Badaling Toboggan... or is it a Trolley, or a Roller Coaster?The Badaling Toboggan, is not really a toboggan, it is more like a series of trolleys on rails, sort of like a roller coaster, a very slow one, that bring you down from the top of the wall, a nice and fun alternative to the cable car...
The trolleys wind slowly around the mountain and you can enjoy the beautiful views.
Unlike the Mutianyu Toboggan where you control the speed of the car yourself, the series of trolleys in the Badaling Toboggan are all connected to each other and have a safety bar to keep you in place.
Here's a video to give you a better idea of what it looks like and the views from there:
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