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    No.151, Taiping Ln., Xinyi Township, Nantou County 556, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

An altitude of 3,952 meters above sea level makes Yushan, also known as Mt. Jade, the highest peak in Taiwan. It serves not only as the sacred mountain of both Bunun and Zhou tribes but also as one of the Five Great Mountains together with Snow Mountain, Xiuguluan Mountain, Nanhu Mountain and North Dawu Mountain. Visitors will delight in the vibrant and ever-changing landscapes painted by all four glorious seasons. The sight of azaleas blooming serves as a sign that spring is here; you will be standing above a sea of clouds in summer; the landscape celebrates autumn by suddenly erupting into a blanket of oxeye daisy flowers; the mountain tops will be capped with snow in winter — Yushan is literally a paradise all year round regardless of the season!

Yushan National Park was established in 1985, whose top destinations include New Central Cross-Island Highway, Tataka, Pantounkua and Nanxi Logging Trail. Besides its magnificent backdrop, Yushan is also home to a wealth of species from alpine plants, birds, butterflies to muntjac deer and Formosan rock monkeys. For those who are interested in the historical and cultural side, the Temple of the Mountain God, Batongguan Old Trail and Bunun tribes won’t disappoint. Many local enthusiasts spend their whole lives trying to climb over every one of the 100 iconic peaks soaring over 3,000 meters in Taiwan, and Yushan always comes to the top of the list. Most hikers will take the Tataka Anbu/Saddle route to reach the summit. However, due to the sheer popularity of Yushan, hiking to the top is never more difficult than getting a bed to stay the night at the only accommodation (Paiyun Lodge) available inside the national park.


  • The most popular period of climbing Yushan is in summer and autumn (June to November), but most crowded as well. The number of visitors are limited and the chance to get the permit is very low by lottery. Therefore, we highly suggest you to do this hike between Monday and Thursday to get permits from National Park through foreigner-advanced application process. Then your will have a higher chance to get the permits.
  • The cost of 2D2N Yushan Main Peak Hiking Tour Package is from TWD15000 per person (private Tour with at least 4 persons), including transportation between Taipei and Yushan hiking trailhead, professional hiking guide (proportional to the group size), Insurance (Accident insurance of TWD 2 million and medical insurance of TWD100,000), accommodation in Dongpu and Paiyun Lodge, permit application for national park and police station and meals (Day1: Breakfast & Dinner / Day2: Breakfast & Brunch). the cost doesn't include meals (Day0: Dinner, Day1: Lunch and Day2: Lunch & Dinner). Day1&2 Lunch should be prepared by yourself. We will bring you to some shops to buy them on the way, certificate of climbing Yushan issued by Yushan National Park (TWD300) and any additional charges of accident or medical treatment caused by high altitude sickness or personal disease
  • If you would like to lower the load of backpack, you can hire additional porter with TWD11000 each (up to 25kg).
  • People with heart disease (heart disorder or heart attack..etc), chronic disease or pregnancy, please do not take this tour.

Yushan - 2D2N Hiking Tour

60hrs / 2.5day
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