The mountain stands in Ruidian District,
about 50 kilometres away in the northwest of the county seat.
The bamboo-shoot-shaped mountain reaches about 3,000 metres
above sea level, and shows typical granite geomorphology of
Yunnan Province. Xu Xiake, the famous traveller and geographer
in the Ming Dynasty praised it in his travelogue for "it resembles
the dragon's back (mountain ridge) of Taihua Mountain". A
group of ancient structures loom in the forests on the mountain.
On the top of the mountain, there stands the Jade Emperor's
Pavilion (Yuhuang Pavilion), the Supreme Master Laozi's Hall,
Avalokitesvara's Hall and Master Luzu's Hall. Cloud-veiled,
those temples just resemble the palaces in the heaven, and
the mountain thus become a well-known historical relics.