The Great wall of Jiankou
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Dec 2019
We are a family of 6 and we hiked from Mutianyu to Jianku in December with Jonny as our guide. Jonny answered quickly to our emails and the hike was promptly organized. He picked us up punctually in the hotel and we stopped for a delicious breakfast in a local restaurant near Mutianyu. We took the cable car to the wall and started hiking west toward Jianku while Jonny told us about the history and the construction of the wall. At first it was pretty cold, but as we started hiking up the wall, we were all warm enough! Past the renovated part from Mutianyu, the top of the wall is more like a path with lose stones and vegetation and we were the only ones hiking. The sun was shining and we had a wonderful and clear view on the wall winding through the mountains as far as the eye can see. There was a little snow to make the whole thing even more beautiful and it was still very practicable. Jonny took a lot of pictures of us, we had enough time to admire the landscape and we all had a wonderful time. The driver was waiting for us in the village at the bottom of the wall in Jianku and drove us back to the hotel.
We would highly recommend this tour in a beautiful nature. Winter proved to be a very good time to visit, with less tourists and a very clear view. We would also highly recommend Jonny as a very sympathetic and reliable guide who speaks very good english. He took care of every practical details and everything ran smoothly. We could just enjoy the view and did not have to worry about timing, route, trips to and from the wall or anything. Thank you Jonny!
PM me for his contact information but he is on hotmail under jonnyzhangcn
Written January 13, 2020
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Maria Floratou
Patras, Greece1,526 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Friends
It was a great moment for me camazinglimbing the Great Wall of China. A dream came true. Impressive and beautiful. You can climb to the point where you can but it's worth it to try a little and climb much more because the experience and the view is amazing.
Written August 16, 2019
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Mike C
Waterloo, Canada168 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Couples
We had seen the wall at Badaling and done the Jinshaling to Simatai hike so wanted to explore something different. A bit of web research suggested that the "wild wall" would be the ticket. We looked at trying to book a tour to hike from Jiankou to Mitianyu with one of the many tour companies but prices (for 2 of us) ranged from ~880 to 1390 RMB per person. This was much more than we wanted to spend so we looked for a reasonable way to do the hike using public transport and/or taxis. We were able to do that (details later) and it was well worth the time invested in planning and the sweat expended climbing up to the wall. The views from the Jiankou wall are nothing short of stunning and the un-restored wall offers great quiet time for contemplation - not a comment you will ever hear about Badaling! - and is a neat contrast to the rebuilt Mitianyu section.
We started our trip by taking subway line 4 to Dongzhimen then taking bus 916 express to Huairou. It was a Saturday morning and the queue for the bus was horrendous but it moved quickly and buses came in quick succession. Make sure you get in the right queue! The bus to Huairou took about 90 minutes. We got off at Mingzhu Guangchang based on a Lonely Planet suggestion but it looked as if any stop in town would work as taxis/minibuses were waiting at every stop for potential customers. We negotiated a ride to Xizhazi Cun (the village where the hike to the Jiankou Wall starts) for 130 RMB - down considerably from the initial quote. One may be able to do better. After a peaceful 1 hour/30 km ride, we arrived at the gate to the village. There we paid our 20 RMB admission fee and started our walk. Immediately past the gate is a large rock painted with 3 Chinese characters and an arrow pointing left directing you to the wall. Follow that road to the left which soon curves to the right. Just keep waking straight along the road as it becomes a dirt path and passes by a sign saying that "this section of wall is closed to the public". Once on the trail, just keep walking. At any potential forks, it seems that some kind souls have either put a branch across the trail not to follow and/or put red ribbons on the trail that should be follow. it is about 2.5 km (mostly uphill!) through forest to reach the wall. Once at the wall, just turn left (east) and keep walking. It is about 5 km to the Mutianyu section where you can walk down. As advertised, there are some very steep sections (both up and down) so take your time, enjoy the views, and watch your footing. When we reached the wall there was only one other group there but the numbers of people grew exponentially as we approached Mitianyu. The first walking access down is between towers 7 and 8, and takes ~20 minutes. Cable cars or a toboggan ride down are other options. At the bottom, past all the vendors/hawkers, are parking lots and transport options. We were down by 3 pm so opted to try bus 867 which goes from Mitianyu to Dongzhimen Wai bus station at 2 and 4 pm. We found the 867 bus stop in parking lot P4 (not marked in English so you may want to know the Chinese symbol for "4" - alternatively, look for where all the tour buses are parked). The bus came at 3:50 and everyone waiting was able to get on the bus, which then left promptly at 4:00 pm. What we did not realize was the bus would take almost 3 hours to get back to Dongzhimen. In retrospect, we should have taken a minibus (one driver was offering rides for 10 RMB to people waiting for the bus) back to Huairou then the 916 express back to Dongzhimen. We'll do that next time!
Written May 17, 2014
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Pontus L
Linköping, Sweden4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2012 • Friends
Before I came to Xizhazi village I had only planned to stay for the day and then go back to Beijing. I stayed for three days and walked the whole Jiankou wall. These three days have seriously been the best days of my life. You do not need a guide to do this. Some parts are tricky tho, and it is a good idea to bring a friend, because there is no one else around, you will be the only one climbing, and it feels safe to be two. Sometimes you will have to get off the wall and take the path around the broken bits. Sometimes you will have to climb, high, and this is the bit when its nice with a helping friend. You can walk the whole Jiankou wall in two days, and you wont even have to stress. It is indescribable... This will probably be the highlight of your trip, it sure was mine. Perfect, just perfect.

