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Great Wall at Jiankou

Introducing to Great Wall at Jiankou, Great Wall at Jiankou Guide, Great Wall at Jiankou Travel Guide
Article from Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism

Jiankou Great Wall is located at Xizhaizi Village, 30 km from Huairou District, and 70 km from Beijing. It will take a two-hour driving from Beijing downtown.

Originally Jiankou Great Wall was built in Tang Dynasty and was restored largely in the Ming Dynasty. Jiankou Great Wall connects to Mutianyu Great Wall in the east and Huanghuacheng Great Wall in the west. Jiankou Great Wall is the most dangerous and steep section of all Ming Dynasty Great Wall. The section is more easily reached from villages like Xizhazi and Jiushuikeng at the north side of the wall, locally known as Hou Jiankou, than from the south, called Qian Jiankou

Because of its connection with Mutianyu, along with its relative sparseness in visitors, the Jiankou-Mutianyu trail is one of the most popular Great Wall hikes today.

Because of its connection with Mutianyu, along with its relative sparseness in visitors, the Jiankou-Mutianyu trail is one of the most popular Great Wall hikes today.

Quick Facts on Great Wall at Jiankou 

Name: Great Wall at Jiankou 
Location: 130Km Northwest of Beijing
Dates: Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644)
Best Time to Visit: September to October
Recommended Time for a Visit: 6 Hours
Opening Hours: 08:30 - 16:30
Admission Fee: Free

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