Today, we will visit Jiayuguan. The scenic area will open at 9:00, and there will be 4 buses at the entrance of the scenic spot.
Jiayuguan has been playing for about 3 hours. It is recommended to have a tour guide. If you like humanities, you will learn more about Jiayuguan. Today's weather is particularly good, arrived at 7:30 in the morning, want to go to the sunrise, but the scenic area is not allowed to enter, you must wait until 9 o'clock before you can enter the gate, the gate is about 500 meters away from the city tower.
But the weather is very strong, and Jiayuguan has a warm layer, I like it very much.
In the winter, Jiayuguan was very late, and the sunrise time was about 8:40 in the morning. We got up early in the morning to shoot the sunrise. The weather was very cold, about minus 7 degrees Celsius. I brought all the thick clothes and hat scarves and gloves, and I still feel cold, but there is no wind. At the moment of
sunrise, the Jiayuguan Great Wall was shrouded in daylight, and it felt very beautiful.
Opening time: 9:00
It is recommended to prepare early, preferably please guide.
After more than 600 years of wind, frost, rain and snow, the vicissitudes of life, still standing in the rising sun and the moon, this is the silk road throat in the northwest, all the way to go, finally arrived, after Jiayuguan rides along the lakeside Came to the Xiongguan Fortress, Jiayuguan is located 5 kilometers west of Jiayuguan City, Gansu Province. It is the first level of the west end of the Ming Great Wall. It is also the throat of the ancient "Silk Road", standing on the wall and waiting for a grand sunset. There is a kind of vastness that can't be said.
Jiayuguan is known as the world's first Xiongguan. It is the only way to the Silk Road. It is also an ancient military heavy ground. It is connected to the Canary Great Wall of Heishan in the north and the first pier in the south. It is about 9 years earlier than Shanhaiguan. Half of the desert, half of the blue sky, magnificent and magnificent, the wind is raging, and the winter is more harsh.
Jiayuguan Pass is the first frontier fortress at the west end of the Ming dynasty Great Wall of China. It features an inner city wall and outer city wall, as well as three large towers and a number of watchtowers. The site also boasts a number of other historical attractions and architecture. The wall provides a stunning view over the local landscape and the Gobi Desert. The Qilian Mountains can be seen in the distance.