Huashen Hotel

Address: No.114-4 Hunjiang Street, Baishan, Jilin, 134300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.114-4 Hunjiang Street, Baishan.
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    Travel Blogs from Baishan

    Climbing highest mountain and secret camps

    A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen on Sep 18, 2014

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    Another brilliant day hiking and site seeing.

    We took a 90 minute internal flight to Mt Paekdu, (2750m) the highest mountain in Korea, on a Russian built propeller plane. We drove to the parking lot where we hiked up Mt Paekdu, some went straight up but I went up the road, longer but gentler incline a few got a lift up by the bus. I reached the top just as others were starting the decent. From the top there was magnificent views of Lake Chon the world's ...

    Blowing Snow

    A travel blog entry by nonlinear on Mar 09, 2014

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    ... snowmobiles from going to the top. Which for me was the whole point. But I figured that I was there so I might as well try the mid-mountain trails. But after a few "runs" I determined that there is no foreseeable reason for any serious skier to go the to mid-mountain.

    Skiing down is like riding on a cat track. The whole way. The so called "trails" are pretty much the same roads that the snowmobiles use to take you up. Flat and boring. I did try ...

    Package Deal

    A travel blog entry by nonlinear on Mar 07, 2014

    Every year millions of people ski for the first time in China. It is a rapidly growing industry. But most of the resorts here are not worth first, let alone a second look. At least that's what my take has been. And it just so happens the place that seemed to have the best mountain for skiing, Changbaishan, just had a massive international ski resort built there. Now I say there, but what I mean is near there at another much smaller ...

    October Holiday: Getting there

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... is not turned on until a specific date. So it wasn’t quite the cosy comfortable room I planned to spent part of my trip huddled up in. But it was cheap and available, so I paid my $30 a night plus $6 a night for the dorm and figured I’d just spent the money I saved on hot drinks and sightseeing.

    Then I went to my room, ait my leftover subway sandwich from the airport, watched tv on my laptop and pretended I wasn't in China. Not a bad start to my ...

    The Main Attraction! Heaven Lake

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Sep 30, 2013

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    I booked my trip to the North side of Changbaishan mountain through the hostel. For 10 quai they served a Korean and Chinese style breakfast of rice porridge, hard boiled eggs, plain steam buns, kimchi, tofu, and a chickpeas and vegetables dish. Then we loaded into a shuttle bus to head to the park entrance. The way was through a beautiful forest, where the leaves were changing colour so I caught glimpses of red, orange and ...

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