Day 5: The mysterious mountain that has been closed for 1,000 years

Tongbo Mountain in Shangrao City, east China's Jiangxi Province, is a mysterious enigmatic mountain that remained closed for over 1,000 years despite having been open to the public until the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Mostly untouched by human, it is home to a wide range of precious plants, including the wild Maire's yew, with a history of 2.5 million years. In this episode, we take you to this secret land. 

About 'Golden Autumn in 7 Days'

On this year's National Day, CGTN Nature presents a series "Golden Autumn in 7 Days," we select seven destinations – Gaoligong Mountains in Yunnan Province, Changbai Mountains in Jilin Province, Altai Mountains in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Yellow River in Shanxi Province, Yifeng in Jiangsu Province, Hulunbuir in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, to take you to enjoy a fantastic golden autumn around China! You can embrace the natural wonders, get close to wildlife and experience the happiness of harvesting of this year.  

For more:

Day 1: Autumn adventure to a wild museum of biodiversity in SW China

Day 2: Wildlife sanctuary in NE China

Day 3: A glimpse of the 'Golden Mountains' in NW China

Day 4: Explore the unknown side of the Yellow River

(Cover image designed by CGTN's Liu Shaozhen. Video filmed by CGTN Nature film crew.)

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