Emei Mountain's hot springs are a great place to soak up the some sunshine and take in the scenery.
Many people visit the springs for the health benefits. The mountain offers two kinds of hot springs: radon springs, which are rich in trace elements; and sulfur springs, which contain boric acid, hydrogen sulfide, fluoride, strontium, radium and other healing minerals.
Lingxiu Hot Spring
This spring located at Lingxiu Lake is China's largest outdoor radon hot spring. It also claims to be China's first radon hot spring.
Hongzhu Forest Hot Spring
This spring is located inside of Hongzhu Mountain Hotel and is built into the mountain. More than 20 pools are scattered throughout this natural oxygen bar. Many workers come here to relax after a long day in the office.
Yoga Zen Hot Spring
This hot spring gets its name from the Yoga river that runs past its front door. As its name suggests, yoga is a suitable activity to indulge with here, where the sound from nearby Baoguosi Temple can be heard.