A knife-edged ridge connecting the North Peak and the other peaks, Blue Dragon Ridge is a punishing step-master of 530 stone steps. Each step is harder than the last, and the steep inclines are littered with the wea…
At the end of your slog, sit down for some restorative caffeine and watch the sun going down through the panoramic windows at this comfy cafe by the North Peak Hotel.
This large Taoist temple awaits climbers taking the 6km walk from Huá Shān village to the North Peak and lies just before the ticket office.
Literally meaning Assembled Immortals Terrace, this viewpoint looks out onto incredible views not far from North Peak.
The name of this pavilion on the flank of East Peak translates to 'Chess Playing Pavilion' and enjoys glorious views.
Small (three sq metres) natural pool of water at one of the highest points of the mountain, near the South Peak.
Translated to the Group of Immortals Temple, this is one of the many Taoist shrines dotting the mountain.
One of several pavilions on the mountain.