Les Différents parcours de randonnée autours de Taipei Vous venez d’arriver a Taïwan, et résidez actuellement à Taipei sa capitale, vous appréciez l’ambiance, le style, le côté pratique, ainsi que toutes les activités que cette ville peut vous offrir. Mais en bon amoureux de la nature ce dont vous avez besoin c’est aussi de promenade, de randonnée au coeur de la nature et des forêts. Pas d’inquietude! Taipei dispose de tout ce dont vous avez besoin en la matière. Ici  je vais vous lister 3 randonnées…Continue Reading “Randonnée et remise en forme à Taipei”

Maokong Maokong mountain is one of many mountains in Taipei. The mountain is riddled with tea houses, you can taste the tea that was grown on Maokong itself as you rest after completing a long trail. The views and wildlife will not disappoint as they are in abundance. So put on your most comfortable shoes and make your way there. Like every mountain, it is possible to go up Maokong by hiking from all the way down, but most people use the famous gondolas.  …Continue Reading “Maokong”

Amongst many things, Taipei is known for its hot weather. With temperatures very often passed 30 degrees, it is useful to know what to do under the sweltering hot sun.   First of all, any soul brave enough to go through a hot day in Taipei deserves an ice cream and what else than Ice Monster for some shaved ice. Head to Da’an district to taste their myriad of flavors; mango, strawberry, kiwi and more. Head to their website to find out more.   After…Continue Reading “What to do on a hot day in Taipei”

When I’m not living in Taipei studying Chinese, I’m an ecologist, so being outside and otherwise surrounded by nature is kind of my thing. Whenever I move to a new city, my first goal is to find my favorite parks so that I know exactly where to go when I want to sit and relax, go on a run, or have a change of scenery while I’m doing my homework. While I haven’t visited all of Taipei’s green spaces (there are at least a hundred…Continue Reading “The Outdoor Enthusiast’s Guide to Taipei”

1.Walarmi, 1 day (Nan-an – Walarmi – Nan-an)   瓦拉米線,建議1天(南安-瓦拉米-南安) 2. Walarmi, 2 days (Nan-an – Walarmi – Nan-an)   瓦拉米線,建議2天(南安-瓦拉米-南安)3 .Walarmi, 3 days (Nan-an – Walarmi – Nan-an)   瓦拉米線,建議3天(南安-瓦拉米-南安) *suggested Walarmi Routes 4.Yushan Main Peak, 2 days (Tataka – Yushan Main Peak – Tataka)   玉山主峰,建議2天 (塔塔加-玉山主峰-塔塔加)5. Yushan Front Peak, 1 day (Tataka – Yushan Front Peak – Tataka)   玉山前峰,建議1天 (塔塔加-玉山前峰-塔塔加) 6. Yushan Mountains, 2 days (Tataka – Yushan Hiking Route – Tataka)   玉山群峰,建議2天 (塔塔加-玉山群峰-塔塔加)7. Yushan Mountains, 3 days (Tataka – Yushan Hiking Route – Tataka)   玉山群峰,建議3天…Continue Reading “Route Map-Yushan National Park”

1. Mt. Qilai (奇萊主峰線)2. Qilai Mountains Area (奇萊連峰) 3. East side of Qilai (奇萊東稜) 4. Zhuilu Old Road (錐麓古道) 5. Mt. Nanhu (南湖大山線) 6. Nanhu-Zhongyangjian (南湖中央尖”北一段”) 7. Mt. Qingshui Trail (清水山) 8. Quemenguan Fault (北二段”鬼門關斷崖) 9. Mt. Shuan – Mt. Lingming (閂山鈴鳴山) 10. Mt. Shuan single attack (閂山單攻)11. Mt. Bilu single attack (畢祿山單攻)12. Mt. Yangtou (羊頭山)13. Mt. Bilu to Mt. Yangtou Longitudinal Line  (畢祿縱走羊頭)

Yushan Main Peak 玉山主峰 3Days2Nights   FactYushan Nation Park is well known for its magnificent scenery, sunrises, sunsets, geological features, and views of the clouds from above. Sea of clouds often fill the valleys. Yushan Main Peak (3952m)is the tallest peak in Taiwan and northeast Asia. Itinerary      Day 1      10:00~12:00  Taipei Main Station 台北火 車站 (gathering and have gears checked)      12:00~18:00  Taipei 台北 →Shuili水里 (dinner along the road) →Tataka 塔塔加      18:30~19:00  Setting up the tent      19:00~20:30  Dessert time      21:00~           …Continue Reading “Hiking on Yushan Main Peak”

Snow Mountain East Peak 雪山主東峰  3Days2Nights   Fact Snow Mountain is the 2nd highest peak in Taiwan. The specialty of snow mountain is that it is extremely beautiful when it is capped with snow in winter time. Also, the unique topography such as glacial cirque is an intriguing scenery for hiker. Itineray        Day 1        11:00~11:30  Meet at Chiaohsi 礁溪 Train Station/ Chiaohsi Bus Station        11:30~12:30  Lunch at your own expense (or you can chose to meet us after lunch)        13:00~17:30  Meeting point→Trailhead of Xue Mountain 雪山登山口                                (dinner…Continue Reading “Hiking on Snow Mountain East Peak”

Jiaming Meteor Lake 嘉明湖  3Days2Nights Fact It is the 2nd highest lake in Taiwan. The lake is ellipse-shaped and the water color is deep ruby blue. There is no river flows into this lake, but it never dries out in whole year.  Because it is close to sky and shape like a drop, many Taiwanese people call it “angle’s tear”. Recently it becomes a famous scenery in deep mountain side.      Itinerary        Day 1        07:10~09:55  Taipei Train Main Station→Hualien Train Station 花蓮火車站        10:00~12:00  Hualien→Chihshang…Continue Reading “Hiking on Jiaming Meteor Lake”