After touring the Neiwan Scenic Area make sure to visit the Houshan (rear mountain) area. The front part of Jianshi follows the crystal clear waters of the Naluo River into a rugged landscape populated by unusual rock formations; while the rear part crosses the mountain saddle to the Hou Montain (Houshan) area, where the magnificent views of the surrounding peaks await. You can also continue on to the Xiuluan Hot Springs and see the divine trees of Jianshi Township's most remote aboriginal villages; Simakusi and Zhenxibao. Towering about 50 meters high from its perch on the bank of the Youluo…

As we talk about Hualien, first image that comes up in your mind probably will be Taroko Gorge(太魯閣峽谷). With amazing canyons and cliffs, Taroko Gorge has become a must-see in Taiwan for foreigners. There are distinctive trails in Taroko National Park. Among these trails, Zhuilu Old Trail(錐麓古道) is the most famous one due to the magnificent scenery. Though the beautiful view does attract people, it's not an easy challenge if you want to visit Zhuilu Old Trail. The narrow path, physical energy required and park entry permit are the reasons that stop people for coming. Well, now you don't need to…

Well, most of the travelers who visit Taiwan will set Taitung as the destination, either for the endless view of ocean or the spontaneous scenery of the mountains. There are many famous mountains in Taitung. Among these mountains, you must put "Chiaming Lake" on your must-travel list. People who have been to Chiaming Lake say that this is one of the most WORTHWHILE trip in their life. Want to visit Chiaming Lake? There are something you need to know before you make the visit! |THE MYSTERY OF CHIAMING LAKE 少女拍📷(@l.t.y____)分享的貼文 於 PDT 2018 年 8月 月 1 日 上午 6:04…

As summer vacation comes, it's a big issue to think about where to go to spend the holiday. This place must be fun, memorable and must be COOL so that you won't be cooked by the sun heat. ReadyGo has found out a really good place that you will love it in this summer, Longdong. Cathy CHAO🇹🇼(@shinisgod)分享的貼文 於 PDT 2018 年 5月 月 13 日 上午 7:52 張貼 The origin of the name Longdong (dragon’s cave) comes from the shape of the region’s coastline, similar to the shape of a dragon lying down. Along the coastline are a series of hard,…

Taiwan is surrounded by seas and mountains. There are several kinds of people-friendly trails and climbing trails in each mountain. Want to try some exciting rock climbing trails to make a self-challenge? You can consider the following rock mountain trails. Let's see what beautiful scenery awaits our conquest! WuLiaoJian Mountain climbing trail(五寮尖登山步道) Wujianjian is a low-altitude suburb, however it is about 7 kilometers long. It takes lots of time to hike but it is full of excitement and surprises. It often depends on ropes to climb along the way. It's absolutely an ideal trail for friends who love challenges. After the…

The quadruple refers to four peaks over 3000m that can be climbed relatively easily in two days. The views are fantastic and permits are easier to get than for Snow Mountain. The four famous mountainsfrom west to east are Taoshan (桃山; 3325m), Pintian Shan (品田山; 3524m), Chryou Shan (池有山; 3303m) and Kalayeh Shan (喀拉業山; 3133m). This 10-kilometer-long ridge composed of four mountains is part of Xue Mountain Range extending northeast. The reason to name it Wuling Quadruple Mountains Trail is because this trail starts from Wuling Farm. The peach-shaped mountain, Tao Mountain, impresses every visitor by its conspicuous outlook.  Though as…

The first recorded climb of Snow Mountain was in 1915 – it was then called Mt Silvia, and is now also spelled Syueshan, Shueshan and Xueshan. Since then this sublime peak (Taiwan's second highest) has attracted teams and solo hikers from all over the world. The trail, from the ranger station trailhead in Wuling to summit, is 10.9km and takes 9½ to 11½ hours to complete (one-way). The trail to the main peak is for the most part broad and clear, and requires mere fitness rather than any technical skill (unless you are going in winter).Because of the altitude gain, and the fact…

The O stands for the circular nature of this hike (called 'Shengleng Trail' on the national park website), which begins and ends at Wuling Forest Recreation Area. It's may also describe the shape of your mouth upon seeing some of the best high-mountain scenery in the country. After a hard push on the first day to the ridgeline, you never drop below 3000m for the next four days as you reach the summit of a half-dozen peaks including grassy Chryou Shan (池有山; 3303m), crumbly Pintian Shan (品田山; 3524m), black-faced Sumida Shan(素密達山; 3517m), sublime Snow Mountain North Peak (雪山北峰; 3703m), and Snow Mountain Main Peak (雪山主峰; 3886m) on the last…