The Wudang Mountains in central China´s Hubei Province has long been known for its traditional Taoist culture. Originally called the Taihe Mountain, it is believed to be the place where Xuanwu the Great, a Taoist patron saint, was enshrined. It was renamed Wudang Mountain in the Song Dynasty some 1000 years ago.
GETTING THERE & AWAY:
Xiangfan Liuji Airport(XFN) is the nearest airport. Take a train or bus to Wudang Mountains from Xiangyang(former Xiangfan).
Wuhan Tianhe International Airport(WUH) has more flights. You can take a train to Wudang Mountains from Wuhan.
Wudangshan train station is 16km from the entrance of Wudang Mountains. There is shuttle bus service to cover this leg.
Take a bus from Xiangyang or Shiyan