Hiking in China

paths-and-stairways-mount-sanqingshan-china-photo-by-johanna-read-traveleater-netIf you haven’t been to China, you might fall prey to the stereotype that the country is just huge traffic-filled, smog-ridden cities. You’d be wrong.

Some of the most spectacular hiking I’ve ever done has been in China, especially in Hunan, Jiangxi and Fujian provinces. I wrote about my favourite spots for an Australian fitness magazine, UrbanSweat:  Our pick of the best hikes in southeastern China.

More China stories on my China page.

Looking down from Mt. Wuyi’s Tian You Peak to the Nine Bend Stream. Photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.net.jpg

2 responses to “Hiking in China

  1. Thx for sharing.Great
    I planned to go China, but suspended by the coronavirus, so can only learn Chinese at home and took the live online lesson by communicating with native-Chinese teachers from eChineseLearning

    It seems good currently. Do you think this method of learning is realistic?


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