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Hiking
Waterfalls / / / / Waterfalls and rainbows, who doesn’t love them? High mountains with loads of natural rivers make most of Taiwan a source of continual waterfalls. The entire island hosts all types and shapes of waterfalls. Some are along roads and easy to see and access others require a short hike or an over night camping trip to […]
Hiking and Mountaineering / / Taiwan is a small island, covered by mountains. No matter where you are in this country, there is usually a mountain to climb near by. Trails are generally well maintained and well marked, all level of hikers will find Taiwan a hikers paradise. Abundant in natural flora and fauna allow photographers to capture those once […]
Yushan / / / / Situated in the central part of the island nation of Taiwan and standing at 12,966 ft. Jade mountain is one of the highest mountains in East Asia, making it a much sought after climbing destination in the region. Mount Jade is the undisputed focal point within the Yushan National Park. With panoramic views, overlapping mountains, […]
Sun Moon Lake / / / The largest freshwater body in Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake is a beautiful, picturesque mountain lake that stands at 2,454 feet (748 meters) above sea level. Located in central Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake has long been inhabited by groups of Taiwanese aboriginals, most notably the Thao tribe, who have been in the area for at least […]
Alishan / / / In the heart Taiwan, Alishan National Park is a mountainous area of natural beauty set in the hills and peaks of Chiayi County. Spanning more than 160 square miles, it covers terrain as varied as rugged mountain passes and green, lush tea plantations. The National Park encompasses four small villages which are seats of ancient […]
Eastern Taiwan/Scenic Coast / / / The East Coast of Taiwan offers some of the most spectacular coastline in Asia, as the crystal blue Pacific Ocean spreads east in endless rolling waves and to the west, the Coastal Mountain Range soars up over the road. The nearly arrow-straight Highway 11 offers perfect views and is flat enough for cycling, or just […]
Yangming Shan / / / 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 […]