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I really liked yubeng! We slept at feileisi and at 8am we took the minibus to xiding, 1:30 hour later we arrived. From there we walked to yubeng upper village what was quite a heavy hike. It is a 1000m climb and you only go...More
This is My second time Hiking in China year2018 ...
I’m Joining My Sister Huang Jian Hwa Trip...She is From China Resident
It’s Really Really Nice hiking Trip..
I Love It very Much..
Every Day I can Distance is Around 14Km-18Km
Total Distance is 80Km...More
Beautiful and pacific, could have stay for ever. From shangri la take a bus to deqin, the same bus might take you to fei Lai si, otherwise there are minibuses, it is about 30 min away. You can sleep in fei Lao si (recomend youth...More
Yubeng is such a cool place to visit. It is only accessible by foot and that really adds to the atmosphere of the place. We went during winter although many people online advised us not to. We had a blast, it started snowing lightly when...More
Each day is around 5-7h. Take your time, you're at 3000-4000m altitude and you will feel it!
Day 1, walk in from Xidang to Upper Yubeng
Day 2, walk to/from Glacial Lake. This is outstanding, the glacier and 6000m high mountains surround you up there...More
We stayed in Upper Yubeng for several days, great as a starting point for the gorgeous hikes in the area, including Ice Lake (bing hu) and Holy Waterfall (shen pu). While there are a lot of guesthouses and plenty of hikers, the town feels very...More
YuBeng village is located on foot of Tibetan paople's holy mountain Meili Snow Mountain (KawaKarpo), sea level 6740m - the highest mountain in YunNan province. As there have no road to village, tourists have to trek into village. high light: Tibetan village, glacier, ice lake,...More
definitely a worthwhile effort to go there. I went Yubeng Village in early Nov 2017 entering from Xidang. The secluded village is only accessible by foot and donkey, temperature at night could fall to 1 or 2 celsius though it yet to turn winter. All...More
If you like hiking and truly trekking in the middle of nowhere Yubeng Village is for you! Since it's only accessible by foot, you get to experience the true tranquility of nature. You can go in either summer or winter. I went in winter and...More