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Jinshan Jumping Stone Restarea
Taiwan

從中角之後開始沿著台二道再往石門方向前進,海岸邊散佈著大大小小的礫石,因為這裡位於大屯山的北面,早期由火山活動所噴落下來的礫石,以及後來山 崩滾落的石塊,散佈在這片海域的海崖邊,又長期經過海浪的滾動侵蝕,使得這一帶的石塊顯得渾圓,造就出一直到石門的發達礫灘,這一段長約十公里的狹窄海 濱,每年秋風一至,波濤激湧於礫石之間,千變萬化,一波一波白浪如銀成瀾,形成絕佳的海岸景色。

跳石海岸一帶,後方山坡地上的梯田,是金山著名的芋頭產地,稱為「跳石芋頭」,金山芋頭遠近馳名,而跳石芋頭可說是金山芋頭的極品,何以如此,關鍵在於當地的土壤、空氣以及水分,具有得天獨厚的條件。

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Uploaded: 19/09/2009
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