Lushan, also known as Kuangshan and Kuanglu, is located in Lushan City, Jiujiang City, Jiangxi Province. Between 115 ° 52′-116 ° 8′E, and 29 ° 26′-29 ° 41′N. Poyang Lake in the east and Poyang Lake in the east, Tengwang Pavilion in the south, the Beijing-Kowloon Railway in the west, and the Yangtze River in the north. It is about 25 kilometers long and 10 kilometers wide. Its main peak is Hanyang Peak, with an altitude of 1474 meters. The mountain is elliptical in shape, typical of a block-type mountain.
Lushan has 171 peaks named since ancient times. Among the peaks, there are 26 Ganglings, 20 valleys, 16 caves, and 22 strange rocks.
Water currents develop rifts in the valley, forming many rapids and waterfalls, 22 waterfalls, 18 creeks, and 14 lakes and lakes. The most famous Sandiequan Falls, with a drop of 155 meters, has the beautiful sentence of "Flying down three thousand feet, suspecting that the Milky Way falls for nine days".