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Mountain Trails

Piaodan Pool
Piaodan Pool
During the Japanese colonial era around 1915, a Japanese survey team first climbed up to and measured Main Peak of Xue Mountain along Zhijiayang Trail, which became the most convenient route for clambering up the second highest mountain in Taiwan at that time. It was East Xue Trail completed in 1970 that replaced Zhijiayang Trail as the easiest passage to Xue Mountain. Estimated 3,345 meters, Jhihjiayang Mountain possesses beautiful scenery like Piaodan Pool on the concave valley of the southeast slope or Sihjielan Creek along the trail. Huanshan Tribe inhabited by Atayal indigenous people is also a beautiful and historically significant hometown, worth a 3- to 4-day visit in which Zhijiayang Trail will give each visitor an unforgettable memory.
Route Planning
Day 1 Lishan or Yilan* Huanshan Tribe
 Day 2 Huanshan Tribe  50min* Songbo Farm  70min* Trailhead 
 150min*Sailiangjiou Campground  100min* Piaodan Hut
 Day 3 Piaodan Hut  60min* Jhihjiayang Mountain  200min*
former site of Syueshan Cabin  210min*
Main Peak of Xue Mountain  140min* Sanliujiu Hut (369 Hut)
 Day 4 Sanliujiu Hut (369 Hut)  40min* East Peak of Xue Mountain  155min* Qika Hut  50min* Trailhead of Xue Mountain*return trip by car
Last Update Date:2017-06-01
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