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Scenic Trail-2020/01/19

  • Open
    Trail Open: Visitors should be reminded that the probability of landslides is amplified following continuous/heavy rain. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Partially Open
    Partially Open Daqishui and Chongde North Opening restrooms (on Provincial Highway 9) will be under renovation from 16 October 2019 to 22 January 2020 (before Chinese New Year). There will be restrooms provided temporarily for tourists. Visitors should be reminded that the probability of landslides is amplified following continuous/heavy rain. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open
  • Open
    Trail Open
  • Partially Open
    Trail Partially Open: (1) The Buluowan Upper Terrace Trail and the Buluowan Lower Terrace - Meander Core Trail are open. (2) Buluowan - Swallow Grotto(Yanzikou) Trail (600 m from Buluowan to Provincial Highway 8) is temporarily closed, due to construction on the Shanyue Suspension Bridge.
  • Closed
    Taroko- Swallow Grotto Trail Temporarily Closed for Rockfall Prevention Shelters from December 26th 2019 to January 22th 2020 To improve Park Swallow Grotto trail safety, Taroko National Park Headquarters has scheduled land/rockslide prevention shelters from December 26th 2019 to January 22th 2020 on Yanzikou (Swallow Grotto) trail. Therefore, these trails will be temporarily closed will be implemented. Please take note and abide by these control measures. Taroko National Park Headquarters suggest that tourists are advised to choose to tour the Tunnel of Nine Turns (Jiuqudong) trail instead. In the case of inclement weather, the above construction periods may be altered or postponed; if so, the Park Headquarters will announce any changes on this website.
  • Open
    Trail Open: Due to the continued rain, please pay extra attention to safety.
  • Partially Open
    Trail Partially Open: Lushui trailhead opens to 500 meter; Heliu trailhead opens to 1 km point. For the above trail section, please take the same route back. The trail cliff section is closed. Please do NOT enter for safety.
  • Open
    open: (A) Please enter the Tunnel at km 168.6 on the Provincial Highway 8 (Baiyan trail is about 2.1 km/1.5-2 hrs from the trailhead to Shuilian Tunnel (Water Curtain Cave). Please take the same route back. (B) There are no public toilets on this trail; visitors are able to find public facilities at the Baiyang Parking Lot or Tianxiang Recreation Area. There is a risk of rockfall on this trail. Please pay particular attention to your own safety, and consider bringing a hard hat (borrowable at Xipan Service Station at 179.3 km on Provincial Highway 8 at no cost) and a flashlight and a rain gear for tunnels along this trail.
  • Open
    open: Visitors should be reminded that the probability of landslides is amplified following continuous/heavy rain. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
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