The Five Dragon Heads got the name from the five stones in the southeastern of the main peak. The main peak is 2118 meters high and it is the highest peak of the Yan Mountain.

If you arrive at the peak you will see five ridges extend to different directions and the five ridges means the successful and failure in their whole life of the emperor of Qingdongling Tomb. Standing in the main peak you will see the Miyun Reservoir, the Simatai Great Wall and Jinshanling Great Wall. The most beautiful scenery is sunrise. The dawn is dazzling and the first sunlight rises from here.

Wuling Mountain (Wulingshan)

Jack Li

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