Photo of the week: Thousands of Golden Locks at mount Huashan

This Golden Locks are locked to the iron chain at mountain Huashan, by visitors who pray for the health and safety of their families.

There are thousands of them along the trails leading to the peak of the mountains.

Situated just 120 kilometers East of Xi’an City, in Shaanxi province, Huashan (华山) is one of China’s five sacred mountains and one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. It’s appreciated for the beautiful natural scenery and the ancient Taoist temples, but Huashan is most famous for the dangerous hiking trail to the summit.

Thousands of Golden Locks at Huashan mountain

Thousands of Golden Locks at Huashan mountain

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9 Responses to Photo of the week: Thousands of Golden Locks at mount Huashan

  1. Cool! Did you actually hike up it? I spent four months in China and regret not seeing more of the country.

    • Hi Jessica!

      Yes we did hike up this mountains.
      This was amazing experience. More about it in our future posts. :)
      Next time when you will be in China, don’t skip the Huashan mountain.

  2. What an incredible shot! I never even heard of this place before; there are many gems to discover in China.

    • Hi Samuel!
      We are glad you liked the photo.
      We have many wonderful shots and stories from our adventures, and
      we will be happy to share them with you.
      And yes, you are right, China is a huge country with large variety of
      wonders to explore.

      Thank you.

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  4. Me and a few friends hiked there last year. Scary but such an amazing experience. I definitely want to go back.

    • Hi Mike,

      Yes this is indeed an amazing place. One of a kind.
      The only pity was that you cannot explore other areas besides the
      paved trails and stairs.
      But we still enjoyed our stay there very much.

  5. Lovely photos, guys!
    If you like photography, we’d like to invite you to participate in the next edition of our popular Travel Photography Competition. Here are the details:
    Happy travels!

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