The Tiantai Mountain, a box-shaped slanting mountainous region of rare geological features, is rich of red terrains. The mountain descends from southwest to northeast in a U shape, with three terraces ascending upwards. Hence the name “Tiantai” – the heavenly terrace. The area is known for its moderate climate (annual average 16℃) and plenty of rainfall, and forest coverage of 94.4%. The area is also noted for its abundant animal and plant resources, such as Chinese dove tree, Yew, Gingko and other 20 rare plant species, and Giant Pandas, Lesser Pandas, Macaques, Giant Salamanders, and other 50 rare animal species – all under the national protection. Currently the Tiantai Mountain is included for application of the World Heritage of Sichuan Giant Panda Habitat.