Wuhuang Mountain (The Mountain of the Five Immortals) is one of China’s National Geological Parks. Famous for its steep cliffsides and mysterious rock formations, it offers a multitude of unique travel experiences. It gives visitors the opportunity to breathe fresh air and to bathe in nature. Some of the mountain’s most serene scenic spots include the Fairy Pond, sweeping terrace fields and watermills. The climate of Guangxi province in Southern China gives the mountain its characteristic yearlong swirls of clouds. Walking through dense forests and deep valleys along gentle streams, visitors will discover countless sights. The most photographed spot on the mountain is the phallic Juyang Rock standing tall over the valley below.