List of mountains in China

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The following is an incomplete list of mountains in the People's Republic of China, sorted in alphabetical order.

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Mountain Image Province-level division Elevation Notes
Amne Machin   Qinghai 6,282 metres (20,610 ft)
Badaling   Beijing 1,015 metres (3,330 ft)
Paektu Mountain   Jilin 2,744 metres (9,003 ft) The highest peak in both Northeast China and the Korean Peninsula
Baishi Mountain Hebei 2,096 metres (6,877 ft) AAAAA-level tourist attraction
Baiyun Mountain Guangdong 382 metres (1,253 ft)
Mount Beiwudang Shanxi
Bijia Mountain   Liaoning
Bogda Peak Xinjiang 5,445 metres (17,864 ft)
Broad Peak   Xinjiang 8,051 metres (26,414 ft)
Bukadaban Feng Qinghai/Xinjiang 6,860 metres (22,507 ft)
Mount Cangyan   Hebei 1,000 metres (3,281 ft)
Chakragil Xinjiang 6,760 metres (22,178 ft)
Changla Tibet 6,721 metres (22,051 ft)
Chongtar Kangri Xinjiang 7,315 metres (23,999 ft)
Dahei Mountain   Liaoning 663 metres (2,175 ft)
Mount Danxia   Guangdong
Daxue Mountain Yunnan 3,500 metres (11,483 ft) Ultra prominent peak of Southeast Asia
Dinghu Mountain Guangdong
Mount Dingjun Shaanxi
Mount Du Henan 368 metres (1,207 ft)
Dunheger Xinjiang 3,325 metres (10,909 ft)
Dunhong Xinjiang
Mount Emei   Sichuan 3,099 metres (10,167 ft)
Mount Erlang Sichuan
Mount Everest   Tibet 8,848 metres (29,029 ft)[1] The highest peak in the world
Gasherbrum I   Xinjiang 8,080 metres (26,509 ft)
Gasherbrum II   Xinjiang 8,035 metres (26,362 ft)
Gasherbrum III Xinjiang 7,952 metres (26,089 ft)
Gasherbrum IV   Xinjiang 7,925 metres (26,001 ft)
Gauri Sankar   Tibet 7,134 metres (23,406 ft)
Geladaindong Peak   Qinghai 6,621 metres (21,722 ft)
Mount Genyen Sichuan 6,204 metres (20,354 ft)
Mount Gongga   Sichuan 7,556 metres (24,790 ft) The highest peak in Sichuan and the easternmost 7,000 m (23,000 ft)+ peak worldwide
Gora Alagordy Xinjiang 4,622 metres (15,164 ft)
Haba Xueshan   Yunnan 5,396 metres (17,703 ft)
Mount Heng (Hunan)   Hunan 1,300 metres (4,265 ft)
Mount Heng (Shanxi)   Shanxi 2,017 metres (6,617 ft)
Mount Hua   Shaanxi 2,160 metres (7,087 ft)
Mount Huangbo Fujian
Huangyajian Peak Zhejiang 1,921 metres (6,302 ft)
Khüiten Peak Xinjiang 4,374 metres (14,350 ft)
Hunhua Shan Yunnan 3,420 metres (11,220 ft) Ultra prominent peak of Southeast Asia
Jade Dragon Snow Mountain   Yunnan 5,596 metres (18,360 ft)
Jengish Chokusu   Xinjiang 7,439 metres (24,406 ft)
Jiangjun Mountain Jiangsu
Mount Jianglang Zhejiang 817 metres (2,680 ft)
Mount Jiuhua   Anhui
Mount Jizu Yunnan 3,240 metres (10,630 ft)
Jongsong Peak Tibet 7,462 metres (24,482 ft)
K2   Xinjiang 8,611 metres (28,251 ft) The highest peak in Xinjiang and Pakistan, and the second-highest globally
Mount Kailash   Tibet 6,638 metres (21,778 ft)
Kalamely Mountain Xinjiang
Kangpenqing Tibet 7,281 metres (23,888 ft)
Kangto Tibet 7,060 metres (23,163 ft)
Kawagarbo   Yunnan 6,740 metres (22,113 ft)
Kezhen Peak Xinjiang 7,038 metres (23,091 ft)
Khartaphu Tibet 7,213 metres (23,665 ft)
Khumbutse   Tibet 6,636 metres (21,772 ft)
Kitten Mountain   Guangxi 2,142 metres (7,028 ft) The highest peak in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
Kongur Tagh   Xinjiang 7,649 metres (25,095 ft)
Kubi Gangri Tibet 6,859 metres (22,503 ft)
Labuche Kang   Tibet 7,367 metres (24,170 ft)
Langtang Ri Tibet 7,205 metres (23,638 ft)
Laojun Mountain Yunnan 4,513 metres (14,806 ft)
Mount Langya Anhui
Mount Lao   Shandong 1,138 metres (3,734 ft)
Lhotse   Tibet 8,516 metres (27,940 ft)
Mount Liang Shandong 198 metres (650 ft)
Lingtren   Tibet 6,749 metres (22,142 ft)
