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Shelter,campground,water source
 Trailhead of Madara Creek  Trailhead of Madara Creek T97 E 269551/N 2708555
About 1,750 meters high, Trailhead Service Station of Dabajian Mountain is stationed here by the Headquarters. Before entry, it is required to apply for Mountain and Park Entry Permits in advance. Across the suspension bridge is the way toward Dabajian Mountain.
 
 Jiujiu Hut (99 Hut)
             Jiujiu Hut (99 Hut)
            T97 E 271122/N 2706979
As a significant base for mounting Daba Peaks, the 2,700-meter-high Jiujiu Hut (99 Hut) has a capacity of 300 people. It is required to apply for Mountain and Park Entry Permits first before making reservations for beds in Jiujiu Hut (99 Hut). To reserve a bed, please call to Hsinchu Forest District Office of Forestry Bureau at 886-3-5218853.
 
3050 Upland
            3050 Upland
            T97 E 272618/N 2706508
Actually 3,100 meters high, 3050 Upland is so flat as to be equipped with an apron. The water in a black pool on the low-lying grassland there is not drinkable. Drinkable water needs to be carried from Jiujiu Hut (99 Hut).
 
 Jhongba Shelter
             Jhongba Shelter
            T97 E 275475/N2706531
Lying in the west saddle of Jhonbajian Mountain, the 3,280-meter-high Jhongba Shelter has been damaged, only in bare use. Water needs to be carried from Jiujiu Hut (99 Hut), for that in black pool is not drinkable.
 
 Banan Hut  Banan Hut
            T97 E 276457/N2704988
Lying in the lowest saddle on the south ridge of Dabajian Mountain, the 3,100-meter-high Banan Hut has been damaged, only in bare use. Water is in the creek on the way toward Dabajian Mountain.
 
 Former site of Bashalayun Hut  Former site of Bashalayun Hut
            T97 E 276424/N 2704190
Having toppled over, Bashalayun Hut cannot be used any more. There is a small campground next to the mountain trail, suitable to pitch tents. Water is from the creek in Banan, or from a small pool at the south slope of the 3,240-meter-high mountain.
 
Busioulanshan Campgrounds  Busioulanshan Campgrounds
            T97 E 276425/N 2702497
The summit of Buxiulan Mountain is a campground with a capacity of only one 4-perosn tent. Besides, approximately 5-minute walk toward Pintian Mountain, there is a concave campground surrounded by dwarf bamboo forests, able to contain three 4-perosn tents. Water is in a small pool at the south slope of the 3,240-meter-high mountain.
 
 Yundaka Shelter
             Yundaka Shelter
            T97 E 276425/N 2701938
Under fir forests, Yundaka Shelter has beautiful scenes around. It takes about 60 minutes to get water in Munan Creek and back.
 
 Munan Campground
             Munan Campground
            T97 E 274811/N 2701808
Without water source, Munan Campground lies on the south leeward side of the ridge at 3,554 meters above sea level, with a capacity of three 4-person tents pitched. Water needs to be taken from Munan Creek.
 
 Syuebel Shelter
             Syuebel Shelter
            T97 E 274626/N 2700636
Without water source, Syuebei Shelter, surrounded by the gorgeous scenery, relies on a barrel inside to store water.
 
 Cuei Pond Shelter
             Cuei Pond Shelter
            T97 E 272568/N 2697729
Cuei Pond Shelter is adjacent to a broad campground and rich in water originating from Cuei Pond.
 
Last Update Date:2017-06-01
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