Erlang Mountain ResortNearby City
Erlang Mountain is commonly known as Xishan, and is also known as "Hump Mountain," located in the west of Shenmu County in Yulin. The slopes of Erlang Mountain are serpentine and steep. On the west side, the mountain side is sandy and rocky with many fruit trees scattered throughout. On the east side, pine trees grow on steep rocky cliffs. During the Ming Dynasty, in the thirteenth year of Zhengde (1518), Emperor Wu Zong came to this mountain. He named it Pen Holder Mountain because it shaped like a pen holder. Later, many scholars visited here and named it "Hump Mountain" since it resembles a camel's hump.