Mutianyu Great Wall in Autumn

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Plan your Beijing tour in autumn? If you are interested in the fall foliage in Beijing, the best time to visit Beijing falls on between October 15 and November 15 each year when the autumn leaves are at their best – yellow, orange, pink, and red.
 
There are plentiful places around Beijing for leaf peepers including Mutianyu Great Wall, about 70km north of Beijing. Mutianyu Great Wall is well known for its densly vegetation – smoke trees, persimmon, hawthorn, gingko, torch trees, birch, aspen, hickories, chestnut, walnut, sawtooth oak, jujube and more to beautify Beijing in autumn.
 
There are totally 23 towers on Mutianyu Great Wall snaking up from east No 01 Tower to west No.23 Tower. You have three ways to reach the Great Wall – walking up either to Tower No.6 or 8; take a chairlift up to the Tower No.06 or a slide down from the tower No.06; take a cable car up to the Tower No.14. Once you are on the wall, you either hike up to the west direction or down to the east direction.
 
 
The Route Map of Mutianyu Great Wall 

The Route Map of Mutianyu Great Wall

 
Take a chairlift up or slide down at Tower No.06 

Take a chairlift up or slide down

 
Walking up either to the Tower 6 or 8 

Walking up either to the Tower 6 or 8

Take a cable car up to the Tower 14 

Take a cable car up to the Tower 14

 
We are approaching Mutianyu Great Wall. 

We are approaching Mutianyu Great Wall.

A colorful corner of the Wall 

A colorful corner of the Wall

 
The Wall blanketed by color leaves.

Teh Wall blanketed by color leaves.

 
Sunlights and the autumn Wall

Sunlights and the autumn Wall

 
A colourful maze 

A colourful maze

 
Brilliant leaves at the Wall 

Brilliant leaves at the Wall

Blue sky, white clouds and the Wall

Blue sky, white clouds and the Wall

 
Sure, she is amazed!

Sure, she is amazed!

 
The endless wall of colors!

The endless wall of colors!

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