Beijing Great Wall Map The Great Wall around Beijing fans out from its east, through its north and to its west with a length of 630km. It meanders the mountains and valleys in the six districts of Beijing including Pingu, Miyun, Huairou, Changping, Yanqing and Mengtougou.
The Great Wall of Beijing is divided into many sections according to the common practice formed in the past. All the sections of the Great Wall have their own unique names which are mostly named after their geographical locations and folklore.
All the sections of the Great Wall around Beijing fall into three categories - restored sections, partially restored and unrestoried. It is relatively safe to hike the restored and partially restored sections of the Great Wall because these sections are officially opened to the public with administrated safety measures. Those unrestored sections of the Great Wall are wild, risky and treacherous for climbing, which are not officially opened to the public and unrestored great wall hikers have to be responsible for their own safety.
For your glimpse of the Great Wall around Beijing, we provide 8 tourist maps for the 8 sections of the Great Wall around Beijing including Simatai (partially restored), Jinshanling (partially restored), Gubeikou (partially restored), Mutianyu (restored), Jiankou (unrestored), Huanghuacheng (unrestored), Badaling (restoresd) and Juyongguan (restored).
The General Layout of the Great Wall around Beijing
The 8 Section Maps of the Great Wall around Beijing
|Badaling Great Wall Map
||Juyongguan Great Wall Map
|Huanghuacheng Great Wall Map
||Mutianyu Great Wall Map
|Jiankou Great Wall Map
||Gubeikou Great Wall Map
|Jinshanling Great Wall Map
||Simatai Great Wall Map
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