The path forward on our hike of Huangshan or “Yellow Mountain“, a mountain range in southern Eastern China. The mountains themselves were carved by glaciers 100 million years ago and the area is well known for its scenery and peculiarly shaped granite peaks. Huangshan is a frequent subject of traditional Chinese paintings and literature, as well as modern photography and was definitely one of my highlights while touring through China. This was also the hardest and most challenging part of my holiday but very rewarding!!
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