Mutianyu tourism bus 867, a good option to visit Great Wall

October, 8, 2014 updates: as the newly constructed parking lot is about 3 km away from the entrance of Mutianyu, taking a shuttle bus to Mutianyu / back to the parking lot would be a good option for you. The original parking lot near the entrance of Mutianyu was closed in July, 2014 to make room for shuttle bus stop.

From parking to Mutianyu: 5 – 7 minutes bus ride or 20 -30 minutes on foot each way. Shuttle bus charges 15CNY p.p for round trip or 10CNY for single journey.


August 29, 2014 updates: Mutianyu tourism bus 867 no longer stops at Mutianyu–It  ONLY drops you off at Hongluosi (Red Snail Temple / 红螺寺), which is about 20 km away from Mutianyu. Re-opening is unclear. Bus 916 is still valid, you can check the option 1 below for detail information of bus 916.



June 27, 2014 updates: According to Mutianyu cable car / toboggan / chair lift company, the cost to ride a Mutianyu cable car / toboggan / chair lift will go up from 60RMB one way to 80RMB on June 28th, 2014, a 20 RMB increase. For children, the cost will increase from 40RMB one way to 50RMB.

Fares: Cable car conductors only accept cash.


If this is your first and most likely only trip to Beijing, and you don’t want to spend the majority of the day coming and going on pubic transportation, hiring a private car is a better option. If you are travelling with 3 or 4 friends, this way is much more cost-efficient.

Looking for a cheap, reliable car hire service? Check out our Great Wall car rental service page; Car hire to Great Wall from Beijing.

Mutianyu tourism bus 867 is a good option to visit the Great Wall if you are a little bit adventurous, and plan a whole day trip to it. As recent price increases at many tourist sights in Beijing, visiting Mutianyu by bus is a good option on the cheap. However, if you don’t want to spend the majority of the day coming and going on public transportation, then hiring a private car is a much more cost efficient.

Two options: Beijing to Mutianyu Great Wall

Option 1: Catch the 916 bus at the Dongzhimen bus transfer depot in Beijing to Huairou Bei Dajie, (Huairou, a small county north of Beijing). It takes a little more than an hour from Dongzhimen to Huairou and the cost is around 5RMB by using Beijing IC Card/ commuter pass. From Huairou bus stop bargain with one of the mini-bus or car drivers and drive out to Mutianyu (20 minutes on the way) which costs around 20RMB to 40RMB per person.

Option 2: Mutianyu bus 867 from Dongzhimen Outer that starts at 7am and 8:30am is the best way to reach Mutianyu by bus so far.


Where is the 867 tourism bus station in Beijing?

Tourism 867 bus station is on the outside bus transfer depot at Dongzhimen Outer. The bus transfer depot is just outside of exit B of Dongzhimen Line 2 subway station. There are signs, in English, throughout the subway station pointing you toward the bus transfer depot and exit B. Most of the buses are inside bus transfer depot in a massive building. Mutianyu tourism bus 867 station is on the OUTSIDE bus transfer depot and a little bit difficult to find.



The easiest way to find it is to go to the main entrance of Dongzhimen Outer bus transfer depot then walk anticlock wise around the block until you get to the another bus station (20 – 25 minutes on foot). Mutianyu tourism bus 867 returns back to Beijing at 2pm and 4pm which take around 2.5hrs back to city (Dongzhimen). The discount price is 6.4RMB by using Beijing IC Card and the full price is around 16RMB.



At Mutianyu, just wait at No,3 parking pot to catch Mutianyu tourism bus 867. So if you reach the bus stop (No,3 parking lot) before 4pm, you can catch tourism bus 876 all the way back to Beijing. After 4pm you have to take mini-bus to Hauirou then another bus back to Beijing. Remember that Mutianyu tourism bus 867 runs daily during tourist season from March 15 to November 15 every year.


How difficult / easy is it to go to Mutianyu by public transport?

Mutianyu is not so easy by public transport, especially in winter when Mutianyu tourism bus 867 is closed. Getting there by bus would add to the sense of adventure. You have to spend time on changing stations & locating bus stops, take a couple of minutes to figure out where you are. If there are more than two of you, a private car is really good value for your money than without having to rely on public transport.

