Mount Huangshan – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Mount Huangshan – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Hey everyone, welcome to World Heritage Journey. For today’s video, we’re at Huang Shan, the Yellow Mountain, in Anhui province, China. Huangshan, literally, Yellow Mountain, is a granite mountain range in the south of Anhui province in eastern China. Although Huangshan isn’t particularly tall – it tops out at about 1900 metres, it’s one of

Module 6 – Part 3 Roles of CLC Committee

Module 6 – Part 3 Roles of CLC Committee

what are the roles of the CLC committee? CLC committee is elected to be mainly in charge of planning implementation, fundraising, monitoring and evaluation ofCLC activities they are key persons in decision-making process they can support CLC managers or facilitators to run an activities that respond to the real needs of community people in general

Mount Qingcheng and the Dujiangyan Irrigation System – UNESCO World Heritage Site
Mount Teide in Tenerife, the Third Highest Volcano in the World

Mount Teide in Tenerife, the Third Highest Volcano in the World

Mount Teide is a volcano on Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Its 3,718-metre summit is the highest point in Spain and the highest point above sea level in the islands of the Atlantic. At 7,500 m from its base on the ocean floor, it is the third highest volcano in the world, after Mauna Kea

Lady Team Climbing Mount Kinabalu via Kota Belud Trail

Lady Team Climbing Mount Kinabalu via Kota Belud Trail

Timpohon Gate: Starting Point of the Climb Carson Waterfall One of the most tiring part Reaching first resting hut Cassie, “I reach KM 1 in less than half an hour.” “23 Minutes!” Cassie started to get exhausted after 3 KM Layang-Layang Stop (half way to Laban Rata Resthouse) She was too tired to speak. A