Mount Jade the highest point in Northeast Asia, rising almost 4,000 meters above sea level. A wide, amazingly well-engineered path underfoot for most of the climb making it maybe one of the easiest big mountain climbs in all the world. The panorama over Yushan’s eight secondary peaks and the countless other rocky mountains of the surrounding Yushan National Park provides a spectacle equal to that atop many far more famous mountains around the world.
Kaohsiung or Chaiyi hotel
These are consolidated trips to keep the pricing down but can be done with fewer people. Please inquire for pricing. Special, discounted prices available for larger groups. Please inquire for a free quotation.
Jade Mountain is Taiwan’s highest peak and there are a total of nine peaks in the range. A five-day trip would allow you to climb all eight. Generally we do this as a The front, west and north peaks are also possible to squeeze into a two-day trip
A one day ascent is possible for the fit and those with experience at altitude, but we recommend a two-day trip. A five-day trip would allow all nine peaks.
Available Monday thru Thursday. Two-day trip leaving Kaohsiung at 6 pm on the first night, camp at the trail head (2,600m) which allows for acclimatization, then on the next morning hike 8.5km to Pai Yun Lodge (3,400m) Spend the second night at the lodge before attempting the 2.5km ascent to the main peak (3,952m) for sun rise. Then, all the way down the mountain and back to Kaohsiung for dinner in the evening.
Want to go to a hotsprings after the hike? Add an option of extra day or night for $100 per person.