China (Huangshan National Park 1) - Steve

Huangshan is a mountain range located in the eastern part of China in the province of Anhui, covering an area of 154 km2. Much of the mountain's reputation stems from its importance in Chinese fine art and literature. It is characterized by sharp points of rock massifs, which were formed by glaciers. The rocks are overgrown with deformed Huangshan pines. They are tenacious trees, growing from rock cracks and living for over a hundred years. Mountain tops often offer a view of the clouds from above. Beautiful sunrises over Huangshan are also known. Hot healing springs spring up at the foot of the mountains. There are more than 50 km of trails in the mountains, which allow visitors access to many picturesque areas. They also include stone steps, carved directly into the rocks. Hotels and restaurants on the mountain tops are stocked with carriers. In 1990, Huangshan was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in China.

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