In winter, there isn’t normally a direct service (tourism bus 867) to Mutianyu Great Wall. You’ll have to take bus 916 Express to Huairou town and then get a taxi from there. Allow 1.5 hours to take bus 916 Express from Dongzhimen Hub to Huairou, plus another half hours to get to the Great Wall itself. By public transport, you’ll need to block out more time for Mutianyu than if you go by private car.

Book a Private Car with driver to Mutianyu Great Wall

Hiring a private car for excursions outside the city is a good choice if you are not travelling on budget and want to avoid the crowded people and traffic. If you are travelling with 3 or 4 friends, this way is much more cost-efficient. To make things more interesting, hiring an English speaking guide (550CNY per day, 8-9 working hours) is a good option if it works for you. Please bear in mind that the driver speaks little English, so if any problem arises please call our office  (+86 185 1025 4530)  if there is any misunderstanding with the driver.

Vehicle (Car, Van, Coach) Rental Rates (RMB)

Options Airport-pickup/ drop off Mutianyu+Ming Tombs  Longqing Gorge Badaling / Huanghuacheng Mutianyu Great Wall  Mutianyu+Summer Palace Jinshanling & Simatai West 
4 seats Redflag
250 790 800 750 690 790 990
6 seats Refine 350 850 900 890 850 890 1190
9 seats MB100
450 1050 1100 990 990 1090 1390
13 seats MB100
550 1490 1390 1390 1390 1490 1890

Weekend Special!

Enjoy weekend rate of 600RMB for a four-seater car to visit the splendid Mutianyu Great Wall. Explore the spectacular Mutianyu on an intimate, private car trip. Recommended length of visit: 2-4 hours. Check out Mutianyu travel guide for more tips.

The cost includes: 
  • City accommodation pick up / drop off
  • Quality vehicle with A/C
  • Exclusive professional driver
  • Transportation fees
  • Parking fees, gasoline
Extra costs includes:
  • 60RMB p.p entrance fees to Mutianyu
  • 80RMB p.p for single journey of chairlift / toboggan / cable car (optional)
  • 100RMB p.p for round trip of chairlift / toboggan / cable car (optional)
  • Meal and tips
Price Promises:
  • No factory / shopping stop
  • No hidden costs
  • Quality time on attractions
  • Honest prices, no surprise
Related Links:    Mutianyu- Fantastic Toboggan Ride and Best Short Hike
Related Tours:  Jiankou Hiking plus Mutianyu Toboggan Ride

68 Responses to “Mutianyu tourism bus 867, a good option to visit Great Wall”

  1. Thank you for the wonderful information & pictures. We took the bus today and everything went flawlessly. Instructions are 100% spot on and the total round-trip on bus 867 was 12.80 RMB. You cannot beat that.

    Thank you for the help.

    • Ricky

      Hi, Warren, Nice to know you had a successful Great Wall trip. Now you can start to make your Great Wall story :). Enjoy your holiday!

    • Hi Warren,

      I am very interested in your experience, I’m in Beijing now and am planning to do the DIY Mutianyu trip. I read on wikitravel that the 867 bus changed routes and doesn’t go to mutianyu. However your reply is less than 2 weeks ago, so I was wondering if the bus does indeed still go to Mutianyu?


  2. Julia Chan

    Hi Ricky,
    I am planning to Mutianyu DIY. Can I ask specifically the bus will leave 3 different time (07:00hr, 08:00hr & 09:00hr) to Mutianyu? Also, return is only 2 timing (14:00hr & 16:00hr) daily?

    I am staying Novotel Beijing Peace hotel and I will need to take a subway to Dongzhimen. What is the estimated subway time ride and walking time once I arrive from Dongzhimen station to this bus 856? Appreciate your soonest reply.

  3. Ricky

    Hi, Julia
    Look at the sixth picture of this page then you may notice that the bus leaves at 7am or 8.30am (2 different time) and 2 timing for return. It may take 10-15min to reach Dongzhimen and the walking time from Dongzhimen to bus station is around 15-20 min. Good luck and enjoy your trip!

  4. Martha

    I’m confused about the travel times – it looks like the 916+minibus trip (option 1) is only a little over an hour and a half, while the 867 takes 2.5 hours from end to end. Is that correct, and if so, why? Does the 916 have that many fewer stops?

