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Level 4-2022/07/04
  • Hehuan W. Peak Trail
    Open
    Open. Notice to all visitors: Due to frequently earthquakes and continued rain, please mind your own safety.
  • Mt. Bilu Trail
    Open
    Trail Open.
    The Mt. Bilu Day Ascent and Bilu-Yangtou traverse trails’ trailhead from 820 Forestry Road will reopen for online application starting on December, 9, 2021.

    1. Taroko National Park Headquarters has already provided an alternative route that circumnavigates a landslide at the entrance of 820 Forestry Road. For your safety, hikers are advised to not risk crossing the landslide on 820 Forestry Road.
    2. The entrances and exits of the substitute route on the higher section are explained as follows. There are relevant guided signs No. 1-25 along the way to Mt. Bilu. All hikers are advised to follow the directional signs.
    A: Go up the stairs next to Dayuling parking lot (intersection of the Provincial Highway 8 and 14A).
    B: A wooden ladder is located at 0.3 kilometers along the 820 Forestry Road.
  • Mt. Pingfeng Trail
    Open
    Trail Open.
    Mt. Pingfeng - The old route is closed. Please enter and exit via the new trailhead.

    The old mountaineering route to Mt. Pingfeng (Dayuling trailhead) has seriously collapsed in many sections and is very dangerous to hike. Starting April 6, 2022, the old route will be closed. The trailhead for the new route is at 111.2 km on Provincial Highway 8. To avoid danger, please use the new trailhead to hike Mt. Pingfeng.

    Hikers should be reminded that the probability of landslides is amplified following continuous/heavy rain. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Mt. Qingshui Trail
    Open
    open.
    Hikers should be reminded that the probability of landslides is amplified following continuous/heavy rain. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Mt. Shuan Lingming
    Open
    open.
    Hikers should be reminded that the probability of landslides is amplified following continuous/heavy rain. Please pay particular attention to your own safety.
  • Mt. Nanhu
    Open
    open
    Notice to all visitors: Due to frequently earthquakes and continued rain, please mind your own safety.