Weather: November is very cold, and the lows go below zero. It is snowy by the middle of the month. Beautiful fall foliage and low rainfall make it a good month to tour. The mountains and landscapes are dressed especially beautifully.
The average nightly low temperature is 1 °C (34 °F), and the average daily high temperature is 8 °C (46 °F). The three main 1,800m+ peaks are about one kilometer higher than the lower regions of the park and are generally about 6 °C (11 °F) colder.
It is sunny about five hours a day on average, and the UV index is moderate. The relative humidity is 73% on average.
An average rainfall of about 83 mm is recorded in November, and there is rain/snow about 10 days of the month. Yellow Mountains local weather forecast>>
The peaks' famed 'seas of clouds' are caused when warm moist air from the sea, blocked by the high peaks, convects up the slopes and cools.
Clothing: Have gloves, a warm coat, and dress in layers to adapt to changing conditions. Take along rain gear too.
Hiking: You'll see the pinkish grey peaks decorated with red, yellow, verdant green, and perhaps white caps during a hike up in November. Fit hikers take three or four hours to reach the top. Hikers should see our 4-Day Hiking Tour Package.
Tachuan is a small village at the foot of the Yellow Mountains famed for the beautiful colors in the countryside in November.
Hong Village, only 2 km or 1 mile away from Tachuan, is a village of 1,500 residents with winding cobblestone roads. It is considered a "must see" by many. It is especially beautiful when the leaves get their fall foliage. It is World Heritage listed.
There is less crowding than in the warmer months, but to avoid the weekend crowds, don't tour on Friday and Saturday.