The Great Wall at Huangya Pass is located at the northern end of Tianjin’s Ji County. This section of the Great Wall first began construction during the Northern Qi Dynasty of China’s North-South States era. During the Ming era, Yu Jiguang presided over the restoration of this ancient segment of the Great Wall. This section of the Great Wall is located among steep mountains. At the foot of the Great Wall, there are many farmhouse restaurants providing both food and lodging. This is favorite destination among the residents of nearby cities to take a leisurely weekend getaway. There are two entrances to the Great Wall at Huangya Pass, west and east. The west and main entrance is located at Huangya Pass and the east entrance is at Taiping Fortress. A good way to see the majority of the site is to start walking along the Great Wall from one entrance until you get to the other entrance. There is a museum and Beiji Temple close by.
If you are in Tianjin and find yourself in Ji County, you will be able to find the Dule Temple on Yuyang Ancient Street. The temple dates back to the Sui Dynatsy. It was rebuilt during the Liao Dynasty. It is one of only three remaining temples from the Liao Dynasty in China. During its time in Tang Dynasty, it found itself under the jurisdiction of the Central Plains. When the Liao Dynasty came along, it found itself in a more remote area. Even though the architectural style of the Central Plains has changed, you will still find that temple has the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty. It has also managed to retain ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing eras. The ability to compare all is these architectural styles that represent the different dynasties is very special.
The Jiulong Peak Natural Scenic Area is located in Changzhou Village, Xiaying Town, Ji County, Tianjin. Xiyi is in Beijing, Tangshan in the east, Tianjin in the south, Chengde in the north, and the heart of the four major cities in Beijing, Tianjin, Tang and Cheng. It is connected with the Huangyaguan Great Wall, Baxian Mountain and Qingdong Mausoleum. It is a representative mountain body in the middle and upper Paleozoic standard strata of the National Nature Reserve.
The name of the Eight Immortals Mountain comes from the legendary Eight Immortals and is a good place for relaxation and mountain climbing in the Beijing-Tianjin region. There are heavy forests on the mountains and there are waterfalls between the trees. The environment all around is beautiful. Every autumn, the scenery of the hills and mountains is full of beauty. The natural scenery of Baxianshan Nature Reserve is particularly peculiar. It is also possible to see ancient stone walls dating back several billion years. Nowadays, it has become a representative natural botanical garden in North China, with a high forest coverage rate and it can be called a natural oxygen bar. The main peak of the Baxianshan Mountain is the "Yanglou", which climbs to the top of the mountain and offers a panoramic view of the nearby lake and forest.