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    No.152, Jianxing Rd., Caotun Township, Nantou County 542, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Established in 2000, the 99 Peak Nature Reserve is home to 99 individual peaks known for their badland formations, and there is a hiking trail situated within the Caotun Township of Nantou for visitors to explore the magnificence and splendor of these badlands. It is an easily accessible and well-beaten trail in the middle of a vibrant forest leading to a lookout that offers an amazing view of the distant towns such as Wufeng, Wuxi, Pinglin and Shuangdongli.

Consisting of boardwalks, industrial roads and paths of gravel, this 1930-meter-long trail will take you about an hour to complete a round trip. Much of the trail is not shaded, so a panoramic view will be granted without any obstructions. The steep valleys, exposed laterites and exceptionally sparse plant life all together make 99 Peaks even more like a lost world. Species that are endangered or native to Taiwan can also be found here, including Formosan rock monkeys, Formosan serows, Crested honey buzzards and Swinhoe's Pheasants.


Nantou - Monster Village

9hrs / 1.0day
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