If you really wish to see the majesty of Taiwan, Taroko Park is where you’ll find it. Hiking the Zhuilu Old Trail combines Taiwan’s storied history with its incomparable natural beauty. The hike is 3.1 kilometers long and reaches elevations of 500-600 meters.
The Old Zhuilu Road was an important connection between ancient Truku villages. Originally it was only 30cm wide, barely enough for two feet side by side. In 1917, the Japanese conscripted local indigenous men to expand the trail width to 1.5m. Throughout you will be surrounded by Taiwan’s famous emerald mountains populated with Taiwanese flora and fauna. Look down and you will see the mighty Liwu River, slowly carving its way through Mt. Sanjiaozhui creating the steep, imposing Fuji cliffs.
Join Uniquefun for this one-of-a-kind experience!
-Pick up transfer to Taroko visitor center
-Taroko visitor center to Zhuilu suspension bridge
-Hiking from Zhuilu suspension bridge to Badagang Police Station Relics
-Zhuilu cliff edge rest area snacks
-Return to trailhead
-Return transfer to Hualien City
Duration: 8 hours
Location: Taroko National Park, No.291, Fushi Fushi Vil., 97253 Taiwan