|Range Type||Mountain range with well-recognized name|
|Highest Point||Huanggang Shan (2170 m/7119 ft)|
|States/Provinces||Fujian (25%), Jiangxi (22%), Zhejiang (21%), Guangdong (17%), Anhui (8%), Jiangsu (5%), Shanghai (1%)|
(numbers are approximate percentage of range area)
|Area||483,854 sq km / 186,816 sq mi|
Area may include lowland areas
|Extent||1,145 km / 711 mi North-South|
985 km / 612 mi East-West
|Center Lat/Long||27° 14' N; 117° 30' E|
|Map Link||Microsoft Bing Map|
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|Map of Wuyi Shan|
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|Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Wuyi Shan.|
|East China||Level 2 (Parent)|
|         North China||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         North Central China||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         Hua Shan-Daba Shan||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         Shangdong Ranges||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         Greater Guizhou Ranges||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         Nan Ling||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         Wuyi Shan||Level 3|
|         Taiwan||Level 3 (Sibling)|
|         Hainan||Level 3 (Sibling)|
Major Peaks of the Wuyi Shan
Photos of Peaks in the Wuyi Shan
|Tai Mo Shan|
Hong Kong's highest hill is crowned with a radar station, now probably controlled by the Chinese Army and even harder to visit than it was in 1996 (1996-07-13).
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