Breath-taking views and fresh air when you finally reach the top of "The Great Wall" one of the wonders of the world.
About The Great Wall at Badaling
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At first I really excited going to this place. I directly bought for pulley's car return ticket, recommended by the travelling forum. Afterwards, it felt all wrong since I had to queue for 1 hour before getting on the pulley. But again, it's really under...More
Although it was a bit crowded, if you venture to the left, although it is steep, there is a hand rail most of the way, and less crowds to deal with.
As we climb higher and higher, it leads to a most amazing view. We had our the trip on a beautiful and perfect sunny day, the sky was bright and clear and looked very close to us. The mountains all around so huge and spectacular....More
This hike on the remote part of the wall was the highlight of my life and a experience I will never forget. The views and the feeling of having the world beneath you is priceless. It is not a easy climb so have enough water...More
This is perhaps one of the easiest access to the Great Wall. As expected, full of people, but still very enjoyable. Taking a cable car was a cheat. I bet, each season presents a new face of this heritage site.
Even though the rain was pouring down at us and we almost slipped all the way down the stairs, this was an incredible experience! We had so much fun getting tedious butt exercise, this is honestly great exercise, our legs were shaking all the way...More
Definitely one off the bucket list, and lived up to expectations! Amazing views and spectacular scenery. But be warned, not for the faint hearted. This was a serious climb! But worth every step to get to the top. Every visitor to Beijing should go. Amazing...More
A group of us walked to the 12th fort on this section of the wall - it was very tough as it is so steep it is mostly deep staircases - we counted that we had climbed 1986 steps - in 30+ degree heat! There...More
A typical paid tour service in a foreign country. Spend very little time at the main event - Great Wall, 1.5 hours, spend 45 minutes at Ming tomb. Spend 3 hours driving, then the rest of the time being shown and pressed to buy something...More