Taihangshan Daxiagu

Taihangshan Daxiagu anmeldelser, Changzhi

Taihangshan Daxiagu
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Fjell • Severdigheter og landemerker • Dype kløfter • Skoger
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jul. 2021 • Familie
夏日出行纳凉首选,从进入景区开始就在俩山之间的缝隙中驱车前行,高耸的峭壁让人抬头只能看到一条蓝色的天空,景区很大建议预备3天左右的行程,登山涉水穿行于大山之间,好不惬意,泛舟群山之间自有一番风味
Skrevet 10. desember 2021
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aug. 2018 • Familie
景美价优,8月自驾太行大峡谷,首日黑龙潭大峡谷,当日徒步情人谷,夜宿红豆峡农家客站,早上穿峡登山,绝壁奇瀑一路美景,下午北线穿越千米太行山山底,万仞悬梯下降谷底,报名山西卫视大冲关,介议买三峡套票二到三日游为佳
Skrevet 31. august 2018
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jun. 2016 • Venner
大峡谷是长治必须去的一个地方,自然风光令人称赞,尤其是红豆峡。
这里有点小三峡的感觉,而且游人少,可以坐着船游荡在峡谷见,仓山绿树,大气磅礴,非常值得推荐。
Skrevet 24. april 2017
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Bearie241
Singapore, Singapore132 bidrag
mar. 2017 • Alene
Nice place to visit after going to the glass bridge. Nice leisure walk after going to the glass bridge. Do note as big cameras are not allowed to be on the glass bridge, you might have problems if you only have a big camera / DSLR. Lockers are at the opposite entrance to this place from the glass bridge.
Skrevet 30. mars 2017
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aug. 2016 • Venner
恰逢雨季井底村的洞都开始流水,非常壮观,往过走上高速可以到,太行山大峡谷有好多景点,比如红豆峡, 红豆杉 等等等等好多景点
Skrevet 16. august 2016
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mai 2015 • Venner
在长治,有一个地方,一定要去,那就是太行山大峡谷。由于路程距离长治市去有点远,建议与朋友拼车前往,6人的话大概一人100元就能一天往返。去太行山大峡谷饱览藏于深山幽谷之中原始村落的那种雄浑古朴与清幽雅致吧。大峡谷的景观与大气磅礴的自然景观交相辉映,实在是令人叹为观止!太行山大峡谷包括青龙峡、红豆峡、黑龙峡、紫团山等景区。原先是一个景区一个门票,现在是通票,个人觉得这样设置很不合理,门票贵了但又去不了所有的景点,因为要耗费很多时间并且风景差异不大。回到通票这个问题上了来,通票的话,可以去好几个景点门票上就划算点,但是一天就玩不下来了,需要在那边住宿一晚,景区的住宿稍微有点贵,而且大峡谷各景点景致相差不大,所以建议选择一道两个精华的游览就好,红豆峡和青龙峡景致最好。
Skrevet 15. april 2016
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mai 2015
景色优美,山势宏伟不虚此行!一家人去的,伟山清水秀气势宏伟,空气清新让人有一种耳目一新的感觉。不虚此行值得一游,有机会还会再去。
Skrevet 16. mars 2016
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David C
Bexhill-on-Sea, UK219 bidrag
mai 2015 • Venner
After a reasonable night’s sleep, at an hotel in Changzhi, we got up at 6.30 to have breakfast at 7.00 am. This consisted of rice soup, boiled eggs and a choice of various fried vegetables. The photograph in the lift, advertising breakfast, showed coffee, toast jam and butter and croissants, but none of these were in evidence. There was a coffee machine, but it only provided a mix of coffee, powdered milk and sugar, which you couldn’t change, so I didn’t drink it. I’d brought some bran from UK with me, for digestion purposes and added a spoonful to my bowl of rice soup, which is otherwise rather plain, with not even any salt added. We also had a banana each, which we’d bought from a vendor outside the hotel last night. There was some sliced bread, but the kind that tastes like cake.

Our 2 hosts from last night, Chai Li Feng and her husband, came to collect us at 7.30 am to drive into the mountain area, to visit a ‘famous’ landmark, the Qinlong Chan Canyon, plus Qin Long Xia, waterfalls. During a stop, our driver took the trouble to spit into an ornamental cement litter bin, shaped like a mushroom, rather than spit into the wasteland nearby, which I couldn’t quite understand. He also spat out of the car window a few times during the car journey and I was tempted to get Ling to explain the joke of ‘Get out and walk’ phrase when spitting. But it got too complicated, so I didn’t bother.

It was about a 2 hour drive into the mountain area and a bit like the Lake District mixed with the Cheddar Gorge only larger. We seemed to be going downhill for about half an hour and maybe 10 kilometres, through winding roads, hairpin bends etc, with high mountains looming above us. We had to stop and ask directions a couple of times, so I suspect even the local hosts hadn’t been here before themselves.
We came at last to a large car park, surrounded by amazingly shaped mountains and were glad of a toilet area, which you could smell about 50 yards away, but because it was early, they were relatively clean. It was the usual hole in the floor kind, so I was glad to have attended to this routine before leaving the hotel, as it’s always a constant worry about finding a ‘sit down’ toilet. Some country people still haven’t worked out how to use them and even stand on top of the seat when using the facilities and don’t bother about how their aim will affect futures users.

