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Challenging the Highest Road in Taiwan Wuling Grade:2

  • Path Length 128km
  • Ideal for LOHAS Athletes
  • Grade Sporty
  • Battle the king of mountains and climb to the highest point on any road in Taiwan, 3275 meters.

Travel Daily Information

Set off from Hualien train station.

Prepare the bike, set off
1. Cycle along County Road 193 to Qixingtan
2. Ride slowly through Taroko Gorge
3. Get ready for the big climb tomorrow


Recommended Scenic Spots

Qixingtan Scenic Area
Qixingtan Scenic Area
  • No.17, Fuqian Rd., Hualien City, Hualien County 970, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
  • 886-3-8230751
Located on the northeast beach of Xincheng Town, Qixingtan is the only county level scenic area in Hualien. Besides the crescent bay and clear blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, the beach is full of colorful agates that are easily found and appreciated. Qixingtan used to be a small fishing village. Due to its abundant natural beauty, multiple scenic trails, beach pavilions, pagodas, and Star-Gazing Square, Qixingtan has become a popular tourist destination, particularly known for its remarkably blue sky and turquoise seas. Qixingtan beach is the best place to watch the moon and the stars, or simply meditate as you are soothed by the sound of the ocean waves washing over the pebbles. Qixingtan Scenic Area read more
Taroko National Park
Taroko National Park
  • Taroko National Park 291, Fushi Village, Xiulin Township 97253 Hualien County Taiwan(R.O.C.)
  • 886-3-8621100#6
When Taroko National Park was established on November 28, l986, it was of special significance for the environmental protection movement in Taiwan: it showed that both the public and the government agencies had realized that against the background of the nation's four decades of extraordinary economic success, serious damage was being done to its natural resources.
According to the National Park Act of the Republic of China (passed in l972), parks are established to protect the natural scenery, historic relics and wildlife; to conserve natural resources; and to facilitate scientific research and promote environmental education. Taroko National Park read more