  5. I took this trip today, Sunday 2 Sept. 2012, and it worked perfectly. I left my hotel (near Beitucheng on subway line 10 and 8) at 7:40, arrived at Dengzhimen station about 30 minutes later on line 13. The signs from line 13 are less obvious than those from line 2 — just try to find signs that say “south exit” and that works fine. Then I walked around to find the “outer” bus station, which even with the google map was not totally obvious. Leave yourself a little extra time. In particular, there’s a road that’s actually the entry to the main bus station that you do not want to turn on, and there’s also a bus parking lot right next to the outer bus station. Anyway I found the 867 bus before it left, and I asked the driver and attendant to make sure (using a version of “Mutianyu Great Wall” written in chinese script (try google translate)). The bus left promptly at 8:30am. I don’t think it’s appropriate to call this a tourist bus, because I was the only tourist on it (it was a rainy Sunday right before school starts…). There are many stops along the way, well over 10. This includes a stop, not far from the wall, where the driver and attendant briefly got out of the bus! I got out and asked other people how to get to “Mutianyu great wall,” and they told me to get back on the bus. This stop is called Hong Luo Si. After very close to 2.5 hours, I was dropped off at the great wall parking lot (they told me to get off). I walked up to the wall along the entire permitted length, and back in less than 3 hours. The 867 bus returned about 8 minutes before 2pm, and picked me up at the exact same spot as it had left me off. There is a big sign mentioning bus 867 here. Because I had extra time I tried to identify “Parking Lot 3,” but this was basically a waste of time — it’s where all the buses are. The return trip to Donzhimen station took 2 hours and 20 minutes.

  6. Tony

    Such great advice! I am going to try this trip next week! It seems that now as it is winter my only option will be bus 916. Can someone tell me how frequently it leaves from Beijing? Are there only 2 per day like tourist bus 867? I will be traveling alone if anyone would like to join me on 01/24/2013 for this adventure. Many thanks!

  7. Thun

    Thanks a million,Ricky!

    How lucky I am to find your website! Finally, I found where I can get the 867 bus o Mutianyu. Quite relieve now.

  8. Marcus

    Thanks for all these awesome reports – helps me a lot!

    One question I have.. how is the bus time tabel in the morning from Huairou back to Beijing
    (if i go back from Mutianyu in the morning)??

    Thanks guys

    • Ricky

      Hi Marcus, Mutianyu tourism bus 867 goes back to Beijing only at 2pm and 4pm from Mutianyu. In that case, you need to hire a mini-bus or car drivers and drive out to Huairou where you can take bus 916 back to Beijing. Happy travels!

  9. Dana

    Hi, thanks for all this information it is so helpful! I just have one question – is it possible (or necessary) to book a ticket for 867# in advance? I know it is National Holiday season so I want to make sure I can get an available seat if I simply show up on the day of departure? Thanks! :)

    • Ricky

      Generally bus timetable is not very regular so you can’t book a bus ticket in advance. There are 3 ways to pay on buses: Transportation Smart Card, cashbox, or pay cash to the bus conductor. The National Holiday season is drawing to a close, it should be much easier to ride bus 867 than before.

  10. Raymond

    it seems like the service has stop operating for this year. There was a sign which states that the service stop running since 28th oct 2013.

    Was slightly late and may have miss the bus this morning

  11. Ricky, great article. I will be in Beijing in April 2014 and would like some assistance. I’ll be taking the subway from Dengshikou. Want to catch the 7 AM 867 bus to Mutianyu. Questions:
    1. What’s the best way and time to get to Dongzhimen station that leaves me enough time to find and get on 867 bus.
    2. Assuming it takes 2.5 hrs, is 3 hours touring Mutianyu Great Wall enough time to catch the 2 PM bus back?
    Appreciate any help.

    • Ricky

      Hi, Joe, Taking the subway early in the morning from Dengshikou would be a good idea. You could take line 5 to Lama Temple, then change line 2 to Dongzhimen (only 1 stop). As you have to spend some time on changing stations & locating subway stops, taking the subway from Dengshikou at 6am could leave you more time to find and get on 7AM 867 bus. For more tips on riding subway, you could check out this post:

      Mutianyu is often quiet compared with busy Badaling, you won’t take too much time getting on / off the wall from the parking lot. General speaking, 2.5 – 3 hours would be enough if touring Mutianyu alone. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Happy travels! Ricky

      • Thanks Ricky. I’ll take your advice. Also, would Mutianyu be crowded to where taking landscape photography be difficult? I’m thinking of a Friday or Saturday trip in April. Which day is better for less crowd (Friday or Saturday)?

