Yangming Shan National Park is located in northern Taipei City, and easily accessible from downtown. The National Park is famous for its cherry blossoms, hot springs, sulfur deposits, fumaroles and hiking trails, including Taiwan’s tallest dormant volcano, Seven Star Mountain.
Ranging in elevation from 200 mts to 1200 mts and abundant in beautiful landscapes such as ridges, valleys, lakes, waterfalls and basins. The Yangmingshan National Park also includes 3 ecological protected areas, Lujiaokeng, Dream Lake and Huangzuishan and each one has its own unique features. Lujiaokeng is an ancient trail at the end of which there is a huge waterfall. Dream lake is a shallow lake the foot of seven star mountain, the highest in the park and Huangzuishan is a former volcano whose ancient, volcanic crater can still be seen today.
Ranging in elevation from 200 mts to 1200 mts and abundant in beautiful landscapes such as ridges, valleys, lakes, waterfalls and basins.
With its growth as a centre for sulphur mining in northern Taiwan, many Han Chinese such as the Hoklo from Fujian and the Hakka began moving to the area to cultivate tea plantations and other agricultural products, and today, wide-scale agriculture has been replaced by more boutique-style agriculture with a tourism focus, such as the Calla lilies at Zhuzihu.