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Between Yu Shan Main Peak and N-Peak

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Mid point between Yu Shan main peak and N-peak. The distance two peaks is 2.4km. Usually needs 2.5hr hike for heavy backpacker. The N-peak weather station is NOT open to the public. So hiker may not stay there for overnight.

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A: Yu Shan (Jade Mountain)

di Hay Me, 930 metri di distanza

Yu Shan (Jade Mountain) is the highest mountain in Taiwan - 3952 meters above the sea level. Plan for...

Yu Shan (Jade Mountain)

B: Central Weather Bureau Yu Shan N-Peak weahter observation station

di Hay Me, 1.1 km di distanza

This is the central weather bureau weather station at Yu-Shan N-peak 3858m height. It is also the hig...

Central Weather Bureau Yu Shan N-Peak weahter observation station

C: Yu Shan N-Peak helicopter landing spot

di Hay Me, 1.3 km di distanza

This is a helicopter landing spot by the Yu-Shan N-peak weather station. It is the highest heli landi...

Yu Shan N-Peak helicopter landing spot

D: Yu Shan weather station old office

di Hay Me, 1.4 km di distanza

Initially, the Yu shan observation ground and offce were at two different spots. The observation grou...

Yu Shan weather station old office

E: Yu Shan north-north peak

di Hay Me, 1.5 km di distanza

Yu Shan north-north peak is located at the north of Yu-Shan N-Peak. It is the reidge extension from N...

Yu Shan north-north peak

F: Alishan Sunrise View Platform(阿里山祝山觀日平台)

di wongchichuen, 14.2 km di distanza

 The Alishan National Scenic Area is a mountain resort and natural preserve located in the mountains ...

Alishan Sunrise View Platform(阿里山祝山觀日平台)

G: Alishan National Scenic Area

di Jerry Max, 15.1 km di distanza

     What is AliShan famous for? It's famous for its sunrises on a sea of clouds, AliShan Forest Rail...

Alishan National Scenic Area

H: students

di Tang domys, 24.5 km di distanza

students

I: 南投信義鄉阿肥天空農場

di BV4PH, 27.5 km di distanza

南投信義鄉阿肥天空農場,30甲的農地海拔800公尺,露營的好場地,也是葡萄,梅子產地

南投信義鄉阿肥天空農場

J: Neihu Elementary School 3

di Kuo-Yao-Tsung, 31.8 km di distanza

Neihu Elementary School 3

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Text by Steve Smith.

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