There exit lots of famous mountains in China. Mount Sanqing, located in ShangRao District, Northeast Jiangxi Province, is one of the finest sculpture works accomplished by the nature.

Mount Sanqing covers an area of 220 square kilometers wide. There are three outstanding peaks called YuJing, YuXu and YuHua piercing directly high upward into sky, much resembling the three Taoism deities of YiQing, ShangQing and TaiQing. The highest peak YuJing is 1816.9 meters high in altitude.

Mount SanqingAfter experiencing the vicissitudes of geological development lasting 140 million years, Mount Sanqing presents it amazing picturesque landscape to human beings featuring astonished peaks, wonderful large stone, rushing waterfalls, deep valley and floating clouds, etc. Visitors often gain such impression that all peaks seem to cherish one idea of heading upwards with all efforts. The peaks are the spots most visible to all visitors, yet once wandering in it you will find flourishing plants, rare birds, imposing old pine trees and torrents of various size threading through.

There are 7 mail scenery zones: Western Terrace, Sanqing Palace, Yujing Peak, Three-Cave Gate, Terrace-cloud Ridge, Yuling Temple and Stone-drum Ridge. The peaks that can be frequented by visitors total 48, strange big stones total 52, the scenery sights total more than 400. The plants species number 1088.

Coupled with the outstanding scenery, the rich Taoism culture endows Mount Sanqing with enduring ethereality. Long since Geyun and Gehong practicing alchemitry here in Jin Dynasty, many Taoist practitioners came here to follow their footprints, thus leaving a wealth of Taoism heritages. The most outstanding building is Sanqing Temple. Other old building relics and stone inscriptions total more than 200. So many people called Mount Sanqing “Open-field Taoism Museum.”