China’s Avatar Mountains

Floating on Air Upon a Cliff Side Glass Walkway

Explore the celestial landscape of Wulingyuan Scenic Area, where a forest of natural stone skyscrapers forms an ancient cityscape. This UNESCO World Heritage Site’s biggest draw is Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, home to the towering sandstone pillars that inspired the mythical world of Pandora in James Cameron’s Avatar. On a cloudy day, these pillars appear to be floating in the sky. South of Wulingyuan lies Tianmen (“Heaven’s Gate”) Mountain, where a gravity-defying glass walkway will make you feel as if you are walking in the sky. China’s Avatar mountains are truly a magical sight to behold.

Day 1: Arrive Zhangjiajie Day 2: Follow along Golden Whip Stream past Sand Sword Gully, Purple Grass Pool, and Meeting Across a Thousand Miles ŸŸ• Soak in the astounding views at Yellow Stone Village Day 3: Visit Tianzi (“Son of Heaven”) Mountain, famous for its leafy alpine trees ŸŸ•Ÿ Take a shuttle bus to Yuanjiajie, a naturally formed platform mountain ŸŸŸ• Admire the First Bridge of the World, a natural rock bridge formed by the elements ŸŸ•Ÿ Stand in awe in front of the defiant Southern Sky Column, officially renamed “Avatar Hallelujah Mountain” ŸŸ•Ÿ Ride down in the Hundred Dragon Elevator, claimed to be the highest outdoor elevator in the world Day 4: Admire freshwater Baofeng Lake and its lush surroundings ŸŸŸŸ• Ride on the world’s longest cableway to the summit of Tianmen (“Heaven’s Gate”) Mountain ŸŸŸŸ• Put on a brave face as you walk along Tianmen Mountain’s famous glass skywalk, which clings to a sheer cliff face.

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