lso called Jingmei Mountain after its location near the intersection of the Jingmei and Xindian rivers the local people refer to it as Xizikou Mountain. The name Xianjiyan is due to the large rock at the peak which is believed to be the relic of an immortal ( quot;xian quot;). It is a branch of the Nangang Mountains. At 144m in height Xianjiyan offers a gentle day out for family groups. Many trails ascend the hill the most popular being the stairway of the monumental archway starting from next to No. 241 Jinxin St (#3 entrance on the map). Though the steps are rather steep at the beginning they become gentler. Trees are thick; the slope is gentle making it a good choice for summer. The hill and Xianyan Temple make good sightseeing destinations offering fine views. Buses 10 30 74 209 251 253 278 284 290 and 505 all come here; visitors should alight at the Jingxing Road stop.