        • Ricky

          Hi, Joe, unlike Badaling, Mutianyu is usually peaceful, often quiet, taking landscape photography won’t be difficult.

          As many Chinese would take the weekends to explore Mutianyu, avoiding visiting it on the weekends would be a good idea. Better visit Mutianyu on weekdays to avoid local crowds.

  12. Eddie

    Hello Ricky:
    Planning to go to Mutianyu on May 30th. We have 6 persons, do you think it’s a great idea to go by Tourism Bus 867? hope it’s runt by that time.

    • Ricky

      Hello Eddie,
      If you have the sense of adventure plus you are planning a full day trip to Mutianyu, then riding Tourism Bus 867 would be a good idea.

      While if you only have half day to spend on Mutianyu, and have a short stay in Beijing like 2 or 3 days, then hiring a private van for 6 persons is really good value for your money than without having to rely on public transport. You won’t have to spend time on changing stations & locating bus stops, take a couple of minutes to figure out where you are. This way is really cost effective as you only have limited time in Beijing.

  13. Rozy

    Hai Ricky, i’m in a need for help here. So i’ll be arriving at the beijing airport at 00:30, sleeping at the airport (which i do this quite a lot hehe) until 6 then off to Dongzhimen for 867 Bus to Greatwall Mutianyu.

    It will be on 16 March, yeah i know it’s sunday but that’ll be my only time to explore Mutianyu. Is it that full loaded going to Great Wall on Sunday? which i’m still gonna go either it’s crowded or not hehe. i have like whole day for Great wall so i have nothing to worry about.

    So 867 will be available when i get to Beijijng, won’t it?

    • Ricky

      Hi Rozy, Bus 867 service can only drop you off at Hongluo Temple, which is about 18km away from Mutianyu. In early March, you may feel a little bit cold in Beijing, bus 867 won’t be full loaded going to Great Wall on Sunday as it’s still little bit cold. It also depends on the weather condition when you arrive. You won’t have problem riding Bus 867. But just contacted with bus 867 office (010-60681671) and they claimed when 867 to Mutianyu is available is still not clear. I will put a short notice online there’s any updates.

  14. Rozy

    About the bus to Mutianyu Great Wall, so 867 or 916 should i take to Huairou Bus Station? I can take some mini van or black taxi (i googled it says that Black Taxi is trustworthy) from there right? It says that it takes 60CNY one way.

    Would you mind writing me a detail route i should take from Airport to Mutianyu Great Wall by Subway & Bus so i can’t get lost

    Regards, Rozy

    • Ricky

      Both 867 and 916 can drop you off at Hairou. You can hire a mini van or taxi (it’s difficult to hire a legal taxi here) to Mutianyu. 60CNY one way should be enough.

      Take airport express train to Dongzhimen stop. then get out off the station to ride 867 /916. I think your route is very simple in fact.

  15. Ricky

    i plan to mutianyu great wall by Bus from Beijing Dongzhimen, i get confuse about transfer bus after i took 916 bus at hairou, some says take 963, some says take H23 and some says take mini Bus with bargain with the driver, i need the right answer, what to take after i drop off from 916 express Bus, and where can i take them, and if i take mini bus, what that look like and where station i can find them?and where i should stop after i took the minibus, please help me with the right route from Beijing to Mutianyu.

    Hi, Ruby, Mutinayu direct bus 867 service stops running from 28th Oct 2013 to March 15th 2014. In that case, Catching the 916 bus at the Dongzhimen bus transfer depot in Beijing to Huairou Bei Dajie, (Huairou, a small county north of Beijing) would be a good idea.

    It takes a little more than an hour from Dongzhimen to Huairou Bei Dajie. At Huairou Bei Dajie bus stop bargain with one of the mini-bus or car drivers and drive out to Mutianyu (20 minutes on the way) which costs around 20RMB to 50RMB per person. Most mini -bus drivers know where you are going as they may have encountered lots of tourists before.

  16. Adelina

    Hi Ricky, we plan for visiting Mutianyu at 28 May, do you think its convinience to visit Lama Temple on the way back from Mutianyu to Beijing taking bus 867? In which station we should drop or shall we switch busses? Thanks

    • Ricky

      Hi, Adelina,bus 867 drops you off at Dongzhimen, then you can take line 2 from Dongzhimen Subway station to Lama Temple (1 stop). If you take bus 867 that departs at 2pm from Mutianyu. you could get to Lama Temple by 4.30pm or 5pm by riding subway.

