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.