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Shaanxi Huangling National Forest Park

Shaanxi Huangling National Forest Park

4.3/586 Reviews
Forest
Shaanxi Huangling National Forest Park is located in the Qiaoshan forest area in the southwest of Huangling County. It consists of one valley (Xuancuo Health Valley Scenic Area), one mountain (Feilongling Scenic Area) and one temple (Zi'e Temple Scenic Area), as well as two towns (Huta Town and Shuanglong Town). The park are rich in human history resources, integrating Yellow Emperor cultural items, health culture, and religious culture. By immersing yourself in this scenic area, you can experience the vastness and mystery of the mythical Yellow Emperor culture.
Fudi Lake

Fudi LakeNearby City

4.5/516 Reviews
Lake
Shaanxi Luochuan Loess National Geopark

Shaanxi Luochuan Loess National GeoparkNearby City

4.6/510 Reviews
Historical Site
Geological Sites
Fragrant Hills

Fragrant HillsNearby City

4.5/5133 Reviews
Mountain
Xiang Shan is located on the Northwestern side of the Liu Lin Yao Cun, 45 kilometers Northwest of Tong Chuan Yao Zhou City. It is comprised of the intersection of the Eastern, Western and Central peaks. The three peaks in this order resemble a brush rack pointed vertically at the heavens, and were also given the names, "Three Stone Mountain" or "Brush Rack Mountain." They became known as Xiang Shan or "Fragrant Hills" in the Qing Dynasty. The three peaks are surrounded by mountains revealing a lush green backdrop, refreshing to the senses.
Yaowang (The King of Medicine) Mountain

Yaowang (The King of Medicine) MountainNearby City

4.4/5144 Reviews
Mountain
Yaowang (The King of Medicine) Mountain is located in Yaozhou District, Tongchuan City, Shaanxi Province. It was called Qingyu Mountain during the Tang Dynasty, and Wutai Mountain after the Song Dynasty. Later, it was named after the fact that Sun Simao, the pharmacist of the Sui-Tang period famed as the “king of medicine,” retired here in his later years. It has been a center for later generations to commemorate Sun Simiao. Yaowang Mountain is surrounded by five peaks, and is home to numerous stone monuments and a beautiful scenery. It is a key cultural relic protection unit on the national level, and a scenic spot protection area on the provincial level.
Huaqing Pool

Huaqing PoolNearby City

4.4/512,789 Reviews
Historical Site
Spring
High season (March 1st - November 30th) 7:00-19:00, Low season (December 1st - February 29th) 7:30-18:00, "Xuanjing Changsheng Temple" Experience Hall in the scenic area Free opening hours are 9:00-16:30 daily (equipment overhaul every Tuesday morning, open from 13:00-16:30) (Local time)
The Huaqing Palace on the outskirts of Xi'an has been a hot spring bathing resort since ancient times and was also where the Xi'an Incident took place. During Emperor Xuanzong's reign in Tang Dynasty, it was a bathing place for the royal family and court ministers. Now, you can visit the royal pools of Tang Xuanzong and Yang Guifei, named Lotus Pool and Haitang Pool respectively. In 1936, the Xi'an Incident took place and changed China's destiny. In the southern part of the scenic spot, the “five halls” of Chiang Kai-shek’s old residential site were preserved intact, and the bullet marks of the fierce battle are still left on the walls.
Baota Mountain

Baota MountainNearby City

4.3/51,522 Reviews
Mountain
CCP Historical Site
Baota Mountain in located in Yan'an city center. It is famous for its tall pagoda, which dates back to the Tang dynasty and was rebuilt during the Ming dynasty. First Beach Tourist Resort is situated on the Nanhai Peninsula in Maogang District, Maoming. The resort was named by the Chinese military general Li Desheng. Next to the pagoda there is a Ming dynasty iron clock, which was used by the Communist government to report the time and issue alerts.
Mount Hua

Mount HuaNearby City

4.7/520,364 Reviews
Mountain
March 1st - November 30th (high season) is open all day; December 1st - February 28th (low season) is open all day; Beifeng Cableway and Xifeng Cableway Operation Time: Low Season 8:00-17:00 , the high season 7:00-19:00; Xiyue Temple the latest admission time 16:30. (Local time)
Mount Hua(Huashan), one of China's five sacred mountains is located in Western China, in the territory of Huayin City, 120km away from Xi An. The mountain has five main peaks —a North, South, East, West, and Center. It has a Plank Walk located at South Peak that is considered by many to be one of the most dangerous hikes in the world. Hikers who challenge it will have to traverse paths made up of narrow planks of wood bolted to the side of a cliff, 2000 feet in the air. Even though there are harnesses attached to all hikers challenging the path, the experience is still one of the most thrilling on earth! Besides that, the mountain is also famous for its narrow pathways and steep stairways. If you are someone that is looking for a challenging hike, Huashan is definitely one of the toughest available out there. Just make sure that safety is your utmost priority. Watch your steps and stay alert during the hike!
Laoshan Forest Park

Laoshan Forest ParkNearby City

4.3/519 Reviews
Mountain
Forest
Hukou Waterfall

Hukou WaterfallNearby City

4.6/55,020 Reviews
Waterfall
The Yellow River Hukou Waterfall is located in the channel of the Yellow River where it passes through the Qin Jin Grand Canyon. To the east of the falls is Shanxi's Linfen region, and to the west of the falls is Yichuan County, Yan'an, Shaanxi Province. The section of the falls in Shaanxi is located 35 kilometers east of Yichuan County, Yan’an. Because the Yellow River carries so much sediment, this is one of the few places on earth you can see a yellow waterfall. The scenery of Hukou Waterfall changes through each of the four seasons.
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