Hushan Great Wall (simplified Chinese: 虎山长城; pinyin: Hǔ shān) is the most easterly known part of the Great Wall of China. About 600 metres of remains were excavated here in 1989. In 1992, a section of wall was renovated and is open to the public, forming a popular tourist attraction. The wall runs for about 1,200 metres over Hushan (Tiger Mountain). It starts 15 km north east of Dandong city, directly beside the border between China and North Korea. The wall then climbs steeply up to a height of 146.3 metres before descending on the other side of Hushan and finishing at a car park.