Youth Hotel

No.3 Jianshe West Road, Jiayuguan, Gansu, 735100, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.3 Jianshe West Road, Jiayuguan, is near Great Wall at Jiayuguan Pass, Wèi-Jìn Tombs, The First Peacon Tower, and Qilian Mountains.
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    Travel Blogs from Jiayuguan

    End of the Great Wall of China

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 04, 2014

    30 photos

    ... with examples of what the military training would have been like back in the day. Our final stop on the little tour was the western most point of the Great Wall. Although it is crumbling, it is neat to say that I have been to the very end of the Great Wall. We bushed camp along the Great Wall and when I say along the Great Wall, I mean my tent was literally against it. Not an experience I'm going to forget any time ...

    Jiayuguan Fort & the Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... wall straddling across 15 of China's modern day provinces. Today about 8000 km remain visible. In 1984, after Deng Xiao Ping visited Jiayuguan, he called for the Chinese to be proud of their country and rebuild the Great Wall. Since then, and throughout the country, renovation projects have been initiated. This is well catalogued at a permanent exhibition at the Jiayuguan fort where there are photos illustrating before and after restoration. Much of the historical ...

    The Mouth of China

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jun 18, 2014

    34 photos

    ... rice oaddies and villages to stop adjacent to the Great Wall. Here the wall is in original state , no restoration. The Wall runs due east and is about 3 meter high. Worn down in places and bisected by roads it is an impressive structure. Sunset, a cold night followed by sunrise. Left early to head east through a wide flat valley of rich farms. Tidy green fields of rice, wheat, potatoes the desert banished by irrigation channels managed ...

    To Dunhuang through the desert

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... of black mulch fabric. Not a square inch of ground is wasted. Once again, it seems to be all hand labour, without a machine in sight. Nearly all the houses have solar thermal units, but we don't see any photovoltaics: odd given that Chinese manufacturers dominate the market for these. Later on we are taken aback to see a large expanse of open water, but on consulting the map discover that seasonal rivers from the mountains peter out hereabouts so there are salt ...

    Jiayuguan, the last station on the Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 19, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the poetry of the time as the end of civilisation and the start of barbarian territory and exile. The Hexi corridor is at its narrowest here, just 9 kilometres between the Qilian Mountains to the south and the Mazong Shan to the north. In the earlier Tang era however, when China's reach extended west of the Pamirs, a system of walls and forts was built well beyond the Hexi corridor into the Taklamakan Desert and ending in the Lop Nor marshes. Their remains were surveyed ...