Key information: Jiuhuashan
- Beautiful mountain range in central China (Anhui province), one of China's four sacred Buddhist mountains.
- Walk along ancient trails through ravishing scenery peaks and cliffs, waterfalls and beautiful, varied forest dotted with Buddhist sites and strange natural formations.
- Walk with pilgrims on a wide selection of trails between ancient temples, monasteries and sites.
- This walk is in mountains, which have a particularly wet climate, and fog and mist are common. Come prepared.
- Walkopedia rating85
- Natural interest14
- Human interest14
- Negative points4
- Total rating85
- Note: Negs: popularity; likely wet, cloudy or foggy weather.
- Length: Variable
- Maximum Altitude: 1,342m
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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