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We got our hotel host to write the name of the most southerly Cable car and the northerly chairlift in Chinese. We then took a (proper) taxi to the southerly cable car - about 40 yuan - went up the cable car and from the...More
We took the '3 pagodas' bus from the town centre. As the title says it goes straight through to the pagodas, past the old town but first it stops at the bottom of the road to the mountain.
Or maps showed it is 2/3 km...More
You can get the chair lift up, and the walk is paved and almost along a contour, so little up and down. Beautiful views over the lake and of the mountains the other side of the valley. Interesting alpine flowers, especially a bright blue Codonopsis....More
Took a chair lift up which lasted for about 25 mins, although I’m scared of heights throughly enjoyed this and then walked round the mountain pass which was a stone walk way built against the mountain but very safe and almost no areas where there...More
A good way to experience Cangshan that not many people seem to know about is by horseback. From the bottom of the "Ximatan" Cable car (also known as the Babu Movie City), you can hire a local horse guide to take you by horse up...More
Nice leisurely walk for people of all ages, but still 11 km. Nice views. We especially like the walk up the 100 + steps to the top of the 7 pools with a waterfall at each level. We to the gondola back down. We spent...More
LOL ok, maybe not really the best person to review.. we’re basically lazy and just took the Cable car up to the highest point and go down. whole trip took around....2 hours max i think.
No hike etc due to some of the members can’t...More
Cang Mountain (or Cangshan in Chinese) is the backdrop to Dali old town and Erhai lake. There are three cableways up the mountain: the northernmost is Zhonghe, Xima Pool in the middle, and Gantong in the south. I recommend the Xima Pool Cableway, if you...More
We took the Gantong Cable Car up the mountain, walked the 11.5 kilometers on the YuDai Rd. and took the Zhonghe chairlift down. We were traveling with 6 adults ages 19 to 49 plus two kids ages 7 and 9. It took us 3 hours...More
You might wish to take the cable car from the northern entrance. There are no stairs there and the path is quite level at the top. The southern entrance starts with quite a few steps and only after that is the path level. It... More
You might wish to take the cable car from the northern entrance. There are no stairs there and the path is quite level at the top. The southern entrance starts with quite a few steps and only after that is the path level. It is too long a trip for your party, including the elderly people, to walk from the northern cable car to the southern one, which we did. You can go up the northern cable car. there is a treemple at the top and a nice level path.
sorry for a late reply. I'm sorry I don't know because I haven't been on top. However, along the snake path there are many spots that could serve as a good camping spot. I am not entirely sure whether it is allowed by local... More
sorry for a late reply. I'm sorry I don't know because I haven't been on top. However, along the snake path there are many spots that could serve as a good camping spot. I am not entirely sure whether it is allowed by local authorities.