Wutai Shan

Wutai Shan is one of China's four mountains that are sacred to Buddhists. It has five peaks (northern, southern, eastern, western and central) of which the northern is the highest one (3058 meters/3061 according to some maps) called Beitai Ding or Yedou Feng. It is also the highest peak of North China. Wutai Shan is a nature reserve centred on the beautiful monastic village of Taihuai. All five peaks are accessable throughout the year, though there are practically no climbers from september to april. No special climbing abilities are required to ascend the peaks of Wutai Shan.

Elevation (feet): 10,033
Elevation (meters): 3,058
Continent: Asia
Country: China
Range/Region: North Central China
Latitude:  
Longitude: 113.417
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: May, Jun, Jul, Aug
Nearest major airport: Taiyuan
Convenient Center: Taihuai

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