Luckily, tourists can enjoy the natural beauty and also taste Taoist vegetarian dishes.
Two letterpress printing books on Taijiquan were found in Wudang Mountain Tourism and Economy Special Region recently.
Members of a Chinese youth learning and exchange camp, from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, traveled to Wudang Mountains on July 28.
Wudang Mountains has been rated the fourth most beautiful geopark in China out of a total of 60 such parks.
The Wudang mountain range is sometimes referred to as Taihe Mountains or Xieluo Moutains and, in ancient times, it was called Taiyue, Xuanyue or Dayue.
The emperors regarded the temple at Wudang as a royal temple, and Wudang Taoist music is closely related to royal music.
The south-to-north water diversion project will start next year, but a city, home to a major water source, still faces challenges in pollution control.
The Ancient Building Complex in the Wudang Mountains in Hubei
From January to June 2013, the Wudang Mountains scenic area received 2.56 million domestic and foreign tourists, and tourism revenue totaled 1.42 billion yuan.
More than 60 young martial arts enthusiasts from both China and France are attending the second Wudang Tai Chi Chuan camp which officially started in Wudang Mountains Scenic Area on July 14.
The Tai Chi Lake Cup 2013 China Wudang International Photography Exhibition kicked off on July 12.
The service center of the Wudang Mountains scenic area saw a tide of tourists on July 17.
Fans are gathering in Hong Kong for a series of commemorative events to mark the 40th death anniversary of Lee, on July 20, 2013.
Clenching fists, flying kicks, snapping punches — Shaolin kung fu made a big impression on the children in Mabre N'guessan Valerie's village in Cote d'Ivoire.
Four episodes of the CCTV series, Hundreds of Mountains and Rivers (or Baishan Baichuan Xing), which will focus on Wudang are set to air from July 15 to 18.