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A very nice hike up the mountain. It's a lot of climbing be prepared. But it is really worth it. The 9 dragons waterfall, breaks into many nice views along the route. It took about 40 minutes to reach the top, but I recommend, to...More
We stayed on night downhill before heading up to Huang Shan. There is nothing to do at the small town 湯口, so we took a 20 mins cab and visit the waterfall. Walked a few hundreds steps up and reached the top of the hill...More
I had been a little frustrated with tourists so any place without the mass of hordes pushing and shoving each other trying to get a selfie was a welcome relief. The falls were pleasant. Of course I've seen much better but the place was clean,...More
We spent about 90 minutes here. A nice walk up the park along the waterfall trail. Very clean and well managed park.
Not much water during our visit during winter. Still a great place to take some pictures and spend time visiting the are near...More
It was quite nice and relaxing, easy walk. The scenery of water falls were divided into several parts of the the dragon. First impression you only see one waterfall which was average but if you follow the path and sign it will lead you to...More
We were surprised by a Low amount of tourists. Visited few nice waterfalls, which are really high. This visit is a good idea for a relaxing afternoon! For entry we paid 112 rmb (1normal + 1student ticket bought via our hotel).
This place is about 40 minutes drive from Tangkou city. As it is not a popular spot, there are very few tourists here. There isn't much to see apart from the final destination, i.e. the nine dragon waterfall. Unlike other waterfalls, the water from the...More
This is separate from Huangshan Mountain, and costs about RMB 62 to get in. It is a reasonably pleasant walk up past some waterfalls, and pools.
It looks like, in the past, it was possible to hike further up, but all the trails were closed...More