  17. Hi Ricky,
    I plan for visiting Mutianyu in june, will this tourist bus 867 drop me in front of the enter gate/parking area of Mutianyu great wall ? or must I switch to taxi/minivan or other bus at at bus stop

  18. Ricky

    Hi Izur, Bus 867 drops you off at the parking lot at Mutianyu then it’s about 10 minutes on foot to the entrance of Mutianyu. Happy travels! Ricky

  19. Kelly

    Hi Ricky,

    I plan on going to. Mutianyu tomorrow or the next day – is the 867 still operating at the dong homes outer station? I dropped by today and the 974 for jinshanlin is no longer running, though I didn’t look specifically for 867.


  20. anna

    Hi Ricky,
    I plan to visit Mutianyu in three days, will the 867 bus drop me in front of the enter gate of Mutianyu great wall or have I to use a taxi to get there? Do you know how much the bus can cost? thank you

    • Ricky

      Hi, Anna,starting from June 27th, Mutianyu bus 867 drop you off at the newly constructively parking lot / newly constructively entrance, which is about 3-4km away from the original entrance. You have to take the electric sightseeing vehicle (10RMB one way / 15RMB return trip) to get to the foot of the hill–the enter gate of Mutianyu. The bus costs around 16RMB each way.

  21. claire

    2 friends and i plan to go to Mutianyu tomorrow on the 867. Just wandered will there be space at this time if year on a weekday or will we be standing the whole way fo you think. Also is it air conditioner?

  22. Your post was one of the few sources of information about getting to Mutianyu by public bus – thank you!!

    We went early August but they have stopped running bus 867 and there are scammers trying to get tourists on a different bus to a random place far far from Mutianyu – beware of them!!

  23. Nicolas

    thanks for this detailed information. I confirm Nomadic Boys comment, I went to Mutianyu on 21 August, bus 867 does no longer stop at Mutianyu (I checked with some people from the bus company).
    Option 1 (bus 916) is however still valid. You can get off earlier than Huairou – I got off at Mingzhu Guangchang, and took a minivan to Mutianyu. I paid 32 yuan return trip (my guess is that the drivers want to get 60 yuan per car, so the more you are the lower you pay).

  24. Hi Ricky, i just bumped into your site and I must say the info is very commendable. I plan to go to Mutianyu on 24 september by bus. Since your update says bus 867 no longer stop at Mutianyu, so I think bus 916 express would be a better option. From Huairou, I’ll get a car or minivan to the great wall. My question, can u explain what is the best way for me to return back to Beijing from Mutianyu great wall?

  25. Ricky

    Hi Sya, At Mutianyu, you can hire a car or minivan to Huairou or Mingzhuguangchang, where you can ride bus 916 back to Beijing. Alternatively, you can hire a car to Hongluosi, where you can take bus 867 back to Beijing while bus 916 is much quicker than bus 867..

  26. Alison

    Hi all. I too want to confirm that bus 867 no longer runs to Mutianyu. It stopped in July 2014 according to a local Beijinger. Take 916 express. Make sure to get off at Huairou. A friend (she was Chinese) and I were able to get there to Mutianyu for 20 RMB a piece.
    Usually drivers will try and connect with you so you can pay them to take you back. If you bargain right — you can get a cheaper price back down to Huairou bus stop. My friend and I got back to the bus stop at 10 RMB a piece.

  27. Alison

    Hi all. I too want to confirm that bus 867 no longer runs to Mutianyu. It stopped in July 2014 according to a local Beijinger. Take 916 express. Make sure to get off at Huairou. A friend (she was Chinese) and I were able to get there to Mutianyu for 20 RMB a piece.
    Usually drivers will try and connect with you so you can pay them to take you back. If you bargain right — you can get a cheaper price back down to Huairou bus stop. My friend and I got back to the bus stop at 10 RMB a piece.

  28. Just to confirm that the 867 doesn’t stop at Mutianyu. Tried today and when I arrived at the bus stop, a women (from the bus company) told me “no Mutianyu” and showed me on her mobile phone a message in english explaining the same. However, with the help of some chinese students, we got the 916 (11 RMB), stop somewhere in Huariou (just before a massive roundabout) got a bus from the opposite bus stop (the H-23 if I remember well) which got us there for 3 RMB. However, the bus number is not displayed on the bus stop, and I don’t think we would have made it without the help of our new chinese friends.

