Commonly known as Celestial Peak, the Immortal’s Peak is the highest peak of the celestial cliff, precipitous on four sides, with the Luxi River in the east. There are caves, forests, bamboos and misty clouds everywhere around the peak. It is thus named because it has long been regarded as a place where celestial beings live. During the Wei and Jin Dynasties, Zhang Sheng, celestial master of the 4th generation built a temple at the mountain top (what we call “Doushuai Palace” today) and set up a statue of Laozi for worship. Now, with Xianfeng Bridge built across the precipices and a walkway around the mountain, it is possible to climb up to the top and stand at the best place to have a panoramic view of the 99 dragon-and-tiger-like majestic and precipitous peaks of Longhu Mountain.