#047 – Mt. Danda 丹大山 – 3,329m

Steeped in aboriginal culture and history, at 3,329m, Mt. Danda (丹大山) is located in one of the most remote and complex mountain areas in Taiwan.

Located directly along the Central Mountain Range (中央山脈), this peak lies directly along the spine of Taiwan and is the first Bai Yue hiked (as a side trip) on the notoriously difficult South Third Section (南三段).

Hiking in Taiwan can take you to some very remote destinations. This peak is located in the farthest and deepest mountain area in Taiwan, where Taiwan’s Bunan (布農族) aboriginal group had the Danda Tribe (丹社群) living as far back as the 17th century.

If you are looking for one of the most isolated, pristine, longest routes in Taiwan, look no further than the South Third Section (南三段), and be sure not to miss your side trip out to Mt. Danda.

Resources for hiking Mt. Danda 丹大山:

  • Check the South Third Section (南三段), please click here. (Coming Soon)

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