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Between Yu Shan Main Peak and N-Peak
Taiwan

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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Taken: 21/10/2012
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