Bàolóng Shān (抱龙山) is in Anning District, on the north side of the river, near the Qilihe Bridge. The route up starts from the north side of the road at Xìngfú Xiàng (幸福巷) bus stop (buses # 3, 103, 72). Walk up the small road, until you reach a 90 degree left turn. In the first picture below, don't go straight on (it becomes a dead-end). Follow the road to the left, and stay on the road until it ends, at the foot of the hills.
Name: Gāolán Wénmiào (皋兰文庙)
Chinese: 五泉山公园 (Wŭquán Shàn Gōngyuán)
Jiāolóng Sì (蛟龙寺) is on a hillside overlooking the village of Qīnggăng (青岗), about 20km south of Lanzhou on the old road to Línxià (临夏).
At the temple
Pre-recorded buddhist chanting, playing on a loop in a quieter temple:
The old and new roads to Linxia:
Looking back over Qinggang towards Lanzhou:
Fúlóng Píng (伏龙坪) is a poor Hui area, perched on the clay hills to the south of Xiguan Shizi.
UPDATE (27 AUG)
Back to my original route...
This was my first chance to get a good view up into the area:
I followed the alley along, until I came to an opening, which looked down towards Jiěfàng Mén:
Finally, I worked my way to the centre of Fúlóng Píng. Traffic can drive up via a road from Āndìng Mén (安定门), at the south end of Zhōngshān Lù (中山路). It felt like a small country village up there.
Now on the 'main' road, I was able to continue upwards, heading sometimes south and sometimes east, along the hillside that eventually arrives at Lanshan.
Towels and a mop, drying outside a small hairdresser's:
Here was the view from Fúlóng Píng, looking west over towards Huálín Píng (华林坪), another Hui area, which can be reached by heading southwest from Jiěfàng Mén:
By this stage I was back on familiar territory, having used this road to cycle up Lanshan several times in the past. I stopped off at a small mosque, and then a few hairpins later, reached a lookout terrace.
From here, a tree-shaded path continued up, and would lead you along the ridge overlooking Wuquan Shan, and eventually to Lanshan.
Chinese: 白云观 (Báiyún Guān)