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Shihba Luohanshan

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    Shihba Luohanshan

Location: It is located at the 52km marker on Taiwan Provincial Highway No. 28, near Sinwei and midway of the six tunnels on Liouguei Rd.

Shihba Luohanshan (Eighteen Buddhist Disciples Mountain) is also known as Huoyanshan (Mountain of Flames). It is considered as one of the most beautiful spots in Liouguei District. In geological terms, the mountain is formed from a thick layer of gravel. When the gravel is permeated by water, it erodes more rapidly and may cause frequent avalanches. Downward erosion in some areas has led to alternating steep and high sections, resulting in its strange topography, which resembles eighteen figures of Buddhist disciples.

Shihba Luohanshan is a protected area that shelters many rare and wild animals. Visitors may see red-bellied squirrels, macaques, etc.

Travel info
Travel type

HikingSight seeingMt. climbingCulture research

Travel Trips

Under the bridge is a clear little stream that is suitable for water recreational activities. In addition to the sounds of insects and birds, visitors might even find footprints belonging to Taiwanese macaques!

Address

省道台27甲線,位於新威到六龜公路的6個隧道中間

Tel

886-8-7992221

Traffic Information

The intersection of the new and old paths is the beginning of Jioulong Baoshih. From there, enter the old route of Taiwan Provincial Highway No. 28. On the trip, visitors will be able to see the deep and mysterious Sixth Tunnel of Liugui.

  • Longitude/Latitude:22.94436/120.63458
  • Last Update:2019-07-18

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