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I hiked up, it's a pretty long walk (45 minutes), but well worth it because for stretches I was totally alone --- beats the crowd at the temple! Only close to the top there were more people, who took the cable car up. I was...More
We rode the 880m cable car to the peak, lucky enough to be there in a quiet period and the wait time was minimal. The peak offers great views to the west lake area and beyond dependant on air pollution you also get a birds...More
Located just behind lingyin temple, if you are coming from town then it is on the right before the temple. Follow signs for the cable car then follow the foot path on the left next to small tea fields, the path is at the end...More
I made stop here during my hike in Hangzhou hills. Started from Laohe peak, after 1h reached Temple on the top of Northern peak. Lots of people over there. Place is very commercialized, one can ring the temple bell for 20RMB or take cable car...More
I visited the North Peak on the last day of the Chinese New Year Holiday or Spring Festival. Of course there were multitudes of people. We paid 40 RMB per admittance for the cable car to ride to the top and back of the mountain....More
Bei Gao Feng is a mountain right next to the more famous Lingyin temple. At the Lingyin temple, ask any worker for Beigaofend and they would know where it is. There are two ways to get to the top, by walking up the mountain stair...More
I took this cable on one of Hangzhou's hottest days and was looking for an activity that involved minimal exercise. Initial I was concerned that I was hopping into a mobile, dangling oven but there is some sort of fan in the top. The temple...More