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Dagu Glacier

Sanda Ancient Village, Luhua Town, Heishui County 623500, China
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The real forgotten shangri La

The difference between the rest of the mountain I would personally feel is that this place less... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2017
yoshikimaster
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Singapore, Singapore
An attraction that is still in its early growth.

Nice and quiet not many tourists. Take precautions to avoid altitude sickness. For the first part... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2017
XcorpioDC
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3 Jun 2017
“The real forgotten shangri La”
18 Mar 2017
“An attraction that is still in its early growth.”
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Sanda Ancient Village, Luhua Town, Heishui County 623500, China

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Reviewed 4 June 2017

The difference between the rest of the mountain I would personally feel is that this place less crowded and you can really feel the pre historical feel of untouch nature. It's not commercialized and it will be a crown jewel of mountains if it gets...More

Thank yoshikimaster
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Nice and quiet not many tourists. Take precautions to avoid altitude sickness. For the first part, you'll be transported by minibus up the mountain, with a few scenic spots to stop by briefly and take your pictures. The bus will reach the midway point over...More

Thank XcorpioDC
Reviewed 17 November 2016

This region is next to the famous Jiuzhaigou. Of course if you have not been to Jiuzhaigou yet, it is the first choice. The Heishui is similar but less commercialised and less crowded. Hotels are clean, simple and really cheap (range 100-150 RMB). Some farmers...More

Thank Peter L
Reviewed 6 November 2016

stunning snow mountain. the view look like swiss alps and some mountain are quite close. that is so beautiful and good for taking picture but it has 4xxxm also long stairs. so tired for climb back coffee shop

Thank iamface
Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

Beautiful location in Oct time frame. Yellow & Red leaves on the mountain slope and cable car ride to the 4680m peak is supper. Really cold up there when in snow.... 1 world ..... Beautiful.

Thank Tk N
Reviewed 28 June 2015 via mobile

It is a short drive from the Heishui County of about 10min. The place is very tourist friendly with proper english translations on signage as well. There is a van bringing tourists up the mountain. Throughout the journey of about an hour drive up, we...More

6  Thank Calleryana
Reviewed 2 November 2014

We took the cable car to/from the Glacier.. It was cold and the whole place was covered with snow. There was a round platform as lookout point. Due to the snow, we hardly could make out where the glacier was One TV station was having...More

Thank ZhaoXiuMei
Reviewed 16 October 2014

Jiu Zai Gou was amazing, but the views here is a notch higher. Blanketed with thick snow in April. Even had a chance to see a Tibetian village and have tea there. I do not know how without a tour can you get here, felt...More

3  Thank cushydumpling
Reviewed 13 September 2012

We went there on the way back from Huanglong/Jiuzhaiguo to Chengdu. The road to reach the Heishui, or the town where the hotels are, is a bit scary, rockfall from steep hillsides is waiting to happen, but we made it with no problem. We stayed...More

4  Thank afwidjaja
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