Detailed Introduction of Mount Siguniang of its attractions and activities. Included are Haizi Valley, Changping Valley, Shuangqiao Valley and Dafeng Summit. Find useful travel guide and information about Mt. Siguniang in details.
Highest mountain of Siguniang Massif, 6250 meters. Youngest of the four sisters, symbol of Mount Siguniang. Visible from Haizi Valley, Changping Valley and the way to Rilong.
A perfect day hike from Rilong to see west face of Mt. Siguniang and the pointy Pomiu Feng. Boardwalk available for 4 km, one-way-in and one-way-out, elevation at 3400m and horse-riding available.
A 5025 meters’ mountain that you can walk to the summit, the oldest sister of the 4 sisters of Mount Siguniang. Splendid views from its summit and a hard/multi-day walking from Rilong.
Bus available for visit, westernmost park of the three parks. Visiting hour is within 5 and it is a family/senior travelers-friendly place for visit in Mount Siguniang.
Detailed information of Hiking in Mount Siguniang including transfer, planning, maps, hiking season, recommended itineraries, food and accommodations, camping and hiring porters, etc.
Shuangqiao Valley of Mount Siguniang is the best place to do ice-climbing in China. Every winter it has many good icefalls formed up. Your climb can be either fully-supported or self-supported.
Haizi Valley is one of the three valleys of Mt. Siguniang and the entrance of Dafeng and Erfeng Trek. It is 19km long and has over a dozen of lakes at high altitude including Dahaizi Lake, Huahaizi Lake, Fuhai Lake, Baihai Lake, Lanhai Lake, Huanghai Lake, etc.
Pomiu is the pyramid-like granite peak in Changping Valley west to Yaomei Peak in Mount Siguniang. Its unique appearance has attracted many climbers to attempt. It is a 4-season mountain to climb and one of the most beautiful ones.