Junzi Mountain, or Mushroom Mountain, is named by the ample edible mushrooms in summer. It is located in Shizong County, southeastern Yunnan province. The scenic spot is about 30 kilometers from the county seat and over 200 kilometers from Kunming.
More than 1,500 plants are growing on the mountain, including over 30 national endangered plants in China. The mountain is well-known for its flowers in spring, mushrooms in summer, leaves in fall and clouds in winter. The most charming scenery is the azalea which covers a area of nearly 10,000 mu, equivalent to 666.67 hectares. The grassland is an attraction on the mountain, providing a perfect place for camping.
The admission for the mountain is 50 yuan for one.
The farmers hostels provide standard rooms which cost less than 40 yuan for one.
Meal in a hostel cost about 10 yuan for one.
You can take a bus or train to Shizong County from Kunming.
Renting a minibus to the scenic spots costs about 100 yuan, round-trip. But you have to pay the admission for the driver, 50 yuan.
The mountain is well-known for its flowers in spring, mushrooms in summer, leaves in fall and clouds in winter.
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