2 Days Sichuan Mount Siguniang Tour from Chengdu

Mount Siguniang, in Chinese means Mountain of Four Girls, is composed of four neighboring snow peaks over 5, 300 meters high arraying in a straight line within short 3. 5km. Yaomei Peak(6, 250m) is the second highest mountain in Sichuan and known as the Queen of All Sichuan Mountains. Western travelers who had visited a Yaomei Peak praise it as the “Eastern Alps” for its breathtaking beauty


  • Explore the picturesque Shuangqiao Valley and Changping Valley
  • Visit  “Eastern Alps” 

Brief Itinerary

  • Day 1: Chengdu – Mount Siguniang
  • Day 2:Mount Siguniang – Chengdu

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Chengdu – Mount Siguniang

Sightseeing and Activities: Shuangqiao Valley
Accommodation: Chengdu hotel

08:00 AM, our tour guide will meet you at your Chengdu hotel and then drive 220km (5 hrs) to Mount Siguniang National Park. Upon arrival, change the tour bus to explore Shuangqiao Valley. The valley is a charming and relaxed spot in Mount Siguniang. It is famous for its alpine meadow, millennial seabuckthorn and stratified snow mountain.

Day 2 Mount Siguniang – Chengdu

Sightseeing and Activities: Hiking trip in the beautiful Changping Valley
Accommodation: Chengdu hotel 
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

After breakfast, take tour bus to a Lama Temple, where you will start a hiking trip in the beautiful Changping Valley. (N.B. Horse-riding service can be found by the Lama Temple after you get off the tour bus. We don’t recommend horse riding because it is a little bit dangerous). In the afternoon, travel back to your Chengdu hotel where your tour concludes.

Service Included:

  • Admission fees for all of the sightseeing spots listed in the itinerary;
  • Meals as listed in the itinerary;
  • Hotels as listed in the itinerary;
  • Private English-speaking tour guide;
  • Private vehicle for transfers & sightseeing with skilled driver;
  • Service charge & government taxes;
  • Luggage transfers between airports and hotels;
  • Domestic train tickets of soft sleeper.

Service Excluded:

  • Any arrival and departure international airfares or train tickets;
  • Chinese visa fees;
  • Excess baggage charged by Airlines;
  • Single room supplement;
  • Tips to guides and drivers;
  • Personal expenses and gratuities to service staff;
  • Personal travel accident insurance;
  • All optional programs.