Enjoy some of the most picturesque hikes in Taiwan, hassle-free.
Planning a hiking trip or scaling a high mountain in a foreign country can be a daunting task, especially in a country which uses a language you're not familiar with. Accommodation, Transport, Entry Permits, Meals, Safety etc. With so many factors to consider, it can be a real hassle to plan for a hiking holiday.
So, how about leaving the planning to us, take a break from stressing over the details, and relax whilst we put together all the elements for your hiking holiday.
Duration: 1 - 4 days
Each hiking tour has a different difficulty level. Please refer to the respective tour pages as a guide on what to expect.
For hikes that are above 2,500m in elevation, we do recommend that you do regular physical training at least 2 weeks before the hike.
Jade Mountain (4D3N)
[3,952m, Highest Mountain in Taiwan]
Snow Mountain (4D3N)
[3,886m, 2nd Highest Mountain in Taiwan]
Angel’s Tears/Jiaming Lake (4D3N)
[3,310m, 2nd Highest Alpine Lake]
Hehuan Mountain (2D1N)
[3,422m, Easiest High Mountain Hike in Taiwan]
Dali Datong Aboriginal Village (2D1N)
[1,000m, Indigenous Villages in Taroko National Park]
Zhuilu Old Trail (1D)
[800m, Sky Cliff overlooking Taroko Gorge}