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Gongga Mountain

#2 of 22 things to do in Kangding County Features Animals
Gongga Mountain, Moxi Town, Kangding County 626000, China
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amazing view from afar!

the Mountain is so high and isn't easy to really see the top unless the sky is clear! we were lucky... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
caslee10
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Hong Kong, China
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Mount Minyak Gangkar

Yoloshi is a village at the foot of sacred Mount Minyak Gangkar (7556 meters/24,790 feet). Guests... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2017
CJTibet
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Lhasa, China
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3 weeks ago
“amazing view from afar!”
10 Mar 2017
“Mount Minyak Gangkar”
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Gongga Mountain, Moxi Town, Kangding County 626000, China
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

the Mountain is so high and isn't easy to really see the top unless the sky is clear! we were lucky to be able to see that. view is stunning, am sure the trek up will be tough but amazing!

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Reviewed 10 March 2017

Yoloshi is a village at the foot of sacred Mount Minyak Gangkar (7556 meters/24,790 feet). Guests can stay with a local host and spend a day trekking on the mountain and in the Color Lake Nature Reserve. Conscous Journeys have trained some local hosts and...More

Thank CJTibet
Reviewed 4 November 2016

This is a National park, extensively advertized and full of Chinese tourists, horribly full during holidays. You have to pay an entrance fee (half price if at least 60 years old) and a fee to use the bus. Everything is well marked and made easy...More

Thank Hans-Schaefer
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

Really luck to be there on sunny day and the view was fantastic and very clean fresh air during the climb.

Thank Tk N
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

Upon arrival at the airport in Kang Ding we were greeted by the majestic Gongga Mountain range. Just what I had always pictured the Himalayan mountains to look like.

Thank Lynne A
Reviewed 12 October 2016

It is not the highest mountain in the world, but definitely one of the most majestic! It's such a petty that I can not see it closely and clearly due to the heavy rain! Hopefully I have better luck next time!

Thank Gabinwong
Reviewed 20 October 2015

You take a tour bus from Moxi town up to the cable car. At the top of the cable car you have impressive views of the Mt. Gongga (7556m) and 5 other peaks above 6500m if the weather permits.

2  Thank Advizor1000
Reviewed 5 September 2015

Gongga Mountain, Minyak Gongkar/Gangkar. There are several names to describe this holy Tibetan mountain (7556 m), long thought to be the highest in the world. Gongga mountain is a little shy - often covered in clouds and rarely shows her face. But when she does,...More

Thank JornBerg
Reviewed 17 November 2012

I traveled with a Deutsch expedition team to Melcyr Schan, a peak about 20000 feet high they summited. Journey starts in Chengdu. It is a day on vehicle when we arrive in Laoyulin after 10 hours' riding. It was during the National Day holiday at...More

3  Thank AlexTung
Reviewed 23 June 2012

the Gonga Shan trek is a nice little trek. Nothing too fancy about it, but still a pleasant one. Different options given the time you have. The nomads camping in this area are very nice people. The only thing here is the weather. Seing the...More

1  Thank seb d
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