The Info List - Haiyang Mountains

The Haiyang Mountains (Chinese: 海洋山 or 海阳山; pinyin: hǎiyáng shān), in ancient times known as "Yanghai Mountains" (Chinese: 阳海山; pinyin: yánghǎi shān) form a mountain range in the northeastern Guangxi
separating West River drainage basin of the Xi River
Xi River
from the Xiang River
Xiang River
drainage basin of the Yangtze
River. The mountain range is located between Yuecheng Mountains
Yuecheng Mountains
and Dupang Mountains of Nanling Mountain Range, it is a major mountain range in Guilin, Guanxi, China.[1] It runs south to north through Guanyang, Quanzhou, Xing'an, Lingchuan, Gongcheng and Yangshuo six counties.[2] With a width of 35 kilometres (22 mi) to 40 kilometres (25 mi), the Haiyang Mountains stretch more than 97 kilometres (60 mi) from Yangshuo to Quanzhou. The highest peak is Baogai Hill (宝界岭) with an elevation of 1,935.8 metres (6,351 ft).[1] The Xianggui Corridor (Hunan- Guanxi
Corridor, 湘桂走廊) situated between Yuecheng and Haiyang Mountains has since always been the most important route from Central China
to Guangxi, It is a valley which is high about 200 metres (660 ft) to 300 metres (980 ft) above sea level. Cuting through the Nanling Mountains, the Xianggui Corridor is the upper reaches of the Xiang and Li Rivers. The Left Branch of the upper Xiang River
Xiang River
rises in the southwest of the Haiyang Mountains.[1] References[edit]

^ a b c Geographica of Guangxi
(广西通志) - Landscape (地貌) - Mountainous Region (山地) - Mountainous Region of Northeastern Guangxi
(桂东北山地): gxdqw.com ^ 海洋山主峰宝盖山: guilinlife.com ( Guilin
Daily - Newspaper). also see (Chinese) 海洋山, baike.baidu (Encyclopedia) or baike.com (E