Mount Lingyan Jiangsu
Mount Li Shaanxi 1,302 metres (4,272 ft)
Liushi Shan Tibet/Xinjiang 7,167 metres (23,514 ft)
Mount Longhu Jiangxi
Lunpo Gangri Tibet 7,095 metres (23,278 ft)
Mount Luofu Guangdong
Mount Lu   Jiangxi 1,474 metres (4,836 ft)
Makalu   Tibet 8,481 metres (27,825 ft)
Mazong Mountain Gansu 2,584 metres (8,478 ft)
Mianzimu   Yunnan 6,054 metres (19,862 ft)
Mount Jinfo   Chongqing 2,238 metres (7,343 ft)
Mount Longmen (Shanxi) Shanxi 1,087 metres (3,566 ft)
Mount Mian   Shanxi 2,440 metres (8,005 ft) An important Taoist center, associated with the origin of the Cold Food Festival. Also formerly known as Mt Jie.
Mount Mogan   Zhejiang
Moon Hill   Guangxi
Muztagh Ata   Xinjiang 7,546 metres (24,757 ft)
Nairamdal Peak Xinjiang 4,180 metres (13,714 ft)
Nyegyi Kansang Tibet 7,047 metres (23,120 ft)
Mount Pan Tianjin 858 metres (2,815 ft)
Phu Si Lung Yunnan 3,076 metres (10,092 ft)
Mount Pomiu Sichuan 5,413 metres (17,759 ft)
Porong Ri Tibet 7,292 metres (23,924 ft)
Pumori   Tibet 7,161 metres (23,494 ft)
Purple Mountain   Jiangsu 447 metres (1,467 ft)
Mount Putuo Zhejiang
Qianling Mountain Guizhou 1,500 metres (4,921 ft)
Mount Qingcheng Sichuan
Qionglong Mountain   Suzhou 341.7 metres (1,121 ft)
Qixia Mountain Jiangsu 286 metres (938 ft)
Mount Qiyun Anhui 585 metres (1,919 ft)
Mount Sanqing   Jiangxi 1,817 metres (5,961 ft)
Sauyr Zhotasy Xinjiang 3,840 metres (12,598 ft)
Shenguang Mountain Guangdong
Shennong Mountain Henan 1,028 metres (3,373 ft)
Shiceng Dashan Yunnan 1,830 metres (6,004 ft) Tripoint
Shiren Mountain Henan 2,153 metres (7,064 ft)
Siguang Ri Tibet 7,308 metres (23,976 ft)
Shishapangma   Tibet 8,013 metres (26,289 ft) The lowest Eight Thousander
Simian Mountain   Chongqing
Skyang Kangri   Xinjiang 7,545 metres (24,754 ft)
Mount Song   Henan 1,500 metres (4,921 ft)
Mount Taibai Shaanxi 3,767 metres (12,359 ft)
Mount Tai   Shandong 1,533 metres (5,030 ft)
Mount Tangjia Sichuan
Tavan Bogd   Xinjiang 4,374 metres (14,350 ft) The highest peak in Mongolia
Teram Kangri Xinjiang 7,462 metres (24,482 ft)
The Crown (mountain) Xinjiang 7,295 metres (23,934 ft)
Mount Tiandang Shaanxi
Tianmen Mountain   Hunan
Tianmu Mountain Zhejiang 1,506 metres (4,941 ft)
Mount Tiantai Zhejiang 1,138 metres (3,734 ft)
Tiantangzhai Anhui/Hubei 1,729 metres (5,673 ft)
Tianzhong Mountain Henan
Mount Tianzhu Anhui 1,760 metres (5,774 ft)
Tianzi Mountain Hunan
Tomort Xinjiang 4,886 metres (16,030 ft)
Tuoshan Sichuan
Mount Wangwu Henan
Wugai Mountain   Hunan 1,600 metres (5,249 ft)
Wunü Mountain Liaoning 821 metres (2,694 ft)
Wushao Ling Mountain Gansu
Mount Wutai   Shanxi 3,058 metres (10,033 ft) Highest peak in north China
Wutong Mountain   Guangdong 944 metres (3,097 ft)
Wuzhi Mountain   Hainan 1,840 metres (6,037 ft)
Xiao Mountain Henan 1,903 metres (6,243 ft)
Mount Xiqiao Guangdong 346 metres (1,135 ft)
Mount Siguniang   Sichuan 6,250 metres (20,505 ft)
Mount Xuebaoding   Sichuan 5,588 metres (18,333 ft)
Xuelian Feng Xinjiang 6,627 metres (21,742 ft)
Yangmolong 6,060 metres (19,882 ft)
Yiwulü Mountain   Liaoning 867 metres (2,844 ft)
Yuelu Mountain Hunan 300 metres (984 ft)
Yun Mountain Hunan 1,372 metres (4,501 ft)
Yunlong Mountain Jiangsu
Yuntai Mountain (Henan)   Henan 1,308 metres (4,291 ft)
Yuzhu Peak   Qinghai 6,224 metres (20,420 ft)
Zhaobao Mountain Zhejiang
Zimao Mountain Fujian 518 metres (1,699 ft)
Kunyu Mountain Shandong 900 metres (2,953 ft)
Changbai Mountains Heilongjiang 2,000 metres (6,562 ft)
Mount Tian Xinjiang 7,439 metres (24,406 ft)
Huangshan   Anhui 1,864 metres (6,115 ft)

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  1. ^ "BBC News". BBC News. 2010-04-08. Retrieved 2010-08-22.