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The Great Wall of China stretches across north China, passing over deserts, grasslands, mountain ridges, and ends at China's east coast.
Most of the Great Wall visited and seen on photos was built in the Ming Dynasty. The Ming Great Wall is officially 8,900 km (5,500 mi) long, and the most popular and well protected sections are around Beijing.
The best times to visit the Great Wall (around Beijing) are spring and autumn to avoid summer heat and crowds, and winter freezing conditions.
The Great Wall at Mutianyu in fall
Spring (April–May) in Beijing's mountains is cool/warm and the green plants and flowers make the Great Wall beautiful.
Fall (September–November) is a the best hiking season due to the clear weather, allowing you to see the Great Wall snaking off into distance. The mountains are blanketed by colors of red, golden, yellow, and brown, which sets off the grays and paler Great Wall colors.
You can also visit the Great Wall in summer and winter, if that would suit you better. Summer is peak season and popular sections get crowded. It's hot with bright sunshine and some downpours. Winter is very cold, even icy, on the Great Wall, but there's almost no crowding.