Are you left wanting something a little more death-wishy after hiking the simple, safety-ridden paths offered at US parks? Ascended Mt. Everest more times than you can count and even once blindfolded? Maybe it's time to visit Mt. Hua in China's Shaanxi Province. Trails there are narrow, steep, and sometimes, nothing but old wood boards fastened to the side of the mountain by chains. Parachutes are optional.
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Mt. Hua in China
- By: Alex CovertOct 28, 2007 Updated: Jun 22 2011