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[[File:OTBP Mount Hua with Temple.jpg|thumb|250px|View of the temple]]
 
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* Complete the via ferrata known as the Plank Walk or Plank Road in the Sky The walk starts from the south face of the South Peak. A safety harness will be rented to you for ¥30 at the start of the walk. The path takes you down a vertical ladder for about 15 m, then along a very solid and well-reinforced platform of "planks" along the cliff face for about 30 m. The walk ends at an unremarkable rock outcrop with a little shrine. On the way out and back you'll have to work around other tourists on the path. If you're comfortable with heights the walk will take no more than 10 minutes one way.
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* Complete the via ferrata known as the Plank Walk or Plank Road in the Sky The walk starts from the south face of the South Peak. A safety harness will be rented to you for ¥20 at the start of the walk. The path takes you down a vertical ladder for about 15 m, then along a very solid and well-reinforced platform of "planks" along the cliff face for about 30 m. The walk ends at an unremarkable rock outcrop with a little shrine. On the way out and back you'll have to work around other tourists on the path. If you're comfortable with heights the walk will take no more than 10 minutes one way.
  
 
*Another via ferrata descends from the east face of the East Peak to the famously picturesque Chess Pavilion. This is the only way to get there, and, like the Plank Walk, there is now a harness for rent (¥30). In the very beginning of the climb down it is 90 degree steep but in overall it's a little less frightening than the plank walk and the Chess pavilion is a far greater reward for your efforts and money.
 
*Another via ferrata descends from the east face of the East Peak to the famously picturesque Chess Pavilion. This is the only way to get there, and, like the Plank Walk, there is now a harness for rent (¥30). In the very beginning of the climb down it is 90 degree steep but in overall it's a little less frightening than the plank walk and the Chess pavilion is a far greater reward for your efforts and money.

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