Hiking the Great Wall of China at JianKou 箭扣, BeiJing

An awesome video - don't miss it !

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Bonus films - ChenJiaPu 陈家沟 'wild' Great Wall ...

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Hiking the 'wild wall' is technically illegal for conservation reasons, and safety concerns. However, permits are available. It is recommended to go with a guide; 'dangerous' is not hype in places like JianKou - be careful - don't go alone, take your time, have a mobile and water with you, etc.

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