Mount Huanggang (Chinese: 黄岗山) is the highest peak in the UNESCO designated Wuyi Mountains, China. It separates and is the highest point of both Fujian and Jiangxi provinces.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Huáng Gǎng Shān is
# 1 out of 30 in 福建武夷山国家级自然保护区 # 1 out of 17 in Yanshan County # 1 out of 63 in Wuyishan, Fujian # 1 out of 1539 in Fujian # 1 out of 11 in 江西武夷山国家级自然保护区 # 1 out of 545 in Jiangxi # 1 out of 4233 in the Wuyi Mountains
By prominence Huáng Gǎng Shān is
# 1 out of 30 in 福建武夷山国家级自然保护区 # 58 out of 12241 in China # 1 out of 17 in Yanshan County # 1 out of 63 in Wuyishan, Fujian # 1 out of 1539 in Fujian # 1 out of 11 in 江西武夷山国家级自然保护区 # 1 out of 545 in Jiangxi # 1 out of 4233 in the Wuyi Mountains
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