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Mountaineering Trail-2019/07/23

  • Partially Open
    Trail Partially Open: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit. Please bring your approved Park Entry Permit, relevant ID, and enough cash for the entry ticket on the day of the hike. (B) The first 3.1 km (Zhuilu Suspension Bridge - Cliff (Duanya) Outpost is open; an out-and-back trek (6.2 km in total) takes about 5 - 6 hours. (C) Zhuilu Old Road is open daily from 7 AM to 6 PM; hikers are required to enter the trail between 7AM and 10 AM. (D) An entrance fee (NT200 per adult) is required, payable in cash at the entry point at the Zhuilu Suspension Bridge. (E) Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open: (A) This trail requires a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open: Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open: Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open: (A) This trail requires a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open: (A) This trail requires a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail Open: Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit. (B) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit and a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) The slope above the trail at the 0.3 km marker on the 820 Forestry Road has collapsed; the ground conditions at this section are unstable. (C) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit and a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Partially Open
    Trail open from 07:00 19 July 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit. (B) Hikers are not allowed to enter the section spanning from Shakadang Trail (Sanjianwu/Three Cabins) to Dali-Datong. (C) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit and a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit and a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit and a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Partially Open
    Trail open from 00:00 23 April 2019: (A) This trail requires a Park Entry Permit and a Mountain (Police) Entry Permit. (B) The portion of trail between Mt. Wuming and Mt. Wuming West Peak is closed to hikers. (C) Regarding the earthquake on 18 April 2019, steeply-sloping areas are prone to rockfall and landslides immediately after a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, typhoon). Please pay special attention to your surrounding conditions (e.g. rockfall, felled wood, loose or collapsed ground, flood-prone areas) and err on the side of caution.
  • Open
    Trail Open (entirety of the trail 5.5 km): Due to the recent earthquake in Xiulin Township, Hualien County (magnitude 6.1), visitors should be reminded that there may be aftershocks. There will also be continuous rain in the Park domain which amplifies the probability of landslides. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
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