Huashan Inn

Address: No.2 Yuquan East Road, Huayin, Shaanxi, 714200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.2 Yuquan East Road, Huayin.
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    Mount Huashan

    A travel blog entry by msbell on Mar 23, 2015

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    Today we had nine teachers from our Xi'an school with us on the hike, so we got to know a few more of the staff. All the teachers we've met are English teachers and their English language skills are very good. They seem to appreciate the opportunity to practice speaking and have a lot of patience for all of us who don't speak even a small fraction of Mandarin. We're learning, though, very slowly. Beyond language, we're also learning about their schools, their families ...

    Hua Shan

    A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 15, 2014

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    Two Tuesdays, two holy mountains! Only I took the cable car on this one, and it was more beautiful too. Hua Shan is about two hours east of Xi'an and is a holy Taoist mountain. It's pretty striking, with many peaks and sheer granite. Hermits used to make their 'homes' there, but nowadays has some Taoist sites and tourists traps. We shelled out for the western cable car, which was relatively expensive, but the view was incredible, and the time saved was worth it ...

    Hua Shan!

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 18, 2014

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    ... of the two dangerous harnessed paths of Hua Shan. This one led out to a completely secluded and wonderful chess playing pavilion which was totally worth the mildly scary bit of climbing backwards down a cliff blindly finding carved footholds. After that I headed to the South Peak where the plank path is. The plank path was a mob scene (the part I would find scariest—climbing backwards down another ...

    Mount Huashan

    A travel blog entry by chloecd on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... didn’t look particularly well-constructed and the old ones have been there for decades!

    Not far after the steps began, we sat to have lunch. As we were sitting one of the water boys set down his load and sang for us. We weren’t really too sure what to do, we offered him some of our food which he rejected, and then he left before we could give him any money. I’m sure if we had been in the right frame of mind we could have enjoyed his singing, but we were tired ...

    Taoist Mountain #1 - Hua Shan

    A travel blog entry by yyztrvlr on Aug 07, 2009

    34 photos

    ... either side of the Green Dragon’s Ridge was empty space. If you slipped off here it was a long drop to solid ground. The crowed moved up the stairs at an uneven rate. Traffic jams were common as people stopped constantly to take assorted family combination photos in the middle of the steps. Others suddenly realised the precarious nature of their current position and came to a complete mind numbing phobic stop. Fear grabbed hold and their feet stopped as their hands clenched ...