Suzhou Hiking

Hee, whoever has information on hikes or would like to make a nice walk but prefers some company... Throw it in this group, shake it, and maybe you get some replies

Location: Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Members: 147
Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2015

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Climbing - anyone?

Started by Ana. Last reply by Ana Sep 24, 2014. 12 Replies

Hi, everyone! I'm new in the city. I know this is a hiking group but I have troubles with finding information about any climbing gyms/outdoor climbing places in or near Suzhou. I just thought that…Continue

anyone wants to join suzhou taditional festival "Ga shen xian"轧神仙 this weekend May 11 ?

Started by Luna. Last reply by Luna May 9, 2014. 5 Replies

route:---Shantang jie -- tadition show,local hand arts,food--- Park--Chinese medicine cuture show--- Nan hao jie --miniature gardens,foodmeeting time: 10am you can take subway line 2 , get out at…Continue


Started by Katrina R. Last reply by Massimiliano Ammannito Aug 31, 2013. 3 Replies

Hi, everyone. There isn't a group for exploring Suzhou's gardens, but I thought that people who like to see beautiful scenery on hike, are likely to be the same sort of people who like to see…Continue

hoping to join you guys

Started by Peggy shen Nov 16, 2012. 0 Replies

hey, everyone. friends tell me about this web, glad to know this group. since i've been in suzhou just seven months. i would like to go hiking with U guys to get familiar with suzhou.Continue

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Comment by JN on February 21, 2015 at 6:04pm
Did someone try the DaMingShan skii station before? I wonder if it is worth a try, or just too small a station to get some enjoyment.
Comment by Walk Wei on February 15, 2015 at 10:49pm

I am the organizer of a outdoor activity club in suzhou, but i must go home during the holiday,you can find some information on hiking in our website(, all are wrote in chinese for now, maybe I will add some English topic if possible., or we can discuss the details about some special hiking route later.

Comment by Baka on February 14, 2015 at 6:24pm
Hi ...Anyone who loves traveling and natural sceneries like rivers,mountains,gardens ,,,,let's travel and have fun ...holidays are going on so free free free wechat:- baka086
Comment by Bloom Lou on June 21, 2014 at 9:44am


Anyone who wants to go hiking at weekends,and want a company, please email me : thanks!

Comment by Sarah Stoic on April 29, 2014 at 9:07am

Include Anhui Province as well, there are mountains hikable: apart from Yellow Mountain,

Jiu Hua Shan九华山,

Tian Zhu Shan天柱山,

also the easy one from Hui Hang Gu Dao to Qing Liang Feng徽杭古道-清凉峰.

Some hiking places in Zhejiang Province, like

Yan Dang Shan雁荡山;

the most challenging one in East of China: the 7 mountains from East Tian Mu Lake to West Tian Mu Lake, in chinese we call it 七尖...didnt try it yet but one day maybe...

all what i have in mind right now

Comment by Daniel Keefe on April 28, 2014 at 10:10am

The High Peaks of the Yangtze Delta - Actually, there aren't any really "high" peaks but what they lack in elevation they make up for with nearly vertical steps and an occasional temple on the peak. I am trying to put together a list of all of the hikable and interesting hills/peaks in the Yangtze Delta area from Shanghai as far west as Nanjing and as far south/south west as the Xihu Scenic area of Hangzhou and over to Ningbo. So far, I my list includes 21 peaks/hills of which I have hiked on 18. It would be great to complile a list which could be turned into a "peakbagging" challenge similar to something like the Adirondak 46 in the USA (the 46 high peaks of the Adirondak Mountains in New York State). It would be interesting to include many of the much bigger and more interesting peaks around China but thought that it would be better to just list the closer hills which could be accessed more easily from Shanghai/Suzhou, etc as possible day hikes. Anybody with information on peaks in this area, I would be greatly interested in your input.

Comment by Amber on April 9, 2014 at 10:28am
Comment by Charles Zhang on March 27, 2014 at 8:23pm
seems not very active here
Comment by Agnes jen on March 27, 2014 at 10:36am
Hi Charles, I've been to wugongshan, nice hiking place
Comment by Charles Zhang on March 27, 2014 at 9:01am
Hello everybody,I like hiking.I had ever been several spots in China. but now Iam too heavy. I m doing exercise by playing tennis. I hope to hike to Wugongshan in mid of this year. now,I would suggest lingbaitian inSuzhou in a weekend. it is a 4-5hrs route.If you would follow,Ican make a plan.

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