HD Gentle Trekking in Taroko National Park


| May 15, 2020

Explore Taroko National Park beyond the main highway, via a number of walking trails that wind through the gorge passing small shrines, temples and rock formations. There are eight different routes, covering between 2-8km, with varying degrees of difficulty and steepness. Along all the trails there are a variety of trees, flowers and butterflies, and various bird species can be spotted such as Swinhoe's pheasant, the Formosan blue magpie and the Formosan laughing thrush. There are also 34 species of mammals found in the park, including the black bear, Formosan macaque (a type of monkey), serow (small antelopes), wild boar, and sambar deer, but these are much less frequently seen.

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