|Elevation||818-metre (2,684 ft)|
|Location||Xinning County, Hunan, China|
|Official name||China Danxia|
|Designated||2010 (34th session)|
Langshan or Mount Lang (Chinese: 崀山) is a mountain and a scenic area in Xinning County, Hunan, China. It is described on the local signage as a "world famous UNESCO geopark of China". Its peak elevation is 818 metres (2,684 ft).
In 2000, it has been designated as a "National Rock Climbing Training Base" by the General Administration of Sport of China.
In October 2001, it was classified as a "National Geological Park" by the Ministry of Land and Resources.
In May 2002, it was authorized as a "National Key Scenic Spot".
On January 16, 2006, it was inscribed to the National Natural Heritage List by the Ministry of Construction.
In 2010, it was categorized as an AAAA level tourist site by the China National Tourism Administration.
On August 3, 2016, it has been categorized as an AAAAA level tourist site by the China National Tourism Administration.
Within the boundaries of the area, the following number of species are known to live: 26 species of mammals, 94 species of birds, 35 species of reptiles, 19 species of amphibians, 36 species of fish, about 816 species of insects, over 1,421 vascular plants species and 150 fungus
- Pepper Peak and Camel Peak Scenic Area
- Danxia Linear Valley
- The First Line in the World