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Zhejiang, China

9 Mar.【Little Kyoto】1-Day Jingshan Trail Spring Hiking

As one of our most favorite hiking routes, this stunning 10km mountain trail is filled with lush bamboo seas, flaming red maples, wild waterfalls, crystal lakes and streams.

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9 Mar.【Little Kyoto】1-Day Jingshan Trail Spring Hiking
9 Mar.【Little Kyoto】1-Day Jingshan Trail Spring Hiking

Time & Location

Mar 09, 2024, 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Zhejiang, China

About the event

Detail Destination: Jingshan Trail, Zhejiang 

Date: Mar. 9th, Saturday, 2024 

Price: 380rmb 

Group size: 10-40 people 

Meet up: 7:30am, at 1788, West Nanjing Road, Jing'an 

Hiking Difficulty Rating:★★☆☆☆ 

Moderately Strenuous-Suitable for all physically fit people (around 10 kilometers). Please take suitable hiking poles and gloves. Pets-Friendly (Extra 50rmb for one dog) *It is important to note that pets are not allowed to enter the interior of Jingshan Temple. You can leave your pet with the tour leader at the entrance of the temple and then explore the temple on your own.


· 7:30am: Meet up in Jing'an, Shanghai 🙋‍♂️ 

· 8:00-12:00: Drive to Jingshan Trail *3.5-4h 🚌 

· 12:00-13:00: Let's start hiking! About 1 hour into the mountain, let's find a nice spot to have lunch together. *don't forget to bring your own lunch 🥪🍔 

· 13:00-17:00: Continue hiking in beautiful nature. It is a 10km loop route that cost around 4-5 hours to finish. You'll see lots of waterfalls, bamboo seas, wild flowers, red maple trees, lakes and streams along the way, and reach the Jingshan Temple at dusk to capture the pink sunset glow. 

· 17:00-21:00: After the super fun day hiking, let's drive back downtown *3.5-4h

What's included in the price:

 · tour bus to and from Shanghai 

· english speaking tour leader 

· local hiking guide 

· all entrance fee and activities listed in the itinerary 

· water, first-aid kit 

· travel insurance

What's not included in the price: 

· lunch 

· your other own expenses

What to Pack

  1. Quick-drying outdoor clothing, comfortable anti-slip hiking shoes, trekking poles, hiking backpack, shades, a sun hat or,etc.
  2. Picnic lunch. 
  3. High energy snacks such as chocolate and mixed nuts. 
  4.  ID card / Passport; some emergency cash 
  5. Waterbottle, wipes, hand sanitizer, travel medicine, etc.

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