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- Over 20 hiking trails/tours
China is vast with varied landscapes. Its awesome landscapes and ancient culture keep attracting outdoor lovers to come and explore. From the hiking routes in Tibet at an altitude of over 4,000 meters, to easy walking tour in big cities, China offers a variety of hiking routes to suit walkers of all levels.
Top Hiking Destinations
China Hiking Destinations By Theme
Beautiful Natural Scenery
China is blessed with some wonderful landscapes. From the karst hills along the Li River to the Yangtze's deepest gorge in Lijiang, all the destinations listed below offer hikers picturesque scenery.
If you are interested in China's history and like hiking, you may consider one of the following places for a hiking trip. The imperial remnants and ancient temples combine with stunning scenery.
Coastlines and Seascapes
In Hong Kong and on Hainan Island there are many large coastal hiking areas. Such hikes offer warmth, pristine beaches, sea air, amazing views, relaxation and revitalization.
Shopping and Leisure
Walking, shopping and seeing sights and people on the way in China's big cities offer walkers a great opportunity to experience the real China first hand.
Most Popular China Hiking Routes
Li River Hiking, GuilinHike along one of China's most beautiful rivers and enjoy the karst landscape.
Tiger Leaping Gorge Hiking, LijiangHike the full length of the Yangtze's deepest gorge.
Great Wall Hiking, BeijingHike a substancial length of the Great Wall for a deeper impression of its magnitude, variety and use.
Xin'an River Hiking, HuangshanA truly beautiful route, with crystal-clear waters, ancient villages, bonsai trees, and mountains.
I updated this article on February 26, 2014
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