Sometimes, it is difficult to know the scale of things without anything to gauge or compare.
Here is a picture that I have captured on my hiking, while admiring at the buttress form of the mountain rocks and the plants and trees that have overgrown on them.
On the left upper corner, there is a trial supported on beams socketted into rocks. Hikers are walking on it.
From this, we can appreciate the scale of the mountain features!
Wow! I just got dizzy looking at this photo. Very powerful.
I like the escarpments, the whole trip was interesting too!
Oh my goodness!…that trail certainly shows the scale; and the mountains are so dramatic and beautiful…lucky you to have walked there!
Yes, walking for over 4 hours!
Determination won through!
Just one word amazing.. 🙂
Yikes, I wouldn’t be walking on that path!
The paths are not difficult, only the steps are!
No, but it’s the height 😦
Haha, this is not the highest part!
Amazing!!! Have you walked along that trail?? Looks spectacular!
Yes, and all round the mountain too – took us more than 4 hours but some team mates only completed in over 5 hours!
WOW! What a great view… I can’t imagine myself walking there 🙂 My heart could stop… So beautiful, Thank you, Michael Lai, love, nia
Hi Nia, my heart didn’t stop, only my breathing stopped – it was breathless!
he he he 🙂
What a wonderful place to have been!
Glad that you like it!
If I get it right, shan stands for mountain? I remember climbing Hua Shan back in 2011. Amazing place
Shan indeed means mountain. Hua Shan is one of the most difficult mountain to climb in China.