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Tiger to Elephant Mountain via Jiuwufeng

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Xinyi, Taipei City, Taiwan

Tiger to Elephant Mountain via Jiuwufeng is a 2.9 mile point-to-point trail located near Xinyi, Taipei City, Taiwan that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Distance: 2.9 miles Elevation Gain: 1,003 feet Route Type: Point to Point

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

partially paved

views

wild flowers

wildlife

city walk

hiking
9 months ago

The view is amazing. But careful when you get to Tigermountain. The trail is covered in bushes and it requires serious climbing. It is also not well maintained, with robes missing. Not recommended in particular after rain.

Fri Mar 01 2019

It's a nice hike with some tough short climbing parts. But the view over the city is amazing.

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muddy
rocky
Wed Feb 27 2019

Great hike. VERY steep sections with ropes at the top of tiger mountain

hiking
Wed Feb 06 2019

As with most hiking trails near Taipei, this trail has many, many steep stairs. This trail is mostly paved so the hiking is relatively easy (except for climbing the stairs). About 20% is off the paved trails. These turn off the pavement onto smaller, steeper trials. Where the trails steepens, there are stepping stones to assist with footing. Unfortunately, the stones are covered with moss, causing them to be slippery. Occasionally, these trails are exposed to steep drop-offs. So care but be given, especially when coming down. These trails may be considered moderate in difficulty. There is one section that I would consider particularly challenging. It has switchbacks with each one steeper than the previous one. The final two are extremely difficult, with the last one almost a vertical climb. This section has ropes to assist with footholds cut into the boulders. This section would be difficult. Bring plenty of water. Wear shoes with good traction. Be sure to bring the map on a device with connectivity. The trail branches off the main trail many times and if you don't have your location marked on the AllTrails map, then it is easy to miss a turn off. Over all, a good hike. Would have enjoyed more if there were less paved trails.

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2 months ago

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4 months ago

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7 months ago

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Fri Mar 08 2019

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Wed Aug 29 2018