What to do in Taiwan: 5 Incredible Views in Taiwan You Have to Hike to See

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Yushan Main Peak

As Taiwan’s tallest mountain, Yushan ranks highly on many hikers’ bucket lists. Set within one of Taiwan’s most beautiful national parks, this mountain offers hikers some stunning scenery and a wonderful opportunity to watch the sun rise above the clouds each morning.

Yushan Main Peak, Xinyi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan

Jiaming Lake

This is the second highest mountain lake in Taiwan, and at 3,520 meters above sea level it does take quite a bit of effort to get to. The old story goes that it was created by a meteor strike, but we now know that it’s more likely that it was something to do with glacial movement. Get here at the right time and you’ll enjoy some incredible scenery and although you’ll travel with a group, the feeling of isolation is pretty amazing.

Shuiyang Forest

This seemingly dead forest landscape appeared after the deadly 921 earthquake, and to say the place is a little eerie would be an understatement. While you don’t get stunning vistas, this place is perfect for some early morning photography, especially if there’s some mist about.


Also known as Snow Mountain, you can guess how Taiwan’s second highest peak got its name. This is one of the most popular climbing and hiking destinations in Taiwan, and it’s easy to see why. The views up here are simply incredible, especially if you time it right and get to see some rare Taiwanese snow.

Tianliao Moon World

What some call the badlands, Tianliao Moon World is barren strip of hilly land that resembles, yes you’ve guessed it, the moon. It doesn’t take much hiking to get there, but if you want to get the best views you’ll need to follow the trail which includes quite a few steps. It’s a short hike, but worth it just to see that grey moonscape dotted with sparse vegetation.

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