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Yang Tai Shan (Jin Shan)

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About Yang Tai Shan (Jin Shan):

YangTai Mountain was discovered for climbing in the early 1990s by the CMA. Peking University Mountaineering Assocation has developed a few routes in the area. The area is also known as Jin Shan, and is a great location for weekend trips. The climbing is slightly inconvenient, as it takes an hour or so to reach the cliffs. Though short (only one of the routes is longer than 10m), the area has at 6 or 7 established top-rope routes and probably a dozen more than have not yet been climbed.

Nearest town or city: Beijing
Directions: The area can be reached by public bus (#346 from the Summer Palace to BeiAnHe Beikou) or by taxi.

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Camping: Yes
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Quantity of Climbs: Week

Forum Discussions (1 posts)

  Subject Author Replies Last Post
With Replies Jin Shan pmagistro 3 May 03 2011, 12:34 PM