    Having said that, they were lots of “private” drivers ready to “help” us in case we either lost or bored to wait for the bus.

  29. Hi Ricky,

    Since you’ve mentioned about the rental rates of private cars and vans, I was wondering where can we get hold of these people who provide such services for that amount of price?
    Fyi, I’m heading to Beijing in early Feb with family so it will be convenient to rent this car.Thanks!

  30. Vince

    It’s not clear to me if it is still possible to reach Mutianyu by public bus in winter. If so, what’s your current best recommendation for public transit?
    I am going to Beijing in winter and would like to try to visit that section of the wall. However, I’m a solo traveler and don’t want to end up on a wild goose chase only to ultimately fail at my mission. Any information you provide me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

  31. Frank

    We have been to Mutianyu today and like Max said on 5/11/2014: take bus 916 express (12 RMB) It will take about an hour. Get out just before a huge roundabout and take a car from here (15 RMB p.p.) to the entrance of the wall. Also possible to take a bus, H-23, but we didn’t do this.
    BE AWARE: Employees of the bus station in Beijing will tell you that you can also take bus 980 to Mutianyu and that this is much faster. DO NOT LISTEN TO THEM, IT’S A SCAM. You will be dropped off much further away from Huariou and a car from here is much more expensive.

  32. James Bond

    I’ve just came back from Mutianyu yesterday, followed Frank’s advice above. True as Frank said, as soon as we walked in the bus station a lady tried to get us on the 980. We just walked straight passed her and got on the 916 express. We put RMB10 each in the box, the driver didn’t seem interested! In about an hour we were at Huariou just before the big roundabout. The minibus driver jumped on and told us to get off there and take the minibus. As there was only 2 of us he wanted RMB100, we managed to get him down to RMB80. He took us up to the shuttle bus station and waited 2 hours for us to take us back. The whole trip cost us RMB100 each.

  33. James Bond

    I forgot to mention, we set off at 8am and was back to Beijing and went to the 798 Art Zone by 2pm. Which was a nice way to spend the afternoon, wondering around art galleries and exhibitions.

  34. Alexa Wilson

    I went to the Great Wall on Tuesday using the advice above of getting the 867 bus, also recommended by a friend and would NOT recommend this as route to take at all. The advice above is in fact the opposite way around. I wish i had read the comments to discover this was perhaps the case and avoided stress as a woman alone, which is a rather dangerous situation to find yourself stuck without anyway to go further to the wall from the stop it drops you at (20km away as described) but without any of getting there other than the one driver waiting for someone like me. I had no option but to get this car to the wall, which is not really the safest, given there were no other options. I was charged 50 yuan. Returning I was hustled in the carpark at the a wall by a woman who said she would take me to the 916. I knew there was a bus to the 916 (opposite advice from above, which says there is a bus from the 867) but i didn’t know where it went from so I took this ride, which was a woman driver and was also 50 yuan. It was 58 yuan to get the shuttle return from the entrance of Mutianyu to where I was able to walk up and down or it would cost 58 plus 100 yuan to get a cable and a shuttle return. The 916 ran much more regularly than the 867 which only runs 4 times a day, and it is an express bus the 916 and took nearly half the time. I would therefore recommend to anyone to get the 916 and work out the bus from across the road to the wall at Mutianyu and save yourself money and an unexpected pathway. But the wall itself was incredible, stunning views from Mutianyu of the mountains and i was glad I went there and was lucky I had nice drivers.

  35. Jermaine

    Chance upon this website on the instruction to take bus to Mutianyu Great Wall. Prior to this, also read in other website about instructions.
    The 867 bus station is relatively easy to find but I won’t suggest to this this bus as it’s not a tourist bus but rather a local bus with multiple stops. Taking this bus will eats you up almost 3 hours to reach the Great Wall as it’s still not direct to Mutianyu. You still need to take a minivan. Approx RMB$50 per trip regardless no of paxs. The better bus solution would still be the 916E taken at DongZhiMen station. This is an express local bus with limited stops n a good part of journey on the highway. Still don’t bring you directly to the Great Wall. Alight at Hauirou n again take a minivan to destination. Also approx RBM$50 per trip. This journey takes us less than 2 hours back from Great Wall back to Beijing City on 11-May-2015.

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