I ask an odd question in Hostel, What else I can go to see than this Mountain. After I ask this two time, then I start to get answers.
I get village name and direction to the dirt road that should lead to the village on the mountain. The village name is 浙底. It is 1,5 h walking there and back.
First, they look unfriendly because they see a stranger, but when I swing my hand, shout “ni hao” (hello) and smile, they start to smile.
Most likely this my goofy hat makes me look weirder and they have a fun to look at me.
I show my camera and pointing views, they seem to understand that I take pictures.
Mount Sanqing (Sānqīng Shān) is a renowned Taoist sacred mountain located 40 kilometers north of Yushan County in Jiangxi Province, China. Sanqing means the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese as Mount Sanqing is made up of three main summits: Yujing, Yushui, and Yuhua, representing the Taoist trinity.
A temperature of 26 ° C is not bad for hiking, but this more than 90% humidity makes it difficult because when you sweat it does not evaporate from your skin and this makes you hotter.
Not so bad path as they said, just they do not want someone to hike here alone or because it is free(Cable car cost 55 RMB).
Some trees have fallen on the path and a few meters of the steps has fallen down the hill but is not too dangerous to hike.
I’m so lucky, these mountain hikes. Once again, when I choose a hike early in the morning (6 am), whether starts begins to clear and this may come a fantastic day.
After several steps, you will reach the Wind Gate, where you continue the stairs even higher.
This nice fog makes this walk fantastic and nobody else is here than me.
To get up in the high stone to see this what we want to see.