The Wudang Mountains consist of a small mountain range in the northwestern part of Hubei Province of China, just to the south of the city of Shiyan.
They are home to a famous complex of Taoist temples and monasteries which are particularly associated with the god Zhenwu. As a counterpart to the buddhist Shaolin Monastery, Wudang is renowned for the practice of Chinese martial arts.
That was exciting indeed, first, on the way there, instead of jumping on the tourist bus I chose to walk it took me more than a day, as guide said, not many people choose to do that, and then on the way back I found some abandoned path through the forest, it took me a day again and I haven't met anyone walking along that path in a whole day and when I was already loosing the hope find anythink and thinking about spending a night in a forest I reached this place what you see in the last set of photos, there are no roads leading to this place just few paths. I spend a night in a village with locals, they were surprised to see me there. It was good adventure..
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