There is plenty of sleeping places in Xizhazi Village, just below the wall. If you walk up from the west side of the mountain there is no fee. Or else there is a 20 Y fee.

To get there from Beijing; Take the Metro to Dongzhimen station (line 2, 2 Y). From there you take bus 916, leaves what it seems every minute. Plenty of buses. This bus take 1,5 hour (12 Y) and and you will get off at Huairou. From here you can take a Taxi, or a private van (also plenty of rides) to Xizhazi Village at Jiankou Wall. This ride should cost no more than 100 Y.
From this village it is a 30 min walk up to the wall. I recommend the "middle path".

Metro to Dongzhimen -> Bus 916 to Huairo -> Taxi/van to Xizhazi Village.

The journey getting there may seem tricky, but its really not, and it is so worth it. Promise.
Written April 18, 2012
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Justyna C
Poland193 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Friends
There is so much to say about our trekking/climbing experience in Jiankou. We decided to go thru both, wild and renovated, parts of the Great Wall and here is what I found useful. I know it may be too long for some hence I divided it into some sections so it's easier to find the info you need.

Getting there from Beijing/back to Beijing

- take the metro to Dongzhimen station and follow signs to Bus Station Hub/Hall
- from North part of the Bus Hall take 916 EXPRESS bus - it is easily accessible just follow the number sign (station is divided into two parts; South and North)
- driver doesn't give change so if you pay by cash make sure you have 12CNY ready (per person) , show it to the driver, tell him you are going to Huairou and place it in a plastic box on the left from the door (just when you enter the bus thru the front door you will see it on the left)
- take a seat and enjoy your trip for around 80-90 mins (it has a few stops and takes highway)
- SCAM ALERT: do not go out from the bus from Beijing to Huairou when approached by locals on the bus stops; stay till the last stop when all passengers will go out too - there might be someone approaching you so, I repeat, do not get off the bus with them no matter what they say (we ended up like this - silly me! - and had to walk 1.5km to the bus station- yaaaay!)
- go out (with the crowd) on the last stop and find a taxi (just outside of the station there is an official taxi spot and a lot of cars there -> the non-official black-cared taxi drivers will approach you straight away) price may vary from 80CNY (as we read) to 200CNY; we paid 150CNY on Thursday morning -> note for bargainers: you don't have any public transport that goes to the village from where the trekking starts so don't get too excited ;)
- drivers know where to go so don't worry; we had gps on the whole way and he was driving exactly as the map showed; make sure he lets you out when the road ends completely with 2 black and yellow bars (there is a public toilet building painted in white on the left)
- now chill and go with the flow ;) kidding! so you go straight leaving a small area for car parked on the left and when you get to an open-air gym equipment on your right and the path 'ends' turn left -> it will look like you are going to nowhere and don't worry , that's the right way ;) [photo attached]
- you will now climb up to the Wall in the forest for 30-60 mins -> path is very visible so you won't get lost
- you have 2 options when you reach out the Wall ; you can go left or right - can't say anything about right path as we took the left one towards Mutianyu to see both wild an renovated parts of the Wall (PS while climbing there is no option to miss it as you literally will put your feet on it and definitely notice it's a wall made of bricks and stones! It's destroyed at this point so that you don't really go up the wall with ladder)
- enjoy climbing/trekking and adrenaline raising experience and when you reach out the renovated part you can take cable car back down (100CNY per person); you can use 3 other options available - luge (must be a lot of fun from what I saw on TripAdvisor however it was located further than cable car) chairlift or simple walk down
- from the cable car station you can either buy a ticket for shuttle bus that takes you down to the bus station or you can just walk down the road for around 10 mins (ticket cost is 10CNY/pp and you need to buy it in a wooden stand/small building called FARE ADJUSTMENT located on the left just before you reach the shuttle stop (people get this shuttle free of charge with entrance ticket however you did not pay for entrance as you climbed the wild part, remember? ;)); there might be a line however 3 busses are coming every 10 mins to pick up passengers
- next step: there are a few buses going from Mutianyu and last one is departing at 5 PM so make sure you are down there before this time; ticket costs 5 CNY to go back to Huairou ; if you miss the bus, don't worry as taxi drivers will wait just in front of the shopping street (you will pass it on your way from shuttle/walk down) and offer you their service at around 50CNY/pp to get you to 916 stop back to Beijing (last 916 from Huairou leaves at 18:50 and costs 12CNY)

