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Take it easy and ride the chair lift up and walk down but be prepared to climb many steps to get to the top before descending. The mountain side is has numerous temples with the hanging monastery two of the lower ones. The mountain is...More
Steep price to visit. If you take a cablecar up, there are 3 tic to purchase. Hengshan is not v popular in comparison with Hanging monastery. Not many people swing by.
We got into a bout of rain and hail bits up in the mountain....More
Its one of the 5 holy taoist mountains in China. Cable car 160 RMB and 47 RMB for the mountain entrance. I was lucky with the weather so the view was good. No so busy in Middle of September. Its 10 mins from the hanging...More
Went awhile ago & wasn't into reviewing then but it certainly was a place that stays in your memories. We stumbled onto this site by chance, from our taxi driver's recommendation, after our must-see trip to the Hanging Temples. Do both in one day.
It snowed the day before we went to the mountain. When we went to the entrance we were told it was closed for the day. We were disappointed at first because we went all the way from Beijing to see the mountain. We were then...More
Hengshan is one of the 5 sacred Daoist mountains. It is the northern peak of the 5 (bei yue). Its peak is at 2,017 meters and it is really close to the more famous Hanging Monastery. You can do both in one day.
Went there as it was just 10 minutes’ drive away from the hanging temple which was our actual destination, surprisingly found it be equally good if not better. Mount Heng is one of the five great mountains in China, it's a Taoist sacred mountain. The...More
Very near to Xuankong Si (hanging temple), this mountain can be combined in the same day with the hanging temple. Beiyue Hengshan mountain dates back to the Liao dynasty which is one of the few palaces for the emperor's retreat built in 435AD up on...More
Bring good shoes and walk up!! the cable cars were out of service when I was there, and now I'm so glad it was. Walking up Heng mountain is absolutely amazing and with the most gorgeous views all the way up to the temples :)