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This is an amazingly beautiful Grand Canyon, some parts of which remind me of the stone forest outside of Kunming, and other beautiful mountains and mountain walkways in China. Great views can be had all along the 488-meter long Precipice plank road which was completed...More
The Grand Canyon is approximately 2 hours by car from Enshi. The total trek is around 10 kilometres and takes around 4-5 hours. Do take the cable car as it covers a lo of grounds over a not very scenic part of the mountains. There...More
It was nice whole day trip from Enshi (minibus 25¥). Full loaded ticket (305¥) included entrance fee, shuttle buses and cable car up. The visit started at the deep fissure with some waterfalls. Walk through this narrow slot was spectacular. The lift at the end...More
I initially allocated two days for this location, staying at Yododo hotel, a short walk down the road from the visitor centre.
On the first day I had a fine day with blue sky. The valley in front of the scenic area was very hazy/smokey...More
Enshi Grand Canyon is abt 2 hrs drive from Enshi City. For only RMB300, our local tour included pick up at hotel, transport to Canyon, entrance fees and internal bus transport fee (excluding cable car). The canyon is separated into 2 areas, the waterfall area...More
This place is located 1 away flight away from Wuhan (central china). Best way to get to this place is to take flight from Wuhan to Enshi. The Mufu Canyon is about 2 hours drive from the city.
You can take a local bus from...More
Located in the Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture and bordered by the Yangtze Three Gorges in the north, Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in the south and Yichang city in the east, the Enshi Grand Canyon hike can take over an hour and covering some...More
When you sign up for a hike you usually expect dirt, some stumbling, may happen a skinned knee or two.. In China, the focus is on creature comforts! The oversight team at Da Xia Gu have placed steps along the entire route. What this meant...More
Caught a break s from Hang Kong road station. Costs 25 rmb. The journey took 90 minutes to do 50km. See the beautiful Qingjiang river on the way there. It was foggy the day we went. First we entered the section where there is a...More
This was our reason for visiting Enshi, so of course we made the journey here. It is quite nice and well worth the journey. One problem - the place is huge and the directions around the area are very poor. I have no idea if...More