At the foot of the mountain walk, we stopped to visit a local stall, where 2 guys were using large wooden mallets, like the kind they use in fairgrounds to hit the gong at the top of a pole. They were pounding something in a barrel, which had a section set about 9 inches from the top and were pounding a mixture of sesame seeds, pine kernels and other small nuts, mixed with a little honey, into a sort of hard cake, which was then being sold at the stall nearby. They let Wang Li have a go at using a mallet, which the crowd enjoyed and took photos. We don’t usually bother buying stuff at these stalls, but after a trying a piece of the cake, rather like wholemeal bars you can buy in UK, it proved delicious, so we bought 2 bags weighing about half a kilo each for a total of 50 yuan (£5) We distributed one bag amongst our party and kept the other bag to ourselves, to consume along the way, as there probably wouldn’t be anywhere to get something to eat and we didn’t know how long we’d be walking up the mountain path. We also had a bottle of water each and there were a few stalls along the way, selling cold tea, water and cheap souvenirs, which no-one bothered with.

It was a very pleasant walk, up a gentle slope with great views and rivers running alongside the cement path, which was also used by cars. After about an hour, we came to the end of the path where we had a discussion about where to go next. One way, was back the way we had come and the other was to climb some steps, to get to the top of the mountain and go back along that way. I decided to return the easy way, with Ling, Dr Deng, another lady, with her daughter and Su Bin’s girlfriend. The rest, headed by Su Bin, Wang Li, Li Cheng and Li Gong, mainly guys and maybe a couple of ladies went with them, I can’t remember which.

We got back an hour later, stopping along the way, to visit a toilet and then a spectacular waterfall, with some high metal steps leading up the mountain, leading to another waterfall, but I didn’t bother going up there and stayed behind with Ling in the shade of a Tingzi, or small pavilion, with a stone table and 4 seats. Dr Deng noticed some fresh water was seeping out of the rocks and said we could drink it, so we tried it and filled our bottles. I made a joke about Su Bin walking above us at the top of the mountain and maybe stopping for a pee, which might get absorbed into the same rocks, which they all laughed at and told him later. However, I guess it takes several years for rain water (and other liquids) to penetrate and filter through the rock formations.

Then we reached the car park again and had to wait about 45 minutes for the others to join us. We went into a small shop and asked for sugar free coke, but the owner said he didn’t have any, although, again, we found a few bottles of Zero coke, which are in fact sugar free. I paid 5 yuan for a bottle and he provided 4 small stools for us to sit in the shade while we waited. I also bought another kilo of the pounded cake stuff to take back with us and a few others also bought some, after trying our free samples.

The others got back to us at about 12.30 and after we had hung around for about half an hour, I don’t know why, Chai Li Feng said she would take us for lunch somewhere nearby, although it was about a 20 minute drive. We stopped at a police station and she got a police guy to join us and take us to a small village, miles from anywhere, to a sort of courtyard area, where they had a restaurant. I’m not sure what the arrangement was, but I think it was a free meal for all 12 of us, courtesy of the police connection. I felt a bit sorry for the restaurant people, because they served us excellent food, the best I’ve had. It all came very quickly, as we sat ourselves at 2 tables. First there was a plate of scrambled egg, mixed with herbs and spinach. Then a lovely salad of red cabbage, lettuce and sliced red onion, dark brown but almost crunchy mushrooms and , with vinegar dressing, followed by fried prawns in batter and then whitebait. There was a large bowl of soup, also delicious and fried rice and a plate of roasted peanuts in a balsamic vinegar sauce..
We all made sure we used the toilet before leaving, as we were all drinking a lot of water because of the heat and didn’t know where we would stop next.
Then we were driven to another mountain and waterfall region, called Qinglong Xia. It was pretty hot by then, at 2.00 pm, but we started the walk through some pleasant gardens, until it became a bit more complicated as we crossed some stepping stones across a lake, full of tadpoles, while half of our party took a mountain path alongside us. We caught glimpses of them from time to time, but after half an hour became separated altogether.
We’d been told to make for an electric car stop, higher up the mountain, from where we could be driven to the top, but we kept on walking upwards without being sure if we were going in the right direction. We asked a few people along the way and they seemed to think we were going the right way. We were passed by some other groups and a couple of people asked to have their photographs taken with me, as it was unusual to find a Westerner there and I jokingly replied it would cost them 25 yuan, but they just laughed-not sure if they understood my Chinese.
Finally, we came to a lake, being fed by a pretty waterfall, with a part where you could walk behind it, (as in the Lorna Doone novel) but we took a few photos and pressed on upwards. Higher up some steps, we arrive sweating and out of breath at a large cave, with 2 electric cars parked inside. Dr Deng went to book tickets for 12 of us and we waited in a Tingzi for the others. Apparently we’d got there ahead of them, I don’t know, but guess they must have stopped a lot of times to take pictures. It was getting late when they caught up with us, so we took the electric car down the mountain, instead, back to the car park. It didn’t go all the way, but we were dropped off at a viewpoint, with a fantastic view of the valley below and a large pagoda perched on the opposite mountain, apparently only reached by metal steps, zig zagging up the mountain.
It was an enjoyable afternoon, but I feel that if we had this kind of place in the UK, there would be more tea rooms or cafes along the way, rather than just a couple of carts selling cold tea or water.
Skrevet 22. januar 2016
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