Hehuan Mountain

There are more than 260 high mountains in Taiwan, over 3,000 meters above sea level. Taiwan has the highest density of high mountains in the world.


Among the two hundred mountains, there are 100 more suitable for climbing. Each one of them became a high mountain system, collectively dubbed the "100 Peaks" by mountain-climbing lovers in Taiwan.


While some of the highest peaks require considerable time and effort to reach, there is one place on the island that gives an instant overview of what Taiwan's mountains have to offer. Mt. Hehuan, despite its altitude of more than 3,000 meters, is the only mountain among the One Hundred Peaks that you can get to by road, making access very convenient.


It is the best place to see snow in the tropics and escape from the summer heat. In as little as one day, you can travel the highest road in East Asia and take the many hiking paths that lead off the main road. These are usually short and always safe. Mt. Hehuan, Taiwan's "tourist mountain," rivals the island's other high peaks in scenery and atmosphere, yet it is easily reachable by car or on foot.

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