A massive mountain range in the Anhui Province, the Huangshan are revered for their rugged, exceptional granite peaks and the sunsets and sunrises that may be relished from the dozens of viewing areas. With over 50km of foot trails, there is plenty to explore here, but the mountain for which the range is named (also known as Yellow Mountain) is the one made most popular by hikers. There are a few different areas accessible by cable car, but you'll want to foot it if you have the time, moving up elevation through gnarled pine trees until you are above a breathtaking sea of clouds.
One of the most exceptional trails takes you the 10 km through the Xihai Grand Canyon, a route that whisks you across a tiny pedestrian bridge that spans the breathtaking gap between two peaks called the Buxian Bridge. We've included a link to plenty of information on Huangshan that also includes suggested itineraries.