Conquer preserved sections of China’s greatest man-made structure as you hike the Wild Great Wall. Steeped in history and surrounded by yellow wild flowers, this section boasts some of the wall’s most photogenic views.
I met the driver in the lobby of my hotel, and head northwest to the Wild Great Wall of China. Walk the way along the wall and enjoy the changing panorama created by the varying, steep gradients and the nearby lake. I recommend to bring a lunch box with you, and enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the wall’s many watchtowers and see the wall crowning neighboring mountains as far as the eye can see. Drive back into town and spend the Afternoon at your leisure.
Suggestions for the Afternoon: Bell & Drum Tower, These two structures stand above the Hutongs to represent the symbol of the Old City; Houhai (or Back Sea), A man-made lake in Beijing, Houhai is a picturesque lake that is very popular among locals. This artificial lake is surrounded by shops and tea houses. You can take boat tours or simply stroll along the walkway taking in the energetic atmosphere. From here you can easily reach Pipe Street, the Drum and Bell Tower and easily explore the hutongs.
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