Hushan Great Wall is the core scenic spot of Yalu River National Scenic Spot. Unfortunately, the Hushan Great Wall is now newly built and is no longer a monument. The Hushan Great Wall is said to be the starting point of the Eastern End of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty. These are all what bricks say. As a park, Hushan can still be seen, but the ticket of 60 yuan is a bit expensive. The Hushan Trestle Road can walk one way and then face the other side. Fresh, the farmland scenery is still good, the step-by-step stele in the park is also a place for visitors to go, in short, the geographical location has special significance, there is time to see.
There are two roads at the entrance of the Great Wall. One is to go up the Great Wall. The other is to go to the border between China and DPRK step by step. It's very close. After walking for more than ten minutes, it's almost a level road. We chose to go first and step by step. Outside the fence is North Korea. There are soldiers standing guard beside the fence. The scenery is good.
Looking up at other countries gives rise to a sense of pride, which is worth visiting.
The boundary demarcation between China and DPRK does not take the central line of the main channel of Yalu River as the boundary, but takes the river bank as the boundary. In the Yalu River, as long as it does not go ashore, it does not count as "cross-border". They can sail around the Korean islands and close to the Korean coast by boat. Ships can berth near the North Korean side. Most of the islands in the Yalu River are Korean, and many of them are located on the Chinese side of the main waterway. Due to the long-term siltation of the branch river, there is only one small ditch in some places, only about "one step" away. The most famous scenic spot is the Hushan Great Wall (the easternmost part of the Great Wall).
Step by step is a step to cross the border, because the river in the middle is very narrow, which is only a description. Step by step, the root can not cross the past, even if it can pass, don't go past. There are barbed wire on the opposite side. The border can not be crossed, but it is really very close to North Korea.
It's only a step away from North Korea and you can see the guards patrolling the other side. In summer, we can see Korean villages and crops not far away. We can't help feeling the hardship brought to the people by the closure and blockade of the country, and we are grateful for the precious freedom we are in.
Beautiful natural scenery, the other side is the hard-working Korean people...
Upon the Great Wall of Hushan, you can see the scenery step by step.