Huangshan (Yellow Mountain) is Eastern China’s most dreamlike mountain landscape, where delicate songshu pines cling to the vertiginous sides of soaring granite peaks. Its mist-swathed vistas are a recurring motif in Chinese art and literature, and, tamed by tens of thousands of stone steps (and a few cable cars), are accessible to anyone with a head for heights.
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