Practical tips from a non-experienced hiker:

- you don't pay for the entrance to the Great Wall (40 CNY) as you approached the paid part from the back [photo of a tree with loads of ribbons is just next to this spot -attached]
- take a lot of water (at least 2l per person as there is no place to buy it and if it's sunny you may dehydrate quickly)
- trousers covering all legs and long sleeves are strooongly recommended (we did it with long trousers and T-Shirts so it is possible however there were a few moments of rain, wind and high climb, bushes where I would really love to have by hoodie with me!)
- wearing hiking shoes will help or at least wear sports shoes which you tested are not slippery at all!!!! THIS IS KEY, if you want to enjoy your experience without injuries and bruises I would say DO NOT wear sandals, heels, flip-flops
- have 5CNY/pp ready as after around 1.5-2h of climbing you will get to a point where local person takes a small fee for ladders he placed on the way (without them we wouldn't be able to do it so bless him!); you can buy water/beer/coke here too for a flat price 5CNY per bottle/can) [photo attached]
there seem to be 2-3 more spots like this however those were empty when we were there

Climbing/trekking feedback:

- absolutely worth every single sweat drop!
- it may be challenging for those who are not on an average fit level (I'm not saying it's not doable and definitely worth it , just want to make sure you are aware it will include climbing a bit of steep walls etc)
- strong arms will help a lot as sometimes you need to climb up and use your hands rather than legs to proceed
- views are stunning and it's so calm here that you can barely realize it's China [some photos attached]
- I would say it is not accessible for kids as sometimes you have to jump/climb 1-1.2 meter up in one move ;) (some people mentioned they took their kids there and from reading the reviews I have an impression they did not do the full path but I might not have the full picture of course!)

Our costs (2 people):
- 916 bus Beijing-Huairou return - 24x2 = 48CNY
- taxi from Huairou to Xizhazi village - 150CNY
- fee for 'safe passing' on the Wall - 10CNY (plus 10CNY for a small can of beer and coke) = 20CNY
- cable car down from the Wall to Mutianyu - 200 CNY (2x100)
- shuttle bus to Mutanyu station- 2x10 = 20CNY
- mini van to Huairou - 2x50 = 100CNY

Total: 540 CNY -> 270 CNY per person

Hope it helps!

Written September 22, 2017
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Sarah J
Banbury, UK15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Friends
wanted to hike the great wall of china but have an authentic experience. did some homework and found john at having read a few excellent reviews i made enquiries by email. john was quick to reply and wrote and spoke perfect english. the tour is self guided so john drove us out to the start point approx 2.5 hrs from beijing (depending on traffic) he was very professional and supplied us with lots of information, maps and water! john walked us the short distance to the start of the track at jiankou village and arranged our collection at mutianyu approx 6 hrs later (we took the longer horseshoe route- highly recommended and in our opinion the best part of the hike-this section is very steep but not a problem just take your time) as this is a private tour there is no time limit so enjoy your picnic on route. this section of the wall is 'wild'. the hike just to the wall takes approx one hour- you dont have to be young or superfit just take your time. some parts are scrabberly wear good shoes. just worn trainers in june and ok. the wall is covered in bushes but we wore just shorts n tshirt and again ok as bushes passable. when you reach the wall a local farmer magically appears to allow you to use his ladder to get onto the wall - only RMB 5.we only saw 5 other people on the wild section but this increases towards mutianyu. definately hike jiankou to mutianyu and not viceversa (youll thank me later) john lent us a chinese mobile phone to use whilst hiking in case of any problems. the cost of this private trip is RMB 800 for the car -so go alone or make a group -but there is no entrance costs just farmers ladder RMB 5! i cannot recommended john enough- i have never left a trip advisor review before but he is great and a lovely man- the great wild wall to ourselves was amazing. his website hereisbeijing also has useful photo reference guide for the hike- you can email him here or whatsapp +86 156 5231 8283
Written June 29, 2017
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Eve M
Berlin, Germany39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Couples
Me and my boyfriend did the hike from Jiankou to Mutianyu which I absolutely recommend, especially for unexperienced hikers.
It allowed us to see both the wild and the restored parts of the wall and both are beautiful. But Jiankou is the real deal, hands down. I will never forget this incredible feeling of standing atop Zhengbeilou tower and see how the wall winds across the mountain tops. We had the added bonus of being there in April, with the peach trees all in full bloom :) it really was an amazing sight.

