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Meilunshan Trail

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Liouguei District

Clear(Liouguei District)

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    Meilunshan Trail

The trail entrance is right beside the Ciyou Temple in the Bulao Hot Spring Area of Liugui. Spanning across a distance of 5.7 kilometers, the first 4 kilometers of the trail is part of an industrial pathway for the forestry sector and features two observatories, a tea factory, a tea plantation, and a plum garden along the way. The two observatories, sitting at the 1km and 2km mark of the trail, respectively, are where visitors can take a quick break and enjoy the full view of the Bulao Hot Spring Area, the Laonong River, and mountains surrounding the region.

Visitors can appreciate the blossoming tea plants and plum trees alongside the trail during the blooming season, while immersing themselves in the pleasant floral scent. The area is also a great place to visit during weekends. Visitors can opt for a quick hike on the trail and take a hot spring bath afterward to relieve stress.

It takes four and a half hours to walk through the trail and head back to the starting point, so those not confident in their stamina can turn back after reaching the tea plantation.  

Travel info
Travel type

Camping OutingMt. climbing

Address

The entrance to the Meilunshan Trail is located on Bulao Hot Spring Street in Liouguei, beside the Qiyu Temple.

Tel

886-7-6871234

Traffic Information

The entrance to the Meilunshan Trail is located on Bulao Hot Spring Street in Liouguei, beside the Qiyu Temple.

  • Longitude/Latitude:120.68756/23.06654
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    Meilunshan Trail
    3.9 3stars 100 reviews
    王偉仲
    4stars 8 months ago

    The hiking trail is not very easy to walk. The length is about 5.7 kilometers. The slope is quite large. If you don’t have trekking poles, it will be very tiring. If you like a little challenge, you may like it. You just want to walk and need to do your best.

    王文昇
    3stars 8 months ago

    The front 3.8km walk is quite easy. You can overlook Lao Nong River on the way. The trail is quite easy to walk. Generally, you can walk to the tea garden. The back 1.5km is quite hard. If you do not have considerable physical or leg strength, it may not be suitable. , but there are fallen trees after the typhoon, which will make people feel awe of the power of nature. Such a thick trunk can also be blown, and it is really not to be underestimated.

    Ian Chung
    4stars 8 months ago

    It can be reached by navigating the Meilun Mountain Trail. The car parks at Ciyou Palace and can park about ten stations. It is 5.7 kilometers one way to the triangle point of Meilun Mountain, and the whole journey is 11.4 kilometers. It takes about two and a half hours to climb to the top and two hours to go down the mountain. It takes more energy to go uphill continuously. The front section is an easy industrial road. There is no outlook at the triangle point. There are two outlook points along the way to see the scenery down the mountain.

    張庭維
    4stars a month ago

    The relatively unpopular suburban mountains have no scenery along the way, but there are magical small-character cards to increase the entertainment of walking Climbers who walk here remember to bring trekking poles. There are many spider webs along the way. After 3.9K, the path gradually becomes steeper and is not a man-made trail. Remember to look at the cloth strips to avoid going the wrong way.

    晴鳴
    4stars 5 months ago

    The first 3.7km is a slow industrial road, 3.7-5.6km is a dirt road with fallen trees, there are climbing cloth strips along the road, the path is clear, the roadbed after the rain is relatively slippery near the last 0.5km, and it is generally easy to walk. It takes about 4-4.5 hours to go back and forth up and down the mountain. During the Qingming holiday, I met 8 groups of people.

    Last Update:2022-07-14

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