Jingting mountain is located in the northern suburb of Xuancheng City, Anhui Province, China. The original name of Jingting mountain was Zhaoting mountain. In order to avoid the taboo of Sima Zhao, Emperor Wen of Jin Dynasty, it was renamed Jingting mountain in the early Jin Dynasty. It is a branch of Huangshan Mountain, stretching more than 100 miles from east to west. There are 60 large and small peaks, and the main peak is named one peak, with an altitude of 317 meters.
Jingting mountain has three main peaks: Yifeng peak, Jingfeng peak and Cuiyun peak. More than 60 surrounding mountains are like birds facing the Phoenix, like stars holding the moon around a peak. Although Jingting mountain is not high, it rises from the ground in this hilly area. From a distance, it is full of clear emeralds, clouds and fog, just like a tiger lying down; Looking closely at the deep forests and gullies and the gurgling springs, it looks particularly beautiful.
In October 1987, Jingting mountain was listed as the first batch of provincial scenic spots by Anhui provincial government. In January 2012, Jingting mountain was approved as a national AAAA tourist attraction.
The forest coverage rate of Jingting mountain is 67.9%, and the forestry greening rate is as high as 97.3%. The forestry land is 14.02 square kilometers, the forest land is 11.48 square kilometers, and the shrub land is 0.0216 square kilometers. There are rich artificial plants: Chinese fir, slash pine, sassafras, oak, maple and moso bamboo. Rhus chinensis, mountain pepper, ferns and rich resources of traditional Chinese medicine; There are also artificially planted tea plantations, pear orchards, peach orchards, plum orchards, chestnut and other cash crops. It covers an area of more than 20 mu.