Into Nature Kids Club camping | At the campsite in the chestnut orchards
At the campsite in the chestnut orchards.

Kids Club ‘Into Nature’ hike, camp, and pizza

Combine two of our favourite Kids Club river canyon hikes with an overnighter in tents at ‘Into Nature’ camp, featuring a BBQ dinner, pizza-making, and a little bonfire.

Level 2+
Some rocky parts to cross on the second day 3–4 hours of easy walking each day (Can I do it?)
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Bookings close October 3

Booking info

October 4–5 (Tue–Wed)

¥1,780 for adults / Kids 5-18 ¥1,560 / ¥1,600 for adult members / ¥1,400 for members’ kids

  1. 8:00am departure from the Liangmaqiao subway area
  2. 8:30am departure from the Lido Metropark Hotel Starbucks
BBQ dinner and pizza, breakfast, and lunch included; BYO snacks
Payment in advance required for this hike. More about payments

Important!—You may need to show your Health Kit/健康宝 app and 72-hour Covid test results at a few different places on this trip.

Kids club: relaxed outings for kids to enjoy some family time in nature. Best for ages 5 and up.


  • Hike up to the village in the middle of Yunmeng Gorge, stopping to play by the river on the way.
  • Hike back out, and then drive to ‘Into Nature’ camp to set up tents in their chestnut orchard.
  • Make your own mini-pizza to go with a BBQ dinner, then settle in for the evening with a bonfire, retiring to your tent when ready.
  • Get breakfast at the camp kitchen and pack a basic picnic for the Goat Canyon hike.
  • Hike up to the top pools at Goat Canyon, then back out out again.
  • Back to the city in time for dinner.


  • Round-trip transportation
  • BJH guides
  • Tickets and local fees
  • BBQ dinner and pizza, basic breakfast, basic picnic lunch
  • Tents and sleeping bags
  • Use of the washrooms at the campsite

The hikes

Yunmeng Gorge

Swimming at Yunmeng Gorge
A sunny spot by a swimming hole in Yunmeng Gorge. (Click for larger image)

A mostly-flat up-and-back walk up to an isolated village deep in the gorge, passing fun riverside picnic spot on the way. See tall cliffs, huge boulders, pools and streams of clear water, and take a look about the village.
Hike statistics: 11km / 4 hours

Goat Canyon

Hiking up into a valley filled with large boulders
Hiking up into Goat Canyon. (Click for larger image)

An up-and-back walk into a rocky and boulder-filled valley to reach a spot with clear pools of water and patches of grass among the rocks. Throw rocks in the water, put your feet in (if it’s not too cold!) and try to find the goats.
Hike statistics: 4–5km / 3–4 hours

‘Into Nature’ camp

Fenglinsu Into Nature Camp photo #4
Camping in the chestnut orchard.

Not far from Goat Canyon is the ‘Into Nature’ camp, a small and private farm facility with a chestnut orchard campsite. The camp chef will get everything set up for us to make pizzas, and we’ll cook them ourselves in the farm’s pizza oven.

Please contact us if you'd like more details about the plan.

Participation notes

Safety and supervision: we choose hikes that are not dangerous, and we’ll warn you about any parts of the hike that require extra attention. You’re responsible for watching your children. We’ll let you know where’s good to play.

Vehicle: all participants must wear seatbelts while in the vehicle. Ask us about bringing your car seat, as certain seats might not fit.

Weather: if the weather doesn’t look like fun, we’ll cancel or postpone the trip.

Food: bring your own picnic lunch for the first day. We’ll supply some snacks and water for you.

Because of the COVID-19 situation we have some extra terms and conditions for participation.

In particular:

  • DO NOT participate if you are sick or showing symptoms of fever and/or have an elevated temperature, or have been in close contact with someone who was.
  • DO NOT participate if you have not completed any required quarantine after your return to Beijing.
  • You MUST agree to the mitigation and prevention measures outlined here and that Beijing Hikers will not be held responsible if any participants become sick.

Please read in full here: Operating hikes under COVID-19 precautions

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