Qian Mountains or Qianshan (Chinese: 千山; pinyin: Qiān Shān), a branch of the Changbai Mountains on the China-North Korea border, start from eastern Jilin Province, China, and extend to eastern and southern Liaoning Province, down to Liaodong Peninsula.
Some of the prominent mountains are:
- Dahei Shan (Dalian)
- Huabo Shan (Benxi) - The highest peak (1,336 meters (4,383 ft))
- Laomao Shan (Dalian)
- Laotie Shan (Dalian)
- Qian Shan (Anshan)
- Wunv Shan (Benxi)