Mt. Dongjunda 東郡大山 reaches 3,617m and is located along one of the four hardest routes in Taiwan, The South Third Section (南三段) Route, is without a doubt the longest and most physically and mentally demanding.
Mt. Dongjunda is ranked #015 on the Top 100 Mountains in Taiwan.
At 3,639m, The East Peak of Mt. Nanhuda (南湖大山東峰) is located on the North First Section of Taiwan’s Central Mountain Range (北一段) and is surrounded by rocky gravel and scree, and is noticeably devoid of plant life, making it one of the rockiest peaks in the area. Still, it is technically easy and relatively safe, and is suitable for the majority of hikers.
Mt. Nanhuda is ranked #014 on the Top 100 Mountains in Taiwan.
Mt. Nanhuda (南湖大山) is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful peaks in Taiwan. In fact, not only is it one of the top 5 “Must Hike” peaks of Taiwan, it was also immortalized in Taiwan’s 2,000NT currency bill.
Mt. Nanhuda is ranked #008 on the Top 100 Mountains in Taiwan.