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Mountain Climbing and Hiking Two Day Trips Route B

You may travel on what was once a tribal warpath, and experience the Wilderness. This is a hiking path that combines culture and history. Test the Pulaisitao Warpath for yourself and feel the footprints of history. Then, you could visit the rose tree garden and admire the elegant, beautiful figures. Finally, you can visit the Liouguei Orphanage to play with the kids and show your love and care.

  • Day 1

  • Mountain City Rose Tree Garden
  • Liouguei Dongxi Bridge
    Liouguei Dongxi Bridge

    Liouguei Dongxi Bridge is an arch bridge made of red steel located on Provincial Road 27. This bridge opened in November 2005 and replaced the old bridge. Its construction was donated by the China Steel Corporation. There are two lanes on the bridge, making it 131 meters long and 7 meters wide.

  • Baolai Visitor Center (Old Tree Square)
  • Day 2

  • Baolai
  • Pulai Stream Xitoushe War Road
    Pulai Stream Xitoushe War Road

    Baolai was originally named Pulai. Xitoushe is located where the waters divide between the Laoning Stream and Baolai Stream, and was originally inhabited by the Zou tribe. The war road is about three kilometers long and is elevated around 450-500 meters high. The amount of time it takes to walk the total distance is approximately one hour.

  • Zhulin Recreation Farm
    Zhulin Recreation Farm

    When the plum flowers blossom inside Zhulin Recreation Farm, it is as if snowflakes are falling. At the top of the garden, there is a broad view of the Laonong river gorge, cliffs, and mountains. Visitors may also overlook the highest mountain peak, the top of Mount Jade (Yushan), which is normally in the midst of an ever-changing sea of clouds.

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Last Update:2021-11-02

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