The Fanjingshan is a National Nature Reserve (established in 1978) situated in the south of China in the Guizhou Province. The highest elevations of Fanjingshan is Mt. Fenghuang (2'570 m) and Mt. Laoshan (2'493 m). The third highest point is known as Fanjing Golden Summit, a 94-meter-high huge rock (2'336 m) above sea level between Fenghuang and Laoshan.
The Fanjingshan is one of the main peaks of the Wuling Mountain Range.
Fanjingshan has many rock outcroppings, most of which have been greatly eroded over time, resulting in odd-shaped rocks, sheer cliffs, and narrow precipices. There are also stone pillars here and there, remnants of aeons of erosion.
China 2005, "Fanjing Mountain Nature Reserve".
titles: Fanjing Golden Summit, Mushroom Rock, Broadleaf Forest and Heiwan River.