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Stepping it up with Beijing hikers (5)

By William Wang (CRI Online)

11:20, May 14, 2013

A wide variety of wild flowers display their petals at Yinshan Mountain. ( Wang)

Meyer was satisfied to do this trip with his parents, even though he missed the freedom of hiking solo. "There's not a lot of things you need to organize yourself so if you don't have a lot of time and you don't know any good spots, it's good." he stated. "It's not cheap but it's still okay, I guess."

Cost is indeed a factor that can cause people to balk at joining. Most trips cost around 400 yuan per head. But all hikers recognize the value offered for the trips: unique destinations, qualified guides with first-aid training, transportation, water and snack. Organization is top-notch, so hikers would be hard pressed to get lost or left behind. And of course, many hikes conclude with a generous country style meal (with beer included). Really, if you want everything taken care of for you, and taken care of well, you could hardly do better.

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