Sitting inside the helicopter, a rare landscape unfolds in front of you: the Simatai Great Wall starts from Wangjing Tower in the east and ends with Houchuankou in the west. It looks like a dragon and zigzags on the mountains. You have the chance to see the mountains covered in red leaves. You will encounter picturesque mountains and dense pine tree forest. Looking in the distance, you can see the border lines; nearer to you is the lighted town.
APPRECIATING WTOWN ON THE HELICOPTER
On Robinson R44 for sightseeing capable of 15-minute low-flying, you can look down on the ancient Wtown and the Simatai Great Wall.
LOOKING DOWN FROM HIGH IN THE AIR AND ENJOYING THE UNIQUE VIEW
The flight are executed by one of the top flying clubs in China. They have rich flight management experience to ensure your safety.
HIGH-ALTITUDE HOT-AIR BALLOON RIDE, A ROMANTIC TRIP WITH YOUR BELOVED ONE
Taking a balloon, you can tour the Wtown from a different perspective and getting a brand-new experience.
You can stand on the Great Wall to overlook the lofty mountains. You can experience history by climbing the Great Wall, just like an old man coming from the past.
Simatai in history
The Simatai Great Wall was first built in 1368. It starts from Wangjing Tower in the east and ends with Houchuankou in the west. It is the only existing part of the Great Wall that can demonstrate the original appearance of the Ming Dynasty Great Wall.
The Simatai Great Wall is beautiful for its primitive simplicity, the vicissitude it experienced, its loftiness, ruggedness and vitality.