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schlep up all the steps (visiting temples along the way) to a great view below. The trail head (a further 2.1km) is completly blocked off currently so that's as far as you can get but still a good hours climb to the top.
...... one can find this wonderful temple in the mountains of Huairou on the outskirts of Beijing. Entrance is cheap, and the temple is a lovely quite place. Take time to study the gigantic bamboo, the lake, how two trees are growing off each other...More
We made a day trip to Red Shells Temple about 55 kilometers from the center of Beijing in Huairou. It was more about climbing the Hongluo mountain than visiting the temple as we wanted to do some hiking on the countryside with some nice scenery...More
If you would like to escape the city hustle and bustle or those bus load of tourists, this is the place to come. It is less crowded and very little people travel up here, which isn't too far from the great wall Mu Tian Yu...More
If you a believer of Buddhism or a hiker or someone with high stamina or someone who like to walk a lot or a photographer or just an oldman than this is the right place for you.
There a lots of Buddha statue here. Most...More
Not too far from beijing. Its a nice hike - half day or more visit. Forget the temple. Just get in and start walking - you have to climb the really steep stairs to reach the temple - but that is just the beginning of...More
This is a beautiful area to visit and not too far from Beijing on the 867 bus. The journey tine depends on the traffic to a large extent. The area around the temple is beautiful for a stroll, especially to see the many colourful Buddha...More
A little more than an hour drive from Beijing is located this nice temple on top of the mountain and the 500 Buddhas between the trees. Recommended is to start with the 500 Buddhas and than to take the Alpin Coaster to the temple on...More
Before going to Beijing last autumn, I came across an article which suggested the best places to see red and yellow leaves there. Those include Fragrant Hill and Hongluo Temple. As I was scared of seas of people in Fragrant Hill, I decided to visit...More