The most revered of the five sacred Taoist mountains of China, Mt. Tai has since the dawn of Chinese history been a great source of inspiration for poets, writers and painters. In 1982, the UNESCO designated Mt. Tai a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site. You may choose to skip the cable car and conquer the entire 6000 steps on foot.

The most revered of the five sacred Taoist mountains of China, Mt. Tai has since the dawn of Chinese history been a great source of inspiration for poets, writers and painters. In 1982, the UNESCO designated Mt. Tai a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site. You may choose to skip the cable car and conquer the entire 6000 steps on foot.

Mount Tai is a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the city of Tai'an, in Shandong province, China. Mount Tai is one of the "Five Great Mountains".

Mount Tai is a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the city of Tai'an, in Shandong province, China. Mount Tai is one of the "Five Great Mountains".

泰山 Mount Tai in Tai’an, 山东  Ever Since I saw Michael Palin climb the many stairs on this Mountain I have wanted to go.

泰山 Mount Tai in Tai’an, 山东 Ever Since I saw Michael Palin climb the many stairs on this Mountain I have wanted to go.

Tai Shan (Mount Tai), one of the Five Sacred Mountains", Tai'an, Shandong, China

Tai Shan (Mount Tai), one of the Five Sacred Mountains", Tai'an, Shandong, China

Mount Tai locates in the middle of Shandong province and covers Tai’an city and JiNan city with the area of 426 square kilometers, reaches 1545 meteres above sea level. Mount Taishan was called DaiZong(means the principal mountain of China) before and was renamed Mount Taishan then went by the name of DongYue(the Sacred Mountain of east China) that was ranked on the top of the five most important mountains in China. In 1987, Mount Taishan was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural…

Mount Tai locates in the middle of Shandong province and covers Tai’an city and JiNan city with the area of 426 square kilometers, reaches 1545 meteres above sea level. Mount Taishan was called DaiZong(means the principal mountain of China) before and was renamed Mount Taishan then went by the name of DongYue(the Sacred Mountain of east China) that was ranked on the top of the five most important mountains in China. In 1987, Mount Taishan was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural…

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