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Huanglong Scenic Valley

#1 of 18 things to do in Songpan County Features Animals
Pingsong Street, Songpan County 623300, China
+86 837 724 9196
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Valley of Huang Long, meaning "Yellow Dragon", has snow mountains, a large cave, Huanglong colorful lakes, as well as endangered animals, including the giant panda.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good33%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“high altitude” (30 reviews)
“dry season” (12 reviews)
“cable car” (95 reviews)
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Pingsong Street, Songpan County 623300, China
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I visited the valley in the middle of May, my fault for sure. Unfortunately it's still dried up, hardly any water in the rivers and lakes. It kind of makes you sadder because you get a glimpse of how it could look like in it's...More

1  Thank GJakab
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went to Huanglong in early May, and it was not so spectacular. It was the dry season, few ponds, no waterfalls, no reduced ticket price. But the taxi to Jiuzhaiguo made the experience for us, snow-capped mountains, yaks, gold plated temples, furry horses. We...More

Thank Gerald W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was in Huanglong with a group of seniors in their 60's to late 70's and am very proud of them for conquering Huanglong. I think staying a couple of nights in Jiuzaigou and a night in Huanglong before the climb was helpful for them...More

1  Thank SMCMnl
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

This is a high altitude (average 3,500m ) nature attraction with mountain ridges and snow capped peaks, deep valleys, rivers and waterfalls and ponds and lakes .One could readily imagine a celestial golden dragon wading in water .We visited in early May and one day...More

Thank CKY281
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Nice Park, fresh air and well maintained. A lot of beautiful sites. You have to walk from point to point, no public transportation. Trails are on wooden platforms (easy). The drawback is, this place is not for everyone. The tour agency that I booked from...More

2  Thank Jim S
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

I think this park has lots of potential when there's water everywhere. But in April, there's only water at the top and the rest of the park on the way down is kind of uninteresting and depressing, probably not worth the steep entrance and transportation...More

Thank Gluesniffer
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

Panicked at first when ticket office was shut but as I walked up to the gates a couple appeared and charged me 60rmb for a ticket. The sun was shining and other than meeting 2 men in the first 10 mins I had the valley...More

1  Thank AgY84
Reviewed 23 January 2017

This is one of the best park in Sichuan. Some prefers this park more than Jiuzhaigou. It is big and the main attraction is on a slope. Most tours let you off at the base and the nearest scenic is close to the car park....More

Thank JohnWong56
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Huanglong was absolutely beautiful, and well worth the visit. My friends and I stayed at the Zuigaoyuan Inn (highly recommended - it didn't come up on TripAdvisor for me to write a review, but the concierge were extremely helpful and friendly), who arranged for a...More

1  Thank Ayushka N
Reviewed 7 January 2017

40 miles northeast od Songpan, less than 10,000 fts above sea level, during snow season will be shot down. If you have limited time you can visit JiuZhai Gou instead here!

Thank Raimund C
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MVM81
Hi guys- just wondering how everyone got here- flight, train car etc. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks
22 December 2016|
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Response from chinapolarbear | Reviewed this property |
You can rent private cars, which can give you more leisure with your times, because if you take the public buses, you are timebound, which means you will be rushed. If you are not a hiker like me, this is not the best... More
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SandyAmanda
How much does a can of O2 cost? Does anyone have a photo? How many do we need?
7 August 2016|
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Response from ghkulkarni | Reviewed this property |
Unless you have known problem for altitude you should not worry. The cost of O2 can varies from RMB60 to 120. Also they have Oxigen bars at few places in Huanglong, cost of which is also not very high.
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SandyAmanda
Would you recommend renting a car? How cold is the park in September? Does anyone know the park/ gondola cost in US dollars? Are they open every day? Are the formations hot springs? Are there pandas or monkeys? Thank you.
7 August 2016|
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Response from hiroakit742 | Reviewed this property |
Thank you for a question for my note. Temperature of August is 13 degrees Celsius. September will become colder. Jiu Zhai Gou opens everyday and makes a round trip of it by bus. It is 310 yuan for admission and the bus... More
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