Ge Hong (283-363) was a famous Taoist master who lived and died in these hills. He was an alchemist who was working on an elixir of life. He never got there, but he lived pretty long for that day and age. His Taoist name, Baopu (adhering to the true doctrine of Taoism), is the name of this temple, which marks the spot where is hut once stood. Ge Hong lies enshrined in the middle of the temple. Surrounding him is a fully functional, Taoist temple, replete with monks and monkettes (they are the ones doing all the cleaning). History aside, this is definitely one of the best temples around, and is the only Taoist temple of its kind in Zhejiang. So sweat a little to take a look-see.
Take bus 7, 27, K850, Y1, Y2, K81, and Y9 getting off at the Ge Hill station 葛岭