Hengshan Mountain in Hunan Province

I went to Hengshan last December to spend my birthday on top of a mountain. I already shared one photo on my Facebook Page, but now it’s time to take a look at some more pics!

For more information about the mountain you can find from TravelChinaGuide for example. The hotel on top of the mountain don’t seem to have a website, but the hostel near to the mountain does. I really recommend the OP Youth Hostel, clean rooms, heating, excellent service.

But now lets let the photos speak for them selves!

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12 thoughts on “Hengshan Mountain in Hunan Province

  1. You took some amazingly beautiful photos!

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    Sara Jaaksola Reply:

    I noticed that it was so much easier to take nice photos up on the mountain with snow and sunshine. But on the root of the mountain it was much harder. There’s so much to learn in photography!

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  7. Beautiful photos !
    I plan to go there in february, will there be snow ? I hope not, so we can go to the summit.

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    Sara Jaaksola Reply:

    Check the weather reports to be sure :) We got lucky that December when it started snowing the same day we got there.

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  8. Out of this world. I am a bit envious I visited only the Northern and Central part of China. Basically missed all the spots you have covered in your blog. But who knows one day I hope I will visit the Middle Kingdom again…

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    Sara Jaaksola Reply:

    There is so much to see in China, even one life time is not enough. I’m sure you will have a change to visit China again!

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