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This Mountain Tea House Adds an Aspect of Danger to Afternoon Tea

 - Feb 12, 2014
References: slate & neatorama
This mountain tea house makes drinking tea a riveting experience. If one's daily cup of tea is simply not cutting it, then try climbing up the side of a mountain before getting it.

Tea is a big part of culture in China as it is in a few other cultures. If there was any question as to whether or not they take tea seriously, this would be the answer. This mountain tea house sits at the top of a mountain named Mount Hua. There are no ways to get to the tea house other than to take a journey and to climb -- unless you happen to own a helicopter.

The climb is fraught with frightening challenges such as the "Heavenly Stairs," the cliffside and planks of wood for travelers to traverse. Tea tends to calm people down and after this trip one will definitely need it.