Gubeikou Great Wall One Day Tour
Hiking tour from Gubeikou Great Wall to Jinshanling Great Wall
- Tour type: private tour
- Departure: daily
- Duration: 1 day
- Escorted: yes
- Language: English
- Level: easy
- Kids or elders: possible
- Shopping: exclude
- Starting place: hotel in Beijing
- Finishing place: hotel in Beijing
Be picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide and private vehicle at 08:30 am.
Drive around 2 and half hours to reach Gubeikou Great Wall.
The Great Wall was built and maintained between the 7th century BC and 17th century BC. It was originally built to protect the empire from northern invaders. The Great Wall stretches through the countryside over deserts, hills and plains for 8,851.8 kilometers.
Hiking from Gubeikou Great Wall to Jinshanling Great Wall.
Gubeikou Great Wall was an important strategic pass, along with Shanhaiguan Pass and Juyongguan Pass. Constructed in 1368, the great wall stretches for about 40 kilometers with 14 beacon towers and 143 watch towers. It is the most dangerous and splendid section of the Great Wall. see Gubeikou Great Wall Tour map.
Jinshanling was first built in the mid-6th century. It is the longest fully-restored Great Wall with 22 original style watchtowers. Jinshanling Great Wall features picturesque landscape with 90% forest coverage rate. The scenery in spring and autumn is excellent. Jinshanling Great Wall is not so crowded as Badaling section. Cable car is optional to get the top to have a bird view. see Jinshanling Great Wall Tour map.
Be transferred back to your hotel after the whole day tour at around 18:00.
Gubeikou Great Wall Photo
- 1 people: 293
- 2 people: 166
- 3 people: 144
- 4 people: 121
- 5 people: 106
- 6 people: 93
- 7 people: 93
- 8 people: 87
- 9 people: 82
- 10 people: 73
- Include ↓
- Air-conditioned private car or van,
- Admission fee of mentioned attractions,
- English-speaking tour guide,
- Meals as mentioned,
- Fuel, expressway cost and parking cost,
- Pick-up from and transfer back to your hotel
- Exclude ↓
- Gratuities to guides and drivers,
- Personal expense.