The Wugongshan or Wu-kung Mountains (Chinese: 武功山) are a range of mountains located in Jiangxi and Hunan, China. Its highest point is 1918.3 m high Baihe Feng (Golden Peak).
The Wugong range is a subrange of the Luoxiao Mountains. It stretches for 130 km in a roughly southwest-northeast direction between Chaling in Hunan to close to Yichun in Jiangxi.
The Wugongshan National Geological Park is located in the area of the range.
Wang Xian, located next to the altar of the golden dome.