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Q: where can I go hiking in Shenzhen?

8 years 11 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Shenzhen

 
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Wutongshan is cool because it’s got a few different trails to choose from. The best in my opinion is maluan shan, the forest, waterfalls everything is gorgeous

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There is a hiking trail near Shekou. Near the grounded ship/ Fairly challenging for the elevation change but worth it if you can handle it. Nanshan (South Mountain) or something close to it.

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8 years 3 weeks ago
 
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u can take a taxi to wutong mountain, which is a good place to hike and the good protection of the mountain makes the place more mazing

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7 years 35 weeks ago

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Wutong mountain is great for hiking but be prepared for the crowd.

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Try joining the local chapter of the Hash House Harriers.  They normally go for a run/hike every week.  Its cheap and it includes all the cold beer you can drink.

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wink

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Phoenix Mountain. (a bit far from town)

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Nan shan.

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Wutong Mountain is the highest I guess....

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7 years 2 weeks ago

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There is a nice mountain near IKEA,  it's quiet and not far from the town, it's great for hiking.  Smile

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