You can hike, climb and look into the distance on the Simatai Great Wall. You can climb on the signal towers to experience their uniqueness. On the Simatai Great Wall, you can enjoy fresh air and blue sky. Even the breeze seems to carry historic legends. When you look down the mountain, you can see the Yuanyang Lake with ripples that looks like a mirror. The setting sun sheds light through your fingers. The light are those traveling from the Ming Dynasty. You will for sure have a memorable experience in the open space on the mountains.
CLIMBING THE SIMATAI GREAT WALL, YOU CAN TRAVEL BACK IN TIME
Running in the town cuddled by mountains, you can let your imagination run wild. Hiking on the precipitous Simatai Great Wall, you are in the river of history.
AT SIMATAI, YOU CAN LEARN THE MAGNIFICENCE OF THE GREAT WALL
The scenery is unique because the Wall is surrounded by forests and its geographic location is very delicate.
CLIMBING THE SIMATAI GREAT WALL IS A REFRESHING WAY TO DO SOME EXERCISE.
Novice hikers may only reach the third tower known as the Sanyan Tower (Three-eye tower literally), while more experienced hikers may challenge themselves by trying to reach the seventh tower or Wangting, the one with the most complicated structure.
If you are an expert hiker, you cannot miss the chance to appreciate the magnificent view on the top tower.
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.