The hike was strenuous, mainly because of the hardest part, the 45min hike up from the Xizhazi village. But it's doable even for unfit people like me and it is so incredibly rewarding.
The good thing about that route is, that at Zhengbeilou Tower, where you start on the wall, the "worst" part of the Jiankou section is behind you, making it a safe route even for unexperienced hikers.

I booked the tour with and John, our driver/guide was just incredible. He picked us up from the hotel in Beijing, drove us to the village and provided us with maps, directions, infos and tipps. Really everything we needed to know for the hike. He also gave us a phone so we could reach him and he communicated with us along the way to make sure we are doing ok. He picked us up at Mutianyu visitor center after the hike and at the end gave us a precious gift that was really nice and unexpected. I highly recommend him, also for the really good price.
When we communicated beforehand he was very responsive and even suggested to team up with another small group of 3 students so it lowered the price for us even further.

I can only rave about the trip, it was an amazing, unforgettable day.

Some good-to-know things about the hike:
- overall it was (I think) a 12km hike and took us about 5h or 5h 1/2; that is including some long pauses and various photo stops, the walk down from Mutianyu to the shuttle busses and the shuttle bus ride to the visitor center
- there are no toilets obviously, but there a few places where you can leave the wall and go into the woods ;)
- at Zhengbeilou tower (where you start) you can go up to the top of the tower and have a long break there, eat smth. and make a lot of fotos; BEST views of the entire hike
- most strenuous part is walking up from the village, from there on it is easier
- the so called Ox Horn Edge is not as hard to walk up, but going down is very slippery, slow and risky (i fell on my behind :P ), you can avoid it, by walking down the same way you came up and take the shortcut through the woods
- take money with you: you'll pay the man with the ladder to go up the wall (5 Yuan, which is fair), where you enter the restored Mutianyu section at tower 20, you have to pay the entry fee (45 Yuan, but make sure, the guys are wearing a uniform and give you a ticket, there have been reports of scammers), and you need some money for the shuttle bus (10 Yuan); if you don't want to walk down, you will also need 100 Yuan for the cable car or the slideway.
- please don't litter! especially on the wild wall; I wished I had brought a garbage bag to pick up all the plastic that people left there on the wall
Written April 23, 2017
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United Kingdom54 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Solo
I've been backpacking for 16 years and have seen many amazing places, all over the world. Whilst i still appreciate and am in awe at many of the things i see and do, few places really make me take a step back and think "WOW"! The Great Wall of China at Jiankou, did just that.

Words can't describe it. It was just amazing. I walked the section of Jiankou known as the "Beijing knot" to "Zhangbeilou". I was the only person there, so could enjoy this marvel of human construction along with the stunning mountain views all to myself in peace and quiet. The wall stretches for as far as the eye can see and makes one appreciate the scale of this landmark. While i can appreciate the reconstructed part of the wall at Badaling, i know i wouldn't have got the same experience from queuing for hours and being bombarded by hordes of noisy tour groups. For me this was magical.

Some of the wall is in bad condition and requires a scramble, or in some cases, going off the "road" in to the shrubbery and rejoining it several metres later. There is no fee for this section of the wall because officially, it's not open to the public. There is a 20 Yuan £2 / $3) price tag for entering Xizhazi village though. It's from this village you reach various sections of the Jiankou part of the Great Wall.

Please, anyone who visits this section of the wall, be careful not to impact it in a negative way. It's forbidden to come here, but not enforced. If people leave rubbish and take parts of the wall away, then the authorities will begin enforcing it, banning it to others in the future.
Written May 18, 2016
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Sydney, Australia17 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
We had done this hike on a lovely sunny day in early June. We hired a private driver who took us to the village at the beginning of the trek (a little over an hours drive from our hotel). There was a sign in the village which stated that this was not for tourists in order to preserve the wall, but I think our driver helped us out as he walked some of the way with us. We hiked with our toddler in tow (she was in a hiking backpack which my husband carried!), the hike took us between 4-5 hours with a few little stops on the way to admire the scenery. Our fitness levels are mediocre at best, but we're basically built for walking on flat surfaces, yet we managed to do this hike. My advice is go if you have an average level of fitness and make sure you're not prone to injuries (the ground is not flat, watch your knees and ankles). There is also a climb up a wall at the beginning once you get to the walled section (I included a shot of the little climb).

