Tongshan County is located in southeast Hubei and is a cradle of culture. According to archaeological records, humans were thriving here as early as the Neolithic era. Tongshan is a county of gorgeous natural landscapes. In its east is the famous Taoist mountain Taiping Mountain. In its south are the Jiugong (“Nine Temples”) Mountains, unrivaled in central China for their scenery. In its west is Dacheng (“Big Wall”) Mountain, with its hundred caves. In the north is the forest park of Damu Mountain. In its center is the “paradise of water and earth,” Fushui (“Rich Water”) Lake and the “underground corridor” that is Yinshui (“Hidden Water”) Cave.
Yishui Cave is located in Daban Town in Hubei Province’s Tongshan County. It was the first geological park in Hubei. The enormous cave measures over 5,000 meters in length and is magnificent. The shape, posture and form of the stalactites in the cave are all unique, each with its own characteristics. The rich underground stream makes the whole cave lively and graceful.
The Jiugong Mountains are located in Hubei Province in the middle of the Mufu mountain range. They are known for their towering peaks, peaceful valleys, and unusual rock formations. There are also a number of hot springs and waterfalls. In addition to the spectacular scenery, the area is home to several cultural attractions including the tomb of the 17th century rebel leader Li Zicheng, a stone temple, and a famous Qing dynasty residence. There is also a ski slope with a comprehensive range of facilities, making the area an excellent year-round destination.
Jiugong Mountain Ski Resort is located on the slopes of Jiugong Mountain in Hubei Province. As one of just a handful of ski resorts in southern China, the resort offers a wide range of activities in all seasons. The ski resort has beginner, intermediate, and practice slopes. There is also a hotel, restaurant, conference facilities, and ski training courses.