It often snows in the middle of December in Zhangjiajie, the top of mountains are almost covered with snow from December to February next year, but almost all scenic spots are available during that time, what's more, all cablecars, elevators also runs regularly.Zhangjiajie presents different sceneries in four seasons,so it is still worth visiting if you want to enjoy the beautiful snow in winter. Listed below are some of the best places to enjoy winter time in Zhangjiajie.
1.Zhangjiajie Core Scenic(World Natural Heritage Site),Winter discount price: 136 yuan (Peak season price:245 yuan)2.Zhangjiajie Tianmen Mountain,Winter discount price:220 yuan (Peak season price:258 yuan)3.ZJJ Huangshizhai cable car,Winter discount price:40 yuan for single way and 70 yuan for double way (Peak season price:65 yuan for single and 118 yuan for double way)4.Yangjiajie cable car,Winter discount price:One-way 40 yuan (Peak season price:76 yuan)5.Shilihualang small tourist train,Winter discount price:24 yuan for single way and 30 yuan for double way (Peak season price:38 yuan for single and 52 yuan for double way)6.Zhangjiajie Old Taoist Bay,Winter discount price:54 yuan (Peak season price:108 yuan)7.Zhangjiajie Tujia Folk Custom Park,Winter discount price:45 yuan (Peak season price:90 yuan)8.Helong Memorial,Winter Price:Free charge (Peak season price:Free charge)9.Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon,Winter discount price:70 yuan include slideway(Peak season price:118 yuan)10.Zhangjiajie JIANGYA SPA,Winter discount price:50 yuan include Fish Spa(Peak season price:118 yuan)11.Zhangjiajie Giant Salamander Science and Technology Museum,Winter discount price:49 yuan (Peak season price:98 yuan)Off-season execution time:December 1st,2015 to February 29th,2016.Online E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Answer:Yes. Each cable car operates year-round. More and more people are coming to enjoy the fantastic views in winter. Visitors also enjoy lower hotels rates in the winter season.
Yes. In fact, it adds greatly to the unparalleled beauty of Zhangjiajie. Some describe the snow-covered scenery as being in a “Dream world.”
You have great chance to see snow in the end of December in Zhangjiajie. It is really a nice view covered with snow in Zhangjiajie. Anyhow, you’d better pay attention to the weather forecast of Zhangjiajie.
Snow: Zhangjiajie winter temperatures is between 8 ℃ to -3 ℃ below zero. The mid of December to next year in early March, is the snow season in Zhangjiajie. It will snow before and after the Spring Festival every year.
Zhangjiajie Winter Tourism, peak forest barrier blocking north wind, which let us can see the scene of snow, and without severe cold of the north. Every year around December, zhangjiajie will continue to welcome snow, one thousand peaks are covered with evergreen forest, with less sun, it seems to be more profound. Swirlling snow covers thousands of mountains and eight hundred winding streams, continuous rolling mountains and precipices in the snow have the convergence of sharpness to send out a soft fruity curve.Austral unique ice and beautiful snow draw in an endless stream of visitors.Translated by SophiaZhangjiajie Entrance fee for winter discount price list1.Zhangjiajie core scenic(Avatar park)Peak season price:225yuan(Four Days Pass)Winter discount price: 115 yuan (From Dec 1st to next Feb 28th)2.Zhangjiajie Tianmen mountainPeak season price:261 yuanWinter discount price: 228 yuan (From Dec 1st to next Feb 28th)Off-season execution time:December 1st,to February 28th,next year.Online E-mail: email@example.com
Yes. In fact, it addes greatly to the unparalelled beauty of Zhangjiajie. You will feel to be in dream world.
Zhangjiajie Upcoming Spring Festival
Citizens purchase New Year decorations in a market in Yuncheng, north China's Shanxi Province, Jan. 27, 2011. People started to prepare for the upcoming Chinese Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 3. (Xinhua/Yan Xin)Citizens purchase New Year decorations in a market in Yuncheng, north China's Shanxi Province, Jan. 27, 2011. People started to prepare for the upcoming Chinese Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 3. (Xinhua/Yan Xin)Citizens purchase New Year decorations in a market in Yuncheng, north China's Shanxi Province, Jan. 27, 2011. People started to prepare for the upcoming Chinese Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 3. (Xinhua/Yan Xin)