Situated in the northeast of Wutai County of Xinzhou City, the WutaiMountain, one of China’s natural and cultural heritage sites, is a national scenic and historic interest area, a national forest park and a national geopark. Its geological age can be traced back some 2.5 billion years ago. It has five green terrace-like peaks where the climate is cool and pleasant. Among those five peaks, the North Peak, 3,061 meters above sea level, is called the “Roof of North China”. The WutaiMountain, where the highly revered Manjusri Bodhisattva once performed the Buddhist rites, ranks first among the well-known four sacred mountains in Chinese Buddhist holy site with the longest history in China.