
1. Free cancellation if sending the request 24 hours before the designated entry date.
2. After the ticket is issued, the service fee is non-refundable.
3. Partial cancellation is not accepted, tickets in one order have to be cancelled together.
What to Expect
Mount Huashan is one of the cradles of ancient Chinese civilization. Many celebrities went there and left countless stories and over one thousand calligraphic inscriptions on rocks and cliffs.
The most famous and most beautiful West Peak is the representative of Mount Huashan, which is a complete huge boulder. The cliff is thousands of feet high, looking like being cut by an ax or saw. You will sigh for the nature when you see it.

Book a ticket and climb the mountain at night, you can reach the peak early and see the sunrise in the morning in Mount Huashan. The sun has a timid movement: it seems to slowly explore in the beginning, and then hide into the clouds. Finally, the long-awaited sun shows its face.

You can have an adventure at the Changkong Plank Road. It is on the edge of a cliff of South Peak, the highest peak of Mount Huashan. You should be very careful for it is dangerous, and it would be an exciting experience, especially for explorers.

You can book a ticket to challenge the top dangerous hiking way there. There is a distance of stone steps perpendicular to the ground, you can only hold on to the iron ropes.

Kind Reminders

1. Carry a light backpack to save your energy.

2. Check the weather forecast before heading there to avoid bad weather.

3. Take some warm clothes or rent one in the scenic area as it’s cold on the mountain top.

4. Sport shoes with soft and flat soles are best for climbing.

See more Mount Huashan Travel Tips.

Additional Info
South Section of Yuquan Road, Huayin City, Weinan, 120 kilometers (75 miles) from Xi'an
How to get to Mount Huashan from downtown Xi’an?

 Option 1: Take the direct bus from Xi'an Bus Station to Mount Huashan, which is oppsite to Xi'an Railway Station.

 Option 2: Take a high speed train at Xi’an North Railway Station to Huashan North Station. Then you can take Huayin city bus 1 or 2 and get off at Shengtai Guangchang Station. You can find the tourist service office soon there.

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Questions & Answers on Mount Huashan Ticket Booking
Asked by patricia from CHINA | Apr. 02, 2020 01:28Reply
Is the Mountain open??
I am living in China and woulk like to visit the mountain in May... With the current situation, is the mountain open?
Asked by travis tay from SINGAPORE | Nov. 22, 2019 22:08Reply
Climbing in end December
Hi I'm planning to climb the mountain across 2 days on the last week on December. I understand that it might be winter. May i know if this is possible? and will the plank walk be open?

Answers (3)
Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Nov. 24, 2019 18:20

Thank you for your inquiry.

It is indeed winter time and could be very cold there. The openning of plank walk or some other parts of mountain depends on the weather. If it snows or with strong wind, they could be closed subject to management of scenic area.
Answered by travis tay from SINGAPORE | Nov. 24, 2019 19:18

May I know when is the period that the mountain is usually closed? And is there a site where I can check if the mountain is open or close?
Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Nov. 24, 2019 19:57

Thank you for your inquiry.

We are sorry that there is no confirmed date, it all depends on the weather, but the chance of being closed could be bigger during Dec to Feb as the chance of big snow is larger during this period. This kind of news usually cannot be posted early in advance but by each day of visiting. We are sorry that thre is no English website for checking.
Asked by suchitra from MALAYSIA | Oct. 23, 2019 18:39Reply
cable car
we are planning to go to Mount Hushan on December 2nd (me and my husband). I am actually scared of height and not at all good at trekking. so can we take the west peak cable car and return back from the west peak cable car itself without much of hiking ?
Answers (1)
Answered by Hyman | Oct. 24, 2019 02:05

The easiest way for visiting should be the cable car to west peak and then follow the order south peak-east peak-middle peak and back to west peak for cable car. It is not possible to avoid all challenging parts but would be easier than other climbing routes.
Asked by Mark from AUSTRALIA | Sep. 10, 2019 01:41Reply
How far in advance do you need to purchase tickets?
I'm an independent traveller hoping to visit in November, but am not sure of the exact date I'll be in XiAn yet.
Answers (1)
Answered by Haylee from USA | Sep. 10, 2019 02:53

Nov is not a peak time for visiting Mt. Huashan. You can book when your date is fixed. The tickets should sale one month ahead but I think 2 or 3 days in advance is enough.
Asked by diane from FRANCE | Aug. 25, 2019 01:38Reply
Bonjour, vous dites de prendre le bus touristique sur la place est de la gare de Xi'an et rejoignez directement le mont Huasha, mais de quel bus s'agit il svp?
y a t'il un numéro?


Answers (1)
Answered by Alexandra | Aug. 25, 2019 23:01

I suppose the bus you mentioned is tourist line 1 but it is not in service now. You can go to the long distance bus station near the railway station instead and take the long distance bus to Mt Hushan. There is no bus number. You need to buy a bus ticket there first and then take the bus that departs at your time. Or you can take a high speed ride from Xi'an North Station to Huashan North Station. Then you can take bus to Mt. Huashan.
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