Mt. Huashan Pictures

One of the gates to Mt. Huashan

Located in Huayin County in Shaanxi Province, Mt. Huashan is renowned for its steep cliff and overhanging rocks. Being one of the Five Sacred Mountains, Mt Huashan is the most precipitous mountain in China. It has five imposing peaks with the northern one being the highest. Its caggedness is a challenge for climbers. Any climbers who claim themselves brave should climb Mt. Huashan at least once. Attraction Intro: Mt. Huashan

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  • One of the gates to Mt. Huashan
  • As one of the most precipitous mountains, the steps on Mt. Huashan are very steep.
  • The steps are almost vertical and climbers need to use both their feet and hands. So bring a pair of gloves if you plan to climb the mountain.
  • A Mt. Huashan carrier. He is carrying luggage onto the mountain top for his clients.
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- Last modified on Aug. 30, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on Mt. Huashan Pictures
Asked by Macmonna from MALAYSIA | Aug. 24, 2019 09:30Reply
How much is the entrance fee of Huashan Mountain?
If I do not climb up to the top peak, is charges is still the same?

What is the best time to visit Mt Hua if I take the high speed train from Luoyang Longmen? Which part of the view is beautiful?
Answers (1)
Answered by Penelope from UKRAINE | Aug. 30, 2019 00:04

1. The entrance fee is CNY160 from Mar. to Nov. and CNY100 from Dec. to Feb. next year.
2. Yes, the charges is still the same.
3. You are suggested to tour around the mountain in the afternoon. Thus you can see the sunset. East Peak and West Peak and recommended.
Have a nice trip!
Asked by wah from MALAYSIA | Oct. 13, 2014 02:02Reply
if i can't climb Huashan (because of my back problem) is it possible to still enjoy the view ?
visiting on 12th November 2014, any cable car facilities ?
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Answered by William from INDIA | Oct. 15, 2014 02:09

Yes, you can use the cable car to visit the mountain. There are cable cars which lead to the North Peak and West Peak.
Asked by raymond from PHILIPPINES | Jan. 11, 2013 20:20Reply
is it okay to visit the Mt. Hua in january? what will the view be like? will it be crowded?
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Answered by Bath | Jan. 13, 2013 02:58

It is ok to climb the mountain, but you need to prepare some thick coats in case othe cold weather.
The view is still beautiful during that time if it snows. Unluckily, there is few snow this year in Xi'an, so if you come this year. It is hard for you to see the snow scenery.
A few people climb the moutain in January.
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