Most people traveling to Beijing must be hoping to experience the profound historical wonders of Beijing
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|Admission:||Free, but each visitor needs to buy a bag for 10 yuan, which will be used to take away your own rubbish. On your return, you will be given back 5 yuan.|
|Opening Hours:||All Day|
Haituo Mountain embraces three peaks, namely, the First, Second and Third Haituo. The mountaintop is nearly 10km long and 500m wide, with the narrowest place featuring gentle meadow that measures less than 100m in width. The terrain is precipitous on the south side. This scenic spot is often shrouded in white clouds and mists. In summer, brash often falls on the mountaintop with rainwater splashing in the air. Such wonder was known as “Flying Rain at Haituo” (or “Tun Qi Tu Xiu” in Chinese), which is one of eight scenes in Guichuan (Yanqing nowadays). Sunrise at Haituo Mountain is pretty splendid and bears an incomparable earthshaking force.
1. Take Express Bus No. 919 at Deshengmen Bus Station (morning: 5:50, evening: 19:00) or Bus No. 919 (Deshengmen Bus Station----Longqing Gorge) at Deshengmen Bus Station (morning 6:00, evening: 18:00) to the seat of Yanqing (about 90 minutes) and then get on a private car or van to the mountain.