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  • Denise Mccullough-Olsen

    Finding out I have relatives in China has definitely put the beautiful place near the top of my bucket list. Heaven’s Gate Mountain... stairway to heaven

  • Valerie Becker

    Heaven's Gate Stairs ,Tian Men Shan China. Tianmen (“Heavenly Gate”) Mountain National Forest Park lies only 8 kilometers south of the city of Zhangjiajie.Being situated immediately next door to the city of Zhangjiajie, Tianmen Mountain has traditionally been perceived by the residents of Zhangjiajie as the very soul of the city, even if the Zhangjiajie area in general has in more recent years become much more strongly identified, at least by outsiders, with the strangely eroded block-and-obelisk landscapes of Wulingyuan Scenic Area.

  • Rita Daniels

    Welcome To Zhangjiajie City, China. About 8KM from downtown of Zhangjiajie lies the Tianmen Mountain, also known as Heaven Gate Mountain. By looking at the picture above, there's no need to ask why this is named Heaven’s Gate. This beautiful site is quite a journey to get to. Look at the other pictures and read about this place, amazing!

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