I would say that the temples on these mountains are more impressive than the Hanging Monastery. When you initially take the cable car up the mountain, you see a few temple buildings hanging from the side of the mountain on the right side, almost at the top of the mountain over a 1000 feet from the ground (whereas the Hanging Monastery buildings are only a few hundred feet above the ground). After arriving near the top of the mountain, you can see different temples built on the side of the mountains. It's a nice hike to visit all of the temples - allow at least 3 hours to walk to the farthest temple, which is the one hanging off the cliff of the mountain. After seeing this sight, the Hanging Monastery, which is a 5 minute ride from here, was an anticlimax.
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