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Mt. Siguniang Nature Reserve

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Within Xiaojin County, Xiaojin County 624200, China
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MT Siguniang (四姑娘山)

A good place for visiting & trekking! Easy to go from chengdu to this place , we visited at mid... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2017
I love Travel K
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Haizi Valley

So you will have plenty of options in this valley. Haizi valley is one of the three valleys/parks... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2017
Chengdu, China
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Within Xiaojin County, Xiaojin County 624200, China
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Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

A good place for visiting & trekking! Easy to go from chengdu to this place , we visited at mid April , we called to hostel then they arranged car to pick up, one person about RMB200, it cheap, may share a car with others...More

Thank I love Travel K
Reviewed 5 January 2017

So you will have plenty of options in this valley. Haizi valley is one of the three valleys/parks at Mount Siguniang. You can do a 2-3 hour hiking in the park just to the mountain ridge to see the great views of Mount Siguniang itself....More

2  Thank AlexTung
Reviewed 10 April 2016

It took 6 hours by bus to reach Siguniangshan from Chádiànzi long distance bus station in Chengdu. The journey there was very enjoyable as it goes over a 4200 metre mountain pass with fantastic views. Siguniangshan has three main valleys all within easy reach from...More

3  Thank Darron G
Reviewed 30 October 2015

The area is truly amazing with stunning views of snow mountains, glaciers, and to some extent untouched nature. Unfortunately the park administration has made it mandatory for multi-day hikes to hire a guide. The guides are mainly locals, who are used to haul tourists with...More

4  Thank 141matthiasp
Reviewed 24 June 2015

Siguniang park has three main tourist walks and opportunities to trek deeper into the mountains and some basic mountaineering courses. The three gates provide three different experiences, Changping and Haizugo are reached from Rilong town, being the deep valley, Changping, and the ridge above, Haizugo....More

2  Thank Hazzz M
Reviewed 1 April 2015

At the time i visit, the place still can named " 日隆" under its Tibet culture, the village is still quite and calm, the mountains are brillant that many floral and animals species i never see. But it will change to commercial very soon, go...More

1  Thank MaggieW_hk
Reviewed 2 January 2014

I've personally traveled to some big mountains in western part of Sichuan. Peaks at Mount Siguanniang are amazingly more beautiful than I thought. It is basically three valleys stretching north from the small town Rilong, a place used as a supply and overnight stop for...More

4  Thank AlexTung
Reviewed 23 September 2013 via mobile

Beautiful mountains and beautiful scenery! Our favorite place in china! You really get to experience the nature of china! We took a trip with a Chinese group from Chengdu and the entire ride we were looking out the window and saw such beautiful sites, greenery,...More

1  Thank Theamirs
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