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We were taken here while on a tour so wasn't our choice. I understand this is a less popular choice of great wall sites. This is really well restored! Thr climb is very steep with uneven steps, but you will be amazed and how many...More
Jiangjunguan Great Wall is a section that isn't nearly as crowded as Badaling but still easily accessible to Beijing. I've been to three sections of the Wall and this was the steepest and the least crowded. In fact, at the end of a very nice...More
Climb as high as you can and enjoy the immense panoramic views and imagine the lives that built this wall. A nice area to rest, shop, and eat. A bit of a bus ride to arrive at the entrance but well worth it. Enjoyed the...More
Built a few years(joking) ago!
I looked in wonderment, how did this structure evolve such a long time ago, and still be standing in reasonably good condition( this section)
But looking at it from a 21st century outlook, how can you manoeuvre troops in a...More
The views are more spectacular and you can hike on the undeveloped parts of the wall here for quite a distance. The first time I was here was before the olympics and you could actually camp on the wall and have food brought up from...More
The great wall is one of the must see attractions in the world. No visit to China is compet without walking the steep stairs or looking out the high towers. This area is about 3-4 hours upside Beijing so there are far less tourist and...More