The beginning of the hike starts in the village, which is fairly steep (and relatively unmarked aside from the previous trekker trail - but easy enough to follow). It's through a forest canopy and is just wide enough to fit single file. The trail is dirt and rock, so may be slippery from wet leaves. This hike through the forest was tough, it was steep and you need to be prepared to brush branches and bugs away from you (bring insect repellent for this part). I can't remember but it may have taken us 1.5 hours to get through that bit, as you get higher, you get a beautiful view of sections of the wall.

Once you reach the end of the forest hike, you get to the beginning of the walled section. I've read in some posts that some people have ladders to climb up the beginning part, however on the day we went, we relied on a small pile of rocks - see pic (I mean a tiny pile of rocks stacked up to just get you high enough to touch the top) to climb up about 2.5-3 metres (there were 2 consecutive parts like this). It was impossible to climb up with a toddler, thankfully we had strangers who pitched in by pulling our toddler up first (thank you whoever you are!!). I'm 5ft 2, so I had to use my arms to hoist myself a little bit extra to get there. The view from this part is amazing (really great photo opportunity).

The rest of the walk is relatively easy compared to the forest hike, but my caution is that the beginning section of the wall is not maintained (see pictures). Some parts of the wall are a little dangerous (loose footing and no walls), but with common sense you can get through fine (it's relatively flat). We skipped the Oxhorn section of the great wall because it was probably a little too difficult with the little one in tow. We did this by turning off at one of the watch towers (I think either the second or third from the beginning of the wall). This path is marked by some pink / red ribbons, you just stay on the wall until you see a watch tower marked by these ribbons and follow them (it isn't extremely obvious, as the ribbons are sparingly placed, but follow along the pathway to bypass the Oxhorn. Once you reach the renovated sections of the wall its a matter of conquering some steps (there is a steep stairway which we had to pay the ticket fair of app 60yuan each). You can see my picture for an ideas of how steep the stairs are (just before the stairs you need to step over a wall to get through). This renovated part of the wall eventually leads to the cable car which we caught (I cannot remember the price, but it was expensive).

At the end of the cable car ride, you need to buy a bus ticket to travel back to the waiting area. It was relatively cheap (10/20 yuan each), but I cannot remember the price and the ticket booth we missed along the way, so keep your eyes peeled.

All in all, it was well worth the trip. We chose to skip Badaling and do this section instead, and it was worth it. It wasn't crowded - you can take photos without people in the background (we went on a weekend). There were enough people along the way to reassure you that you won't get injured and be without help. Make sure you bring water and snacks (and obviously, there are no bathrooms along the way and no bins). There was a little make shift tent on the older sections of the wall where there was a lady selling water, but I do believe most people passed her by.

Believe me, we're not fit, but we could do it!! We also did Mt Huangshan and in my opinion that was much harder because it was stairs on a steep incline. Our daughter was fine with hat and sunscreen and we even let her out for a little walk on the maintained section (where we saw some elderly and younger children walk).

Enjoy the walk, start out early and finish just after lunch time.
Written July 31, 2018
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Colleen B
Calgary, Canada30 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Family
We hiked this part of the Great Wall on a private tour (with Great Wall Adventure Club). We were a family of 4 - 2 adults and 2 girls ages 7 & 9. The hike to reach the wall took just over an hour for us. We hike quite a bit, but this hike up was pretty strenuous for our 7 year old, but she did manage it (with only a few tears!). The first 45 minutes is mostly just steep-graded walking path upwards and the last 15 minutes are steps (these were much easier then the sloped path). Once you reach the wall it is amazing! The hike on the wall was good and not too difficult, though you do need to watch your step. At one point there is a short cut to avoid a really steep uphill and downhill to 1 watchtower. Given we had the kids and the hill looked quite steep and dangerous, we did take the shortcut. To go up and down the hill would probably take an hour and the shortcut was about 10 minutes. Our total hiking time from drop-off to the bottom of the toboggan down for just over 4 hours. It was quite busy on the wall the whole way, but especially once you reach the Mutainyu section. We took the toboggan down which was fun. For this they made our 7 yr old ride with an adult, but our relatively tall 9 yr old was able to go alone.

We liked this part of the wall, but 2 days later we did the Jinshanling section from West gate to East gate and we enjoyed that one better - more amazing views, way less people and the no hard 1 hour hike to reach the wall. We would recommend that section over this one, however it is a farther drive from Beijing.
Written July 1, 2015
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