Every year, May 28 in the lunar calendar-June 28 in the lunar calendar is the peak season, and June 13 in the lunar calendar is the meeting date, so I was born on June 13 in the lunar calendar. So basically I go every year. There are a lot of people, the steps are steep, and the mountains are cool.
Gaotang's magic lamp shines far and not close. The mountain opens for a month in June of the lunar calendar, but usually there are fewer people and it's relatively quiet. Have fast food to eat. You can also participate in farm work in person.
Every time I go to Gaotang Temple, I always choose to climb the mountain. When I get tired, I have a pavilion, which is great and I also exercise.
Now the temples have been commercialized, and the monks in Gaotang Temple are basically women. Many things about the Buddhist school of their team have been forgotten, focusing on profit! Very few locals go.
This is a nun's nunnery. The mountain is opened only once a year for a period of one month. From May 28 to June 28 of the lunar calendar, pilgrims are welcomed and the mountain is closed. Take a bus from Dayi Station to the foot of Gaotang Temple in about 20 minutes. If there are a lot of steps to walk up the mountain, you can also take a local minivan to the mountain, three or four yuan per person