The steep trail up to Yinmeng Temple passes craggy cliffs. Yinmeng Temple and Sujia River, 2018/08/24 See 26 photos from a hike up to Yinmeng Temple and then over the mountains down to Sujia River—see shots of the temple, plus mountains and the grassy and green riverside scenery. Were you on this trip? How did you like it? We'd love to hear from you. • Send us feedback • Review it on TripAdvisor • Share this page on Facebook The beginning of the path up to Yinmeng Temple. The carving is of a mule team; we guess that mules were used to carry water and food up to the temple. On the way up to the top. Getting higher, with views of the Guanting Reservoir in the distance. The front gate of the temple. In one of the halls of the temple. The temple’s Bell Tower. The Drum Tower. A donkey resting near the temple. Heading for the pass and the trail down to the river. Down by the river. After the walk down the river, we started on another climb, back over the mountains. Back on the Beijing side. Picnic time!