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Surreal HuaShanNever thought I would come to a place look just like a traditional Chinese ShanShui mountain and water painting especially in this fast urbanizing China and in such a touristy spot Huashan is indeed magicalOnly one and a half hours by train from Xian the ancient capital Huashan is the most beautiful mountain in China I was told by many mainland travellers Though I had less than 2 days in Xian I decided to climb Huashan in a get-the-most-of-it way starting from the middle of the night hoping to see the sunriseIt was a moonless night at 1 am me and my friend were probably the last to enter the park for the midnight ascent I saw a few bright stars so high in the sky then I realize theyre actually lamps along the path in one of the peaks Jesus thats high The last one third of the climb was almost vertical steps craved out of stones were narrower than the width of my feet and in this time of the year late Nov steps became icy and slippery you just got to hold on so tight to the icy cold metal chainsAfter a strenuous 5 hours climb a pretty good record then we arrived the snow capped East Peak where everyone were there to expect the sunrise But there were on sunrise not even some attractive color cause its snowing Some people including my friend couldnt stand the exhaustion and the -8C coldness they descend with achievement of climbing up to 2100m as well as disappointment I went to the other peaks like I planned From here with day light slowly brightening up the most dramatic mountain scenery one after another unveil in front of my eyesThe most jaw dropping must be Xiaqi Chess Pavilion on the tip of a cone shape big rock attached to the mountain there built a tiny pavilion lightly blanketed by snow and pine trees are skirting
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