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Cycling in Taiwan is a bucket-list experience. The spectacular North Cross (East) offers cyclists amazing views that help the time in the saddle spin by.

Cycling in Taiwan – #007: North Cross (East Approach)

Alishan (No. 18) is listed as #005 of the Best Cycling Climbs of Taiwan. On this epic Taiwan cycling route, cyclists will ride amongst tea farms and past countless scenic vistas. Cyclists will ride through Alishan National Forest and towards Yushan National Park, while experiencing some of the most scenic nature and awe-spiring cycling in Taiwan.

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Cycling along the curvy highway 18 to Alishan National Forest - Best Cycling Climbs in Taiwan

#005: Alishan (No.18)

Alishan (No. 18) is listed as #005 of the Best Cycling Climbs of Taiwan. On this epic Taiwan cycling route, cyclists will ride amongst tea farms and past countless scenic vistas. Cyclists will ride through Alishan National Forest and towards Yushan National Park, while experiencing some of the most scenic nature and awe-spiring cycling in Taiwan.

#Taiwan #Adventure #cycling #TopClimbs

#004: The South Cross-Island Highway (West Approach)

The South Cross-Island Highway (West Approach) is listed as #004 of the Top 100 Cycling Climbs of Taiwan. Cyclists will ride into the heart of Taiwan and experience some of the most scenic nature and awe-spiring cycling in Taiwan.

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History of Mountaineering in Taiwan

The history of hiking and mountaineering in Taiwan is long and interesting. The story is one that every mountaineer who treks here will find both interesting and romantic. Whether you’re joining a hiking tour or trekking on your own, Taiwan offers visitors and residents more than just the spectacular adventure.

#100 – Lushan 鹿山 2,981m

Despite being the only Bai Yue under 3,000m, Lushan (鹿山), or “Deer Mountain” is often lamented by hikers as a peak that needs to only be done once.

Mt. Lushan is ranked #100 of Taiwan’s Top 100 Mountains.

#099 – Mt. Liushun 六順山 – 3,009m

Not located on any traditional hiking route, and previously graded at under 3,000m, Mt. Liushun (六順山) was the last mountain to be selected to the list of the Bai Yue.

Mt. Liushun is ranked #99 of Taiwan’s Top 100 Mountains.

#096 – Mt. Yangtou 羊頭山 – 3,033m

Located on a saw-blade shaped ridge deep in the Taroko Gorge, Mt. Yangtou (羊頭山), this “sheep’s head” shaped mountain is the birthplace of Taiwan’s Bai Yue.

Mt. Yangtou is ranked #96 of Taiwan’s Top 100 Mountains.

#095 – Mt. Guangtou 光頭山 – 3,060m

Mt. Guangtou (光頭山) is located on the North Third Section of Taiwan’s Central Mountain Range (北三段), also known as the Nenggao Andongjun Route (能高安東軍).

Mt. Guangtou is ranked #95 of Taiwan’s Top 100 Mountains.

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