At 3,117 meters (10,226 feet) tall, Mount Emei is the highest of China’s four sacred mountains of Buddhism. Buddhist monks have made pilgrimages to the temples and monasteries of Emei Shan for nearly 1,800 years. As a nod to the religious and ... 

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Top of Mt. Emei Shan

October 2014

The elevation at the temple was 3,079 meters or almost 10,000 feet. It was very foggy that day but very beautiful.

Grand Budda

October 2014

Took this picture from the ferry on the river.

Baoguo Temple

June 2012

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Real temple where we spent a night staying at. Fantastic experience!

Golden Summit

June 2012

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Gorgeous view of the temple atop the Emei Shan, on the Golden Summit

Yum!

June 2012

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Photo op with the wonderful people who made our meal!

Restaurant

June 2012

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The owner of the restaurant is fixing one of his cooking utensils

Petting Monkeys

June 2012

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Along the way, you can purchase treats to put on your head so the monkeys can climb on your shoulder and have a cool photo op like this!

Golden Summit

June 2012

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Taken inside the temple at the Golden Summit

River

June 2012

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Rocky river

Monkey!

June 2012

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Getting up close to another monkey

Goofing around

June 2012

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Pretty awesome guide

Real funky monkeys

June 2012

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They're real!

Funky Monkey

June 2012

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There were these small statues of monkeys along the walking paths of the mountain

Waterfalls

June 2012

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More of the gorgeous waterfalls by the lake of Emei Shan

Waterfalls

June 2012

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Tiny waterfalls on the lake of Emei Shan

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