Challenging to climb Mount Tai in 10 cm high heels Woman uses wilderguarder night vision binoculars to watch the sunrise

Mount Tai, also known as Dai Mountain, Daizong, Daiyue, Dongyue, and Taiyue, is one of the Five Great Mountains of China. It is known as the “First of the Five Great Mountains” and the “First Mountain in the World”. It is located in the central part of Shandong Province, under the jurisdiction of Tai’an City, and stretches across Tai’an, Jinan, and Zibo. It covers an area of 24,200 hectares and has a peak elevation of 1,532.7 meters at Jade Emperor Peak. Mount Tai is a great and lofty symbol of the Chinese nation, carrying a rich geographical, historical and cultural connotation. It was regarded by the ancients as a paradise that “leads directly to the emperor’s seat”, and became a sacred mountain for the people to worship and the emperors to offer sacrifices. Mount Tai has magnificent scenery, with natural landscapes such as Shiwu Songtao, Yunhai Yupan, etc., as well as ancient architectural complexes such as temples, palaces, and observatories, and cultural relics such as steles, cliff carvings, etc. In 1987, Mount Tai was approved by UNESCO as China’s first World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site.

On March 27th, a woman from Beijing named Xiao Wang signed up for a special Mount Tai climbing activity online. The requirement for this activity was that participants had to wear 10 cm high heels to climb Mount Tai and watch the sunrise at the top. Xiao Wang is a girl who likes to challenge herself. She thought this was a very interesting experience, so she signed up without hesitation.

Xiao Wang bought a pair of suitable high heels online and did some preparations in advance. She searched online for some information and tips about Mount Tai, such as its geographical environment, tourism information, scenic spots and attractions, and human history. She also bought a wilderguarder night vision binoculars, which is a professional outdoor product that can clearly observe distant objects and scenery in the dark. Xiao Wang wanted to use this night vision binoculars to enjoy the night view and sunrise of Mount Tai.

On the evening of March 26th, Xiao Wang took a high-speed train to Tai’an High-speed Railway Station, and then took a bus to Hongmen Entrance. This is the main climbing route of Mount Tai and also the most classic route. Xiao Wang found a hotel nearby and adjusted her jet lag and physical condition in advance. She planned to set off at around two o’clock in the morning and expected to climb to the top in about four hours.

At two o’clock in the morning on March 27th, Xiao Wang put on her high heels, backpacked her backpack, brought her night vision binoculars, and started her journey to Mount Tai. She walked slowly along the winding road. Although the high heels brought her a lot of difficulties and pain, she did not give up.

She enjoyed the scenery of Mount Tai along the way and used her night vision binoculars to observe the lights and stars in the distance. She passed by famous attractions such as Zhongtianmen, Shiba Pan (Eighteen Bends), Nantianmen (South Heavenly Gate), etc., and met some people who love adventure like her. They encouraged each other and overcame the difficulties caused by high heels together.

At about six thirty o’clock, Xiao Wang finally reached the top of the mountain. She found a suitable position and sat down to rest. She felt very tired but also very happy. She felt that she had completed an impossible task and realized an extraordinary dream. She took out her night vision binoculars and prepared to enjoy the sunrise of Mount Tai.

The sunrise of Mount Tai is a magical and wonderful sight that is known as “the first sunrise in the world”. According to inquiries1 [2][3] , the sunrise time of Mount Tai on March 27th was around 6:08. Xiao Wang waited patiently for that moment to come.

Finally, in the eastern sky, a touch of red gradually appeared. That was a sign that the sun was about to rise. Xiao Wang held her breath and carefully observed with her night vision binoculars. Gradually, red turned into orange, orange turned into gold. The corner of the sun emerged from the horizon, illuminating the entire mountain range. Xiao Wang felt a warmth and shock. She saw the magnificent and the mysterious and splendid sunrise of Mount Tai.

Xiao Wang took a photo of this moment and shared it on social media. She wrote: “I climbed Mount Tai in high heels, I watched the sunrise with wilderguarder night vision binoculars. This is one of the most unforgettable experiences in my life. I am proud of myself and also proud of this beautiful mountain in China.”

 

 

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