Tips on visiting Wudang Mountain
When entering a temple, do not point at the sculptures, do not make any noise, and do not step on the threshold.
It is not polite to ask the age and family origins of the Taoist priests, who believe in immortality.
Hire a tour guide when you enter the mountain area because it is sparsely populated and covered with dense forest.
Smoking is forbidden. If you want to smoke, please go to a designated smoking area in scenic spots.
Carsickness is quite common on the buses because of the winding, zigzagging mountain roads.
Spring, summer and autumn are the best seasons to visit Wudang Mountain, but it can be chilly near the top so be sure to bring along enough warm clothing.
You can stay up on the mountain at night, but most people prefer the convenience of staying closer to the town, about 25km from the main peak.