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Beijing – Zhangjiakou High-Speed Train

Beijing – Zhangjiakou Intercity Railway was opened at the end of 2019. At present, there are more than 20 pairs of high-speed trains running on this rail route, with the travel time of around an hour. These bullet trains terminate at Beijing North or Qinghe railway stations in Beijing, and Zhangjiakou Railway Station in the city of Zhangjiakou. Second-class, first-class and business-class seats are available on the train. Second class is USD 12 per ticket. First class is USD 19 per ticket.

Quick Facts

  • Opened: December 30th, 2019
  • Distance: 174 kilometers (108 miles)
  • Number of trains: 24 pairs of high-speed trains
  • Terminals: Beijing North Railway Station, Qinghe Railway Station, Zhangjiakou Railway Station
  • Duration: 55 minutes to 1 hour 21 minutes
  • Stations along the route: Beijing North, Qinghe, Badaling Great Wall, Xuanhua North, Zhangjiakou

Beijing – Zhangjiakou High-Speed Train Schedules

(Updated on February 10th, 2020)

Qinghe Station to Zhangjiakou Station
Train Number Departure Time Arrival Time Duration
G2407 09:22 10:24 1 h 2 min
G2507 10:02 11:02 1 h
G2411  10:31  11:32  1 h 1 min 
G2415  11:37  12:32  55 min 
G2417  11:44  12:46  1 h 2 min 
G2419  12:31  13:26  55 min 
G2483  12:59  13:59  1 h 
G2423  13:54  14:49  55 min 
G2513 14:22 15:23 1 h 1 min
G2513 14:22 15:23 1 h 1 min
G2427 17:00 18:02 1 h 2 min
G2487 17:45 18:41 56 min
G2431 18:00 19:05 1 h 5 min
G2421 18:24 19:31 1 h 7 min
G2523 19:54 20:54 1 h
G2435 20:14 21:09 55 min
Beijing North Station to Zhangjiakou Station
Train Number Departure Time Arrival Time Duration
G7875 06:05 07:07 1 h 2 min
G2501 06:40 07:57 1 h 17 min
G2403 07:22 08:37 1 h 15 min
G7871 07:40 09:01 1 h 21 min
G2481 08:14 09:29 1 h 15 min
G2505 08:40 09:49 1 h 9 min
G2515 15:07 16:22 1 h 15 min
G2485 16:07 17:15 1 h 8 min
G2433 18:58 20:15 1 h 17 min

Zhangjiakou – Beijing High-Speed Train Schedules

(Updated on February 10th, 2020)

Zhangjiakou Station to Qinghe Station
Train Number Departure Time Arrival Time Duration
G7876 07:30 08:17 47 min
G2502 08:09 09:10 1 h 1 min
G2402 08:40 09:40 1 h
G2482 09:52 10:39 47 min
G2506 10:33 11:35 1 h 2 min
G2484 11:07 12:02 55 min
G2410 12:05 13:07 1 h 2 min
G2510 12:31 13:32 1 h 1 min
G2512 13:31 14:31 1 h
G2514 13:55 14:49 54 min
G2418 15:08 16:09 1 h 1 min
G2486 15:51 16:53 1 h 2 min
G2422 16:08 17:08 1 h
G2424 16:30 17:30 1 h
G2426 17:16 18:15 59 min
G2518 17:59 18:47 48 min
G2430 18:20 19:21 1 h 1 min
G2520 19:09 20:08 59 min
G7872 19:40 20:40 1 h
G2488 20:33 21:26 53 min
G2434 21:32 22:26 54 min
G2524 22:06 23:06 1 h
G2438 22:29 23:22 53 min

Beijing – Zhangjiakou High-Speed Train Ticket Fares

Business Class First Class Second Class
US$36 (248 CNY) US$19 (132 CNY) US$12 (83 CNY)

Transportation – From Beijing North Railway Station

Since there are several train/bus stations in Beijing, be clear about which station your train arrives or departs. The subway is cheap and convenient, but a taxi may be preferable if you have a lot to carry. Bus is not recommended if you are new to China and don't know the language.

Beijing North railway station is located just outside Xizhimen Subway Station on Beijing Metro Line 2, Line 4 and Line 13.

Beijing North Railway Station (Chinese: 北京北站) address: 1 North Binhe Road, Xizhimen North Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 北京市西城区西直门北大街北滨河路1号.

To Beijing Capital International Airport

  • Metro: Line 2 to Dongzhimen (东直门, 5 stops), then Capital Airport Express to Beijing Capital Airport.

To the Forbidden City

  • Metro: Line 2 to Fuxingmen (复兴门, 3 stops), then Line l to Tian'anmen West Station (天安门西, 3 stops).

To Beijing Railway Station

  • Metro: Line 2 to Beijing Railway Station (北京站, 9 stops)

To Beijing South Railway Station

  • Metro: Line 5 to Xuanwumen (宣武门, 5 stops), then take Line 4 to Beijing South Station (北京南, 3 stops).

To Beijing West Railway Station

  • Metro: Line 4 to National Library (国家图书馆, 2 stops), then take Line 9 to Beijing West Station (北京西, 4 stops).

Transportation – From Qinghe Railway Station

The newly built Qinghe Railway Station is located in Haidian District of Beijing. It manly serves high-speed trains to Zhangjiakou and Datong. Subway and bus lines are connected the statiion to other parts of the city.

Qinghe Railway Station (in Chinese: 清河站) address: Shangdi East Road, Qinghe Street, Haidian District, Beijing 北京市海淀区清河街道上地东路

To Beijing Capital International Airport

  • Metro: Line 13 to Dongzhimen (东直门, 11 stops), then Capital Airport Express to Beijing Capital Airport.

To the Forbidden City

  • Metro: Line 13 to Xizhimen (西直门, 5 stops), then Line 2 to Fuxingmen (复兴门, 3 stops), then take Line 1 to Tian'anmen West (天安门西, 2 stops).

To Beijing Railway Station

  • Metro: Line 13 to Xizhimen (西直门, 5 stops), then take Line 2 to Beijing Railway Station (北京站, 9 stops)

To Beijing South Railway Station

  • Metro: Line 13 to Xizhimen (西直门, 5 stops), then take Line 4 to Beijing South Station (北京南, 9 stops).

To Beijing West Railway Station

  • Metro: Line 13 to Xizhimen (西直门, 5 stops), then take Line 4 to National Library (国家图书馆, 2 stops), then take Line 9 to Beijing West Station (北京西, 4 stops).

Transportation – From Zhangjiakou Railway Station

Zhangjiakou Railway Station was recently put into service along with the open of Beijing – Zhangjiakou High-Speed Railway. At present, bus and taxi are the transportation choices from downtown to the station

  • Station name in Chinese: 张家口站
  • Address: Zhanqian West Street, Qiaodong District, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province 河北省张家口市桥东区站前西大街

Preparation for 2022 Winter Olympics

The Beijing – Zhangjiakou High-Speed Railway is an important transportion project for the 2022 winter Olympics. This 108-mile rail route greatly cuts the travel time between Beijing and Zhangjiakou, both are host cities of the 2022 Winter Olympics. The intermediate stations of this route include Badalingchangcheng (Badaling Great Wall), which considered the most famous section of China's Great Wall.

New service has launched ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022: world’s first and fastest driverless bullet train went into service on this high-speed rail route, which is capable of reaching a top of up to 350 km/h (217 mph).