Hiking Tiger Leaping Gorge-ous 虎跳峡, YunNan province

Join Tim and Glo at the world's deepest river gorge.

Count on two days for this hike, with a stay at a half-way guest house (book ahead).

Tiger Leaping Gorge, HǔTiào Xiá, lies about 100 kilometers (62 miles) north-west of LiJiang and is also 'near' Jade Dragon Snow Mountain (YuLong XueShan) and ShangRi-La (XiangGeLiLa; real name : Zuong DiAn).

Wonderful, beautiful place, awesome video ...

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